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Mar 1 2021 thru Mar 7 2021

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OPINION Mar. 6
Limiting talking time for officials
COMMUNITY Mar. 6
Park survey results are in: Trails, playgrounds, river access most desired
Keizerites filled out a survey about city parks and future plans, here is what the city noticed.
FreeSCHOOLS Mar. 5
SKPS director makes pitch for zone voting
Director Jesse Lippold said zone-based voting would lead to a more representative, diverse school board. His former political rival joined him in making the case.
OPINION Mar. 5
A grand sense of ownership of the US
COMMUNITY Mar. 5
Schrader votes against federal pandemic relief
SPORTS Mar. 5
McNary falls to South Salem after gaining early advantage
After the Celtics took a 1-0 lead in the 25th minute, South Salem scored four unanswered goals to earn the 4-1 victory on Thursday, March 4, spoiling McNary’s home opener.
NEWS Mar. 5
Governor Kate Brown announces return to in-person instruction for Oregon public schools
School districts will return to full or hybrid in-person instruction on or before the weeks of March 29 for grades K-5, April 19 for grades 6-12
COMMUNITY Mar. 5
A momentous return
Kindergarten students and first graders return or start in-person learning for the first time in a long time.
COMMUNITY Mar. 5
The cost of storm recovery? $340K
After the ice storm, the city of Keizer expects that the cost to fix the damage will be at least $340,000.
COMMUNITY Mar. 4
Days of dark: Keizer family recounts 10 days without power
Seth and Natalie Ford, along with their four kids — all who are under the age of 10 — were without power for 10 days. To make matters worse, two of their cars wound up getting crushed by large trees that fell due to the ice.
SPORTS Mar. 4
McCarty finally gets his opportunity with McNary
After months of voluntary workouts and 7-on-7, McCarty found out last month that he would indeed get an opportunity to be the starting quarterback for McNary when the Salem-Keizer School District announced that they would be opting-in for a partial season due to a change in COVID-19 guidance from the Governor’s office and Oregon Health Authority.
SPORTS Mar. 3
Celts defeat North Salem in first COVID-19-era contest
Nic Heath and Eddie Martinez each notched goals in the first half as the McNary boys' soccer team took down North Salem by a score of 2-0. But what was more important to the kids was not the final score, it was that they once again got the chance to play the game they love with their friends and teammates.
SPORTS Mar. 3
Celts make long awaited return to the volleyball court
On Friday, Feb. 26, Marion County moved from ‘Extreme’ risk to ‘High’ risk, meaning that school gyms can have up to 50 people in the space at a time and that the McNary volleyball squad could finally prepare to have a season. 
COMMUNITY Mar. 2
Netflix’s The Ripper is a satisfying hit of true crime
T.J. Reid reviews Netflix's The Ripper
COMMUNITY Mar. 1
Nominate favorite educators for OnPoint Awards
The Educator of the Year grand prize will be going to three educators this year.

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