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May 18 2020 thru May 24 2020

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NEWS May 22
MCFD1 levy failing, Keizer women dominate election results
Keizertimes wrap up of election results. Note results were gathered as of press time, Wednesday, May 20.
NEWS May 22
Man gets 25 years in death of 3 teens
A Salem man was convicted on three counts of first-degree manslaughter and sentenced to 25 years for a collision on the Salem Parkway that resulted in the deaths of three area teens.
NEWS May 22
In-person council meetings resume June 1
The Keizer City Council will return to in-person meetings beginning Monday, June 1.
OPINION May 22
Pitched as a comedy Upload has bigger ideas
T.J. Reid reviews original shows and movies for the Keizertimes. This week he looks at Amazon Prime's Upload
COMMUNITY May 22
Seniors get iris delivery despite lack of festival
KeizerFEST (formerly known as the Iris festival) would have been held last weekend. Though COVID-19 kept the scheduled festival from happening, it did not stop Keizerites from spreading joy.
NEWS May 22
St. Ed partners with USDA to distribute food
St. Edward Catholic Church will be distributing food boxes to people in need for the next five weeks. They are looking for a refrigerated trailer to aid their efforts. Can you lend one? Contact Bonny Henny 503-393-5323 ext. 303.
NEWS May 22
Food truck operators chug along on River Road
Keizertimes talked to the owners of the two food trucks parked alongside River Road. Though times are tough, owners remain optimistic that a bright future is just around the corner.
NEWS May 22
Business loan winners revealed
18 lucky businesses received a forgivable loan from the city. For other businesses that applied more help may be on the way from Business Oregon.
FreeNEWS May 22
Enchanted Child Care allowed to reopen two locations
An agreement with state officials requires that the owner not be present during child care and provides corrective actions be taken to address accusations that came to light earlier this week.
NEWS May 22
Keizer Chamber extends reach during pandemic
The Keizer Chamber of Keizer has been striving to help local businesses during this time of pandemic. They accepted a donation of face masks from the Board of Marion County Board of Commissioners to distribute to local businesses.
OBITUARY May 21
William (Bill) McDougall
Feb. 22, 1936 - April 17, 2020
NEWS May 21
Police calls from May 11 - May 17
FreeCOMMUNITY May 21
Kai rides again
Kai-Orn Ellertson, who was hit while crossing River Road North in October 2019 and made a miraculous recovery, received a replacement bike courtesy of the Salem Bicycle Club Thursday, May 21.
SPORTS May 21
Volcanoes plan for season with fan restriction
If the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes have a season this summer, there were likely be a limit on how many fans can be in the stands.
SPORTS May 20
KLL beginning to shift focus to fall season
Keizer Little League is the only District 7 program that hasn't officially cancelled their regular season.
SCHOOLS May 20
School district plans furloughs to meet expected budget cuts
The decision is expected to affect more than 4,000 local school employees and Salem-Keizer Public Schools is estimating they will save $8 million by the end of July.
FreeNEWS May 19
Keizer child care operation accused of mistreatment
Harsh physical discipline, verbal assault, confinement and keeping children from using the restroom are just a few of the charges being levied at Enchanted Child Care & Preschool. The owner's license to provide emergency care has been revoked. UPDATED with comments from the owner.

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