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Apr 1 2019 thru Apr 7 2019

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COMMUNITY Apr. 5
Students: Get ready to strut your stuff on KeizerFEST stage
Audition videos are now being accepted for the KeizerFEST youth talent contest.
SCHOOLS Apr. 5
Above and beyond: WMS Mentor honored
A Whiteaker Middle School mentor was honored for his work in connecting learning and technology.
NO ADULTS Apr. 5
Meeting Flix: The Conser Lake Monster
A semi-aquatic, albino bigfoot. What more to you need to read this article?
COMMUNITY Apr. 5
Luncheon supports B&GC
The Boys &Girls Club will host a fundraising luncheon next week.
SCHOOLS Apr. 5
College Night at MHS April 16
More than 25 Oregon colleges and universities will be reaching out to local students at McNary High School.
NEWS Apr. 5
Council sets new goals for near and more distant future
From revising the city charter to determining whether to expand the Urban Growth Boundary, and much more, the Keizer City Council formally adopted its latest goals on April 1.
SCHOOLS Apr. 5
Blazing a trail
McNary student Emely Medina talked with the city council about her experiences at the Career Technical Education Center. It's a latest in a series of student spotlights.
COMMUNITY Apr. 5
Soggy Day in the Park set for April 20 a KRP
Rain or shine, the Claggett Creek Watershed Council is planning a day of fun at Keizer Rapids Park later this month.
COMMUNITY Apr. 5
Junk Hunt planned in Salem
A enormous flea market arrives at the Oregon State Fairgrounds next weekend.
NEWS Apr. 5
Hearing on shooting range begins Tuesday
UPDATE 04/05/19: Since going to press with this week's paper, the hearing has been canceled.
NEWS Apr. 5
Policy options run the gamut for dealing with growth
As Keizer assesses its housing needs, there are numerous possibilities on the table for encouraging the types of housing the city is projected to need. We looked at some of the types of policy changes under consideration.
COMMUNITY Apr. 5
Heads of the class: Two McNary grads chart new paths in college
McNary High School alums Samuel Hernandez and Crystal Llanos are both thriving at top colleges after overcoming numerous obstacles.
Apr. 5
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EVENTS Apr. 5
Calendar
OPINION Apr. 5
HB 2797: The definition of insanity
OPINION Apr. 5
There was no collusion Rep. Schiff
OPINION Apr. 5
Turkey’s president is a case study
SPORTS Apr. 4
McNary proves to be tough test for top-ranked Tualatin
The Celtics gave the #1 Timberwolves a run for their money on Monday night.
SPORTS Apr. 4
Motocross legend honored in Seattle
Mark Gregson was honored at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Wash. by the Legends and Heroes Tour for his time spent as a privateer racer in the late 70’s
SPORTS Apr. 4
McNary gets two wins in Arizona
Despite facing some talented squads, McNary was able to salvage a 2-2 record in the tournament.
SPORTS Apr. 4
Celts take three out of four at spring break tournament
McNary had double-digit run totals in all three of their victories.
COMMUNITY Apr. 2
Keizer activist, tribal leader honored by Merkley
Delores "Dee" Pigsley's work as a tribal leader and activist for the Siletz Tribe was called out by Sen. Jeff Merkely as part of Women's History Month in March.

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