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Feb 3 2020 thru Feb 9 2020

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NEWS Feb. 8
MCFD1 moves levy to ballot
Marion County fire officials take the next step toward putting the decision to voters.
OPINION Feb. 8
State of the Union as reality TV entertainment
Keizertimes Publisher Lyndon Zaitz, shares his opinion on the theatrics at the State of the Union Speech.
OBITUARY Feb. 8
Annabelle Lee Standish Austad Delapp
August 14, 1939 – January 31, 2020
OPINION Feb. 8
The little-known origins of Valentine’s Day
Gene H. McIntyre lives in Keizer. He shares his opinion frequently in the Keizertimes.
OBITUARY Feb. 8
Leland “Lee” Lavelle Carter
Nov. 27, 1937 – Jan. 30, 2020
OPINION Feb. 8
Antidote to winter doldrums
Keizertimes Publisher suggests seeing live theater for entertainment in the winter months.
COMMUNITY Feb. 8
Traffic court
COMMUNITY Feb. 7
Salem-Keizer School District plans suicide prevention trainings
On Wednesday, Feb. 12, Salem-Keizer Public Schools (SKPS) will be hosting a free suicide prevention training, Question, Persuade and Refer (QPR) session at Claggett Creek Middle School,1810 Alder Dr. N.E. at 5:30 p.m.
COMMUNITY Feb. 7
Officer’s cancer battle takes turn for worse
Officer Dan Carroll is continuing to fight esophageal cancer that has spread to other areas of his body.
COMMUNITY Feb. 7
Police Scanner Tuesday, Jan. 28 - Saturday, Feb. 1
COMMUNITY Feb. 7
Chemeketa hosts night of international performances
Chemeketa’s International Programs will host the 10th annual International Night Friday, Feb. 21, from 6 to 9 p.m. The theme for this year is the Heroes of The World.
COMMUNITY Feb. 7
Bobba tea, fried squid and so much more now at T4
Taiwan-based company opens newest franchise location in Keizer Station. Offerings range from milk tea to potstickers.
COMMUNITY Feb. 7
Best of Show
McNary High School senior Serena Marino took Best in Show at a Keizer Art Association awards ceremony Saturday, Feb. 1. Marino’s winning entry was a graphite portrait of actress Zendaya.
COMMUNITY Feb. 7
Walery’s hosts Cook’s Night Off
The Keizer Chamber of Commerce Cook’s Night Off this month will be held at Walery’s Premium Pizza and is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 19.
COMMUNITY Feb. 7
Crosshill students collect PJs for foster kids
Crosshill Christian School gave a new meaning to pajama day by donating PJ's to foster kids.
NEWS Feb. 7
It’s not just you, lane stripes are hard to see
City officials are aware of the problem, but a fix is still a ways off.
NEWS Feb. 6
Man found dead of gunshot wound in Keizer Station
Police are investigating the death of a 21-year-old man found dead inside a van in the parking lot of the Keizer Station Starbucks.
SPORTS Feb. 6
Celts beat Sprague for first league win
McNary broke their four-game losing streak with a 40-27 victory over the Olympians.
COMMUNITY Feb. 6
Ready honored for care as volunteer
Tammy Ready was the recipient of the Service to Education Award at the 59th annual Keizer First Citizen & Awards Banquet on Saturday, Jan. 18.
SPORTS Feb. 6
Celts drop dual against South Salem
McNary went back and forth with South Salem for the majority of the night, but eventually, the Celtics wrestling squad fell to the Saxons 41-30 in a dual meet on Wednesday, Jan. 29.
SPORTS Feb. 6
Big fourth quarter puts McNary over the edge
Trailing 39-34 heading into the final period, the Celtics began the quarter on a 16-2 run, propelling themselves to the 56-49 victory over Sprague.
SPORTS Feb. 6
Celtics win final dual meet
McNary sweeps McKay in their final test before districts.
COLUMN Feb. 5
The legacy of Kobe
The Keizertimes associate editor weighs in on the tragic death of former NBA star Kobe Bryant.
NEWS Feb. 4
School board gets updates on district special projects
Work session was devoted to updates on some lesser-known efforts.
REVIEWS Feb. 3
Mandalorian is worth your time, Disney+ is meh overall
Keizertimes reviewer T.J. Reid say Disney+'s Mandolorian is good, but maybe not enough to subscribe to Disney+.
Community Feb. 3
Monday, Feb. 3 city council agenda

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