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FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK April 17
How to make a face mask
A collection of how-to video instructions on mask-making for stitchers and non-sewers alike.
NEWS April 17
Two burglarize Menlo business, elude capture
Around midnight on Wednesday, April 8, two suspects burglarized a local business on Menlo Drive. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspects.
SCHOOLS April 17
MHS Seniors: BOLT ahead with a free classes at Chemeketa
Recent school closures have left seniors who had met graduation requirements with an abrupt end to their learning. Chemeketa Community College is offering those seniors free online courses to help fill the void.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK April 17
Local business owners feel fear and hope as a federal program runs out of money
The $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program was one of the key measures of the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act. After a rocky start, the program has run out of money. Now, business owners are looking to Congress for help.
COMMUNITY April 17
Standing together, 6 feet apart
Faculty and staff at Forest Ridge Elementary School put on a parade for students Wednesday, April 8. Students lined the streets and sidewalks to greet some familiar faces.
FreeCOMMUNITY April 17
What this newspaper means to me
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COMMUNITY April 17
Sign of the times
Carol Haben sent a message to neighbors and a reminder to everyone to wear masks when in public by outfitting one of her lawn ornaments with protective gear.
NEWS April 17
Sign up for business watch
Increased business closures due to COVID-19 have caused concern about theft and vandalism. Farmers Insurance Agent Gino Corridori is looking to form a Business Watch in Keizer.
FreeNEWS April 17
Help trash collectors with a few simple precautions
The city waste collectors are facing new challenges in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Valley Recycling and Loren's Sanitation are putting new safety measures in place to keep their staff and community safe.
COMMUNITY April 17
Keizer B&G Club races to fill in the gaps
Like many other organizations, Keizer Boys & Girls Club has been filling the void of in-person gatherings with virtual offerings.
OBITUARY April 16
Thomas Arnold Berkeland
April 27, 1951 - April 1, 2020
OBITUARY April 16
Margaret Rose Knowlton
July 2, 1931 – April 2, 2020
NEWS April 16
Police calls April 5 - April 13
FIRE April 16
Keizer fire adapts to protect staff, community
KFD has been forced to make operational changes due to COVID-19.
SPORTS April 15
Youth baseball/softball planning for potential season
Keizer Little League and McNary Youth Baseball aren't giving up on their respective seasons.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK April 14
KeizerFEST postponed
The annual celebration of all things Keizer will take place in August instead of May.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK April 14
'Limited' forum to be held on city charter changes
To stay on track and put changes to the city charter in November, the Keizer Charter Review Committee is holding a modified public forum that will allow teleconferencing for public testimony.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK April 13
‘An absolute miracle’
Keizer woman recovers from near-death due to COVID-19, complications
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK April 13
Keizer recovery home has 14 cases of COVID-19
The Oaks at Sherwood Park makes statewide list of long-term care facilities with most COVID-19 cases.

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