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Jan 27 2020 thru Feb 2 2020

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BUSINESS February 1
Lunch with lawmakers
The Keizer Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon was dedicated to legislative updates on the upcoming short session.
NEWS February 1
Task force set to wrap up charter draft review
The Charter Review Task Force plans to finish the first review of the city charter and a discussion of the anti-LGBTQ+ language it contains is likely.
OPINION February 1
What Canada can teach us about health care
Gene H. McIntyre lives in Keizer. He shares his opinion frequently in the Keizertimes.
COMMUNITY February 1
Celebrate heart health throughout February
Salem Health's plans to celebrate heart health with the community during the month of February.
OPINION February 1
Thoughts on the short session
Keizertimes publisher Lyndon Zaitz shares his thoughts on legislative short session
NEWS January 31
Cuffed in Keizer
Mugshots and criminal histories of some of those arrested in Keizer recently.
COMMUNITY January 31
Celebrate heart health throughout February
Heart health events are being planned throughout February by Salem Health.
COMMUNITY January 31
Sangsters see more on horizon after 1st Citizen
Hersch and Mary Ann Sangster reflect on decades of service to the Keizer community.
NEWS January 31
MCFD1 will seek levy increase
Marion County Fire District No. 1 will seek a new operating levy to bolster it's personnel and equipment capabilities.
NEWS January 31
Police calls Jan. 19 - Jan. 26
The weekly round-up of police activity in Keizer.
NEWS January 31
Long-term leases are shopped around, again
Some residents of area manufactured home parks are being encouraged to sign long-term leases. A Salem attorney advises against it.
SCHOOLS January 30
McNary grad rates among highest in district
McNary's graduation rate in 2019 was at 90.78 percent. It was the second-highest rate in the district and almost 11 percent higher than the state average. It's also McNary's best graduation rate in more than a decade.
SPORTS January 30
McNary earns second straight MVC dual victory
SPORTS January 29
Changes coming to youth football?
The future of youth football in Keizer isn’t in jeopardy, but there is a chance that it could look different in the years to come.
NEWS January 29
Former MHS teacher, coach arrested after restaurant altercation
Trisha Ebbs was taken to Marion County Jail after allegedly verbally assaulting a sexual assault victim at Keizer Station Hop N Drops.

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