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Mar 18 2019 thru Mar 24 2019

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NEWS Mar. 22
Keizer woman charged as accomplice in Cloverdale bank robbery
A Keizer woman and man from the Salem-Keizer area were arrested Friday in connection with a bank robbery in Cloverdale on Thursday. The pair are now facing multiple charges stemming from the incident.
WATCHDOG Mar. 22
Legislature's HR director retires, gets work-at-home deal worth $12,000 a month
Legislature's HR director retires, gets work-at-home deal worth $12,000 a month. A state investigation found that Lore Christopher, the Oregon Legislature director of human resources and a former Keizer mayor, didn't fully act on harassment complaints that have embroiled the Capitol and cost taxpayers more than $1 million. An investigation by the Oregon Capital Bureau established she struck a retirement deal last fall, and will be paid for several months to work from home.
BOOK REVIEW Mar. 21
“In Miniature” by Simon Garfield
EVENTS Mar. 21
CALENDAR
CLASSIFIED ADS Mar. 21
Browse our weekly classified ads
SCHOOLS Mar. 21
It’s Cabaret
The Whiteaker middle School choir program hosted its annual Cabaret show recently. Check out some of the photos.
OBITUARY Mar. 21
Philip ‘Bruce’ Beilke
December 6, 1943 – February 24, 2019
NEWS Mar. 21
Planning commission tables urban transition zone talks
The Keizer Planning Commission wants more information, and a chance to talk with homeowners, before moving on changes to Keizer's Urban Transition (UT) zone.
OPINION Mar. 21
How does one make billions of dollars?
OPINION Mar. 21
Learning to fight a wild fire
COMMUNITY Mar. 21
McNary senior’s service earns her Elks scholarship
Abbie McKanzie's service to the community could take her all the way to Chicago as part of a scholarship program offered by the Elks Foundation.
OPINION Mar. 21
Demo praised, Trump condemned
OPINION Mar. 21
Measles panic or Pharma marketing?
OPINION Mar. 21
Admission scandal hurts national morals
SCHOOLS Mar. 21
School district eyes changes to traffic around Whiteaker
A dedicated right turn lane at Lockhaven and 14th Street could go a long way to easing congestion during the busiest times of the day.
COMMUNITY Mar. 21
READY FOR DUTY
A local man living with Down syndrome recently took a personal tour of the Keizer Police Department and it yielded some fantastic pics.
NEWS Mar. 21
Clark lauds city’s efforts at Chamber lunch
Mayor Cathy Clark delivered her annual State of the City speech last week and hit on all the high points of the past year from livability to growth.
NEWS Mar. 21
Parks board seeks boost to matching grant fund
The Keizer parks board will ask for a $5,000 increase to its annual matching grant fund.
NEWS Mar. 21
Committee floats 4th option for bikes, peds along River Road
The Keizer Traffic Safety Committee was unsatisfied with the options put forth for non-vehicle traffic on River Road and posed a new option that would have bikes and pedestrians on a widened sidewalk.
SPORTS Mar. 21
Hawley honored
SPORTS Mar. 21
Flores shines at CWU
SPORTS Mar. 21
Lopez heading to regional tourney
SPORTS Mar. 21
McNary falls to The Dalles
After winning their first match of the season, the Celtics struggle in their return to the court.
SPORTS Mar. 21
McNary bounces back with home victory over Sunset
After Sunset tied the game at 2-2, the Celtics rally for two runs in the bottom of the fifth to get the upper hand.
SPORTS Mar. 21
Lady Celts open season at Century
The inexperienced McNary girls tennis team showed potential in their first match.
SPORTS Mar. 21
Bedoya leads Celtics to victory
The McNary baseball team gets their second win of the season behind the dominant pitching performance of Devon Bedoya.
BUSINESS Mar. 20
What is that purple truck?
Last month, a new purple food truck popped up on Chemawa Road N. We talked with the owner about his Japanese-America cuisine and when you can get it.
VIDEO Mar. 18
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