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Mar 16 2020 thru Mar 22 2020

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COMMUNITY March 21
United Methodist focuses on ‘practical’ worship
The latest in the Keizertimes series Matters of Faith, a look at the various churches that call Keizer home.
NEWS March 21
How we let homelessness become a nationwide crisis
States were expected to pick up the slack when federal authorities retreated. They didn't.
NEWS March 20
Students: How to figure out where to go after graduation
The program manager of McNary's college and career center offers advice on choosing the right college.
NEWS March 20
Sidewalk savings plan will have to wait – for now
Repaving of River Road will prevent the city from embarking on other major street projects in the next year.
CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK March 20
Applying for unemployment if you've been impacted by COVID-19
Even if you've been temporarily laid off, you can still apply for benefits.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK March 20
Be wary of scammers in the coming days and weeks
If you have been victimized, report it to authorities.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK March 20
KPD continues to respond to all calls for service
Extra precautions are being taken, but operations are continuing as normal.
NEWS March 20
City may ease rules on backyard birds
With a cluck-cluck here and a quack-quack there.
NEWS March 20
Lack of shelter makes solvable problems nearly insurmountable
Sharon Pritchard's death on the streets of Keizer was predictable. She won't be the last.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK March 20
Help us cover the COVID-19 pandemic in Keizer
There are lots of ways you can assist our news efforts.
NEWS March 20
She died while homeless in Keizer, we found out who she was before that happened
Sharon Rene Pritchard was killed when she was struck by a vehicle on a Tuesday night in February.
COMMUNITY March 19
Wolverines give back
Whiteaker Middle School students serve at community dinner.
COMMUNITY March 19
Digging in at Civic Center
Volunteers turned out over the weekend for the annual clean-up of the Keizer Civic Center.
SPORTS March 19
MVC switching to six-game conference schedule in 2020
The Mountain Valley Conference will move to a six-game league schedule, meaning every team will play each other once during the regular season.
NEWS March 19
Bonds issued to purchase, maintain school buses
News from a recent meeting of the Salem-Keizer School Board.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK March 19
Watch for COVID-19 symptoms
What to look for and how to seek help.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK March 19
Childcare benefits expanded during COVID emergency
Changes take effect immediately to help families deal with crisis.
SPORTS March 19
Coburn leaving behind a lasting legacy at Whiteaker
The longtime Whiteaker teacher and coach will retire after 27 years at the school.
SPORTS March 18
Volcanoes release Campesinos jerseys
SPORTS March 18
Meithof tops MVC list of all-league honors
The McNary shooting guard was named the MVC co-player of the year after averaging over 23 points and 9 rebounds per game — both of which were the fourth best marks in the state.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK March 17
The Legislature is expected to convene to take up the coronavirus outbreak. But it's not clear what legislation will be considered
State leaders are waiting to see how what the federal response shapes up before lawmakers return for what's expected to be a focused session.
SPORTS March 17
Spring season suspended for prep sports
On Friday, March 13, the OSAA announced they were suspending interscholastic practices and contests for sports and activities for all member schools until at least March 31.
BOOK REVIEW March 17
The Presidential Fringe: Questing and Jesting for the Oval Office
Terri Schlichenmeyer is based in Wisconsin, she reviews books for the Keizertimes and other outlets.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK March 16
COVID-19 fears rock Keizer
Public utilities, local government and other public services are all taking steps to adapt during the coronavirus pandemic. Concerns over spread of virus empties shelves, limits services.

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