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Dec 2 2019 thru Dec 8 2019

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COMMUNITY December 7
Turkey dashing
Photos from the Keizer Chamber of Commerce's annual Turkey Dash.
COMMUNITY December 7
KT on Vacation
Steve and Jacki Wolf took their Keizertimes to London on a trip to celebrate their 35th anniversary. The Tower Bridge is in the background.
COMMUNITY December 7
Councilors serve up Thanksgiving dinner
Monthly dinner draws nearly 500 the day before Thanksgiving
COMMUNITY December 6
Santa choppers into stadium
The Bearded One flies into Volcanoes Stadium and is greeted by hundreds of kids eager to share their Christmas wishes.
NEWS December 6
Rent discussion ends in whimper
A number of issues tie the city's hands, but councilors opt to continue conversations.
NEWS December 6
Council nixes plans to upsize accessory dwelling units
Council keeps size restrictions on accessory dwelling units despite planning commission recommendation to allow larger units.
NEWS December 6
Keizer police plan push to prevent theft of presents
KPD plans a variety of ways to deter package theft in Keizer, but they need residents' help in reaching their goal.
NEWS December 6
Flipping the switch
Keizer Chamber lights up Keizer Christmas tree with some help from two lucky kids.
NEWS December 6
Pipe bursts sparking downpour inside MHS
Water temporarily floods a stairwell, but clean-up was mercifully simple.
NEWS December 6
‘Double-Double’ traffic will snake through stadium lot
With final hurdles clear at the city level, In-N-Out can now open whenever it chooses.
COMMUNITY December 6
Toy Swap at Faith Lutheran Saturday
Recycle and upcycle old toys at event hosted by Faith Lutheran Church.
SPORTS December 6
NOW PLAYING: ‘Christmas show for grown-ups'
Traditionally, Keizer Homegrown Theater has family-friendly productions fill up the majority of their season. However, Linda Baker, who is the founder of the theater and director of the show, decided to go in a different direction for the final program of the year.
NEWS December 6
Cuffed in Keizer: Nov. 18 - Nov. 30
Mugshots and more about some of the recent arrests in Keizer.
COMMUNITY December 6
Former KAA director featured in Tualatin
Sharon George Diebal lands a featured spot at the Tualatin library.
NEWS December 6
Police calls: Nov. 25 - Dec. 2
The weekly round-up of police activity in Keizer.
SPORTS December 6
Volcanoes set to take part in Latin outreach program in 2020
SPORTS December 5
Celts look to build on last season’s success
Although they weren’t able to send an athlete to state, both of McNary’s boys and girls swim teams finished with a 5-2 record in dual meets last season. And with the majority of kids coming back on each squad, head coach Casey Lewin believes that this could be a a big year for the Celtics program.
SPORTS December 5
Rios establishes himself as a top recruit
McNary linebacker Dyami Rios has taken unofficial visits to four Pac-12 schools so far this fall.

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