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Dec 30 2019 thru Jan 5 2020

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COMMUNITY January 4
KHT sets 2020 season, auditions
2020 season for Keizer Homegrown Theater will feature numerous roles for women.
OBIT January 4
Jill Marie Poole
July 8, 1946 - Dec. 25, 2019
OPINION January 4
Our family's 12 days of Christmas
Inspired by last week's, "A wish list of Keizer," by Andrew Jackson, of the Keizertimes, Christiana Kennedy and her family made their own Keizer wish list.
OPINION January 4
Fasten your seatbelts
Keizertimes publisher, Lyndon Zaitz, warns of the need for tolerance going into 2020.
COMMUNITY January 4
Netflix’s Witcher works best when it begs delving into source material
Jordan Reed watched and reviewed Netflix's The Witcher for the Keizertimes, this is what he thought.
Letter to the edior January 4
Mitigate climate change
COMMUNITY January 3
Modern scooter gives local man new independence
Leon Search's Q Pod turns heads when he's out around town.
COMMUNITY January 3
Tickets on sale for First Citizen banquet
Annual ceremony honoring those that embody "the Keizer Way" set for Jan. 18.
NEWS January 3
Council to consider ban on camping in public areas
Approval would follow in the steps of Salem and target area's homeless population.
OPINION January 3
A resolution fulfilled
Keizertimes managing editor, Eric A. Howald, shares how he fulfilled his year end's resolution.
COMMUNITY January 3
Visiting author reads at OSU
Zambian author Namweli Serpell will read and discuss her work in Corvallis.
COMMUNITY January 3
KT on vacation
Alex and Cathy Bales show off their Keizertimes at the Eiffel Tower in Paris on a recent trip to Scotland, England, France and Italy.
NEWS January 3
1 man, 3 teen victims, 14 months in prison
“All of these victims had difficulties at home, all of them were runaways. The defendant preyed on their vulnerability.” — Alexandra Overton, Deputy District Attorney
COMMUNITY January 2
A year of great loss — In Memoriam
Keizer lost a number of prominent residents in 2019. We remember their legacies as the year ends.
NEWS January 2
Volunteer to advise city officials
Open slots need to be filled on budget committee, points of interest committee and traffic safety committee.
COMMUNITY January 2
Exhibit reception and classes coming to Keizer Art Association
Fins, Feathers & Fur reception slated for Jan. 4.
COMMUNITY January 2
Last chance to recycle your tree, support local scouts
COMMUNITY January 1
KFD, Santa drop in with minty treats
Santa and the Keizer Fire District made their annual rounds despite a steady rain.
SPORTS December 31
The top 10 sports stories from 2019
The year 2019 was an eventful year for sports in the city of Keizer.
OPINION December 30
What does Matt Shea want?
Gene H. McIntyre lives in Keizer and shares his opinion frequently in the Keizertimes.
SPORTS December 30
Barker signs with Montana
SPORTS December 30
Meithof’s monster night spoiled by Mountainside
Despite an incredible 31-point performance from Nate Meithof, the Celtics couldn’t overcome committing 28 turnovers over the course of the contest as Mountainside ended the game on a 16-4 run to defeat McNary 60-58 on Tuesday, Dec. 17.
SPORTS December 30
West Salem defeats McNary in the pool
SPORTS December 30
Celts pick up first win against Madison
OPINION December 30
Kindness? Priceless...
Keizertimes Publisher, Lyndon Zaitz, reflects on 2019 and shares his hopes for kindness in 2020.
COMMUNITY December 30
Willamette Valley Hospice offers free volunteer training
Register now for Jan. 17 training session.

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