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Sep 28 2020 thru Oct 4 2020

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SCHOOLS Oct. 3
College and Career Center still churning at MHS
The College and Career Center at McNary is still open for students. Beginning Oct. 5, seniors will be introduced to a new class on Canvas that will provide resources and planning information. The class will not be graded but advisory teachers will encourage their students to check out some of the assignments provided in the class.
OPINION Oct. 3
LETTER: My three choices for city council
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COMMUNITY Oct. 3
Council candidates take part in two voter forums
Candidates for Keizer City Council will take part in a forum hosted by the West Keizer Neighborhood Association Tuesday, Oct. 8, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. and Zoom call hosted by the Keizer Chamber of Commerce, which can be found on their Facebook page
OPINION Oct. 3
LETTER: Bill Post fights for us
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COMMUNITY Oct. 3
A note from above: Messengers send love to the lonely and hurting
The Music Box Angels have been operating in the Salem-Keizer area for about three years, but they've shipped gifts to 47 states and several other countries. They are hosting a fundraiser at Keizer Christian Church Nov. 5-7
OPINION Oct. 3
LETTER: Dylan Juran for council
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COMMUNITY Oct. 3
St. Ed hosting a mini Oktoberfest in town Oct. 10-11
St. Edward Catholic Church will host a scaled-down, drive-thru version of Oktoberfest on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 10 and 11. Oct. Vendors include the Oregon Dairy Women, St. Joseph School, Gervais Knights of Columbus and more.
OPINION Oct. 2
LETTER: First presidential debates of 2020
Representative Bill Post's take on the first Presidential debate.
OPINION Oct. 2
LETTER: District 25 needs new representative
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OPINION Oct. 2
LETTER: Columbia crossing
Keizer resident Jim Parr shares his four part plan for a new bridge over the Columbia river.
OPINION Oct. 2
LETTER: Bill Post is the right choice
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SCHOOLS Oct. 2
Survey after first week back at school: Needs improvement
Nearly all of the 107 people that took a Keizertimes survey about the first week of school experienced connectivity issues, as well as other problems.
OPINION Oct. 2
LETTER: I support Dylan Juran and Roland-Schwartz
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NEWS Oct. 2
Council, staff: A trade off, but it might be time
The Keizer City Council and city staff began their most full-throated conversation to date on issues of equity and inclusion during a work session Monday, Sept. 28. The councilors, mayor, city manager and Keizer Police chief all talked about how the city is striving for diversity.
OPINION Oct. 2
LETTER: Ross Day has my support
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COMMUNITY Oct. 2
A ring of revolution as residents take mic
Courage coursed through the Keizer City Council chambers Monday, Sept. 28. at the work session focused on diversity and inclusion. City Council candidates and Keizer residents alike took turns giving their input to the council.
COMMUNITY Oct. 1
Book sale set for Oct. 2-3
The Keizer Community Library is holding a two-day book sale at the Keizer Civic Center (930 Chemawa Rd.) on Friday, Oct. 2 and Saturday, Oct. 3 from 9 a.m to 5 p.m. on each day.
FreeCOMMUNITY Oct. 1
Flu season is here, get a shot
'Tis the season for sneezing. The Center for Disease Control is putting a new urgency behind its annual push for flu vaccinations.
COMMUNITY Oct. 1
Traffic Court
NEWS Oct. 1
Police calls Sept. 21 -Sept. 28
SPORTS Oct. 1
Top 20 Volcanoes players of all time: #17 Fred Lewis
No. 17 on the list of the Keizertimes 20 greatest Volcanoes players of all time list is outfielder Fred Lewis, who spent six seasons in the majors, playing for the San Francisco Giants, Toronto Blue Jays, Cincinnati Reds and New York Mets.
COMMUNITY Sep. 30
KHT receives more than $9K in grant money
Last week, Keizer Homegrown Theater found out that they will be receiving crucial grant money from the Oregon Cultural Trust Grant — to the tune of $9,182 — to help ensure that the theater will be able to continue producing content during and after the pandemic.

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