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Apr 19 2021 thru Apr 25 2021

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SCHOOLS Apr. 24
Crowded field vies to reset school board
The Salem-Keizer School District has four open board seat positions and 11 candidates. Election day is on May 18.
OPINION Apr. 24
Day's decorum
NEWS Apr. 24
Former officer gets jail time, probation after domestic violence conviction
Former Silverton Police Department sergeant, Rene Bravo, was sentenced on Friday, April 9.
NEWS Apr. 23
Police calls April 11 - April 18
COMMUNITY Apr. 23
Cat of the Week
Cat of the Week at Salem Friends of Felines located on 4157 Cherry Avenue, Keizer.
SPORTS Apr. 23
McNary gets run-ruled after gaining early lead
Despite gaining a four-run advantage in the first inning the Titans scored 15 of the next 16 runs and defeated the Celtics 16-5 on Wednesday, April 21.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK Apr. 23
16 or older? Roll up those sleeves
The COVID-19 vaccines are now available for anyone 16 and older in Oregon.
NEWS Apr. 23
City’s population forecast plummets with new report
Keizer Planning Commission discussed the change in population projection in Keizer on Wednesday, April 14 at a meeting.
COMMUNITY Apr. 22
Local artist creates dual language children’s book
With the COVID-19 pandemic disrupting the normal way of life, Dago Benavidez wanted to make a children’s book (ages 5-10) to attempt to help kids understand the grief they might be feeling. The unique aspect of the book, which is called 'Rusty and Me', is that it is written in both English and Spanish — the title in Spanish is called 'Rusty y yo.'
SPORTS Apr. 22
Multiple area players selected in inaugural Mavericks League Draft
The Mavericks League held their first ever draft on Friday, April 9 and many players with local ties will be playing in the league’s inaugural season.
SPORTS Apr. 22
McNary splits first track meet with McKay
The McNary boys squad defeated McKay 43-35 while the girls team fell 56-30 on Monday, April 19.
SPORTS Apr. 21
McCarty commits to play at Lewis & Clark
McNary quarterback Jack McCarty announced on Twitter on Tuesday, April 20 that he has committed to play football at Lewis & Clark College.
SPORTS Apr. 20
McNary run-rules South Salem in first game on new field
The Celtics controlled the contest from start to finish, defeating the Saxons 10-0.
OPINION Apr. 20
A beast brawl free-for-all on HBO Max
TJ Reid gives his opinion on Godzilla vs. Kong.
COMMUNITY Apr. 20
Wheels of Rotary turn out good works
Keizer Rotary Club continues working through the pandemic to help the community.
FreeNEWS Apr. 19
Council will consider corrective action memo for Herrera
The Keizer City Council will consider a memo of correction for Councilor Roland Herrera after accusations of mishandling public records, violating social media conducting business out of view of public.
OPINION Apr. 19
School Resource Officers in Salem-Keizer schools
OPINION Apr. 19
Speed Bump By Dave Coverly
BUSINESS Apr. 19
And in the blue corner: YOU; New gym opens with a mission to expand interest in gloving up
New gym, Toe 2 Toe Boxing, opens up with classes for all skill levels and ages.

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