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Aug 5 2019 thru Aug 11 2019

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NEWS August 9
Fatal pedestrian crash involved Keizer teen
Alcohol is not believed to be a factor, teen driver stopped and called 9-1-1.
NEWS August 9
City setting sails at The Big Toy
New addition at play structure will provide relief from the heat, but comes with a hefty price tag.
NEWS August 9
No charges in alleged threat with machete
NEWS August 9
S. Keizer tennis court gets new surface next month
Willamette Manor tennis court replacement scheduled.
NEWS August 9
New uses approved for K.S. ‘jug handle’
Four new businesses have expressed interest in Keizer Station, but no names yet.
NEWS August 9
Shooting range settlement: Only shotguns allowed
City Attorney Shannon Johnson calls the deal, "A tremendous victory," but the Polk County quarry owner still needs to sign it.
COMMUNITY August 9
Holocaust survivor speaks at Willamette U.
NEWS August 9
Youth Homelessness: Cultural differences put additional pressure on one teen despite outstanding achievement
The second installment of a Keizertimes series exploring the realities of youth homelessness.
OPINION August 9
There is no single solution
OPINION August 9
Portland State leadership is costly
OPINION August 9
One side is right, one side is wrong
OBITUARIES August 9
Charles Wallace Shirley
March 8, 1927 – July 25, 2019
EVENTS August 9
Calendar for August 9, 2019
OBITUARIES August 9
Judith Davidson Todd
July 27, 1947 – July 27, 2019
CLASSIFIEDS August 9
Classified Ads for August 9, 2019
COMMUNITY August 9
Visit Englewood neighborhood for Forest Festival Aug. 10
NEWS August 9
Police calls: July 29 – August 4
The weekly round-up of police activity.
COMMUNITY August 9
Drop off school supplies at newspaper’s office
COMMUNITY August 9
Discount fair tickets on sale
COMMUNITY August 9
Help shape future of KeizerFEST
Provide feedback on everything from location to possible improvements during community conversation event.
COMMUNITY August 8
SKEF board appoints new exec. director
COMMUNITY August 8
Free sports physicals at Hope Ortho Aug. 10
NEWS August 8
Dog park water is safe for all
Social media rumors that the water stations at the Keizer Rapids dog park are false.
COMMUNITY August 8
A cut above
Anthony Garcia-Reyes, who will be a senior at McNary this fall, has developed a passion for barbering over the last few years, and on June 27, he took second place in barbering at the SkillsUSA Workforce Development competition in Louisville, Ky.
SPORTS August 8
MYB awards sportsmanship
SPORTS August 8
Salem-Keizer gets swept by Hillsboro
The Volcanoes lose four games in a row for the first time all season.
SPORTS August 8
Volcanoes players show out during All-Star event
Kervin Castro and Sean Roby represented Salem-Keizer in the All-Star Game on Tuesday in Boise, Idaho.
SPORTS August 8
Blue Day returns to McNary
The smell of fall sports will be in the air on Friday, August 23 as McNary High student-athletes will take over the campus for the school’s eighth annual Blue Day — organized by Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) officers at McNary.

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