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Feb 17 2020 thru Feb 23 2020

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OPINION Feb. 22
Keizer kids come first
Publisher Lyndon Zaitz advocates for Keizer kids as Keizer Little League Park gets ready to be leased out (long-term) to an outside group.
NEWS Feb. 22
Cuffed in Keizer
Weekly wrap up of criminals arrested in Keizer
OPINION Feb. 22
Radioactive waste in Oregon
Gene H. McIntyre lives in Keizer. He shares his opinion frequently in the Keizertimes.
COMMUNITY Feb. 22
KLL Park management to be outsourced
After a year of talks the City Council voted to outsource operations of Keizer Little League Park.
COMMUNITY Feb. 22
Giving back
Members of the West Keizer Neighborhood Association have partnered with Copper Creek Merchantile to host a new food barrel for the Keizer Community Food Bank. Donations can be dropped off during regular store hours.
OBITUARY Feb. 22
Bill ‘Papa’ Gray
November 22, 1928 – February 6, 2020
NEWS Feb. 21
Keizer bullish on Bernie
ProPublica recently shared fourth quarter reports from every state’s campaign giving. Keizertimes culled the contributions from Keizer residents for this story.
COMMUNITY Feb. 21
KPD rolls out Citizens Academy
Keizer Police Department gives a dozen Keizer residents an insiders look into police work.
COMMUNITY Feb. 21
Celtics unleash the spectacle of Font Club: The Musical
McNary's Font Club found a unique way to raise money for a mission that's close to their heart, removing comic sans from buses.
COMMUNITY Feb. 21
Sodexo backs CTEC with $250K gift
Through a charitable donation by Sodexo, Salem-Keizer Public Schools’ (SKPS) Career and Technical Education Center (CTEC) is slated to receive a $250,000 donation to help fund the Culinary Arts program. The donation is being made to help assist in furthering their already successful program reach new heights.
COMMUNITY Feb. 21
Community Calender: Tuesday, Feb. 25 - Saturday, April 11
FIRE Feb. 21
Growing, aging population taxes KFD resources
Behind-the-scenes shifts help district meet needs.
COMMUNITY Feb. 21
Paper adds new sales rep
Keizertimes welcomes Stephanie Moss-Wittman aboard as the new advertising account representative.
OPINION Feb. 21
The four lawmen of the Apocalypse
COMMUNITY Feb. 21
Officer honored
Pictures from the funeral procession and service for Officer Dan Carroll on Tuesday, Feb. 18. Carroll lost an intense battle with cancer earlier this month.
SPORTS Feb. 20
McNary rolls at home against Mountain View
The Celtics remain in second place in the Mountain Valley Conference with their victory over the Cougars.
SPORTS Feb. 20
Celts send 12 wrestlers to podium at districts
The Celtics, who only placed five wrestlers last season, sent 12 of their 21 kids to the podium, which earned McNary a third-place finish at districts.
SPORTS Feb. 20
Celtics swim concludes season at MVC meet
The McNary boys took fifth place with 220 points while the Celtic girls placed sixth with 138 points.
SPORTS Feb. 19
Celts get upset over Bend
BOOK REVIEW Feb. 18
Salt River: A Doc Ford Novel by Randy Wayne White
NEWS Feb. 17
Council to discuss future of KLL Park Tuesday night
A task force recommended a long-term lease, but there was ample dissent even as it was forwarded to the council in January. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 18, public testimony on the proposed plan is welcome.

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