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Apr 12 2021 thru Apr 18 2021

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SCHOOLS Apr. 17
SKPS aims for 5 full days in 21-22
Students will be returning to five full days per week of in-person learning in the Fall. They will follow the appropriate guidelines at that time.
NEWS Apr. 16
Burn ban in effect
A backyard burn ban is put in place until Sunday, April 18. The ban could be extended based on conditions which will be decided on April 19.
OPINION Apr. 16
Climate change in Keizer?
OPINION Apr. 16
Caption It! By Steve Breen
SPORTS Apr. 16
Celts take down Lebanon in home opener
It had been nearly two years since the McNary baseball squad had hosted a game, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But on Thursday, April 15, the Celtics made their long awaited return to Vic Backlund Field.
NEWS Apr. 16
Police calls April 4 - April 9
BUSINESS Apr. 16
Business is poppin': 2-decade-old popcorn biz makes fresh start
Suzy Q Kettle Corn, a popcorn business previously in Bend, gains quick traction after moving to Keizer with a new owner.
NEWS Apr. 16
Keizer man in jail for firing shotgun outside Salem police station
The man fired a shotgun into the air as protesters sent messages with sidewalk chalk.
COMMUNITY Apr. 16
New life for local garden
On Saturday, April 17, a group of Keizer residents will be restoring a community garden located at the Salem Mennonite Church. Volunteers are welcomed to join.
COMMUNITY Apr. 16
Cat of the Week
Cat of the week at Salem Friends of Felines located on 4157 Cherry Avenue, Keizer.
FreeNEWS Apr. 15
Council may investigate one of its own
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. The Keizer City Council’s agenda for Monday, April 19, lists the possible investigation of Councilor Roland Herrera as a point of administrative action. Mayor Cathy Clark, Council President Elizabeth Smith and Councilor Dan Kohler placed Herrera under suspicion.
FIRE Apr. 15
Fire damages apartments in S.E. Keizer
On Wednesday, April 7, just before 10 a.m., Keizer Fire District (KFD) responded to call on the corner of Clearview Street and Clearview Court where visible smoke was in a structure. The call was made by an individual in a passing car who saw smoke coming from the building.
SCHOOLS Apr. 14
SKPS board splits on standardized testing
In a 4­­-3 decision, the Salem-Keizer School Board — at the recommendation of the district — elected for schools to skip standardized public testing for the 2020-21 school year at a meeting on Tuesday, April 13.
COMMUNITY Apr. 13
Council delays adoption of new goals, work plan
City Council members discussed short term and long term goals at a city meeting on April 5.
SPORTS Apr. 12
McNary ends season in heartbreaking defeat
Despite holding a 24-point lead in the first half and forcing seven turnovers the Celtics couldn't prevent South Salem from scoring 30 unanswered points and coming back for the 44-43 overtime win on Friday, April 9.
BOOK REVIEW Apr. 12
Book review: "When Women Invented Television" By Jennifer Keishin Armstrong
OPINION Apr. 12
There is more agreement than not in legislature
OPINION Apr. 12
It ain't over 'til it's over
COMMUNITY Apr. 12
Keizer Am. Legion post begins new era April 13
Starting on Tuesday, April 13, Keizer's American Legion Post 17 will meet on the second Tuesday of every month at 10 a.m. at the Keizer Elks Lodge.
SCHOOLS Apr. 12
Three Celts receive Act Six scholarships
McNary seniors Sophiya Chuprova, Maxim Zagaynov and Karla Martinez Pantoja each received an Act Six scholarship and will begin their college studies this fall.
COMMUNITY Apr. 12
Mayor declares Child Abuse Prevention Month
City Council members and Mayor Cathy Clark worked with CASA to declare April as Child Abuse Prevention Month.

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