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OPINION Jul. 27
Speed Bump By Dave Coverly
SPORTS Jul. 26
Big ninth-inning gives Campesinos victory over Mavericks
With the score tied 4-4 in the top of the ninth, the Campesinos rallied for five runs in the final frame to defeat the Mavericks by a score of 9-4 on Friday, July 23.
OPINION Jul. 26
Caption It! By Steve Breen
COMMUNITY Jul. 26
Cat of the Week
Cat of the week is at Salem Friends of Felines located on 4157 Cherry Avenue, Keizer.
OPINION Jul. 25
National Night Out is Aug. 3
COMMUNITY Jul. 24
KCL's summer book sale to be held in August
The summer book sale for the Keizer Community Library will be on Friday, Aug. 6, and Saturday, Aug. 7. Proceeds from the book sales raises funds for the library.
COMMUNITY Jul. 23
Schrader welcomes Indian Boarding School initiative
U.S. Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland announced a Federal Indian Boarding School Initiative in-order to locate possible burial grounds to guide future site work. Congressman Kurt Schrader is on board with the new Initiative.
COMMUNITY Jul. 23
Countryside hosting weekend garage sale
A garage sale will be on Saturday, July 24 at the Countryside Christian Church in Keizer. They will also be holding a raffle.
COMMUNITY Jul. 23
Bridgeway welcomes new behavioral health director
Carlos O. Texidor Maldonado shares some of his journey to becoming part of Bridgeway Recovery Services as the new Director of Behavioral Health.
OPINION Jul. 23
Loki is latest success in MCU series
T.J. Reid gives his thoughts on the new Disney+ show
COMMUNITY Jul. 22
Big machines stir to life at Great Oregon Steam-Up
The Steam-Up runs 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday the next two weekends – July 24-25 and July 31-Aug. 1 at Power Heritage Park. Ticket information is available at www.antiquepowerland.com.
FIRE Jul. 22
KFD battles Bootleg, plus additional fires
After enduring one of the worst fire seasons in state history last summer, Keizer Fire District (KFD) has already provided assistance with several intense wildfires that have occurred throughout Oregon.
POLICE Jul. 22
Council invests in new hybrid vehicles for KPD
The Keizer City Council approved $20,000 to go towards a pair of 2022 Ford Intercepter hybrid police vehicles for the Keizer Police Department at their meeting on Monday, July 19.
COMMUNITY Jul. 21
In-person community dinner returns to St. Edwards
For the first time in a more than year the Keizer Community Dinner will be an in-person, sit down meal on Wednesday, July 28, from 5 to 7 p.m.
SPORTS Jul. 21
Hunter makes her return to Oregon State
After spending time as an assistant coach at McNary and the University of San Diego, Hunter was officially named an assistant coach with the Oregon State women’s program last month.
COMMUNITY Jul. 21
Bonjour: French camp comes to McNary
The French Language and Culture Camp has been available at West Salem High School every summer but this year was brought to McNary High School.
COMMUNITY Jul. 20
KT on vacation
COMMUNITY Jul. 20
Register now for National Night Out
August 3rd is National Night Out which is a time for members of every community to get together and celebrate connections with neighbors and law enforcement. Parties who want local authorities to stop by must register their party by July 28.
COMMUNITY Jul. 19
Laughing together again; Stand-ups deliver doses of the best medicine at cultural center
Stand-up comedy acts returned to the Keizer Cultural Center stage for a live audience. The next show will be on July 22.
BOOK REVIEW Jul. 19
Book review: "Battle for the Big Top"
Terri Schlichenmeyer leaves her review of "Battle for the Big Top" by Les Standiford.
COMMUNITY Jul. 19
Capitol building reopens, tours resume Monday
Oregon's Capital is opening back up to the public. Guided tours will resume on Monday, July 19.
SPORTS Jul. 19
Seventh-inning rally puts Volcanoes over the top
With the score tied 2-2, the Volcanoes erupted for six runs in the bottom of the seventh in route to their 8-5 victory over the Mavericks on Friday, July 16.
COMMUNITY Jul. 18
A long (at times, very strange) ride on Cherriots board
Colleen Busch planned to run for the fire board in 2015 but was instead directed to the Cherriots board. However, things changed for Busch when she was elected to join the fire board last month.
COMMUNITY Jul. 17
Magic and science at MHS
Multiple camp programs are being held throughout the Salem-Keizer School District including the Science-Magic Design Camp.
COMMUNITY Jul. 17
Traveling tuba visits Uptown
The Salem Symphonic Winds joined with the Marion Polk Food Share to help feed the hungry and to support music performances. The first concert is on Aug. 15 at Youngberg Hill Winery.
NEWS Jul. 17
Chamber installs board
New Keizer Chamber board officers and directors installed
NEWS Jul. 17
Oregon State Fair returns, tickets on sale now
The Oregon State Fair will open at full capacity on Friday, August 27 through Monday, Sept. 6. Tickets are on sale now.
FreeOBITUARY Jul. 17
Martha V. Richardson. December 19, 1931 – July 8, 2021
COMMUNITY Jul. 17
Spreading the word - via T-shirt
Debra Flowers got custom tie-dye T-shirts made with the word "Vaccinated" on the front in order to encourage other members in the community to get their COVID-19 vaccine.
OPINION Jul. 17
Speed Bump By Dave Coverly
COMMUNITY Jul. 16
Curtains fall on KHT's Shakespeare Abridged
The final shows for Keizer Homegrown Theatre's production of The Complete Works of Williams Shakespeare is on Friday, July 16, and Saturday, July 17. Tickets can be purchased online.
COMMUNITY Jul. 16
Patience will restore sun-fried plants
The heat wave caused a lot of damage to plants and flowers, but there is still a chance to save them.
NEWS Jul. 16
Ancient aquifer keeps city hydrated
There has been a chlorine treatment shortage in Oregon but officials currently say that Keizer doesn't need to worry due to the water already being clean. If concerns arise, Keizer Public Works will notify the public.
NEWS Jul. 16
Police calls July 4 - July 11
COMMUNITY Jul. 16
Plant sale supports parks conservancy
The Mission Street Parks Conservancy is hosting a plant sale on Friday, July 16, and Saturday, July 17 at Bush's Pasture Park. All proceeds benefit the conservancy.
OPINION Jul. 16
Caption It! By Steve Breen
COMMUNITY Jul. 16
Cat of the Week
Cat of the week at Salem Friends of Felines located on 4157 Cherry Avenue, Keizer.
SPORTS Jul. 14
Mavericks League Recaps: Volcanoes, Mavericks earn series victories
SPORTS Jul. 14
Game-winner from Markantonatos puts Mavericks over the top
With the game tied at 5-5 in the bottom of the ninth, Nick Markantonatos launched a two-run blast over the right field wall to give the Mavericks the 7-5 victory over the Senators.
SPORTS Jul. 13
Keizer Cal Ripken 12U team wins state title
The Keizer Cal Ripken 12U squad defeated Lakeridge 10-7 in the state championship game on Saturday, July 10. Keizer will advance to the regional tournament in Moscow, Ida., which takes place July 21-25.
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