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May 6 2019 thru May 12 2019

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CLASSIFIED ADS May 10
Classified ads for May 10, 2019
EVENTS May 10
CALENDAR for May 10, 2019
OPINION May 10
LETTER: Why I support Chuck Lee
OPINION May 10
LETTER: A better way to board airplanes
OPINION May 10
LETTER: By nature pitbulls are not a danger
OPINION May 10
LETTER: Ocean pollution
OPINION May 10
The $2 trillion infrastructure trap
OPINION May 10
Can Americans ever be united against foes?
COMMUNITY May 10
5 residents of SE Keizer: KeizerFEST isn’t welcome
A handful of SEKNA members decided that KeizerFEST isn't welcome in their neck of the woods. City councilors were shocked. Chamber of Commerce leaders weren't on-hand to offer counterarguments.
NEWS May 9
Fires keep KFD on the run with other agencies
Two fires in Northeast Salem required the assistance of the Keizer Fire District over the weekend.
SCHOOLS May 9
District plans to add counselors
After feedback from the community, Salem-Keizer School District administrators moved money around to make room for an additional counselor at each of the six high schools.
COMMUNITY May 9
Celebrate with Mom at KFD breakfast
The annual Keizer Fire District Mother's Day Breakfast is Sunday, May 12.
NEWS May 9
Council takes first steps toward charter review
The city council makes moves toward a vote to approve an updated city charter in 2020.
COMMUNITY May 9
City, Rotary at impasse over rent
Room rental is causing consternation on the part of the city and members of the Rotary Club of Keizer. A scathing letter from Rotary leaders lays out the dispute.
NEWS May 9
What a city’s budget reveals
News and oddities arising from a 5-hour review of Keizer's proposed budget for the next fiscal year.
COMMUNITY May 9
Skate park upgrades draw crowd
Planned improvements to Carlson Skate Park drew one of the largest crowds to a city meeting in recent memory. The impending upgrades will bring underused spaces in the park back to life.
COMMUNITY May 9
Water wonders
Keizer PublicWorks and numerous other local agencies banded together to teach Hallman Elementary School fifth graders about the water they drink, where it comes from and the other forms of life it supports.
SCHOOLS May 9
Proposed school budget focuses on stability amid uncertain state funding
The Salem-Keizer School District looks to shore up services while state funding remains a major question.
COMMUNITY May 9
‘The Legend’ Coach Anagnos: 1956 — 2019
Longtime Keizer coach, former First Citizen and all-around supporter of Keizer youth passes after a brief and intense battle with cancer.
NEWS May 9
Man flees cops into attic, prompts apt. evacuation
A man fleeing from police tried to evade capture by crawling into the attic of a friend's apartment and prompting an evacuation of the entire complex.
SCHOOLS May 9
Leadership opportunities available for students
Sophomores and juniors are encouraged to apply for the Leadership Youth Program, a collaborative effort of the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce and The Inspire Foundation.
SCHOOLS May 9
2 new faces vie in SKSD Zone 4
In addition to deciding who will represent Keizer on the Salem-Keizer School Board, two other seats have contested races. Keizertimes asked the candidates about their priorities and concerns in the run up to the May 21 election.
SCHOOLS May 9
Heyen, Marquez compete for SKSD Zone 2
In addition to deciding who will represent Keizer on the Salem-Keizer School Board, two other seats have contested races. Keizertimes asked the candidates about their priorities and concerns in the run up to the May 21 election.
COMMUNITY May 9
Volunteers needed for KeizerFEST runs
SCHOOLS May 9
McNary cooks second to only one
The culinary team at McNary High School made up of Rebecca Hall, Dakota Smith, Madelyn Hurst and Isaac Mallery placed second at the Oregon Restaurant and Lodging Association Education Foundation ProStart Invitational.
SPORTS May 9
McNary falls just short against Sprague
Despite getting the tying and go-ahead runs on base with one out in the top of the seventh, the Celtics couldn’t push either one across as the McNary baseball team fell to Sprague 5-4 on Tuesday, May 7.
SPORTS May 9
Seven McNary athletes sign with colleges
Seven student-athletes from McNary signed their letters of intent to continue their education and athletic careers in a ceremony on Wednesday, April 17.
SPORTS May 9
Lady Celts continue to dominate conference play
McNary explodes for 16 runs on 16 hits in their victory over Mountain View.
SPORTS May 9
Walling finds joy in recruitment process
The McNary football star is being pursued by several big-time college programs.
BUSINESS May 8
In-N-Out plans June groundbreaking
The construction of an In-N-Out Burger is as close as its been to becoming a reality. Construction is expected to begin in early June.
SPORTS May 6
Celts sweep Summit in doubleheader
McNary grabs a pair of key victories to put themselves in position for the postseason.
SPORTS May 6
McNary takes over top spot in conference standings
The Celtics gain sole possession of first place in the Mountain Valley Conference with a dominant victory over West Salem.
SPORTS May 6
Fishing! The tug is the drug
In his debut column, Jim Taylor talks about his love for fishing.
SPORTS May 6
Celtics prepare for districts
NO ADULTS ALLOWED May 6
Keizer kids pitch in to clean up
Nicole Schnurbusch and Hannah Wonderly picked up almost 13 pounds of trash after spending an afternoon kayaking on the Willamette River.

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