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Mar 8 2021 thru Mar 14 2021

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FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK Mar. 13
3rd grader, grandmother make certain Cougars stay safe
Kay Taylor made and delivered over 400 masks for students at Cummings Elementary School.
COMMUNITY Mar. 12
SKPS board member makes pitch for zone voting
Members of the Salem-Keizer Public School Board of Directors had a virtual meeting where they discussed changing the zone voting method.
COMMUNITY Mar. 12
Pandemic loans for landlords
Business Oregon administered a $100 million program to help small businesses and commercial landlords with lease payments.
COMMUNITY Mar. 12
Accident snarls Chemawa
NEWS Mar. 12
Police calls Feb. 28 - March 6
NEWS Mar. 12
City budget growing ever tighter; Fewer people are around to run vital services
City of Keizer has reduced its staff by eight employees which has caused financial issues in the City's budget.
FreeOBITUARY Mar. 12
LaMoyne Louis Mapes
FreeOBITUARY Mar. 12
Richard A. Mackie May 17, 1943 – February 28, 2021
SCHOOLS Mar. 11
April 13 return set for high school and middle school students
After having some uncertainty a couple of weeks ago, assistant superintendent Iton Udosenata told the Salem-Keizer school board that secondary schools (middle schools and high schools) do indeed have the capacity to serve students in a hybrid model — meaning that students would attend school two days per week and then do online learning for the remainder of the week.
COMMUNITY Mar. 11
Free seeds via OSU Ext., Bi-Mart
The Oregon Garden Challenge has started, but people can still receive seeds and participate.
FIRE Mar. 11
MCFD1 to ask for reduced levy in May
After their levy renewal was rejected in November, MCFD1 will be back on the ballot for the May 2021 election. This time they will be asking voters approval for a lesser amount — $0.59 per $1,000 of assessed property value.
SPORTS Mar. 11
Zavala looks to continue hot streak with the Ducks
Just six games into the year, Zavala and his team have already gotten off to a great start. After splitting a four-game series with the University of Seattle in late-February, the Ducks went on the road last weekend and swept a four-game set with UC Santa Barbara — who were ranked as high as #7 in some college baseball polls.
SCHOOLS Mar. 10
Salem-Keizer superintendent ends SRO program
On Tuesday, March 9, Salem-Keizer Public Schools superintendent Christy Perry announced that the district will no longer be contracting with local police departments to station Student Resource Officers at schools.
FreeNEWS Mar. 10
City manager discharged gun in civic center office
No one was injured in the incident. The city has hired an independent investigator.
COMMUNITY Mar. 9
Salem Friends of Felines has new Keizer home
Salem Friends of Felines new Keizer home is spacious and modern
COMMUNITY Mar. 9
Reviewer: Outside the Wire is more grind than gold
T.J. Reid writes a review for Netflix's Outside the Wire.
SPORTS Mar. 8
Celtics hang on for season-opening win
The McNary defense's three red zone stops prove to be key in the Celtics 19-14 victory.
NEWS Mar. 8
Wheatland Ferry toll increasing
The Wheatland Ferry toll will be increasing for most vehicles starting March 15.
OBITUARY Mar. 8
‘She gave out second chances’: City plans memorial fund for peer court director
Cari Emery Coleman passed away in February due to brain cancer. Keizer City Council approved a memorial fund to remember her hard work with Keizer's Peer Court.
NEWS Mar. 8
Salem man arrested for fake bomb threat

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