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Apr 8 2019 thru Apr 14 2019

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COMMUNITY April 11
Rotary raffle party gets down, Mardi Gras style
Rotary Club of Keizer's annual raffle ended up raising more than $70,000 for future projects. One lucky winner is taking home $10,000 in gold and silver.
SPORTS April 11
McNary golf teams host first tournament
SCHOOLS April 11
The choice in Zone 6: Danielle Bethell
Voters face a decision between two starkly different candidates when it comes to who will represent the Keizer on the Salem-Keizer School District board of directors this May. We sat down with both candidates to go deeper on what they see as the key issues and the role of a director within the school district. Bethell seeks a more granular role in her run for the Salem-Keizer School Board.
SCHOOLS April 11
The choice in Zone 6: Chuck Lee
Voters face a decision between two starkly different candidates when it comes to who will represent the Keizer on the Salem-Keizer School District board of directors this May. We sat down with both candidates to go deeper on what they see as the key issues and the role of a director within the school district. Funding, continuity essential to future of the Salem-Keizer School District, says incumbent candidate.
SPORTS April 11
McNary suffers loss to Westview
NEWS April 11
Missed quotas, dirty laundry nab spotlight at KPD union hearing
The Keizer police union is disputing a ruling that bars sergeants from union membership. Attorneys on both sides rehashed condensed two days of testimony in front of the board members of the state's Employment Relations Board.
SPORTS April 11
Celts fall in final non-league game
The McNary baseball squad could only muster five hits for the game as they fell by a score of 3-2 to Grant in their non-conference finale on Wednesday, April 3.
COMMUNITY April 11
CCRLS seeks new councilor
Volunteer to be part of the advisory council to the Chemeketa Cooperative Regional Library Service.
NEWS April 11
Bill draws support, opposition at hearing
A Oregon Senate committee hearing on the original draft of a bill to add liability to cities and counties for failing to act attracted supporters and detractors with a fairly even number on both sides of the issue.
COMMUNITY April 11
Keizer athletes planning trip to Dominican Republic
McAvoy and 10 of his players will be heading to the Dominican Republic in partnership with SCORE International — which is a non-profit evangelistic organization — to bring hope to underprivileged youth in the country, with basketball being one of the primary forms of outreach.
SPORTS April 11
McNary opens up track season
The McNary track team opened their season last week with a home dual meet against South Salem where the boys team defeated the Saxons 76-69, while the McNary girls fell 90-54 on Wednesday, April 3.
SPORTS April 11
Gragg inducted into Montana Hall of Fame
Gragg played at the University of Montana from 1991 to 1994 and served as an assistant coach with the school from 2009 to 2015.
NEWS April 11
Fleeing suspect rescued after jumping into Willamette River
A Portland man spent more than an hour in the Willamette River after threatening visitors in Keizer Rapids Park with a handgun. The man jumped into the river in an attempt to flee responding police officers. Multiple agencies were called in to assist in the search.
NEWS April 9
Bill addressing shooting range moves to floor
A bill that would provide extra protection for Keizer residents impacted by a Polk County shooting range moved out of the committee level and is headed toward a vote of the entire Oregon Senate.
COMMUNITY April 9
Into the Light: Salem's 2016 Out of the Darkness Walk
As media outlets throughout the state highlight discussions of suicide, we are re-running this piece from the paper's managing editor written in 2016. Keizertimes will be hosting a discussion with Ryan Price, the Oregon and Idaho area director of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, this Friday beginning about 8:10 a.m. on KMUZ. The station is available at 88.5 FM or 100.7 FM. If you are experiencing a crisis, please call the National Suicide Prevention Hotline, 1-800-273-8255
NEWS April 8
Raw sewage overflows into Mill Creek
A plugged pipe resulted in sewage overflowing into Mill Creek Sunday, April 7.

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