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SCHOOLS Jan. 30
McNary plans for graduation ceremony at Volcanoes Stadium
The official graduation for McNary High School’s Class of 2021 is tentatively slated for Wednesday, June 9 at Volcanoes Stadium.
NEWS Jan. 30
Parks advisory board meeting Jan. 12
Here's a round up of the parks advisory board meeting from Jan. 12. Major topics include Claggett Creek Park repair, MYB looking to use Keizer Rapids park and results of the local parks survey.
COMMUNITY Jan. 30
Diamond anniversary
Keizerites John and Juliana (Smith) Cutsforth will celebrate their 60th anniversary years on Feb. 11.
COMMUNITY Jan. 30
MHS artists featured at KAA
Keizer Art Association will combine its Winter Showcase and the McNary High School Art Show for its February online exhibit that available from Feb. 5 to Feb. 24.
NEWS Jan. 29
Tax filing start delayed until Feb. 12
The Internal Revenue Service announced filing for most taxpayers will begin on Friday, Feb. 12, rather Jan. 31.
FreeNEWS Jan. 29
Trash collection rates will bump up in March
Garbage hauling rates will increase by 6.5%, or $1.76 for a 35-gallon bin, per month on March 1. Loren’s Sanitation and Valley Recycling and Disposal customers will both be affected by the increase.
NEWS Jan. 29
Task force refocuses pros on assault  survivors, has eyes on longer game
The Oregon Attorney General's Sexual Assault Task Force has used Keizer as its home-base for 10 years. Executive Director Michele Roland-Schwartz describes the task force as the people who help the helpers.
COMMUNITY Jan. 29
KeizerFEST artist is only 8 and doing great
8-year-old Evie McCarthy's entry is titled Dos Bonitas. Her artwork will appear all ads and will be on display during the annual KeizerFEST.
COMMUNITY Jan. 29
Neighbors pitch in to give WWII vet special 93rd
Ray Wood’s neighbors posted greetings and hosted him at a celebration to mark his 93rd birthday in Keizer on Wednesday, Jan.20.
NEWS Jan. 29
Holiday card deadline extended
Submit entries to Debbie Lockhart at the Keizer Civic Center office located at 930 Chemawa Road NE. Submissions should be sent in no later than 4 p.m., Friday, March 1.
NEWS Jan. 29
Police calls Jan. 17 - Jan. 24
OBITUARY Jan. 29
Donna Mae Maynard
December 26, 1944 – December 28, 2020
BOOK REVIEW Jan. 29
REVIEW: "Nazi Wives: The Women at the Top of Hitler's Germany" by James Wyllie
Terri Schlichenmeyer lives in Wisconsin and frequently reviews books for the Keizertimes and other publications
SPORTS Jan. 28
Top 20 Volcanoes players of all time: Best of the rest (players that just missed the cut)
The Keizertimes Top 20 Volcanoes players of all time series began in September and will come to a conclusion next week. Before we publish the final installment of the series, featuring the #1 player on the list, we take a look at five players who just missed the cut — the list is based on players’ success in the major leagues.
SCHOOLS Jan. 27
School board adds student advisor, reviews improved graduation rates
Each high school in the district, with the exception of Roberts High, achieved a graduate rate of over 80% — McNary, South Salem, Sprague and West Salem were all over 90%.
FreeSPORTS Jan. 26
Volcanoes creating four-team independent league
The organization announced that they were creating a new, four-team independent league called the The Mavericks Independent Baseball League. The league will be facilitated by the Volcanoes and all games will be played at Volcanoes Stadium.

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