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Jun 28 2021 thru Jul 4 2021

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OPINION Jul. 3
Caption It! By Steve Breen
NEWS Jul. 3
Fire concerns loom over 4th
Due to the recent heat wave, local authorities have asked Oregonians to refrain from lighting fireworks. However, if residents still choose to light fireworks, there are some safety instructions to keep in mind.
NEWS Jul. 3
Downed power line sparks two-alarm fire
On Sunday, June 27 a power line down quickly turned into a house fire and multiple spot fires. Power was out to over 50 homes as crews worked to put out the fire and fix the power line.
NEWS Jul. 2
Police calls June 20 - June 24
NEWS Jul. 2
Naked man enters apt., arrested wandering complex
KPD arrested a man on Saturday, June 26 for walking around Lakepoint Apartments naked and even entering one of the homes. He was charged and released.
NEWS Jul. 2
Legislature adjourns after doling out billions
On Saturday, June 26, Keizer legislators voted on some of the largest issues in Oregon and figured out where federal aid will go.
COMMUNITY Jul. 2
Cat of the Week
Cat of the week is at Salem Friends of Felines located on 4157 Cherry Avenue, Keizer.
COMMUNITY Jul. 2
Pop! Bang! Boom! Where to watch the pros light up the night
Despite the pandemic and heat wave, multiple firework shows are still happening this year and here's where.
COMMUNITY Jun. 30
Monster Cookie returns, will start in Keizer
Registration for the annual Monster Cookie Metric Century Bike Ride is available now and will start here in Keizer on August 29.
COMMUNITY Jun. 29
Helping hands needed at county fair
The Marion County Fair is scheduled for July 9-11 and volunteers are needed. There are multiple jobs available for volunteers to pick and bonuses as well.
COMMUNITY Jun. 29
Local playwrights will be stars of Keizer production
The 45th Parallel Playwrights will have a showcase of small plays on July 18. The event is free to attend but seating is limited
COMMUNITY Jun. 29
Bus fares to resume July 6
Cherriots will return to collecting bus fares on July 6. Before then, bus passes must be purchased at Customer Service Centers.
SPORTS Jun. 29
Blanco places fifth for Celts at state tourney
McNary 106-pounder Max Blanco took fifth place at the Oregon Wrestling Association 6A state championships, which took place at Newberg High School June 25-26.
SPORTS Jun. 28
Grimmer commits to CCC
Grimmer averaged just over eight points and four rebounds per game for the Celtics this season.
SPORTS Jun. 28
Campesinos rally to beat Volcanoes
After trailing for the majority of the contest, the Campesinos scored a run to tie the game in the top of the eighth, and then exploded for runs in the ninth to defeat the Volcanoes by a score of 8-4 on Friday, June 25.
COMMUNITY Jun. 28
Cleaning up Keizer one Tuesday at a time
Trashy Tuesdays is a new effort by the Environmental & Technical Division of Keizer to encourage the community to clean up the city. People interested in helping can volunteer for the next clean-up which is on July 6.
FreeNEWS Jun. 28
Two missing after entering Willamette River, one near ferry
Local authorities have suspended searches. Missing men were 37 and 51 years old disappeared in separate incidents. Another swimmer was saved while struggling.
SPORTS Jun. 28
Campesinos manager starts fundraiser for Mavs league players
Daniel Robertson started a GoFundMe page, asking for financial support from the community, so that he could provide game-day meals to Mavericks League players. He is asking for $20,000 of support
COMMUNITY Jun. 28
Chamber picks new director
The Keizer Chamber of Commerce welcomes the new executive director, Corri Falardeau. Falardeau's current goal is to plan KeizerFEST for August.
NEWS Jun. 28
Rollover crash kills 1, injures 4
A rollover crash on Wheatland Road North kill the driver when they were ejected from the vehicle. Another adult passenger had to be taken to the hospital by Life Flight. On adult and two juveniles were also transported to the hospital with minor injuries.
COMMUNITY Jun. 28
Wing calls it a career after 32 years at Gubser
After more than three decades as a physical education teacher at Gubser Elementary, Wally Wing decided that it was time to enter the next phase of his life: retirement.

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