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Feb 10 2020 thru Feb 16 2020

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NEWS February 15
Cuffed in Keizer
OPINION February 15
LETTER: Bring cursive back to schools
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COMMUNITY February 15
Jazzed
The McNary Jazz 1 Band took third place in the High School Heavy Division at the West Salem Jazz Festival on Saturday, Feb. 8. Over 35 jazz bands from Oregon and Washington competed at the festival.
OPINION February 15
LETTER: Trump and Pelosi no handshake
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OPINION February 15
The science of carbon dioxide
Gene H. McIntyre lives in Keizer. He shares his opinion frequently in the Keizertimes.
OPINION February 15
Netflix’s Bojack gives new meaning to animation for adults
T.J. Reid reviews Netflix's Bojack Horseman's six seasons.
COMMUNITY February 15
Traffic Court
COMMUNITY February 15
Police calls: Sunday, Feb. 2 - Sunday, Feb. 9.
NEWS February 14
TimberUnity
COMMUNITY February 14
Schools unveil plan to reach underserved students
At the Feb. 11 Board of Directors meeting, the Student Investment Account Task Force presented its recommendations to help underserved segments of the student body to SKPS Superintendent Christy Perry.
COMMUNITY February 14
Photo lesson at Keizer library
The Keizer Community Library will host a free workshop covering digital photography.
COMMUNITY February 14
Keizer kid’s hot cocoa stand pays off in pajamas for others
Local elementary schooler raised money to buy pajamas for foster kids by running a hot chocolate stand.
NEWS February 14
Pedestrian killed on River Road
A 53-year-old woman was killed while crossing River Road North Tuesday, Feb. 11. Impairment not suspected.
NEWS February 14
2 held on drug charges may have homicide connection
Police have in custody two men who may be connected to the death by gunshot of a victim found in the parking lot of the Starbucks in Keizer Station.
COMMUNITY February 14
Mark your calendars for civic center clean-up
The Keizer Rotary Club will partner with the Claggett Creek Watershed Council to hold the Keizer Community Center cleanup on Saturday, March 14.
NEWS February 14
KPD officer loses cancer battle
Funeral procession and public memorial are scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 6.
COMMUNITY February 13
Wearing it well
Keizer Homegrown Theatre premieres new show, Love, Loss, and What I Wore.
NEWS February 13
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SPORTS February 13
Johnson introduced as new NWL President
In his more than 30 years as a general manager, North Johnson has been named the MiLB Executive of the Year three times (1988, 1995, 2000).
COMMUNITY February 13
Bowling alley changes hands after 53 years
Valor Mentoring, a non-profit organization in Salem, will be taking over operations at Town & Country Lanes. There will be a groundbreaking celebration at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 19.
SPORTS February 12
Celts comeback falls short against Titans
The Celtics had a chance to win twice in the final seconds, but both shots were off the mark as McNary fell to West Salem by a score of 68-66 on Tuesday, Feb. 11.
SPORTS February 12
McNary gets convincing win over Summit
Leah Doutt led the way with 20 points and five assists and Kennedy Buss chipped in with 11 points on 3-of-5 shooting from behind the arc as McNary picked up their third win in league play with a 54-37 victory over Summit.
COMMUNITY February 12
Charter task force backs Sec. 44 deletion
Section 44 prohibits the city from extending minority status to individuals based on sexual orientation and expending funds that “promote homosexuality or express approval of homosexual behavior.”
COMMUNITY February 12
Tuesday, Feb. 18 city council agenda

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