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Apr 22 2019 thru Apr 28 2019

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No Adults Allowed April 26
Turn your old water bottles into vases
This week's craft for Kids in the No Adults Allowed section of the Keizertimes.
No Adults Allowed April 26
The truth about climate change and how you can help
No Adults Allowed April 26
Arbor Day started with a president who cared
A brief history of Arbor Day and its roots with President Theodore Roosevelt.
COMMUNITY April 26
Egg-hunting smiles
Shangri-La hosted an egg hunt for special needs adults and kids on Saturday, April 21. Check out the photos.
COMMUNITY April 26
KPD seeks BLAST Camp support
Keizer Police Department's popular annual BLAST Camp is approaching fast and KPD is asking for community support to cover the costs.
NEWS April 26
City puts out call for skater bois — and grrls
A public forum on renovations planned for Carlson Skate Park will be held Wednesday, May 1. City officials want to get as many of the skate park users as possible to help guide the project.
NEWS April 26
Salem mobile home owners find strength through unity
Homeowners in a Salem mobile home park owned by IPG, the same investment group as other Keizer parks, formed an OSTA chapter that has helped "hold IPG at bay."
NEWS April 26
Jones fields tough questions on approach to homelessness
Jimmy Jones, executive director of the Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency, was grilled by city officials over the direction of homeless services.
NEWS April 26
Homelessness: Long road to independence might make for better services
Even if Marion County succeeds in establishing a new Continuum of Care, it will be a while before federal money flows onto local streets.
NEWS April 26
County may chart own course on homelessness
Local governments, including the Keizer City Council, are being asked to back a plan for Marion, Polk and Yamhill counties to strike out on their own when competing for federal funds. The action would require separating from a Continuum of Care alliance representing 28 Oregon counties.
NEWS April 26
Lockhaven turn lane should ease congestion
A turn lane planned for Lockhaven Drive Northeast in front of Whiteaker Middle School, and providing service to 14th Avenue Northeast, should ease congestions, but there are no new pedestrian control planned. The intersection is heavily used by Whiteaker and Gubser Elementary School students.
BUSINESS April 26
Keizer Quick Lane expands
Quick Lane on River Road North adds two bays to increase service capacity.
NEWS April 26
Police calls: April 15 - April 21
The weekly round-up of police calls in Keizer.
COMMUNITY April 26
Chicken dinner at Sacred Heart
A BBQ dinner is planned at Sacred Heart-St. Louis Parish in Gervais.
NEWS April 26
Those River Road delays? Get used to them
Roadwork of varying scope is planned throughout the summer. Settle in for delays as River Road North are narrowed to make way for the construction.
COMMUNITY April 26
Heritage festival planned at Capitol
Celebrate Asian Heritage at the state Capitol this weekend.
COMMUNITY April 26
Master Gardener plant sale slated May 3-4
A major plant sale is planned for next weekend.
COMMUNITY April 26
Assistance League hosts best-selling author at Spring Forum
The annual Assistance League Spring Forum will bring a best-selling children's book author to town.
COMMUNITY April 25
‘It was really difficult to say goodbye.’
Long-time Keizer veterinarian, Kim Girouard, moves onto retired life.
SPORTS April 25
McNary gets victory over McKay in first home meet
SPORTS April 25
Celtics outlast West Albany
Kendyl Jennings led the Celtics with six goals as McNary’s girls lacrosse team was able to pull away late to earn the 13-9 victory over West Albany on Tuesday night.
SPORTS April 25
McNary shows improvement in dual meet with West Salem
West Salem defeated McNary 92-53 on the boys side and 112-29 on the girls side on Wednesday, April 17. But that didn’t stop the Celtics from coming away with a number of season and personal records.
SPORTS April 25
McNary drops two to South Salem
The McNary baseball team dropped a pair of games to South Salem last week, falling to the Saxons 3-1 on Wednesday, April 17, and losing the following day by a score of 12-6.
SPORTS April 25
McNary’s bats come alive in victory
The Celtics pushed across 12 runs on 19 hits as they cruised to the 12-5 victory over West Salem on Monday night.
BRIEF April 22
Tony's Kingdom of Comic's 12th annual free comic book day
Tony's Kingdom of Comics will host their 12th annual free comic book day starting at 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 4. The event will have professional costume groups, Caesar the No Drama Lama, an auction for Magic Wheelchair, and more.
BRIEF April 22
Four businesses create one-stop shop for media services
Four collaborative businesses have moved into the same building in Keizer's Baker Plaza to provide media and marketing services for local businesses and customers.
BRIEF April 22
Cinco de micro brewfest held at Salem Convention Center
The eighth annual Cinco de Micro Brewfest will be held at the Salem Convention Center and will include over 100 different beers and ciders on tap, as well as music entertainment and opportunities to try hard to find spring release brews.

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