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May 11 2020 thru May 17 2020

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OPINION May 16
Nurses: the superheroes of our time
Keizertimes Publisher Lyndon Zaitz hails nurses as the superheroes of our time.
OPINION May 16
Everyone should get moving during COVID
Exercise has been proven to help mental and physical health. Gene H. McIntyre, who frequently shares his opinion with the Keizertimes, urges Keizerites to get moving to keep our minds and bodies sharp.
OPINION May 16
COVID recession shows need for changes
Paul Evans represents District 20 in the Oregon House of Representatives. In this article he urges three new policies in light of economic weaknesses exposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
OPINION May 16
Showing the nation how to vote
Lyndon Zaitz is the Publisher of the Keizertimes. In this article he urges the nation to adopt a vote-by-mail system the way Oregon has.
COMMUNITY May 15
At Latter-day Saints, service is key
Continuing with the Keizertimes series Matters of Faith, this week features the local Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK May 15
McDonald’s offers Happy Meals for kids of healthcare workers
Keizer McDonald’s locations are offering free Happy Meals for the children of healthcare workers through May 31.
NEWS May 15
River Road project will be city’s first to combine offices, housing
A new development near Sonic Drive-In on River Road North will be the first to take advantage of revised development standards that encourage placing residential spaces on top of commercial property.
FreeADVERTISEMENT May 15
The Pets We Love PHOTO CONTEST
Is your pet the cutest? How about the funniest?
NEWS May 15
Pandemic concerns make for static city budget
NEWS May 15
3 stabbed in south Keizer
On May 9, at about 10:47 p.m., Keizer Police officers responded to a report of a stabbing that occurred in the 4000 block of Holly Court N.E. Anyone with information about this case is asked to contact Det. Andy Phelps at 503- 856-3497.
CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK May 15
Modified community dinner planned
St. Edward's Catholic Church has adapted its community dinner plans to fit social distancing guidelines. Instead of eating the meal inside the church, participants will receive their food drive-thru style.
COMMUNITY May 15
Keizer church fosters community through gardening
Keizer Church of Christ invites neighbors and community members to garden with them. Their Neighborhood Garden is located next to the Keizer Little League Park.
NEWS May 15
Something wicked, sweet planned at Keizer Village
Katie and Michael Peters were in the process of opening a bakery in Keizer when the pandemic hit. Their opening plans have since been changed, but not abandoned.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK May 15
Civic Center reopens to public
As parts of the state open up on Friday, May 15, the City of Keizer is planning on opening up the Keizer Civic Center in its own four phase plan.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK May 14
Honoring Nurses - The heart of healthcare
These businesses salute our local nurses
SCHOOLS May 14
Sustaining school spirit when there’s no school
One of the big aspects of virtual learning is making sure that the school community remains in connection with each other. Ashley Gruber, Lexxy Johnson and Todd Layton have played big roles in fostering those connections at McNary for the last two months.
SPORTS May 14
Warner signs with Linfield
After receiving first-team all-league recognition during the 2019 volleyball season, McNary senior Zoie Warner officially signed with Linfield University to continue her academic and athletic career.
SPORTS May 14
MYB not ready to give up hope for potential season
The McNary Youth Baseball program, which is in its first year in the Clackamas County Junior Baseball Association (CCJBA), is still is hoping to facilitate some kind of abbreviated season, despite multiple programs in the league saying that they won’t be participating in any kind of baseball activities this season.
SPORTS May 13
OSAA weighing their options for the fall
Questions marks loom regarding the fall sports season.

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