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Jun 7 2021 thru Jun 13 2021

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NEWS Jun. 12
COVID vaccines going mobile at Salem Health
Salem Health is now including mobile vaccine clinic events to encourage more vaccinations. Walk-ins are accepted.
NEWS Jun. 12
Third time’s the cure: “Sudafed Bill” sails through legislative approval
Rep. Bill Post gives his input on a bill he sponsored that passed on Monday, June 7. This bill relaxes laws related to pseudoephedrine which is a medication used for allergies.
COMMUNITY Jun. 12
Photo honors awarded at Keizer Art Assoc.
Janice Christman won first place in the Keizer Art Association's virtual photography show.
OPINION Jun. 12
Speed Bump By Dave Coverly
COMMUNITY Jun. 11
Graduation Day
NEWS Jun. 11
Murky path to interim city manager lies ahead: Day grinds axe over candidate, informal public intro June 14
During a city council meeting, members discussed their thoughts on the primary candidate for interim city manager.
COMMUNITY Jun. 11
Honoring differences with flags makes for a thorny issue, city council talk
On Monday, June 7, Keizer City Council discussed concerns with flying a LGBTQ+ Pride flag outside city hall.
OPINION Jun. 11
You are not alone
COMMUNITY Jun. 11
Celt CTEC grads head into workforce
Seven McNary seniors were recognized for their decisions to enter the workforce in the industry they have studied at Career Training Education Center (CTEC) in a signing day ceremony on Wednesday, June 2.
SPORTS Jun. 10
Celtics get seven all-league selections
Nine McNary softball players were named as local all-league selections for the 2021 season. The Celtics finished the season 16-2.
SPORTS Jun. 10
Celts take down McKay
The boys team beat the Royal Scots by a score of 109-22 while the girls won their meet 76-21.
SPORTS Jun. 10
Zavala wins Pac-12 POY
Oregon outfielder, and Keizer native, Aaron Zavala was named the Pac-12 Player of the Year, becoming the first Duck player to win the award in more than four decades.
SPORTS Jun. 9
McNary come up short against West Salem
Despite winning five matches via forfeit, the Celtics wrestling team fell just short of the dual victory on Friday, June 4 as they lost to West Salem 40-39.
SPORTS Jun. 9
Meithof signs to play at Westmont
The senior shooting guard will be heading to Santa Barbara to player for Keizer-native Landon Boucher.
BOOK REVIEW Jun. 8
Book review: "Violet and Daisy"
Terri Schlichenmeyer gives her book review of "Violet and Daisy" by Sarah Miller.
COMMUNITY Jun. 8
Sounds (and looks) nice
McNary High School combines the media production, choir and audio production classes into one space.
OPINION Jun. 8
What we owe the Class of '21
BUSINESS Jun. 7
The REC adds BBQ joint ready to rock your tastebuds on two fronts
Town and Country Smokehouse recently opened right next to The REC. The restaurant serves Western-style and Hawaiian BBQ.
NEWS Jun. 7
City will get to plan for fewer new residents
Two years ago the city planned for nearly 10,000 new residents by 2041 but now that number has dropped to just over 4,000. Despite the change, some on the Keizer City Council and the Keizer Planning Commission urged the city to continue confronting the housing challenges in the city.
COMMUNITY Jun. 7
Artists: Keep Oregon Green wants anniversary billboard submissions
Keep Oregon Green is holding a billboard art contest from now until August 9 at 5 p.m. There will be cash prizes and certificates available to those who enter and win.

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