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Nov 18 2019 thru Nov 24 2019

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COMMUNITY Nov. 23
KNOW gift tags now hanging around town
Annual effort strives to reach 250 local families in need.
NEWS Nov. 23
Former fire chief passes
Greg Frank was a fire chief, Keizer First Citizen, past president of the Rotary Club of Keizer and local businessman.
OBITUARY Nov. 22
LaDonna L. Savedra (Bach)
May 6, 1944 - Nov. 1, 2019 Celebration of Life on November 30.
NEWS Nov. 22
Warren blows past pack in Keizer campaign giving
President Donald Trump lead in local giving during the first half of the year, but Democratic donors are opening their wallets as field narrows.
COMMUNITY Nov. 22
KT on vacation
Brock Wyer and Ivy Parker in Great Lakes Ill.
NEWS Nov. 22
In-N-Out traffic plans begin to crystallize
Conversations with city bring potential traffic plans into focus. Stacking on Keizer Station Boulevard, in Volcanoes Stadium are both possibilities.
SPORTS Nov. 22
Barker and Walling take home top honors
The McNary football squad had 15 players receive all-league recognition.
NEWS Nov. 22
4 major tournaments headed to KLL park
Cherry City Baseball Club and West Coast Premier (WCP) will bring four two-day tournaments to Keizer Little League Park with the hopes of attracting a variety of teams throughout the Pacific Northwest
NEWS Nov. 22
City’s ADU standards take spotlight again at planning commission
Planning Commission brings city regs into alignment with statewide changes, sets new square footage cap.
SPECIAL SECTION Nov. 21
2019 Holiday Gift & Event Guide
NEWS Nov. 21
K9 tracks fleeing suspect to riverbank
Lynnwood, Wash., man led cops on a two-mile chase Nov. 13.
NEWS Nov. 21
Services for MHS junior planned
SPORTS Nov. 21
McNary brings back majority of roster
Wrestling preview: After going through some growing pains last year, head coach Jason Ebbs is confident that his crew is more prepared for the upcoming season.
SPORTS Nov. 21
Celtics will rely on youth movement
McNary boys basketball preview: The Celtics will be counting on several inexperienced players to step up at the varsity level.

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