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May 27 2019 thru Jun 2 2019

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SCHOOLS May. 31
Construction at McNary set to start ahead of schedule
OPINION May. 30
Celebrate a flower or a community?
OPINION May. 30
The politics of the legislature
OPINION May. 30
No winners in infrastructure spat
OPINION May. 30
The very air that we breathe
EVENTS May. 30
Calendar for May 31, 2019 and beyond
CLASSIFIEDS May. 30
Classified Ads for May 31, 2019
COMMUNITY May. 30
Students use art to take stand against gambling
Three Keizer student-artists were were recent recipients of awards in a Marion County Public Health contest. One will be featured on the cover of a new calendar.
NEWS May. 30
HOMELESSNESS: How to see a crisis
Keizertimes accompanied employees of ARCHES, a group providing a wide range of services to homeless residents, to see the problem through their eyes. (tl;dr We're getting it wrong)
NEWS May. 30
Thatcher rep: ‘No reason this bill should have been killed’
Shooting range legislation disappears after gaining early approval.
NEWS May. 30
Police calls: May 20 - May 26
The weekly round-up of police activity.
COMMUNITY May. 30
Summer counselors sought for Gilbert House museum
Sign up now to assist young campers.
COMMUNITY May. 30
Alzheimer’s info session at Keizer Station June 13
Keizer Permanente hosts a free information session on Alzheimer's and dementia.
SCHOOLS May. 30
Future Celts b-ball camp begins June 17
McNary High School's annual boys basketball camp is taking registrations.
BUSINESS May. 30
Census-takers needed
The US Census Bureau needs workers in the run up to the 2020 Census.
SCHOOLS May. 30
Celts select new ASB reps
McNary High School students have elected their new Associated Student Body representatives.
BUSINESS May. 30
Cascade Farm and Outdoor headed to old Roth’s locale
Schoolhouse Square has a new tenant, no opening date is slated for Cascade Farm and Outdoor, a division of Bi-Mart.
SPORTS May. 30
Keizer race walker pursues Olympic dreams
After picking up the sport three years ago, Lydia McGranahan has already become one of the top race walkers in the country.
SPORTS May. 30
If the shoe fits
In his second column, Jim Taylor talks compares his wife's love for shoe shopping with his passion for fishing equipment.
SPORTS May. 30
McNary’s playoff run comes to a close
Although 10 Celtics reached base, none were able to score as McNary was shut out for the first time since the month of March
SPORTS May. 30
Whiteaker track team takes both All-City crowns
After finishing the dual season undefeated, both of Whiteaker’s boys and girls teams won the All-City track meet at on Tuesday, May 14 at Sprague High School. The girls scored 146 points for the event and sent 18 athletes to the podium, while the boys team scored 125 points and had 15 athletes place.
COMMUNITY May. 30
School BSUs grow out of single desire to give back
Dwight Roberson brings Black Student Union to McNary.
FIRE May. 30
Keizer fire board talks finances, updates policies
Revised policies and general business were the main topics of discussion at the Keizer Fire District board meeting on Tuesday, May 21 — which miraculously took under 20 minutes.
SCHOOLS May. 28
Budget Committee approves $1.2 billion budget
The budget is based on Gov. Kate Brown recommended allocations from state funds.

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