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Jun 1 2020 thru Jun 7 2020

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OPINION June 6
To the Class of 2020
Keizertimes Publisher, Lyndon Zaitz, wrote a letter to the class of 2020 to encourage and give them hope during this uncertain time.
OPINION June 6
Why I never!
Andrew Jackson is the production manager and resident smart aleck at the Keizertimes. This week he gets serious and asks a very special question to a very special lady.
OPINION June 5
Two wrongs don't make a right
Gene lives in Keizer and frequently shares his opinion with the Keizertimes.
OPINION June 5
Letter: Natural laws
Jim Parr, a Keizer resident, wrote a letter to the editor about the natural law of entropy.
OPINION June 5
Protest but don’t destroy
Lyndon Zaitz, publisher of the Keizertimes, shares his thoughts on the protests and riots in light of George Floyd's death.
FreeNEWS June 5
After a week of protests, thousands plan to attend Salem's Saturday march for George Floyd
Organizers said they want to mourn the killing of George Floyd, but also encourage young people to get involved in local politics and push for change.
FreeNEWS June 5
Charter changes will be discussed June 8
Residents are invited to a Keizer City Council Work Session to review proposed changes to the city's founding document. You can see all the proposed changes next to the original text inside.
OPINION June 5
Netflix puts a new spin on infamous Count Dracula in new mini-series
TJ Reid freaquently reviews things for the Keizertimes. This week he shares his opinion on Netflix's mini-series, Dracula.
COMMUNITY June 5
Keizer library takes reading program online
The Keizer Community Library is hosting virtual summer reading program in light of virus concerns.
COMMUNITY June 5
In the streets
Demonstrators took to the streets of Keizer Tuesday, June 2 in support of worldwide protests happening in the wake of the murder George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minn. They returned Wednesday and Thursday night.
COMMUNITY June 5
Residents call for gun violence proclamation
A group of Keizer residents turned out at the Keizer City Council meeting to implore city leaders to adopt a proclamation recognizing June 5 as National Gun Violence Awareness Day. The council did not approve their request but citizens did shed a light on the issue of gun violence.
FreeNEWS June 5
KPD sgt. triples student award
Jeff and Liz Goodman tripled the Sheila "Shayla" Goodman scholarship for McNary Senior Jorie Skipper. The scholarship was awarded through the Keizer Police Union.
NEWS June 4
Police calls from May 25 - May 29
SPORTS June 4
It’s official: No youth baseball this summer
They held out for as long as possible, but last week, both McNary Youth Baseball (MYB) and Keizer Little League (KLL) made the decision to cancel their respective programs for the summer due to COVID-19.
COMMUNITY June 4
MHS grad aids virus relief
Ish Guevara has been interested in sewing and fashion design ever since he was a kid, which is why, since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, he has been creating and selling masks for $10 apiece — with all funds going towards donating food to families in need.
SPORTS June 3
Facility access still restricted for prep athletes
The OSAA released phase one guidance last month on students-athletes returning to their school's athletic facilities with heavy restrictions in place. However, Salem-Keizer student-athletes won't be able to partake until at least July.
FreeCOMMUNITY June 2
Oregon Garden present Cruise-In Cinema
This weekend the Oregon Garden will be showing the Rise of Skywalker, drive-in style. Tickets must be pre-purchased online.

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