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Oct 7 2019 thru Oct 13 2019

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NEWS Oct. 11
Keizer man's bail set at $955,000 for identity theft crimes
Charges are the result of cloning a parent's Homeside Financial work computer and using it to transfer open accounts and transfer money.
EDITORIAL Oct. 11
Manufactured home parks: The varied faces of the American Dream
Part two of a two-part editorial look at why Keizertimes took a manufactured home park owner to task.
EDITORIAL Oct. 11
Manufactured home parks: Keizer’s sacrifice zones
Part one of a two-part editorial look at why Keizertimes took a manufactured home park owner to task.
NEWS Oct. 11
Restoration work begins at McNary Oaks
Park owner pushes back on paper’s reporting, offers no evidence contrary to facts. City Council schedules work session to tour renovations.
NEWS Oct. 11
10 questions with Rep. Kurt Schrader
Rep. Kurt Schrader visited Keizer Thursday, Oct. 3. In addition to a speaking engagement at Rotary Club of Keizer and a stop by the Keizer Fire District, he took time to stop by the Keizertimes office and speak with us on a wide rage of topics. These are the highlights.
NEWS Oct. 11
Social gaming proposal goes bust
Bid to open social gaming club in Keizer finds no takes among city council.
SPORTS Oct. 10
McNary knocks off fourth-ranked Summit
Luis Lopez’s early first half goal was all McNary needed as their back line kept one of the state’s best offenses out of the net for 80 minutes, allowing the Celtics to defeat Summit 1-0 on Friday, Oct. 4.
COMMUNITY Oct. 10
McNary junior to be featured in 45th Parallel Film Festival
Braeden Olheiser’s short film, Tandem Thoughts, has been nominated for an award for best youth film and best narrative and storytelling at the 45th Parallel Film Festival, which takes place at Salem Cinema on Saturday, Oct. 19.
COMMUNITY Oct. 10
Homegrown Theatre debuts pair of thrillers
For most of the 2019 season, Keizer Homegrown Theater (KHT) has put together lighthearted shows for their audiences, often featuring tales of comedy and romance. But in honor of Halloween, director Jeff Minden has put together a pair of thrillers that will keep viewers on the edge of their seats.
COMMUNITY Oct. 10
Students form mental health non-profit
A movement originating at South Salem High School hopes to find a footing throughout the Salem-Keizer School District.
NEWS Oct. 10
Police calls: Sept. 30 - Oct. 5
The weekly round-up of police activity in Keizer.
SPORTS Oct. 10
Claggett takes down Leslie
The Panthers jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first half and never looked back as Claggett Creek defeated Leslie 20-6 on Wednesday, Oct. 2.
NEWS Oct. 8
Keizer man arrested on multiple charges
FIRE Oct. 8
KFD responds to two fires in three days
NEWS Oct. 7
Keizer man arrested for public indecency
21-year-old man arrested for exposing himself in Safeway parking lot

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