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May 10 2021 thru May 16 2021

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OPINION May. 15
The cost of climate change
OPINION May. 15
Get off the internet
COMMUNITY May. 15
Ballots due May 18
Tuesday, May 18 at 8 p.m. is the last day for ballots to be turned in. There are multiple drop off locations and the ballot's progress can be tracked through text message and email.
OPINION May. 15
Speed Bump By Dave Coverly
SCHOOLS May. 15
Keizer students make the grade at Connections Academy
First honor roll for grades K-12 was announced by the Willamette Connections Academy to recognize outstanding academic achievement in students during the 2020-2021 year/
COMMUNITY May. 15
Buzzing about at Schreiner’s Iris Gardens
Schreiner's Iris Gardens are open to visitors daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. but tickets must be purchased online in advance.
NEWS BRIEF May. 14
Tax deadline looming
The deadline to file taxes is on Monday, May 17. Taxes filed late will have penalties, interest and additional fees.
COMMUNITY May. 14
Police calls May 3 - May 8
COMMUNITY May. 14
MCFD1 makes last pitch for operating levy
The Marion County Fire District explains that they have been responding to more calls with fewer firefighters. They are asking the community to approve Measure #24-455
OPINION May. 14
Caption It! By Steve Breen
COMMUNITY May. 14
It's a springtime Oktoberfest at St. Ed
The 2021 Step into Spring Food Fest will be on May 15-16 with food and drinks offered from nonprofit organizations. Step into Spring is a walk-in event.
COMMUNITY May. 14
Cat of the Week
Cat of the Week at Salem Friends of Felines located on 4157 Cherry Avenue, Keizer
SPORTS May. 13
The steelhead of my dreams
SPORTS May. 13
Celts tennis teams host final home matches
The McNary boys tennis team hosted their senior day on Thursday, May 6, against Corvallis while the girls team played their final home match of the season on Monday, May 10.
COMMUNITY May. 13
McNary alum finds new role among the U.S. Marine Corps faithful
In February, Noah Kileenackerman finished the Marine Corps 12-week boot camp program and is currently in Marine Special Operations School (MARSOC) — the Marine Special Operations School trains and educates personnel “in order to meet MARSOC’s requirement to provide capable personnel to conduct special operations,” according to the school’s website.
SPORTS May. 13
4 McNary athletes sign on to compete in college
McNary quarterback Jack McCarty signed his letter of intent to join the Lewis & Clark football team while Celtics pitcher Aaron Nease committed to play baseball at Saint Martin's University in Lacey, Wash. Brennan Whalen signed to run track and cross country at Marion Military Institute in Marion, Ala. and his twin brother Ethan inked his letter of intent to do the same with George Fox.
SCHOOLS May. 12
Anti-racism demonstrators make presence known at SKPS meeting
During the Spotlight on Success portion of the meeting, air horns and loud bangs on the glass windows made the discussion inaudible at times. Superintendent Christy Perry and the board attempted to push through the noise, but there were multiple instances where Marty Heyen and Sheronne Blasi could not be heard over their computer microphones and had to either write-in a question they had about an agenda item or vote on an action item using a thumbs up or thumbs down.
SPORTS May. 12
Whiteaker, Claggett conclude track season
The Keizer middle schools were allowed to compete in head-to-head fashion in two of their three dual meets this season.
SPORTS May. 11
McNary remains unbeaten with win over Corvallis
The Celtics rallied for five runs on four hits in the bottom of the fourth, propelling themselves to a 7-3 victory over Corvallis on Monday, May 10.
COMMUNITY May. 11
Longtime KPD officers sign off
Sgt. Greg Barber and Lt. Bob Trump recently retired from the Keizer Police Department.
COMMUNITY May. 11
Surveys will inform county's development
Marion county created a survey for future housing and development plans. The plans will depend on the opinions of residents who fill out the survey.
BUSINESS May. 11
From household items to custom furniture, Nighthawk offers edge up
Miles Christy, owner of Nighthawk Woodworking, shares his story about how he got into woodworking and starting his business.
SPORTS May. 10
Celts get walk-off win over Crescent Valley
McNary rallied from a 3-1 deficit to force extra innings before eventually pulling out the victory in the bottom of the eighth.
BOOK REVIEW May. 10
REVIEW: "That Summer"
The latest book review from Terri Schlichenmeyer.
COMMUNITY May. 10
Herrera admonishment tabled, supporters sound off
In a city council meeting on May 3, Keizer residents shared their thoughts on the possible investigation of Councilor Roland Herrera. Many residents expressed how they were upset with how Herrera has been treated and gave their input on what should change.
NEWS May. 10
Mask protest prompts walkout at city council
Members of the community expressed their opinions in a city council meeting on the COVID restrictions put in place by Gov. Kate Brown.

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