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Apr 5 2021 thru Apr 11 2021

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NEWS Apr. 10
How due process applies to public employees
Due process rights and how it applies to public employees explained in the Chris Eppley resignation.
OPINION Apr. 10
Caption It! By Steve Breen
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK Apr. 10
Vaccine available to those 16 and older
Another expansion to COVID-19 vaccine eligibility opens the doors to anyone 16 and older just days before high school students return to school.
NEWS Apr. 10
Emails show city staff reacting on the fly
CORRECTION: Due to a reporting error, the date Herrera sent the email to himself was March 5. This story has been updated from the original version. City staff emails detail some of the early responses to Chris Eppley's discharging of a gun in his office.
NEWS Apr. 9
Council, Eppley draw continued support, ire in wake of city manager's resignation
Residents of Keizer continued to chime in on the incident that led to the Chris Eppley's resignation at a recent city council meeting.
COMMUNITY Apr. 9
Cats of the Week
Salem Friends of Felines's Cats of the Week. Located on 4157 Cherry Avenue, Keizer.
NEWS Apr. 9
INVOICE: Investigation of city mgr. cost nearly $8K
Story updated with additional information.
COMMUNITY Apr. 9
Finance dir. appointed city manager
Tim Wood will work as city manager while city council searches for an interim city manager in the next few months.
FreeNEWS Apr. 9
City could pay more than $150K in Eppley departure
Salary, insurance coverage and a balloon payment of more than $32,000 for banked vacation time are all part of severance package.
COMMUNITY Apr. 9
Community Events
OBITUARY Apr. 8
Jim Varner, Rotarian, passes
A Hawaii native, Rotary, speaking and sales were his loves
COMMUNITY Apr. 7
Saint Edward plans Spring Food festival
The 2021 Step into Spring Food Fest will be May 15-16 at the St. Edward Catholic Church. Think Oktoberfest-style vittles in May.
SPORTS Apr. 6
Strong second half propels McNary to victory
After West Salem tied the game at 1-1 in the 13th minute, the Celtics scored three unanswered goals to run away with the convincing 4-1 victory.
OPINION Apr. 6
Netflix pirate doc is (AAARRGH) painful
TJ Reid gives his opinion on Netflix's The Lost Pirate Kingdom.
SPORTS Apr. 5
Celtics blank North Salem in dominant victory
McNary's 47-point win over North Salem is their largest margin of victory since 2008.
COMMUNITY Apr. 5
KFD units cited for heroism in annual awards
After saving a man who collapsed in a boat a KFD unit was cited for their heroic actions, as were others that battled fires along the Cascade Mountains.

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