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Jan 13 2020 thru Jan 19 2020

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COMMUNITY January 18
Traffic court
OPINION January 18
The danger in fewer regulations
(Gene H. McIntyre lives in Keizer and shares his opinion frequently in the Keizertimes.)
OPINION January 18
MLK's passion for justice was not synonymous with defeating an enemy
OPINION January 18
Future not so rosy
Publisher Lyndon Ziatz shares his opinion on the grim outlook from the city council work session.
COMMUNITY January 18
A year later, St. Monica's is home to 11 families, 16 kids
St. Monica Apartments provide low-income housing for single mothers with young children. Since they open in 2018 they have provided homes for 11 families with children ranging from 1 to 8 years old.
COMMUNITY January 17
Keizer author at community library
Christel Jonge Vos will read from her books and answer questions tonight (Friday, Jan. 17) at the Keizer Community Library.
NEWS January 17
Traffic troubles: Police do what they can, 'problems’ are frequently in the eye of beholder
“The problems tend to be from about 5 percent of drivers who will keep doing the same things no matter how many tickets we give them,” said Lt. Trevor Wenning.
NEWS January 17
Traffic troubles: Residents see speed, enforcement as the problem
Throughout 2019, concerns over neighborhood speeds were raised throughout the city. Two presidents of neighborhood associations want their groups to be the first stop.
NEWS January 17
Charter Review Committee: How much council crime is too much?
Committee debates the inclusion of "misdemeanors" among other language in the city's founding document.
SPORTS January 17
Fourth quarter rally puts McNary over the edge
The Celtics erased a 10-point fourth quarter deficit to defeat Forest Grove 58-57 on Friday, Jan. 10.
NEWS January 17
Police calls: Jan. 1 - Jan. 8
The weekly round-up of police activities
NEWS January 17
Council confronts the costs of growing city staff
Additional code enforcement officer(s), human resource software package are at top of list for councilors despite budget concerns.
SPORTS January 17
McNary swim splits dual meet with Sprague
The Celtics came away with a split in their dual meet with Sprague on Thursday, Jan. 9 as the girls team defeated the Olympians 92-60 while the boys lost 104-62.
COMMUNITY January 16
Mental health film screens at Grand Theatre
The Salem Progressive Film Series pairs documentaries with dynamic speakers to spread ideas, create discussion and inspire action. The next film in the series, Bedlam, will be screened on Tuesday, Jan. 21 at The Grand Theatre.
COMMUNITY January 16
New First Citizen will be honored Sat.
COMMUNITY January 16
Keizer author at community library
Keizer Community Library hosts local author, Friday, Jan. 17.
NEWS January 16
Chemeketa marks MLK Day with lecture
Dr. Julius McGee will cover early exclusion policies to their present-day effects.
COMMUNITY January 16
Police scanner Wednesday, Jan. 1 - Wednesday, Jan. 8
SCHOOLS January 16
WMS enrichment offerings cut
The Salem-Keizer Education Foundation announced in December that Whiteaker, along with Crossler, Leslie, Judson, Walker and Straub would no longer have Enrichment Academies available at their schools after winter break.
SPORTS January 16
PGA professional joins McNary Golf Club
NEWS January 16
Federal grant will fund Wheatland Road study
No improvements are currently slated, but study will produce a plan for when it happens.
SPORTS January 15
Celts earn first conference dual victory
In their first action after the holiday break, the McNary wrestling squad won their first Mountain Valley Conference dual meet of the season on Thursday, Jan. 9, defeating McKay 46-29.
NEWS January 15
Salem film series dives into mental health crisis
Screening of the documentary Bedlam planned along with guest speakers.
BIRTH January 14
Henry Michael Free
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NEWS January 14
Cherriots adds free wifi to all bus routes
New amenities and schedules have bumped up ridership 6.4 percent since September.
COMMUNITY January 13
Elks feed 225 local families
Effort was part of an annual giving campaign for local fraternal organization.

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