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OPINION Apr. 11
With two seasons already, new take on Lost in Space will help you fill time
While not overly impressed with the Netflix adaptation of Lost in Space, T.J. Reid thinks it can kill a few hours of quarantine. Reid often reviews shows and movies for the Keizertimes.
OPINION Apr. 11
LETTER: Returning snowbirds and COVID-19
Keizer resident, Gene Mcintyre, expresses concern over Oregon residents coming back from their winter homes in warmer states.
OPINION Apr. 11
LETTER: Mark Gamba for Congress
Salem local, Niki Falardeau, endorses Milwaukie Mayor mark Gamba for Oregon's Congressional 5th district.
COMMUNITY Apr. 11
Rotary raffle winners drawn
Keizer Rotary Club livestreamed the Go for the Golf Raffle event on Saturday, April 4. Grand prize winner Les Zaitz opted for cash equivalent rather than gold and silver.
FreeNEWS Apr. 10
Governor urges use of homemade face masks
Oregon Governor Kate Brown urges public to wear some type of mask when out in public. CDC guidelines say cloth masks will keep infected people from spreading the virus, though they can't protect healthy people from catching it.
Apr. 10
3 wars in 30 years Keizer vet has seen it all
Fourth installment in Keizertimes series "A Mile in Their Boots." This series focuses on the lives of Keizer veterans and active duty military. Are you or someone you know willing to talk about your time in the service? Contact Lauren Murphy at [email protected]
Free Apr. 10
Warmline can connect you to local assistance
Marion County Health & Human Services established a warmline for community help and resources. The warmline is not intended to replace a crisis hotline.
NEWS Apr. 10
Police: Lock your car doors, thefts trending upward
A recent rash of car thefts urges KPD to remind residents to remove valuables from their cars and lock them at night.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK Apr. 10
COVID-19 supplies can be donated at St. Ed's
Marion County establishes donation site at St. Edward Catholic Church. Food, toilet paper, homemade masks, baby items pet food and personal care/hygiene items are needed.
COMMUNITY Apr. 10
‘Business as usual’ tactics help students succeed in online school
Keizertimes reporter and local college student, Lauren Murphy, shares tips for successful online learning.
FreeCOMMUNITY Apr. 10
Boredom-busting resources to pass the isolation hours
Keizertimes staff rounded up a collection of sites and services to help fight the stay-at-home boredom and blues.
NEWS Apr. 10
Chemeketa offers help as distance learning becomes the norm
Chemeketa created a Remote Learning Hub for students new to distance learning as they will not be returning to the college campus for Spring term.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK Apr. 10
Spring sports fall victim to COVID-19
Student athletes benched until fall.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK Apr. 10
School's out, distance learning takes center stage
Schools will focus on tele-learning for the remainder of school year.
NEWS Apr. 10
SAIF stand up assistance fund
Oregon’s worker compensation insurance company is creating a $10 million coronavirus worker safety fund to limit the exposure some businesses are feeling as a result of the pandemic.
NEWS Apr. 10
Public works crews adapt, major projects on track
Keizer Public Works modified its operations in response to the COVID-19 crisis. Stricter cleaning of public spaces and work equipment helps limit exposure.
FreeNEWS Apr. 10
Schools won’t reopen until fall
Oregon students will not be returning to the classroom this academic year.
NEWS Apr. 9
Police calls March 31 - April 5
OBITUARY Apr. 9
Henry “Hank” William Kimball
Dec, 3, 1940 - March 25, 2020
OPINION Apr. 9
Will we be the same America?
SPORTS Apr. 8
OSAA preparing for different scenarios
Even though the spring sports season will likely get canceled due to the coronavirus, the OSAA executive board is still weighing their options.
SPORTS Apr. 8
COVID-19 shakes up Cepeda’s softball plans
McNary senior Alexa Cepeda will continue her career at Portland State University, but her time as a prep player has likely come to an end due to the coronavirus.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK Apr. 7
Gubser faculty, staff parade for students
Gubser teachers and coworkers hit the street to put on a parade for students Tuesday, April 7.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK Apr. 7
MCFD1 donated ventilators to Salem Health
Five ventilators owned by Marion County Fire District #1 will help coronavirus patients at Salem Hospital.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK Apr. 7
SKPS will distribute Chromebooks again April 10
Roughly half of the student enrollment in SPKS have needed district-supplied laptops to participate in distance learning.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK Apr. 7
Brown backs wearing masks in public
Gov. Kate Brown suggests wearing mask to prevent virus spread.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK Apr. 6
Teacher parades planned
Forest Ridge and Gubser elementary teachers will tour their service areas this week and greet students from a distance.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK Apr. 6
Keizertimes launches fund drive to sustain news operations; keep free information available
The Keizertimes has created a special news fund to sustain coverage of the COVID-19 pandemic. Donations are now tax deductible - and vital to continue to provide vital information free to any citizen that wants it.

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