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NEWS July 3
Federal, state taxes due July 15
THe extended deadline for filing federal and state taxes is drawing near.
NEWS July 3
One more chance to chime in on city charter changes
The second part of a public hearing is slated Monday, July 6.
NEWS July 3
Delight Street improvements draw committee complaints
Members of Keizer's Traffic Safety Committee voiced ire over vehicles being permitted to park in a new pathway along Delight Street North.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK July 3
Wanted: Keizer’s pandemic stories
The Keizer Heritage Museum and the Keizertimes are teaming up to preserve Keizers stories and responses to the coronavirus (COVID-19). We are recording today so stop by.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK July 3
KCFB cupboards are getting bare
Food bank struggles with disruption of supply chain.
FreeCOMMUNITY July 2
Artemis foul?
Our reviewer, TJ Reid, says let Disney+’s Artemis Fowl fly on by
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK July 2
Number of new 97303 COVID-19 cases slows
Don't stop wearing masks and washing hands, but the is a bit of good local news related to COVID-19 this week. After a two week period in which COVID-19 cases linked to the 97303 zip code grew by 57 cases, only eight new positive tests were recorded in the past week.
NEWS July 2
19-year-old arrested in DUII crash
The driver was allegedly attempting to elude police after passing through a stop sign.
NEWS July 2
Keizertimes owner, McNary grad earns top honor from journalism society
The Society for Professional Journalists on Thursday recognized five journalists for their extraordinary contributions to the profession. Les Zaitz, owner of the Keizertimes, is among the honorees, along with Marty Baron, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Jorge Ramos, and, posthumously, Gwen Ifill.
COMMUNITY July 2
MHS besties claim Keizer Heritage scholarships
McKinsey Jarnagin and Jorie Skipper were not only named two of McNary’s valedictorians, they were also the two recipients of the two annual Keizer Heritage Foundation scholarships — which awards Jarnagin and Skipper $1,000 to go straight towards tuition costs.
SPORTS July 2
Boucher taking over as head coach at Westmont
After spending the last two years as an assistant, Boucher will take over as head coach of the Westmont men’s basketball program, stepping in for John Moore, who is retiring after 27 years at the helm.
SPORTS July 1
Volcanoes season officially cancelled
After being informed that Major League Baseball would not be providing players to their minor league affiliates, Minor League Baseball had no choice but to cancel the season at all levels.
FreeNEWS June 29
Keep fireworks safe and legal
The Office of State Fire Marshal (OSFM) and the Oregon Fire Service is asking Oregonians to use caution when using all fireworks this summer. They also want to remind Oregonians to keep it legal.
FreeCOMMUNITY June 29
Oregon Garden present Cruise-In Cinema: How to Train Your Dragon

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