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Dec 9 2019 thru Dec 15 2019

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OPINION Dec. 14
Democrat’s diversity—in the back
OPINION Dec. 14
Cupboards are bare
This time of year we are mindful of helping food-insecure households, but hunger is not a seasonal problem.
COMMUNITY Dec. 14
KT on vacation
COMMUNITY Dec. 14
Artists: Design the city’s 2020 holiday card
COMMUNITY Dec. 14
Mr. Walker goes to Washington
On Tuesday, Dec. 3, Jerry Walker, owner of the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes, traveled to Washington D.C. to participate in congressional efforts to protect the future of the Volcanoes, as well as the other 41 minor league teams across the country that could be facing elimination.
OBITUARY Dec. 13
Jean Rogers Barry Feb. 1, 1920- Oct. 9, 2019
Jean Rogers Barry recently passed away at the age of 99.
OPINION Dec. 13
Compassion needed for homeless
Gene H. McIntyre lives in Keizer. He shares his opinion frequently in the Keizertimes.
SPORTS Dec. 13
Celtics come away with a pair of wins at Jerry Lane
McNary picked up their two dual victories against Glencoe and Cleveland.
OPINION Dec. 13
In-N-Out traffic
Readers responded to the Keizertimes article about how In-N-Out and the city will deal with expected traffic when the restaurant opens in Keizer Station.
COMMUNITY Dec. 13
Getting to know our neighbors
Reporter Lauren Murphy has been visiting Keizer’s retirement communities with the purpose of getting to know some of our seniors, the lives they’ve lived and what they are up to now.
SPORTS Dec. 13
McNary swimmers compete at Salem-Keizer Relay event
While this meet was treated as an exhibition, McNary head coach Casey Lewin appreciated that the event helped ease his kids back into competition mode.
SPORTS Dec. 13
Cepeda and Ebbs are Division I bound
Alexa Cepeda, who is entering her senior season with McNary, will continue her softball career at Portland State University after officially signing with the Vikings last month. Ebbs, a junior at McNary, gave her verbal commitment to the University of Kentucky last month as well.
SPORTS Dec. 13
Defense key in McNary’s victory over McMinnville
The Celtics tenacious full-court press gave McMinnville fits for the majority of the night as the Celtics moved to 2-0 on the season with a 53-38 victory over the Grizzlies on Tuesday, Dec. 10.
NEWS Dec. 13
Keizer schools lag behind state averages (mostly)
Break down of the Oregon Department on Education report cards.
COMMUNITY Dec. 13
‘The Snowman’s Dance’ takes the stage
Photos from City Dance Theater's annual 'The Snowman's Dance' at McNary High School Saturday, Dec. 7.
COMMUNITY Dec. 13
Swapping old and new-ish
COMMUNITY Dec. 13
Keizer Fire District brings Santa to town Sunday
COMMUNITY Dec. 13
Parade hits River Road Saturday
The Keizer Chamber of Commerce is hosting the Toys and Tinsel Parade this Saturday, Dec. 14.
COMMUNITY Dec. 13
Breaking ground at Chemawa Station
COMMUNITY Dec. 12
In-N-Out is here
In-N-Out Burger in Keizer Station officially opened its doors on the morning of Thursday, Dec. 12 to a pack of hungry customers, many of whom camped out overnight to be one of the first ones to get their hands on a double-double.
BUSINESS Dec. 11
Keizer insurance agent plans to 'donate' his spot in burger line
And so it begins ...
OPINION Dec. 9
Stop fighting, start working for solutions
OPINION Dec. 9
If MLB drops the Volcanoes, what then?
What's Your View?
OPINION Dec. 9
Alieving rent burden up to all of us
Commentary on the rent burden across the country, and across Keizer.
COMMUNITY Dec. 9
Pitch in to finish off Giving Baskets this week
The Keizer Network of Women needs all hands on deck to sort food, wrap gifts.

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