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‘It was really difficult to say goodbye.’
Long-time Keizer veterinarian, Kim Girouard, moves onto retired life.
SPORTS April 25
McNary gets victory over McKay in first home meet
SPORTS April 25
Celtics outlast West Albany
Kendyl Jennings led the Celtics with six goals as McNary’s girls lacrosse team was able to pull away late to earn the 13-9 victory over West Albany on Tuesday night.
SPORTS April 25
McNary shows improvement in dual meet with West Salem
West Salem defeated McNary 92-53 on the boys side and 112-29 on the girls side on Wednesday, April 17. But that didn’t stop the Celtics from coming away with a number of season and personal records.
SPORTS April 25
McNary drops two to South Salem
The McNary baseball team dropped a pair of games to South Salem last week, falling to the Saxons 3-1 on Wednesday, April 17, and losing the following day by a score of 12-6.
SPORTS April 25
McNary’s bats come alive in victory
The Celtics pushed across 12 runs on 19 hits as they cruised to the 12-5 victory over West Salem on Monday night.
BRIEF April 22
Tony's Kingdom of Comic's 12th annual free comic book day
Tony's Kingdom of Comics will host their 12th annual free comic book day starting at 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 4. The event will have professional costume groups, Caesar the No Drama Lama, an auction for Magic Wheelchair, and more.
BRIEF April 22
Four businesses create one-stop shop for media services
Four collaborative businesses have moved into the same building in Keizer's Baker Plaza to provide media and marketing services for local businesses and customers.
BRIEF April 22
Cinco de micro brewfest held at Salem Convention Center
The eighth annual Cinco de Micro Brewfest will be held at the Salem Convention Center and will include over 100 different beers and ciders on tap, as well as music entertainment and opportunities to try hard to find spring release brews.
KPD drug takeback planned April 27
Turn in unwanted prescription medications at a Keizer Police Department event at Schoolhouse Square.
NEWS April 19
UT zone hearing continued again
Changes to the city's Urban Transition zones consumed much of the April meeting of the Keizer Planning Commission. The city is attempting to do away with certain permits currently required to change such properties while ensuring future, denser development remains a possibility.
NEWS April 19
COURTS: City can take steps to protect mobile home owners
As renters in manufactured home parks grow concerned about spikes in rent, Oregon courts have said cities can take action to protect such spaces in efforts to preserve affordable housing.
NEWS April 19
City will re-examine caretaker role at KRP
The Keizer City Council requests more information before making a decision to turn a home in Keizer Rapids Park into a rental property or reinstate a caretaker program that ended last year.
NEWS April 19
Parks board backs new look at park host
The parks board calls on the city council to reassess its decision to cut a caretaker program at Keizer Rapids Park.
NEWS April 19
Police calls: April 8 - April 14
The weekly round-up of calls for police services in Keizer.
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