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Jul 27 2020 thru Aug 2 2020

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OPINION August 1
Letter: Fireworks
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COMMUNITY July 31
You’re a genius all the time: Keizer author wants you to start writing like it
The writing instruction book, "You're a Genius All the Time: A Teacher's Guide to Conscious Creative Writing" written by Keizerite James Merrill, is now available at the Reader's Guide in Salem.
COMMUNITY July 31
Library’s next chapter could be more attainable than ever
The only thing standing between Keizer and a public library is a half time librarian, and Keizerite Jane Herb, who has been pushing for a library for over a decade, thinks she may have found a way to fund the position.
COMMUNITY July 31
Salem Health donates $60K to fund community health personnel
Salem Health announced two Community Investment Grants — each totaling $30,000. The grants were awarded to Mano a Mano Family Center and Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency’s (MWVCAA) HOME Youth Services. Both organizations help connect vulnerable populations with a range of services needed to maintain good health.
COMMUNITY July 31
Dyslexic students can get additional support while distance learning
As plans for returning to school in the fall take shape the Willamette Valley Dyslexia Center is adapting their strategies to help students adjust to the distance learning model. They plan to have programs to serve all struggling readers, not just students struggling with dyslexia.
OPINION July 31
No school poses problems
Lyndon Zaitz is the Publisher of the Keizertimes. He frequently shares his opinion about current events.
COMMUNITY July 31
The problems at 4129 Gary Street
‘Unsanitary’ home leads to charges of attempted murder for owner
FreeCOMMUNITY July 31
Help us report on school plans for the fall
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COMMUNITY July 31
A good hangout: BIPOC Market Place celebrates business, community and entrepreneurs
Keizer business owner Alicia Stroms wanted to host an event to bring the community together to celebrate Oregon owned business
Keizer woman details experience with COVID-19 July 31
Keizer woman details experience with COVID-19
Though COVID-19 has a low mortality rate, the effects of the virus can be brutal– as Keizerite Lucy Workman describes in her interview with the Keizertimes.
NEWS July 31
Activist attorney to run for city council
Keizer based attorney and resident, Ross Day, announced that he will be running for the city council seat vacated by Councilor Kim Freeman.
FreeCOMMUNITY July 30
Keizer splash fountain now open
The splash fountain behind the Keizer Civic Center is now open
SCHOOLS July 30
Seven in-person graduation ceremonies planned for McNary Class of 2020
There will be 90 minutes in-between each ceremony, with the first one taking place at 10 a.m. and the final ceremony beginning at 7 p.m.
COMMUNITY July 30
New workout equipment headed to city’s parks
After spearheading the project to put a seven-station gym in Claggett Creek Park and Country Glen Park last summer, Jeff Davis is working on completing phase two of his plan, which will put exercise equipment at Keizer Rapids Park, Wallace House Park and Meadows Park.
SCHOOLS July 29
No in-person classes until November — at earliest
Comprehensive Distance Learning (CDL) will take the place of in-person instruction for at least the first nine weeks of the school year. Students in kindergarten through 10th grade will not attend in-person classes until the week of Nov. 16 — which signals the start of the second quarter of the school year. Students in 11th and 12th grade will not attend in-person classes until the beginning of second semester, which begins in the first week of February 2021.
SPORTS July 29
MYB squad ties with Cherry City in scrimmage
The Celtics came back from multiple deficits to earn a tie against the Cherry City 14U club.
SPORTS July 29
OSAA delays fall sports until late-September
The OSAA executive board elected to push back the first contest date for cross country, soccer and volleyball from Aug. 27 to Sept. 23. Currently, tackle football is considered a full-contact activity under guidelines from Gov. Kate Brown and Oregon Health Authority, and is forbidden across the state. There is hasn’t been a date set to review that designation.

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