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Jul 22 2019 thru Jul 28 2019

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COMMUNITY Jul. 26
Turning back time at Willamette Mission
Riverkeepers spearhead effort with substantial community support
NEWS Jul. 26
Police calls: July 14 – July 22
The weekly round-up of Keizer police activity.
COMMUNITY Jul. 26
Cooking competitors serve up mouth-watering meats in Keizer
The first NW BBQ, Bacon, Beer & Steak Festival crowned a bunch of winners local and farther afield.
NEWS Jul. 26
KPD seeks new leads in city’s only unsolved murder
Police are hoping to drum up information leading to the arrest of those responsible in the murder of Chrissy Speten.
NEWS Jul. 26
Cascade Outdoor and Farm opens Aug. 1
A new tenant in Schoolhouse Square transformed the old Roth's location.
NEWS Jul. 26
Two arrested for drug possession
Neighbors and police suspect drugs were being sold from the Chemawa Road home.
NEWS Jul. 26
United Way christens shower trailer
The trailer will provide mobile cleaning facilities for homeless communities throughout Marion and Polk counties.
COMMUNITY Jul. 26
Get ready for National Night Out
Register your gathering with KPD by July 30th to ensure a visit by officers.
COMMUNITY Jul. 26
Keizertimes lead takes reins of publisher’s group
Keizertimes Publisher Lyndon Zaitz will lead the Oregon Newspaper Publisher's Association in the coming year.
COMMUNITY Jul. 26
KT journalists win 3 first place awards
Part of a haul that included 11 total awards in the ONPA Better Newspaper Contest.
NEWS Jul. 26
1,700 property owners get notice of zoning changes
Letters may seem scary, but the planned changes are intended to give owners additional flexibility and incentive when it comes to redevelopment.
COMMUNITY Jul. 26
Capitol Pride is Aug. 3
COMMUNITY Jul. 26
Fiesta Mexicana arrives next week
COMMUNITY Jul. 26
Reptile Man visits SPL
CLASSIFIEDS Jul. 26
Classified Ads for July 26, 2019
OPINION Jul. 25
Egregious budget deal
OPINION Jul. 25
Banners
OPINION Jul. 25
After 69 years, Korean War is not over
OPINION Jul. 25
Trump’s unnecessary roughness
OPINION Jul. 25
US to become majority minority soon
OBITUARIES Jul. 25
Lucille May Zandol
December 12, 1952 – June 26, 2019
EVENTS Jul. 25
Calendar for July 26, 2019
FIRE Jul. 25
Keizer Fire gets special delivery: a box of SCORPIONS
On Wednesday, July 17, the on-duty personnel at Keizer Fire District (KFD) were greeted with a unique situation when a concerned citizen brought four Pacific Northwest scorpions to the station.
SPECIAL SECTION Jul. 25
60+Active
A Special Senior Section
COMMUNITY Jul. 25
Camp lets teens explore the guts of gaming systems
All kids in the class got the opportunity to repair broken Wii gaming systems, and even could keep them if they were able to successfully repair the systems.
SPORTS Jul. 25
Labour on pace to make history for Salem-Keizer
The Salem-Keizer slugger is just three dingers away from breaking the franchise record for home runs in a season.
SPORTS Jul. 25
Celts can’t extend summer season
With a trip to the state tournament on the line, the McNary D1 summer league team couldn’t get the job done as they fell to Silverton 7-1 on Wednesday, July 17, bringing their season to an end.
SPORTS Jul. 25
Volcanoes complete home sweep of Boise
SPORTS Jul. 24
Volcanoes clinch first half division title
Salem-Keizer has qualified for the postseason for the first time since 2015 after finishing the first half of Northwest League play with a 26-12 record.

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