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May 17 2021 thru May 23 2021

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OPINION May. 22
The magic of Paul Morgan
Managing editor Eric Howald pays tribute to Paul Morgan, one of the early leaders of the Keizer Community Food Bank.
OBITUARY May. 22
Paul Morgan August 30, 1925 – May 13, 2021
COMMUNITY May. 22
Blood drive at St. Ed's May 27
OPINION May. 22
Speed Bump By Dave Coverly
OPINION May. 21
Caption It! By Steve Breen
COMMUNITY May. 21
Police calls May 9 - May 16
FreeNEWS May. 21
Confused about masking? You're not alone, this is the latest
Residents in Oregon that are fully vaccinated are now not required to wear a mask in most public settings. Businesses can choose if masks are required and most will check proof of vaccination before entry.
COMMUNITY May. 21
KPD paying extra attention to seat belt usage this month
The Keizer Police Traffic Safety Unit will be educating others about speeding laws, using electronic devices and seatbelt safety for the national "Click it or Ticket" campaign.
COMMUNITY May. 21
Cat of the Week
Cat of the week at Salem Friends of Felines located on 4157 Cherry Avenue, Keizer.
COMMUNITY May. 21
Making the grade: McNary Latino scholars honored
The Latino Action Committee (LAC) awarded scholarships to 18 McNary Latinx seniors. Each student received $400.
COMMUNITY May. 21
Clean up at Wallace House
There will be a Wallace House Park cleanup on Saturday, May 22 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
COMMUNITY May. 20
Early returns look good for MCFD levy
Today election results will be updated with new tallies for the Marion County Fire District #1 operating levy.
SPORTS May. 20
Celtics track teams compete in final meet of season
SPORTS May. 20
McNary takes down West Albany
Taylor Ebbs and KJ Custer each homered in the ballgame and Abbi Covalt went 3-for-4 with a double and a run scored in the victory.
SPORTS May. 20
Kaiser leads Celts to win over South Eugene
The junior slugger hit two homers — including a grand slam — and drove in six in McNary's 15-11 win.
SCHOOLS May. 20
How McNary is responding to COVID cases
Since hybrid learning began on April 13, McNary has had only three positive COVID-19 cases on-site while infectious, which led to five additional students needing to quarantine for 14 days — this is out of 1,627 students currently enrolled in hybrid at McNary.
SPORTS May. 19
Mavericks League kicks off inaugural season
The Opening Day game saw the Portland Mavericks, in their first contest in over four decades, defeat the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes by a score of 4-2.
FreeSCHOOLS May. 19
Celts return to stage
Bard’s Midsummer is outdoor affair with shows Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
COMMUNITY May. 18
Keizer's scavenger winner walks away with $2K
Anthony Welch won $2,000 from the 2021 Salem-Keizer Scavenger Hunt.
COMMUNITY May. 18
Odds and ends from the city's financial plan
Keizer Finance Director Tim Wood addresses his opinion on the new city budget along with the increase in police service fees.
COMMUNITY May. 18
$48M city budget unveils financial toll of chaotic year
After two meetings in city council, the city's budget committee approved a $48 million budget. This will help cover some of the unexpected additional expenses incurred by the city.
COMMUNITY May. 17
City officials attempt to head off questions
A brief timeline of the Chris Eppley situation and questions answered by city officials.
OPINION May. 17
A muted response to a shot
FreeCOMMUNITY May. 17
McNary theatre returns with Midsummer Dream
McNary is staging a live production this weekend of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
NEWS May. 17
Asked about accountability, City  officials opt to muddy the waters
After the investigation for the former city manager, the Keizertimes submitted questions to city official members and Mayor Cathy Clark to answer missing gaps in the final report.
NEWS May. 17
Internal investigation: City manager told others he was breaking policy on firearms
A summary of the investigation report of former city manager Chris Eppley discharging a firearm in the Keizer Civic Center.

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