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Apr 26 2021 thru May 2 2021

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OPINION May. 1
A world class educator
SCHOOLS May. 1
Grab-N-Go meals still offered
During Hybrid learning, students will have free Gab-N-Go Meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day.
NEWS May. 1
Police calls April 18 - Aprill 26
COMMUNITY May. 1
A voice in the dark: CASAs a source of resilience for kids caught in legal limbo
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) is an organization focused on advocating for neglected children who need a safe and loving home.
OPINION May. 1
Speed Bump By Dave Coverly
COMMUNITY Apr. 30
Sowing the seeds of community
Keizer residents came together to restore community garden next to Salem Mennonite Church on April 17.
SCHOOLS Apr. 30
MPFS donation will clear up Salem library fines
For every $1 donated to Marion Polk Food Share, Salem Public Library will reduce library fines by $5 for students with overdue books.
FreeSCHOOLS Apr. 30
Q&A's with school board candidates
With 11 candidates in the upcoming Salem-Keizer school board elections, it's quite possible the voters need some help distinguishing one candidate from the other. Salem Reporter is here to give an assist.
BOOK REVIEW Apr. 30
REVIEW: "The Music of Bees"
The latest book review from Terri Schlichenmeyer.
FreeCORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK Apr. 30
Marion County moves back to extreme COVID risk
Due to less than a third of Oregon's population being fully vaccinated and the rise in positive COVID cases, Gov. Kate Brown made safety changes on April 27 to encourage social distancing.
COMMUNITY Apr. 30
Joys of Color
COMMUNITY Apr. 30
Cat of the Week
Cat of the Week at Salem Friends of Felines located on 4157 Cherry Avenue, Keizer.
NEWS Apr. 30
A rep to protect
Kathy Peck, Keizer’s human resources attorney, argued that former Keizer city manager, Chris Eppley, had his due process rights violated.
OPINION Apr. 30
Caption It! By Steve Breen
SPORTS Apr. 29
Big first inning gives McNary convincing win
The Celtics scored seven runs in the opening frame en route to a 13-3 victory over West Albany
SPORTS Apr. 29
McNary has good showing in first home meet
The McNary boys and girls track teams won seven events apiece in their first home meet in nearly two years on Monday, April 26.
SCHOOLS Apr. 28
Second to none: Celt principal takes statewide honor
McNary principal Erik Jespersen was named the Oregon 2021 High School Principal of the Year by the Oregon Association of Secondary School Administrators (OASSA) and the Coalition of Oregon School Administrators (COSA). Salem-Keizer Public Schools (SKPS) Superintendent Christy Perry presented Jespersen with the award.
SPORTS Apr. 27
Celts continue early-season dominance
McNary has outscored their opponents 62-1 in their first five games.
SCHOOLS Apr. 27
SKPS will continue EDGE school alongside in-person
Starting in fall, SKPS students will return to in-person learning with the exception of the EDGE program.
COMMUNITY Apr. 27
Art association awards Orange show standouts
Jami Faith won Best of Show honors in the Keizer Art Association’s April virtual show.
COMMUNITY Apr. 26
Public testimony sides with Herrera
Many Keizer residents shared their opinions with the investigation on Councilor Roland Herrera during a city council meeting.
COMMUNITY Apr. 26
Council pursing 'corrective action' in fallout over Eppley gun shot
A city council meeting was held on Monday, April 19 to discuss corrective action for Councilor Roland Herrera

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