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Jun 3 2019 thru Jun 9 2019

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COMMUNITY Jun. 7
KPA honors MHS student with college scholarship
The Keizer Police Association has named its recipient for the Sheila Goodman Memorial Scholarship.
NEWS Jun. 7
Youth sentencing changes concern victim’s daughter, killer’s sister
Dana Pearson, sister of Brett Pearson, cautions against rapid changes to youth offender sentences. At 17, Brett killed the siblings' mother in 2014 and gravely injured their father.
NEWS Jun. 7
Sex offender placed in Gubser-area home
The Marion County Sheriff's Office said it was the best of difficult options.
NEWS Jun. 7
Kitchen fire damages Ocean Sushi
The restaurant is temporarily closed while recovering from a blaze that started in the kitchen.
COMMUNITY Jun. 7
Keizer takes part in state’s #Trashtag challenge
The city has issued a challenge to get more people involved in cleaning up litter. Prizes available.
COMMUNITY Jun. 7
KPD’s ‘kilo: zero-one-three’ crowdfunding cancer battle
A Keizer police officer is fighting esophageal cancer and friends and allies are raising money to offset medical expenses.
COMMUNITY Jun. 7
Car show at Powerland June 15
Powerland Heritage Parks hosting a major car show.
NEWS Jun. 7
Police calls: May 27 - June 2
The weekly round-up of police response calls.
COMMUNITY Jun. 7
Simonka Place benefits from bevy of local giving
Ongoing renovations to the back yard at the UGM womens' shelter will turn it respite for work and play.
NEWS Jun. 7
Kroc Center queues up summer camps
Registrations for Kroc Center summer camps are now open.
SCHOOLS Jun. 6
McNary senior honored for making U-turn
On Tuesday, May 7, Morgan was officially recognized as McNary’s Turnaround student award winner during a ceremony at the Keizer Community Center.
COMMUNITY Jun. 6
Heimerdinger says goodbye to McNary
At the end of the school year, Heimerdinger, along with his wife, Erin, and two kids, Atticus (11) and Scarlett (8), will be moving to Los Olivos, Calif. where he will be teaching at San Luis Obispo High School and will be teaching in the media production program.
SPORTS Jun. 6
8 Celtics receive all-conference recognition
The McNary softball team had eight players receive all-Mountain Valley Conference recognition for their excellent play throughout the 2019 season.
SPORTS Jun. 6
Hawley and Jackson share prestigious honor
The Salem Sports and Breakfast Club (SSBC) has been recognizing outstanding athletes in the Salem-Keizer area since 1964. And on Friday, May 31, the club added two McNary senior athletes to their historic fraternity.
OPINION Jun. 5
To the Class of 2019
OPINION Jun. 5
Is it the 1890s all over again?
OPINION Jun. 5
An era ends, a legacy continues
OBITUARIES Jun. 5
Lester Boyd Frels
April 30, 1930 – June 1, 2019
EVENTS Jun. 5
Calendar for June 7, 2019
CLASSIFIEDS Jun. 5
Classified Ads for June 7, 2019
SPORTS Jun. 5
Booster club raises more than $40,000 at auction
The McNary Athletics Booster Club held their eighth annual auction fundraiser and dinner on Saturday, June 1 at Log House Gardens at Willow Lake, raising more than $40,000.
SPORTS Jun. 5
McNary offense comes alive in win
The McNary Youth baseball 12U Junior Federal team scored seven runs in the bottom of the fourth and cruised to a 13-3 victory over Lebanon.
WATCHDOG Jun. 4
PUBLIC MONEY, PRIVATE EMPIRE: Greg Smith serves many public masters - for a price
Since going into the Oregon Legislature, Heppner's Greg Smith has managed to win one government contract after another for his private business. Some question how he can keep his roles straight. This is a special report from our sister newspaper, the Malheur Enterprise.
NEWS Jun. 3
Three dead in collision, alcohol suspected cause
Three Salem-Keizer teens were killed when a man suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol collided with their vehicle near the intersection of the Salem-Keizer Parkway and Cherry Avenue Northeast.

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