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COMMUNITY Feb. 6
Civic Center clean-up March 13
The Rotary Club of Keizer and Claggett Creek Watershed Council is looking for volunteers to clean up around the Keizer Civic Center Saturday, March 13
NEWS Feb. 6
Teen dies in CO poisoning
A Keizer teenager and her father were found deceased in a Salem fifth-wheel trailer due to Carbon Monoxide poisoning
COMMUNITY Feb. 6
Commission names emerging artist
Keizer teen Isabella Biondi was recognized as part of the Student/Emerging Artist program
COMMUNITY Feb. 5
Kudos to Bill Post and House Republicans
Bill Post and other Republican House members released a statement in response to the Oregon Republican Party labeling the the January 6 U.S. Capitol takeover a “false flag” operation.
COMMUNITY Feb. 5
Nominations due for Chamber awards
Now is the time to nominate candidates for First Citizen among other awards
BUSINESS Feb. 5
What about Chick-fil-A traffic?
With the start of construction for Chick-fil-A, many people in Keizer have been curious about what traffic will look like
BUSINESS Feb. 5
Chick-fil-A gets council greenlight
Chick-fil-A moves closer to construction with a meeting with Keizer City Council
COMMUNITY Feb. 5
Peace poles to be placed in four parks
Keizer will join cities across the globe when it installs its first Peace Poles in the coming months.
COMMUNITY Feb. 5
Keizer woman celebrates 100 years
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK Feb. 5
Oregon deaths outnumbered births last year, for the first time ever
Oregon’s population growth has been slowing for several years, but in 2020 the state hit a remarkable milestone – deaths appear to have outnumbered births for the first time on record. Falling birth rates and an aging population had Oregon on track to have deaths outnumber births at some point – Lehner had been projecting 2025 – but COVID-19 upended things. There were approximately 200 more Oregon deaths than births in 2020, according to preliminary state numbers.
SPORTS Feb. 4
Top 20 Volcanoes players of all time: #1 Buster Posey
As one of the most accomplished catchers of the 21st century, Buster Posey has won four Silver Slugger awards and a Gold Glove to go along with his three World Series rings. Posey also was the National League (NL) Rookie of the Year in 2010 and the league MVP in 2012.
SCHOOLS Feb. 4
McNary teachers earn honor from district
Even though they haven’t seen their students in person for almost a year, McNary teachers Ashley Gruber, Andy Thomas and Josh Rist have rallied together over the last 11 months to collaborate their classes (media production, choir and audio production) and earned recognition from the school district for their work.
SPORTS Feb. 3
Rios signs with Princeton
After committing to continue his schooling and football career at Princeton University back in December, McNary linebacker Dyami Rios made it official by signing with the Tigers on Wednesday.
SCHOOLS Feb. 3
McNary grad numbers leap
According to mcNary principal Erik Jespersen, 2020 was the first year in school history that Latino students had a higher graduation rate (91.48%) than white students (91.25%) — the Latino graduation rate numbers improved nearly 7% from last year.
FreeCOMMUNITY Feb. 3
Liberty House launches new online wellness website for youth and teens
iRespect&Protect, a collaborative effort by Marion and Polk counties, hopes to change the increasing depression rates in youth by offering free tools, resources, and toolkits for youth, teens, parents, youth serving organizations, and schools.
OPINION Feb. 1
LETTER: Focus on home ownership
Keizer City Councilor Kyle Juran wrote a letter to the editor to clarify his comment at the Keizer City Council Meeting in which he said that people need to make homeownership a goal.

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