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Feb 8 2021 thru Feb 14 2021

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COMMUNITY Feb. 13
KAA honors artists of all ages
Winners of Keizer Art Association’s (KAA) dual February exhibit were announced online on Saturday, Feb. 6.
COMMUNITY Feb. 13
Local woman tracks early history of Chemawa School
SuAnn Reddick took the responsibility of volunteer historian to research early history of Chemawa Indian School.
OPINION Feb. 12
The noblest virtue
FreeNEWS Feb. 12
Virtual ‘open house’ set for Wheatland improvements
The city has options for better multimodal access and a survey on its website. Link to both inside the story.
NEWS Feb. 12
Rezoned areas put small dent in housing needs
Keizer City Council and Keizer Planning Commission met virtually Monday, Feb. 9, to discuss Keizer's Housing Needs Analysis/Buildable Lands report.
NEWS Feb. 12
Police Scanner Jan. 31 to Feb. 7
FreeCOMMUNITY Feb. 12
Icy morning in Keizer
Roads were a little slick but, to the delight and disappointment of many, snow didn't pack in Keizer as expected last night. Instead, have some photos of the ice that collected around town overnight.
FreeSCHOOLS Feb. 12
SKPS plans March return for youngest students
Elementary schools in Keizer make the switch to hybrid learning starting in March.
FreeTRAFFIC Feb. 11
Driving in icy conditions
Freezing weather expected to bring snow and possible ice rain to the Keizer area as early as Thursday evening. Here are some winter driving tips.
COMMUNITY Feb. 11
Butler ends career as volunteer firefighter after 25 years
Amber Butler has left quite the legacy over her quarter-century of service. She has been KFD Firefighter of the Year, Emergency Medical Technician of the Year and she was the past president of the Keizer Volunteer Firefighters Association. For more than a decade, Butler has also participated in the Firefighters Stair Climb in both Portland and Seattle, and has raised nearly $100,000 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma society.
SPORTS Feb. 11
The unique history of the Portland Mavericks
Although they haven’t played an official game since 1977, the Portland Mavericks have an incredibly unique history in the minor leagues.
SCHOOLS Feb. 10
More details on return to in-person schooling unveiled
After Salem-Keizer Public Schools (SKPS) announced last week that K-1 students would be returning to school buildings on a part-time basis in early-March, members of the district cabinet outlined further plans to get the remainder of students back in the classroom in a presentation to the school board on Tuesday, Feb. 9.
SPORTS Feb. 10
Celts may return to gridiron action
After the OSAA delayed making a final decision on high school football earlier in the week due to COVID-19 restrictions, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown released new guidance on Wednesday for outdoor sports that would make a return of high school football a probability this spring.
SPORTS Feb. 10
MYB granted field use
McNary Youth Baseball reaches agreement with city for field use
OPINION Feb. 9
Political theater amid a pandemic
BUSINESS Feb. 8
OCCU opens new Keizer branch
New Oregon Community Credit Union in Creekside Shopping Mall
OPINION Feb. 8
If essential, schools should be open
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK Feb. 8
Trackers launched to help locate COVID-19 vaccine info
Officials urge patience as more than 700,000 seniors become eligible during the next several weeks.
COMMUNITY Feb. 8
Serve on the Claggett watershed council
The Claggett Creek Watershed Council (CCWC) is seeking volunteers from the community to serve on its General Council (board of directors).

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