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SPORTS Jul. 10
Volcanoes sweep Senators, Campesinos mop-up Mavs
Herb Swett gives a brief summary of moments that happened during previous games at the Volcanoes Stadium and the scores between teams.
COMMUNITY Jul. 10
Serenity in the tip of a pin
Travis Bueckner decorates his workspace with lego builds of his own in order to calm patients receiving acupunctures. The builds also hold a special place in Bueckner's heart with what they represent.
COMMUNITY Jul. 10
Hare hired as interim city leader
Wes Hare was approved to be interim city manager. His position took effect on Wednesday, July 7.
COMMUNITY Jul. 10
A shot in the heart: Volunteer gig becomes a calling for Keizer teacher
Cortney Clendening made it her goal to gather resources for unsheltered residents in the community. Now Clendening has continued to volunteer in the community and has created a website to inform visitors how they can get involved
NEWS Jul. 9
McNary alum dies in crash
A car crash on Saturday, July 3, at about 4:20 p.m. resulted in the death of two members of the community.
COMMUNITY Jul. 9
Classical recital slated Sat.
Hyrum Kohler will be performing a free recital at McNary High School on Saturday, July 10 which will include pieces of early 20th Century English, American and women composers in a program titled Out of Obscurity.
SPORTS Jul. 9
Mavericks no match for Campesinos: CAMPESINOS WIN 13-4
Herb Swett describes the results of a baseball game between the Campesinos and the Mavericks on July 4. The game ended in a win for the Campesinos 13-4.
NEWS Jul. 9
Body found in river
A dead body was found floating in the Willamette River on Friday, July 2. The death and identity of the man are currently under investigation.
SPORTS Jul. 9
Doutt awarded Athlete of the Year
McNary High School Senior, Leah Doutt was awarded the Salem Sports and Breakfast Club' Senior Athlete of the Year for Girls Basketball. McNary Head Coach Elizabeth Doran expresses her admiration for Doutt.
SCHOOLS Jul. 9
Schools relax some masking policies
Mask restrictions for students in the SKPS district were updated on July 1. Additional information will be released on September 7.
COMMUNITY Jul. 9
Cat of the Week
Cat of the week is at Salem Friends of Felines which is located on 4157 Cherry Avenue, Keizer.
OPINION Jul. 9
Caption It! By Steve Breen
NEWS Jul. 8
Police calls June 28 - July 4
NEWS Jul. 8
Two Keizer residents among fatalities in heat wave
Multiple people in Keizer, Salem and woodburn are believed to have died from the heat wave two weeks ago.
COMMUNITY Jul. 8
Homegrown stages heaping helping of The Bard
Jennifer Johnson, Jeremy Clubb and Tom Cavanaugh will be performing The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) at the company’s theatre in the Keizer Cultural Center. The show is in honor of Keizer Homegrown Theatre's annual Shakespeare in the Park which has been on pause for two years due to COVID-19.
SPORTS Jul. 8
McNary lacrosse lands new coach
Sean Litrakis is the new McNary High School boys’ lacrosse head coach. He was previously voted North Valley Conference Head Coach of the Year for 2016 and 2017.
FreeNEWS Jul. 8
Police arrest man in Keizer shooting
The suspect allegedly shot a woman in the leg in Keizer on June 25. He is being held on $70,000 bail.
BOOK REVIEW Jul. 6
Outdoor books for adults
Terri Schlichenmeyer gives her suggestion on books about the great outdoors.
COMMUNITY Jul. 6
A day on the river
Project ABLE held an event for people to learn how to kayak at Keizer Rapids on Saturday, June 19. This event brought up the idea of a future grant to make the dock ADA-accessible.
COMMUNITY Jul. 5
Rotary Club installs officers
On Wednesday, June 23, Brian Lea was installed as the 2021-22 president of the Rotary Club of Keizer. This was celebrated during a banquet where other members of the club were installed as well.

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