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Mar 29 2021 thru Apr 4 2021

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COMMUNITY Apr. 3
Police calls March 21 - March 25
OPINION Apr. 3
Speed Bump By Dave Coverly
FreeOBITUARY Apr. 3
Robert ‘Bob’ Lawrence Smith April 9, 1935 – March 18, 2021
FreeOBITUARY Apr. 3
Shirlie-Anne Shelton May 20, 1959 – March 28, 2021
NEWS Apr. 3
DMV renewals go digital in May
Starting in May, Oregon residents can use DMV2U to renew licenses, permits and more.
OPINION Apr. 2
Limiting voting is un-American
Keizertimes Publisher Lyndon Zaitz on the recent challenges to voting rights and the need to reverse course.
FreeNEWS Apr. 2
Oregon ramps up vaccination schedule
Oregon residents 45 and older with one or more health conditions are now available to get the COVID-19 vaccinations. On Monday, April 5th, vaccination eligibility will open up to others as well.
OPINION Apr. 2
Caption It! By Steve Breen
COMMUNITY Apr. 2
Food bank on hunt for new home
The Keizer Community Food Bank is looking for a new home while a partnership with Faith Lutheran Church comes to an end. Volunteers are also needed to help distribute receive and distribute food Monday afternoons and evenings.
FreeNEWS Apr. 2
Investigation of city hall gun shot cost nearly $8K
The investigation led, in part, to the resignation of City Manager Chris Eppley, it will take effect Monday, April 5. Eppley negligently discharged a firearm in his city hall office in early March.
COMMUNITY Apr. 2
Cat of the Week
FreeNEWS Apr. 1
CITY MANAGER WILL RESIGN
City Manager Chris Eppley will resign effective April 5. Eppley will be offered six months salary and a year's worth of insurance coverage for him and his family.
SPORTS Apr. 1
Celts fall short against South Salem
In a showdown featuring the top two volleyball teams in the area, McNary didn't bring their A-game on Wednesday, March 31 and South Salem took full advantage, beating the Celtics in straight sets (25-16, 25-19, 25-14).
SCHOOLS Apr. 1
Rist honored with Service to Education Award
The McNary choir teacher was presented with the award at the 60th annual Keizer First Citizen & Awards Banquet — which took place virtually on Saturday, March 20.
SPORTS Apr. 1
McNary defeats North Salem in dual meet
SPORTS Mar. 31
McNary falls on last-minute goal
In the final two minutes of the contest, the Royal Scots found a way to spoil McNary’s senior night.
SPORTS Mar. 30
McNary can't complete comeback against West Salem
After trailing by double-digits for much of the second half, the McNary football team was able to come back to make it a one possession game early through the fourth quarter, but a pair of key first down runs late in the period from West Salem allowed the Titans to run out the clock as McNary fell to their conference foe by a score of 28-20.
NEWS Mar. 30
Decriminalization movement's goals are lofty, the effects are already being felt locally
Keizer Police Department discuses decriminalization and how it affects them.
COMMUNITY Mar. 29
Salem seeks help finding space for area's shelterless
20 pallet homes will be placed in Salem for unsheltered residents.
COMMUNITY Mar. 29
Keizer woman vies for Miss Petite 2020
Miss Oregon Petite 2020, Kira Johnson, wants to use her platform to spread awareness about the drug crisis in America.

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