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May 31 2021 thru Jun 6 2021

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OPINION Jun. 5
Stowaway tucks good moments into messy plot
T.J. Reid gives his review on Netflix's Stowaway.
COMMUNITY Jun. 5
Sowing the seeds of peace around town
Two Peace Poles were installed in Keizer to represent unity within the community. Additional Peace Poles will be installed around other parts of Keizer in the future.
COMMUNITY Jun. 4
Tour gardens this weekend
Saturday and Sunday, June 5 and 6, will be the second annual Lord & Schryver Conservancy Neighborhood Garden Tour to showcase residential gardens. Tickets can be purchased online but are limited due to COVID restrictions.
COMMUNITY Jun. 4
KHT's Revolutionists arrive this weekend
Keizer Homegrown Theatre's The Revolutionists had their first show on Thursday, June 4. The play will continue to be on June 5, 10-12 and 17-19 at 7 p.m. Tickets can be purchased online.
OPINION Jun. 4
Caption It! By Steve Breen
COMMUNITY Jun. 4
Carousel marks 20 years
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of The Salem Riverfront Carousel, rides will be $1 all day on Saturday, June 5. There will be food and a show from Alexander "The Master of Marvels" Magician which is free to the public.
NEWS Jun. 4
Vaccinations lag in Marion County, slows reopening
Marion country is currently behind on vaccinations to fully reopen. More than 22,000 vaccinations would need to be completed for restrictions to be relaxed.
NEWS Jun. 4
ATM stolen at Keizer Station credit union
An ATM was stolen from First Tech Credit Union on Wednesday, May 26. Investigators believe that the people responsible for the crime are from another state.
SPORTS Jun. 4
Grimmer leads McNary to victory
The senior post led the way for the Celtics with a game-high of 19 points as McNary defeated McKay by a score of 51-36 on Wednesday, June 2.
COMMUNITY Jun. 2
Obstacle course plans taking shape
McNary High JROTC instructor Javier Martin-Vinas, in partnership with the Army Corps of Engineers and the Oregon Army National Guard, is heading up a project to install an obstacle course at Keizer Rapids Park — the course would be located adjacent to the Big Toy Playground.
SPORTS Jun. 2
Fourth quarter rally pushes Celts over the top
After trailing by double-figures late in the third quarter, McNary outscored West Salem 24-9 in the final period as they went onto defeat the Titans by a score of 46-39 on Friday, May 28.
COMMUNITY Jun. 2
Chihuly exhibit arrives in Salem
Artist Dale Chihuly will have his glasswork on exhibit at the Hallie Ford Museum of Art in Salem. The exhibit opens on June 5 and will run through August 29
COMMUNITY Jun. 1
Rummage sale will support diabetes patients
On June 5-6 there will be a rummage sale and health fair which will include free blood glucose testing, free blood pressure testing, free literature and whole-body sonic vibration demonstrations.
OPINION May. 31
Thank you MCFD#1 voters
COMMUNITY May. 31
You say you want a revolution? These ladies have a plan
Performances for the Keizer Homegrown Theatre production, The Revolutionists, will be on June 3-5, 10-12 and 17-19 at 7 p.m.

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