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Apr 15 2019 thru Apr 21 2019

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COMMUNITY Apr. 19
KPD drug takeback planned April 27
Turn in unwanted prescription medications at a Keizer Police Department event at Schoolhouse Square.
NEWS Apr. 19
UT zone hearing continued again
Changes to the city's Urban Transition zones consumed much of the April meeting of the Keizer Planning Commission. The city is attempting to do away with certain permits currently required to change such properties while ensuring future, denser development remains a possibility.
NEWS Apr. 19
COURTS: City can take steps to protect mobile home owners
As renters in manufactured home parks grow concerned about spikes in rent, Oregon courts have said cities can take action to protect such spaces in efforts to preserve affordable housing.
NEWS Apr. 19
City will re-examine caretaker role at KRP
The Keizer City Council requests more information before making a decision to turn a home in Keizer Rapids Park into a rental property or reinstate a caretaker program that ended last year.
NEWS Apr. 19
Parks board backs new look at park host
The parks board calls on the city council to reassess its decision to cut a caretaker program at Keizer Rapids Park.
NEWS Apr. 19
Police calls: April 8 - April 14
The weekly round-up of calls for police services in Keizer.
COMMUNITY Apr. 19
Ag fest returns next weekend
Oregon's annual Ag Festival returns to Salem April 27-28.
COMMUNITY Apr. 19
Fitness stations could be in place by mid-June
Planned fitness stations that will be installed in two local parks have been ordered and should be ready to use by mid-June.
OPINION Apr. 18
Let your passion lead you
OPINION Apr. 18
LETTER: The scourge of fentanyl
OPINION Apr. 18
The cathedral and the path to renewal
OPINION Apr. 18
The anxiety of living in the U.S. today
OBITUARY Apr. 18
Richard C. Barr
May 27, 1938 — April 5, 2019
EVENTS Apr. 18
Calendar for April 19, 2019
The month ahead
CLASSIFIED ADS Apr. 18
Classified ads for April 19, 2019
Browse our weekly classified ads
SPORTS Apr. 18
Celts lose to South Salem in slugfest
McNary did plenty of damage at the plate, finishing the game with eight runs on 12 hits. However, the Celtics couldn’t do anything to slow down the South Salem offense.
SPORTS Apr. 18
Celts win thriller to open conference play
It nearly took 48 hours to complete, but at the end of the day, the McNary baseball team got the win over Sprague in their Mountain Valley Conference opener.
SPORTS Apr. 18
Dutcher shoots 73 at Creekside
SPORTS Apr. 18
McNary falls to Beaverton
The McNary boys lacrosse team got goals from five different players, but it wasn’t enough as the Celtics fell to Beaverton 9-7 on Friday, April 12.
SPORTS Apr. 18
Tracksters take away 18 event wins at dual meet
McNary’s boys and girls track teams had great showings in their dual meet with Sprague as both teams won nine events each.
COMMUNITY Apr. 18
McNary grad, double amputee celebrates release of memoir
The book is called When Life Gets You Down, RISE UP, and on April 1, McCallister’s finished product hit the shelves at Barnes & Noble.
SPECIAL SECTIONS Apr. 18
Spring Home & Garden - 2019
Read the digital version of the 2019 Spring Home & Garden special section.
BRIEF Apr. 18
Asian pacific islander day at the capitol
Asian and Pacific Islander Day at the Salem Capitol will be on Saturday, April 27 to celebrate the rich and diverse cultures of the Asian Pacific Islander geographic region and their influence on Oregon.
BRIEF Apr. 18
Easter events
There are many Easter egg hunts in the Keizer and larger Willamette Valley area this weekend, here are just a few of the many options close to home and a little further out.
BRIEF Apr. 18
SKIT Theatre to stage Annie
SKIT Theatre will stage the award winning musical, Annie at the Salem First Free Methodist Church beginning on Thursday, May 9.
BRIEF Apr. 18
Enlightened Theatrics to stage the odd couple
Enlightened Theatrics will stage the female version of The Odd Couple at the Salem's Historic Grand Theatre starting on Friday, April 26.
Brief Apr. 18
Oregon Garden hosts digging in the dirt event
The Oregon Garden will present their Digging in the Dirt event to begin planting the over 60,000 annual flowers that come alive in the spring and summer.
BRIEF Apr. 18
Chicks Connect embrace the journey event
The Chicks Connect K-Town Chicks and Dream Chicks chapters will host their embrace the journey event starting Thursday, April 25 to support networking and professional growth for participants.
Brief Apr. 15
Assistance League spring forum
The Assistance League of Salem-Keizer will host its Spring Forum featuring speaker Sy Montgomery, a New York best selling author of twenty books.
Brief Apr. 15
Marion County Master Gardener Association annual plant sale
Marion County Master Gardener Association will host their Annual Plant and Yard Sale at the Oregon State Fairgrounds.

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