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Sep 30 2019 thru Oct 6 2019

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Oct. 4
BOMBARDED Part 4: Where to turn depends on need, but help is available
The final segment of reporter Casey Chaffin's series on teens and mental health. Local resources identified.
NEWS Oct. 4
Keizer mayor honored by peers with major award
Mayor Cathy Clark recently received the James C. Richards Award. Nominees are judged based on their track record of handling of intergovernmental affairs.
NEWS Oct. 4
Adults: NAMI can teach you how to help struggling teens with your stories of survival
Local chapter will begin offering End the Silence trainings in addition to a host of existing services.
COMMUNITY Oct. 4
Advantage Heating raises $28K for first responders
Businesses band together to bolster local emergency services.
SCHOOLS Oct. 4
Volunteers sought for Forest Ridge book fair
Help staff the Scholastic book fair later this month.
NEWS Oct. 4
Nightmares come to life at school just south of Keizer
The frights begin tonight and continue all month long.
NEWS Oct. 3
Police calls: Sept. 23 to Sept. 29
The weekly round-up of police activity.
NEWS Oct. 3
Conserve water now, save later
Sewer bills are based on averages consumed in the coming months, using less now will save you money in the long run.
NEWS Oct. 3
Train derails north of Keizer
Incident happened Sept. 29, and kept River Road North closed for 24 hours north of city limits.
SPORTS Oct. 3
Local ballplayer battles with chronic illness
Kaidon Miller excels on the diamond despite dealing with type 1 diabetes.
NEWS Oct. 3
Keizer City Council agenda and packet for 10/7/19
More revitalization talk, a social gaming ordinance and spotlighting domestic violence and Filipino-American history.
SPORTS Oct. 3
McNary can’t catch up with West Salem in league opener
Despite outshooting West Salem by a large margin, the McNary boys soccer team couldn’t overcome the Titans two second half goals as the Celtics dropped their conference opener 2-1 on Tuesday, Oct 1.
SPORTS Oct. 2
Celtics falter in second half against Barlow
After McNary took a 9-0 lead into the locker room, Barlow scored 21 unanswered in the second half to come away with the 21-9 win on Friday, Sept. 27, dropping the Celtics to 0-4 on the season.
BOOK REVIEW Sep. 30
Book explores the relationship of historical figures Buchanan and King
Review of “Bosom Friends: The Intimate World of James Buchanan & William Rufus King” by Thomas J. Balcerski
NEWS Sep. 30
Help Keizer, Salem chart course on affordable housing
Participate by taking surveys and following the process, which will last until next spring.

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