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Aug 26 2019 thru Sep 1 2019

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NEWS Aug. 30
Council may crack down on basketball hoops with revised ordinance
Discussion that began in June appears to have hit the fast track with new stipulations not previously discussed.
NEWS Aug. 30
Alleged wife-killer’s re-trial begins
Peter Zielinski takes the stand again in defense of killing his wife, Lisa, in 2011.
NEWS Aug. 30
It turns out, you can get there from here — especially if you take Cherriots
Expanded service hours and the return of Saturday service are on the way in September.
COMMUNITY Aug. 30
Repair Fair slated Sept. 18
Bring in two small items to get them repaired and learn how to do it yourself.
COMMUNITY Aug. 30
Air mail it!
KPD lieutenant is a cornhole dead eye.
NEWS Aug. 30
New traffic patterns as students return to MHS
Construction will change the way everyone moves around campus.
COMMUNITY Aug. 30
Food bank ops manager expands role
Operations manager will take on administrative duties as Rev. Curt McCormack steps back from his longtime leadership role.
COMMUNITY Aug. 30
Educators honored
The Keizer Chamber of Commerce gave a tip 'o the hat to Keizer educators at its recent luncheon.
NEWS Aug. 30
Volunteers sought for several city council advisory boards
Lots of vacancies need filling in the coming months.
COMMUNITY Aug. 30
Kids: Time to get that library card
Keizer Community Library pushing to issue more youth library cards.
Aug. 30
Driven to serve
Pictures from Lakepoint Community Church's ServeFEST
NEWS Aug. 30
Police calls: Aug. 15 - April 25
The weekly round-up of police activity.
COMMUNITY Aug. 29
XC team plans Liberty House fundraiser
On Saturday, Sept. 14, McNary’s boys and girls cross country teams, along with head coach David Holcomb, will be holding a Miles for Hope fundraiser to benefit the Liberty House in Salem.
SPORTS Aug. 29
Celts look to reclaim offensive identity
One thing that will be noticeably different about this year’s McNary team is how they approach things on offense in their second season in the Mountain Valley Conference
SPORTS Aug. 29
Volcanoes split four-game set with Vancouver

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