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Feb 25 2019 thru Mar 3 2019

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SPORTS Mar. 1
McNary falls flat in playoff opener
Once you enter the postseason, it's crucial to bring your A-game, especially when playing on the road.
OPINION Feb. 28
The photos we won't show you
NEWS Feb. 28
City to form charter review committee
A first step toward removing anti-LGBTQ language in city's founding document.
NO ADULTS ALLOWED Feb. 28
Ready to be (Capt.) Marvel-ed?
OPINION Feb. 28
Four weeks in, major bills getting play
CITY Feb. 28
Police Scanner
CITY Feb. 28
TRAFFIC COURT
NEWS Feb. 28
New community journalist joins the Keizertimes
Hunter Bomar, a Keizer native, has joined the staff of the Keizertimes as a community reporter with emphasis on community events and local businesses.
NO ADULTS ALLOWED Feb. 28
Fun Facts
FIRE DISTRICT Feb. 28
Fire board adds two new faces to budget committee
3 applied for 2 vacancies
COMMUNITY Feb. 28
Pastor finds brotherhood in mentoring
SPORTS Feb. 28
McNary falls just short against South Salem
Back on Jan. 31, the McNary boys basketball pulled off the upset of the year in the Mountain Valley Conference, knocking off second-ranked South Salem 59-57 — giving the Saxons their only league defeat of the year. However, the Celtics couldn’t recreate the magic on senior night.
SPORTS Feb. 28
Volcanoes make return to KYKN
Mitche Graf, the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes president of business operations, announced at the organization’s winter sports banquet on Feb. 7 that the team has entered a new multi-year radio partnership with 1430 KYKN, returning Volcanoes games to the station after an absence of more than a decade.
SPORTS Feb. 28
Keizer athletes place second at national tourney
The North Pacific Juniors (NPJ) 14U Salem National club volleyball team got the opportunity to compete at the Triple Crown Volleyball Tournament in Kansas City, MO., on Feb. 16-18.
SPORTS Feb. 28
McNary bowlers pull off upset at state tournament
The McNary girls bowling team competed in the state tournament over the weekend (Feb. 23-24) and pulled off a major upset in the first round.
SPORTS Feb. 28
Celtics can’t overcome poor fourth quarter
For three quarters, the McNary girls basketball team practically played even with South Salem — who won the Mountain Valley Conference regular season title. However, a poor performance in the final eight minutes doomed the Celtics down the stretch on senior night.
SPORTS Feb. 28
Parra and Burrows represent McNary at state
After each placing third in their respective divisions at the Mountain Valley Conference District Tournament, both Grady Burrows and Gilbert Parra were thrilled to be representing McNary High School at the state wrestling meet — which took place at Memorial Coliseum on Feb. 22-23.
SPORTS Feb. 28
ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Grady Burrows
OPINION Feb. 28
Choose River Road options wisely
OPINION Feb. 28
Will the real Post please stand up?
OPINION Feb. 28
Debate over ISIS bride
SCHOOL Feb. 28
Amid dissent, school board approves Salem urban renewal
The Salem-Keizer School Board on Tuesday approved a request from the city of Salem to support tax exemptions for a downtown urban renewal project.
RECREATION Feb. 28
St. Louis ponds now open
SCHOOLS Feb. 28
School budget commitee plans way forward
NEWS Feb. 28
On current path, new Keizer families will have limited space
If Keizer attempted to absorb all of its projected growth within the existing city boundaries, the next 3,800 families moving into new, single family homes would be placed on one-tenth of an acre each , roughly 5,100 square feet.
NEWS Feb. 28
City staff levels on deck as major council goal
Revising and updating the city charter, beginning a new parks master plan, expanding the youth council program, continued outreach and engagement and beginning a conversation about long-term city staffing will be the top goals for the Keizer City Council for the next two years.
PHOTO Feb. 27
Snow reverie
NEWS Feb. 27
Traffic signal coming to transit center
After operating the Keizer Transit Center (KTC) for more than five years with only right-in /right-out access only, the KTC is about to get a new traffic signal to allow for right or left turn access in and out of the property.
NEWS Feb. 25
Cherriots could dramatically reduce youth fares
Cherriots' board of directors will consider reducing youth fares at its meeting Thursday, Feb. 24. Public comment on the proposal is welcomed.
EVENTS Feb. 25
40 days for life hosts kickoff rally
40 Days For Life will host a kickoff rally for their 40 day fast and prayer to end abortion in Salem on Sunday, March 3.
SCHOOLS Feb. 25
Chemeketa hosts VEX robotics state finale
Chemeketa Community College will host the VEX Robotics State finale on Friday, March 8 and Saturday, March 9.
EVENTS Feb. 25
Annual Brooks breakfast
MCFD volunteer firefighters foundation will hold annual Brooks breakfast Saturday, March 9 and Sunday, March 10.

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