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NEWS December 12
Police calls Nov. 29 - Dec. 6
The weekly round-up of police activity at the Keizer Police Department.
FreeNEWS December 12
How Keizer voted
A neighborhood-by-neighborhood look at who won Keizer's votes.
COMMUNITY December 11
Crenshaw honored for long service
A longtime volunteer is honored by the city for her continued service.
NEWS December 11
City's values statement now official
TheKeizer City Council approved a statement of values addressing diversity, equity and inclusion at its meeting Monday, Dec. 7.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK December 11
260% increase in new 97303 COVID-19 infections
In seven days, the Oregon Health Authority reported 248 new cases linked to the 97303 zip code.
FreeCOMMUNITY December 11
Annual Candy Cane Day becomes drive-thru event
The Keizer Fire District will still help Santa deliver candy canes, but pandemic precautions will mean the community will have to come to them.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK December 11
Keizer’s pandemic loans topped $18M
New data from the payroll protection loan program initiated in response to the coronavirus pandemic shows just how much Keizer businesses benefitted from the federal aid. A full list of recipients at the bottom of the story.
FreeSPORTS December 10
Volcanoes lose their MLB affiliation with San Francisco
SPORTS December 10
Ronning commits to WOU
After gaining interest from Corban, Southern Oregon and Linfield, McNary third baseman Kate Ronning ultimately decided on committing to play softball at Western Oregon University next season.
SPORTS December 9
OSAA moves start of competition to March
The OSAA executive board elected to push back the beginning of the sports season until March. However, OSAA will still offer three separate, six-week seasons, along with an extra “culminating week” which will allow teams an option for postseason competition.
SCHOOLS December 9
Show goes on for Celtic choir club
In October, McNary choir teacher Josh Rist formed a choir club that involved students making their own Soundtrap projects online and sharing them with their classmates.
COMMUNITY December 7
Grad party plan carries on
There is no date nor location set yet, but the organizers are seeking contributions to give the Class of 2021 a memorable experience. Financial donations are currently being accepted and can be mailed to: McNary Graduation Party-Celtic Celebration, P.O. Box 21114, Keizer, OR 97307-11114.
OPINION December 7
Small businesses
Keizertimes publisher Lyndon Zaitz encourages readers to shop local and support small businesses as we enter the final stage of holiday shopping.
OPINION December 7
Celebrate Ag this holiday season
Holiday meals often feature many of Oregon's agricultural exports, Barb Iverson is the president of the Oregon Farm Bureau and wrote the the paper to encourage Oregonians to celebrate the agricultural workers who picked the food we enjoy.
FreeCOMMUNITY December 7
Girl Scouts go virtual
The Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington will be hosting virtual events throughout the winter to promote wellness, creativity and silliness. For details, visit www.girlscoutsosw.org/
OPINION December 7
Our wild geese
COMMUNITY December 7
Tips to avoid being raided by porch pirates this holiday
December 7
REVIEW: "Alice: Curiouser and Curiouser," and "The Art of Romona Quimby"
Teri Schlichenmeyer lives in Wisconsin and frequently reviews books for the Keizertimes and other publications.
OPINION December 7
LETTER: To remove or repair sidewalk
FreeCOMMUNITY December 7
Free masks for ag workers
The Oregon Department of Agriculture and Oregon State University (OSU) are partnering to provide free KN95 masks to farmworkers, farmers, ranchers, fishers, food processors and farm labor contractors to protect Oregon’s food and fiber workers. See article for details on how and where to pick up a mask.

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