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Apr 20 2020 thru Apr 26 2020

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OPINION April 25
Tiger King: Yes, it’s bonkers
T.J. Reid frequently reviews original creations from Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu for the Keizertimes. This week he shares his impression of Netflix's Tiger King: Murder. Mayhem and Madness.
COMMUNITY April 25
KT ON VACATION
You too can have your photo in the Keizertimes. Simply take the paper to your destination, snap a picture with you and your group holding it, and send the photo along with everyone’s first and last names to [email protected]
NEWS April 24
Keizertimes voter guide
Next week, Keizer voters will begin receiving their ballots for the March elections and primaries. All elections matter and, rather than regurgitating talking points, Keizertimes is looking at the types of decisions made at each level of government as a reminder that each vote can have lasting effects.
NEWS April 24
9 Winners only
City will offer business grants, but disappointment will reign
NEWS April 24
Chicken broods can grow
Ducks added to the mix of backyard birds, the council approves up to six chickens per household. Council rules do not supersede homeowners associations.
COMMUNITY April 24
Chemawa biz offers on-demand bagged ice
Chemawa Deli & Market is offering fresh-bagged ice at a self-service station outside the market.
COMMUNITY April 24
Gaming club staying connected online
Since schools will not be meeting through the end of the school year after school clubs had to find an alternative to meeting in person. The Satellite Gaming Club has been meeting over twitch.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK April 24
Avamere reports 1 COVID-19 infection
Two long-term facilities in Keizer have documented cases of COVID-19 infections according to a list released by the state of Oregon Friday, April 17.
COMMUNITY April 24
Latinx students rewarded for scholarship
Keizer's Latino Action Committee honored 20 McNary High School seniors with $300 scholarships, drive thru style, on Tuesday, April 21.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK April 23
COVID-19 cases spike in Marion County, cause remains under investigation
NEWS April 23
Police calls April 12 - April 19
NEWS April 23
Keizer man charged with unlawful use of a weapon and reckless endangering
Domestic disturbance on April 22 lead to the arrest of a Keizer man.
SCHOOLS April 23
Distance learning shifts into full gear at schools
Even though it can be a daily challenge, elementary school teachers across Keizer are continuing to find ways to teach and interact with their young students.
SPORTS April 23
Bonn earns recognition for athletic and academic success
Kyle Bonn, a McNary alum, was one of two Willamette football players to qualify for the Hampshire Honor Society class of 2020, which is sponsored by the National Football Foundation.
SPORTS April 22
Tennis served as a teacher for Haymowicz
As the only four-year player in the McNary girls tennis program, Haymowicz was named a team captain for the 2020 season. However, the spread of COVID-19 derailed the entire spring sports season.

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