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Feb. 29
New owners break ground at bowling alley
Feb. 29
Grassroots Government: The Keizer Planning Commission
The Keizer Planning Commission had its most recent meeting Wednesday, Feb. 12. Here is what was discussed:
NEWS Feb. 29
Board approves student investment account spending despite protests
Salem-Keizer School Board approved an estimated $35 million in Student Investment Account funding despite protest.
COMMUNITY Feb. 29
KT ON VACATION
You too can have your photo in the Keizertimes. Simply take the paper to your destination, snap a picture with you and your group holding it, and send the photo along with everyone’s first and last names to [email protected]
COMMUNITY Feb. 29
Pro Life rally planned in Salem March 8
Dr. Haywood Robinson, former abortion provider and director of medical affairs and education of the 40 Days for Life project, will tell the story of the effort in Salem on March 8.
COMMUNITY Feb. 29
MiyakoCon 5:2020
Rebeca Ernst, Leti Ernst, Kierra White and Ellora Thiebaud cosplayed as some of their favorite characters at MiyakoCon 5 Sunday, Feb. 23, at Keizer’s Quality Inn & Suites.
OPINION Feb. 29
Let the people decide
Publisher Lyndon Zaitz shares his opinion about the Republican walk-out.
COMMUNITY Feb. 28
Walk/run clinic kicks off at Gallagher Fitness
For the next 12 weeks, Gallagher Fitness is hosting a beginning walking and running clinic for women. The clinic helps participants progress to walking or running at a comfortable pace.
OPINION Feb. 28
From the capital: More than cap-and-trade
Bill Post represents House District 25. He can be reached at 503- 986- 1425 or via email at rep.bill- [email protected] oregonlegislature.gov.
NEWS Feb. 28
A brief history of Keizer library efforts
Wanting a library in Keizer is nothing new, this is a wrap up of library efforts from the last 20 years.
OPINION Feb. 28
Letter: Where are you America?
Judy Chappell, former Keizer Resident, sent her letter to the editor to express her opinion about the two major political parties.
COMMUNITY Feb. 28
Celtic One Acts take stage
McNary High School is holding their seventh annual One Act Festival. Performances will continue at Feb. 28-29 at Ken Collins Theatre at 7 p.m.
COMMUNITY Feb. 28
Keizer Christian’s roots in city grow deep
This is the first installment in The Keizertimes series: Matters of Faith. This week features Keizer Christian Church.
OPINION Feb. 28
Proposed budget cuts will hurt economy
Gene H. McIntyre lives in Keizer. He shares his opinion frequently in the Keizertimes.
NEWS Feb. 28
Residents plead for better traffic management
Residents from various parts of Keizer expressed concerns about speeding through residential areas at the Traffic Safety, Pedestrian and Bikeways Committee meeting on Thursday, Feb. 13.
COMMUNITY Feb. 28
Calendar for March 15 - April 12
OPINION Feb. 28
Trump’s own criminal justice reform
OBITUARY Feb. 28
Karl L. Schmerber II
November 2, 1932 – February 13, 2020
NEWS Feb. 28
Traffic Court
NEWS Feb. 28
Police calls Feb. 10 - Feb. 23
NEWS Feb. 28
Dreaming of a Public library
New effort to bring a public library to Keizer begins.
FIRE Feb. 27
KFD planning for more growth over next decade
In order to keep up with the consistent increase in call volume they have received over the last decade, Keizer Fire District hopes to have logistical changes come to the department in the years to come.
COMMUNITY Feb. 27
Monday, March 2, city council agenda
SPORTS Feb. 27
Celtics pick up impressive victory over Royal Scots
McNary scored a season-high 66 points in their rout of McKay.
SPORTS Feb. 27
McNary proves to be too much for McKay
The Celtics outscored McKay 30-15 in the second quarter.
SPORTS Feb. 26
Brouse taking over Celts girls soccer program
Lauren Brouse is a McNary alum and played for the Celtics girls soccer program from 2008 to 2011. She is the leading scorer in program history with 41 goals and 41 assists.

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