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Mar 4 2019 thru Mar 10 2019

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SPORTS Mar. 7
Lady Celts receive all-conference awards
Not to be outdone by their male counterparts, the McNary girls basketball program also scooped up four all-conference honors.
SPORTS Mar. 7
McNary set to introduce new Hall of Fame class
McNary's Athletic Hall of Fame is being revived and honoring new inductees next week.
OPINION (SPORTS) Mar. 7
Parents: Going to your kids’ games matters
Keizertimes' associate editor weighs in on what it meant having his parents in the stands throughout his athletic career.
SPORTS Mar. 7
Celts no match for Tigard
The McNary High School girls got routed in the first round of the playoffs by the second-ranked team in the state.
SPORTS Mar. 7
McNary falls flat in playoff opener
Weather delays took a toll on the McNary High School boys as they entered the state playoffs. The season ended on a sour note, but the boys have much to take pride in.
SCHOOLS Mar. 7
Teacher turns passion into after school club
A Weddle Elementary School teacher is turning his passion for martial arts into a club that draws a slew of participants.
COMMUNITY Mar. 7
Poetry Out Loud finals in Salem Saturday
Students from around the state are competing in poetry performance at the Salem Public Library Saturday.
COMMUNITY Mar. 7
Avenue Q headed to Salem
Enlightened Theatrics is bringing Broadway darling Avenue Q to Salem this month.
SCHOOLS Mar. 7
‘No Drama Lllama’ is spirit guide for WMS kindness
Whiteaker Middle School got a visit from Caesar the No Drama Llama as part of its annual Kindness Week. Click the link for more pictures.
NO ADULTS Mar. 7
No Adults Allowed: Fun (and weird) facts about Oregon
The country's deepest lake, largest sea cave and tallest barber pole are all located in Oregon.
NO ADULTS Mar. 7
It’s on the books: Oregon's Crazy Laws
No Adults Allowed: A sampling of some crazy laws throughout the state.
NO ADULTS Mar. 7
Vortex is Oregon at its strangest
No Adults Allowed: One of Oregon's weirdest attractions will throw off your perceptions of reality.
COMMUNITY Mar. 7
City Hall clean-up March 16
Volunteers needed for the annual clean-up at the Keizer Civic Center.
BUSINESS Mar. 7
Classic Homes’ next playhouse will benefit Satellite Gaming
Remodeling by Classic homes next fundraiser - a raffle for a playhouse - will support a local organization offering after school video gaming clubs.
NEWS Mar. 7
Leagues, city could spin off park mgmt.
The Keizer Little League Park Long Range Planning Task Force unveiled the beginnings of a proposal to transfer management of the complex to a new Keizer Baseball and Softball Complex Foundation.
BUSINESS Mar. 7
Merchant’s quiet voice belies his large heart
Merchant of the Year Kyle Juran is a fixture in the business community and elsewhere. He uses his know-how and expertise to support a variety of needs.
NEWS Mar. 7
Man dies in mobile home fire
A Keizer man perished in a home fire on Sunday, March 3. A neighbor rescued his wife.
EVENTS Mar. 7
CALENDAR
OPINION Mar. 7
UGB: What do the farmers say?
OPINION Mar. 7
Tap brakes on legislative agenda
OPINION Mar. 7
No grand case against Trump shown
OPINION Mar. 7
The ‘isms’ that define U.S. history
SCHOOLS Mar. 5
WMS mentor earns regional recognition
Whiteaker Instructional Mentor Matt Hurst was recently honored as the 2019 Outstanding Technology Educator of the Year by the Northwest Council for Computer Education.
FIRE Mar. 4
One dead in mobile home fire (updated)
A fire in a Keizer mobile home park claimed the life of a 62-year-old man Sunday, March 3.

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