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Mar 23 2020 thru Mar 29 2020

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COMMUNITY Mar. 27
Keizer vet found new battlefield at home
The latest in our series, A Mile in Their Boots, featuring National Guardsman RJ Navarro.
FreeCOMMUNITY Mar. 27
Keizer ATA offering virtual classes to all takers
Owner Carson Clews saw rapid success with existing students and is inviting more to participate as COVID-19 lingers on.
COMMUNITY Mar. 27
Keizer Elks dig deep for veterans home
Keizer lodge joins others for a rapidfire response to veterans home crisis
FreeNEWS Mar. 27
City finances already feeling COVID pinch
City officials look for ways to ease burdens on residents and tighten Keizer's budget belt.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK Mar. 26
Hospital brace for crisis, but modeling shows we can nip need
A new statewide plan is unveiled for dealing with the crisis. Staying at home, limiting contact can reduce need 15-fold.
FreeCOMMUNITY Mar. 26
Food bank scrambles to meet local need
“With the grocery shelves becoming bare, it’s become a little bit crazy,” said Jim Johnson, a spokesperson for the Keizer Community Food bank.
FreeNEWS Mar. 26
Underlying conditions that exacerbate COVID infection
Take extra caution if you have any of the conditions identified by the Oregon Health Authority.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK Mar. 26
What's open in Keizer
As Oregon moves from pause to freeze, here's a long list of what businesses are still open in Keizer. We are still adding to this list, but if you notice we've forgotten someone, please send an email to [email protected]
FreeCOMMUNITY Mar. 26
Help Salem Health make 10K masks
Salem Health is offering the materials, but they need those with sewing know-how to make it happen.
SPORTS Mar. 26
Graf stepping down from Volcanoes
Mitche Graf served as the president of business operations for the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes for just over a year.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK Mar. 26
Running low on supplies, Salem Health stops coronavirus testing at clinics, emergency room
Salem's largest healthcare provider said it can't continue testing patients for flu or COVID-19 until supplies are re-stocked.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK Mar. 26
Two Cherriots drivers test positive for COVID-19
Salem’s transit agency confirmed two of its drivers have been confirmed infected with the disease but otherwise would provide no information to the public about which routes were involved.
SPORTS Mar. 26
OSAA not ready to give up on spring sports
Prep sports are suspended until April 28, but OSAA staff is still trying to save the spring season from being canceled.
SCHOOLS Mar. 25
SKPS school board meets to address statewide closures
The closure means that the district will go 27 days without school and that approximately 41,000 local students will either be at home or in daycare
SPORTS Mar. 25
When the sports world goes dark...
The Keizertimes associate editor gives his perspective of the cancellation of sporting events.
COMMUNITY Mar. 24
Keizer man’s Air Force career lets him serve in unique ways
The latest installment in the Keizertimes series, A Mile in Their Boots, featuring Keizer veterans and active duty military personnel.
NEWS Mar. 24
2020 Census roll out begins
Census questionnaire can be completed online at 2020census.gov
FreeNEWS Mar. 23
Keizer declares state of emergency
All Oregonians told to stay at home
COMMUNITY Mar. 23
Four Celts land full ride Act Six scholarships
Scholarships will cover students full need to attend Oregon-based Christian colleges.

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