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May 3 2021 thru May 9 2021

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NEWS May. 8
Police calls April 26 - May 1
COMMUNITY May. 8
Scavenger hunters take over Salem-Keizer this weekend
Matthew Poteet, owner of the Poteet Insurance Agency, hosted a scavenger hunt for Keizer and Salem residents. This event was an opportunity for residents to get out and discover local businesses while having fun.
COMMUNITY May. 8
Library book sale May 21 - May 22
The Keizer Community Library's Spring Book Sale will offer overstock books, books on tape and CD, movies, puzzles, and good deals for hardcover and paperback books. The sale will be on Friday, May 21, and Saturday, May 22.
OPINION May. 8
Speed Bump By Dave Coverly
NEWS May. 7
Post's bills for police dog rescue, veteran's benefits taking shape
Rep. Bill Post's bills for rescuing police dogs and giving more benefits to veterans has received a large amount of support from the community.
COMMUNITY May. 7
Debate over money-saving step for city gets testy on equity, police pay
In a city council meeting held on May 3, members debated if Sgt. David LeDay should be rehired at the Keizer Police Department after he submitted his resignation.
FreeNEWS May. 7
City releases internal report on city manager gun shot
The Keizer City Council voted to release an internal report regarding the former city manager's discharge of a gun in his city hall office two months ago. Keizertimes is publishing the entire document released to the public. UPDATED with some key findings.
OPINION May. 7
Caption It! By Steve Breen
COMMUNITY May. 7
Post goes all-in with long battle for allergy relief
Bill Post shares his struggle with trying to make the allergy relief medication pseudoephedrine available to state residents without a prescription. However, things are starting to seem hopeful.
COMMUNITY May. 7
Cat of the Week
Cat of the week was at Salem Friends of Felines which is location on 4157 Cherry Avenue, Keizer
SPORTS May. 5
United at the shores: A look at the model for modern independent baseball
Volcanoes Stadium will officially begin a new chapter next week as the host of the Mavericks League — a four-team, independent, amateur baseball league where all contests will be played at one site from May to September. The idea of an independent baseball league playing every game at one site might be a new one to Northwest baseball fans, but the Mavericks League is attempting to model their product after the United Shores Professional Baseball League (USPBL), which is located in Utica, Mich., just outside of Detroit.
SPORTS May. 5
Day signs with Linfield
After an excellent career at Blanchet High School, senior linebacker Logan Day will be continuing his education and football career at Linfield University. He officially signed with the Wildcats on Monday, May 3.
COMMUNITY May. 5
Former Volcanoes GM will sign latest book at McNary Golf Club
Mitche Graf will be doing book signings for his newest book on Friday, May 7 at the McNary Golf Club. The book is called Customer Service Is DEAD: Delivering 6-Star Service In A 1-Star World.
FreeBUSINESS May. 5
Keizer insurance agency sponsors scavenger hunt
Matthew Poteet, a Keizer-based Farmers Insurance agent, is hosting scavenger hunt this weekend. There's still time to register to participate. Poteet said he hopes the chase is the first of many to come.
SPORTS May. 4
Hawley pitches gem, leading McNary to victory
The freshman right-hander needed just 55 pitches to get through five innings, giving up no runs and two hits while striking out five as the Celtics run-ruled Dallas by a score of 10-0 on Monday, May 3.
COMMUNITY May. 4
Oregon adds House seat
Oregon grew from 3.8 million residents to 4.2 million residents will be adding a seat in the House of Representatives.
SCHOOLS May. 4
Unfinished learning leads to district intervention
Due to the pandemic, many students have unfinished learning and several funding sources have been put in place to address this.
OPINION May. 4
Netflix art heist doc needs focus
TJ Reid leaves his review on Netflix's This is a Robbery: The World’s Biggest Art Heist.
SCHOOLS May. 3
Kinder registration open
COMMUNITY May. 3
The ties that bind Detroit & Keizer
A Detroit City Council meeting appointed Todd Smith, the husband of Elizabeth Smith, a Keizer city councilor and president of the body, to the Detroit City Council in the wake of a vacancy.

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