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Mar 2 2020 thru Mar 8 2020

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OPINION March 7
Agenda order is a suggestion
The Keizertimes voices its opinion on City Council's sometimes rigid agendas.
OPINION March 7
Letter: The lost art of thankfulness
Judy Chappell used to live in Keizer. She now currently resides Libertytown, Md.
COMMUNITY March 7
More curb improvement headed to River Road
The Keizer City Council awarded a contract to R&R General Contracting to bring curb ramps and pedestrian traffic signals into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
NEWS March 6
Keizer fire releases second wave of bonds
At their regular monthly board meeting on Tuesday Feb. 18, the Keizer Fire District Board of Directors approved the bank financing of the second series of bonds in the current strong financial market and increase the value of the bonds, whiles saving taxpayers money in rates, term, and interest.
NEWS March 6
Cuffed in Keizer
COMMUNITY March 6
Busch honored with regional award
Colleen Busch, the Keizer-area director on the Cherriots board of directors, was recently honored with the Mid-Willamette Valley Council of Governments Chairs’ Choice Award.
NEWS March 6
Delight pathway contract awarded
The Keizer City Council awarded a contract to construct a 10-foot wide asphalt pathway along the west side of Delight Street North at a meeting Monday, March 3.
NEWS March 6
Chick-fil-yay?
While Chick-fil-A may still materialize, it is far from certain and a map supposedly showing the location being circulated on social media sites doesn’t match up with any in the city’s possession.
COMMUNITY March 6
Even without PTSD, re-entry can be rough for vets
"A mile in their boots" is a new Keizertimes series featuring the lives of veterans while they were in the service after they came home. Know a veteran who'd be willing talk about their time in the service? Contact [email protected]
SPORTS March 5
A bucket of luck
OPINION March 5
Public health officials can beat COVID-19 - if the WH lets them
NEWS March 5
Traffic court
NEWS March 5
Police scanner Monday, Feb. 24 - Sunday, March 1
COMMUNITY March 5
Longtime Boucher co-owner retires
Steve Boucher, who is the son of store founders Ray and Louise, has been working at Boucher Jewelers for the last 42 years. But on Monday, March 2, Boucher worked his final shift at Keizer’s first jewelry store and is now looking forward to his next stage of life — retirement.
SCHOOLS March 5
Clear Lake school leads Keizer elementaries
Along with having the highest marks in Keizer among elementary schools, Clear Lake was the only school in the city to experience growth in math and language arts.
SPORTS March 4
McNary falls flat in second half against South Salem
McNary had the score within six early in the third quarter, but second-ranked South Salem outscored the Celtics 38-11 in the last 13 minutes of the game to earn the 83-50 victory in the regular season finale on Friday Feb. 29.
SPORTS March 4
Saxons spoil Celtics senior night
McNary failed to reach the 30-point mark for just the second time in the conference season as the sixth-ranked Saxons defeated the Celtics 56-29 on Friday, Feb. 29.
SPORTS March 4
Ruberto and Villavazo pick up wins at state
Although they weren’t able to get anyone to the podium, the Celtics got multiple match victories form sophomore Aldo Villavazo and freshman Hunter Ruberto.
NEWS March 3
Silverton PD sergeant arrested in domestic violence incident
Sgt. Rene Bravo had to be subdued by a K9 officer after barricading himself in a west Keizer home. The man's wife and two children, as well as neighbors, had to be evacuated by police.
NEWS March 3
Two indicted for Keizer Station murder
Two men have been indicted for the murder of 21-year-old Oscar Martinez whose body was found in a smashed van last month. Court documents make it appear like a drug deal gone bad.
FreeCORNAVIRUS OUTBREAK March 2
Coronavirus: What to know and what to do
State and local agencies are on the case as fears of the virus mount.

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