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OPINION October 31
Keizer’s cultural heart needs the community’s help
The Keizer Heritage center is looking for 100 Keizer residents to donate $1,000 to help with needed repairs to the building.
OPINION October 31
LETTER: Support for Bill Post
You, too, can submit a letter to the editor by emailing [email protected]
COMMUNITY October 31
Keizer Library participating in Book Release Project
Popular books are being “released” into the wild for a stranger to find, courtesy of the Keizer Community Library. If you come across one of these books, you might think it has been lost- but no. It is free! The book you find is part of the Library’s Book Release Project.
OPINION October 31
LETTER: Support for Ross Day
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OPINION October 31
The Devil All the Time not for the faint of heart
T.J. Reid frequently reviews original shows and movies for the Keizertimes. This week he looked at Netflix's The Devil All the Time.
NEWS October 31
Council exploring two UGB expansion options
The Keizer City Council responded to the results of a recent study examining the impacts of expanding the Urban Growth Boundary (UGB) on transportation infrastructure at its meeting Monday, Oct. 12. The city can either add more industrial land or a mix of land for housing and businesses.
OPINION October 30
LETTER: There is no place for white supremacy in Keizer
You, too, can submit a letter to the [email protected]
COMMUNITY October 30
Shots fired at Holly Court residence
On Oct. 24, at about 8:22 a.m., officers were dispatched to the 4000 block of Holly Court NE regarding shots being fired into a residence.
OPINION October 30
LETTER: Support for Bill Post
You, too, can submit a letter to the editor by emailing [email protected]
COMMUNITY October 30
Volcanoes set to host community markets
Volcanoes Stadium will host a fall community market Friday, Nov. 6 and Saturday, Nov. 7. The Volcanoes will also be holding a winter market Friday, Dec. 4 and Saturday, Dec. 5.
OPINION October 30
LETTER: Support for Michele Roland-Schwartz
You, too, can submit a letter to the editor by emailing [email protected]
COMMUNITY October 30
Local homeless man hailed as hero
Sonny, a local homeless man in Keizer, received a stab wound after trying to stop a man from breaking the windows at the Subway in the Keizer Village. "He's a hero who did the right thing," said Lt. Bob Trump from the Keizer Police Department.
OPINION October 30
LETTER: Support for RJ Navarro
You, too, can submit a letter to the editor by emailing [email protected]
COMMUNITY October 30
The gift that keeps giving: Keizer Chamber still slated for giving basket program
Food sorting for the gift baskets will take place Wednesday, Dec. 9, at 6 p.m. in the empty space at Keizer Village, next to The Chicken Shack. The gift wrapping event will be Thursday, Dec. 10 at 6 p.m. in the same location. Families are identified by the school staff, if you are in need this holiday season reach out to your school counselors to receive access.
NEWS October 30
Not a resolution, council proposes values statement
The Keizer City Council might be on the path to formally adopt a “statement of values” regarding the city’s stance on diversity, equity and inclusion.
OBITUARY October 29
Edward Harry Horner
May 26, 1923 – October 21, 2020
FreeCOMMUNITY October 29
AGENDA KEIZER CITY COUNCIL REGULAR SESSION
SCHOOLS October 29
A different world
Whiteaker science teacher gives behind-the-scenes look at a virtual classroom.
SPORTS October 29
Top 20 Volcanoes players of all time: #12 Nate Schierholtz
At #12 on the Keizertimes list of the 20 greatest Volcanoes players of all time is Nate Schierholtz. The right fielder spent eight seasons in the big leagues and finished his career with 52 homers and 228 RBIs.
SPORTS October 28
OSAA waives league play requirements for 2020-21
With member schools citing concerns about travel and transportation amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the Oregon Schools Activities Association (OSAA) executive board announced in a memo on Thursday, Oct. 22 that it would not require schools to compete in their designated leagues or special districts for the 2020-21 season.
FreeNEWS October 27
Local voting info
The deadline, where to turn in your ballot and a collection of our paper's previous reporting all in one place.
COMMUNITY October 26
For students, counselors are a renewed lifeline
Keizertimes Intern Brooklyn Flint talked with counselors from Claggett Creek Middle School and McNary High School about resources for students who are struggling. They stressed that they are available to help kids process through personal, social, career, college and other concerns.
FreeCOMMUNITY October 26
Sponsor a child for Chamber giving baskets
The Keizer Chamber of Commerce is expecting additional demand for its annual Holiday Giving Basket program.
OPINION October 25
LETTER: Amid pandemic, M108 can improve health
You, too, can submit a letter to the editor by emailing [email protected]
OPINION October 25
LETTER: Support for Bill Post
You, too, can submit a letter to the editor by emailing [email protected]

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