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May 20 2019 thru May 26 2019

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SPORTS May 24
McNary’s upset attempt falls flat
Ty Covalt hit a two-run blast in the top of the seventh for McNary, but it was too little, too late as the Celtics fell to West Linn 8-2 in the first round of the OSAA Playoffs.
SPORTS May 24
Celts send 11 athletes to podium at districts
Although they didn’t qualify any kids for the state meet, the McNary track and field team was able to get 11 athletes (six boys and five girls) onto the podium at the Mountain Valley Conference District last weekend (May 16-18) at Summit High School.
SCHOOLS May 24
McNary breaks ground on changes that will transform school forever
An official groundbreaking ceremony was held at McNary High School on Friday, May 17, signaling the start of the 15-month construction period at the school — as a part of the $619.7 million bond that Salem-Keizer voters passed last May.
OPINION May 23
Nothing lasts forever
OPINION May 23
PSU fiasco shows we need college czar
CLASSIFIED ADS May 23
Classified ads for May 24, 2019
COMMUNITY May 23
Latino scholars honored
The Latino Action Committee continued its tradition of investing in McNary High School's Latino scholars earlier this month.
NEWS May 23
Your voice is essential at housing needs forum
A front-page editorial on the importance of the growth talks happening at city hall.
NEWS May 23
City, Rotary nearing accord on room rental
Rotary Club of Keizer appears to have prevailed in a dispute with city officials over room rental at the Keizer Civic Center.
COMMUNITY May 23
France Dance to perform at NSHS, support Keizer food bank
The Keizer studio's performance continues to benefit the hungry in town.
NEWS May 23
Police calls: May 13 -19
Weekly round-up of police calls from May 13 through 19.
NEWS May 23
2 men rob, carjack woman at gunpoint
A woman is carjacked and robbed at gunpoint. The vehicle was recovered later in the day, but the suspects eluded capture.
BUSINESS May 23
A new Hope
Hope Orthopedics expands its Keizer location.
COMMUNITY May 23
Liberty house earns Rotary support
SCHOOLS May 23
Wildcats walk, ride & roll
Kennedy Elementary School's first Walk, Ride and Roll event was a smash hit on Friday, May 17.
COMMUNITY May 23
Blood drive at St. Ed May 29
Register for a time to donate online now.
NEWS May 23
City will reinstate KRP caretaker position
The Keizer City Council reverses course on a decision to remove a caretaker position to Keizer Rapids Park. A seasonal park host might also be added to the mix.
NEWS May 23
Volunteers sought for charter revision group
The city is seeking volunteers to serve on a number of committees, topping the list is a new group that will examine the city charter for revisions.
SPORTS May 22
McNary rallies for first round victory
A three-run triple from Alexa Cepeda in the bottom of the sixth propelled McNary to the 5-4 win.
SCHOOLS May 22
Bethell unseats Lee on school board
Unofficial final results show that Danielle Bethell will replace Chuck Lee on the Salem-Keizer School Board of Directors while attempts to get Latino representation on the board fell short once again.

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