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Jul 12 2021 thru Jul 18 2021

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COMMUNITY Jul. 17
Magic and science at MHS
Multiple camp programs are being held throughout the Salem-Keizer School District including the Science-Magic Design Camp.
COMMUNITY Jul. 17
Traveling tuba visits Uptown
The Salem Symphonic Winds joined with the Marion Polk Food Share to help feed the hungry and to support music performances. The first concert is on Aug. 15 at Youngberg Hill Winery.
NEWS Jul. 17
Chamber installs board
New Keizer Chamber board officers and directors installed
NEWS Jul. 17
Oregon State Fair returns, tickets on sale now
The Oregon State Fair will open at full capacity on Friday, August 27 through Monday, Sept. 6. Tickets are on sale now.
FreeOBITUARY Jul. 17
Martha V. Richardson. December 19, 1931 – July 8, 2021
COMMUNITY Jul. 17
Spreading the word - via T-shirt
Debra Flowers got custom tie-dye T-shirts made with the word "Vaccinated" on the front in order to encourage other members in the community to get their COVID-19 vaccine.
OPINION Jul. 17
Speed Bump By Dave Coverly
COMMUNITY Jul. 16
Curtains fall on KHT's Shakespeare Abridged
The final shows for Keizer Homegrown Theatre's production of The Complete Works of Williams Shakespeare is on Friday, July 16, and Saturday, July 17. Tickets can be purchased online.
COMMUNITY Jul. 16
Patience will restore sun-fried plants
The heat wave caused a lot of damage to plants and flowers, but there is still a chance to save them.
NEWS Jul. 16
Ancient aquifer keeps city hydrated
There has been a chlorine treatment shortage in Oregon but officials currently say that Keizer doesn't need to worry due to the water already being clean. If concerns arise, Keizer Public Works will notify the public.
NEWS Jul. 16
Police calls July 4 - July 11
COMMUNITY Jul. 16
Plant sale supports parks conservancy
The Mission Street Parks Conservancy is hosting a plant sale on Friday, July 16, and Saturday, July 17 at Bush's Pasture Park. All proceeds benefit the conservancy.
OPINION Jul. 16
Caption It! By Steve Breen
COMMUNITY Jul. 16
Cat of the Week
Cat of the week at Salem Friends of Felines located on 4157 Cherry Avenue, Keizer.
SPORTS Jul. 14
Mavericks League Recaps: Volcanoes, Mavericks earn series victories
SPORTS Jul. 14
Game-winner from Markantonatos puts Mavericks over the top
With the game tied at 5-5 in the bottom of the ninth, Nick Markantonatos launched a two-run blast over the right field wall to give the Mavericks the 7-5 victory over the Senators.
SPORTS Jul. 13
Keizer Cal Ripken 12U team wins state title
The Keizer Cal Ripken 12U squad defeated Lakeridge 10-7 in the state championship game on Saturday, July 10. Keizer will advance to the regional tournament in Moscow, Ida., which takes place July 21-25.
SPORTS Jul. 13
Rangers draft Zavala 38th overall
On Monday, July 12, Keizer native and University of Oregon outfielder Aaron Zavala was drafted by the Texas Rangers in the second round of the MLB Draft with the 38th overall pick.
COMMUNITY Jul. 13
Something Forgotten
Jim Taylor talks about his camping and fishing trip with his friend. Taylor describes what the experience was like.
COMMUNITY Jul. 13
Summer camps booked solid, build community
Nearly 200 summer camp sessions hosted by SKPS have been completely booked out.
COMMUNITY Jul. 13
Unparalleled Playwrights debuting work at cultural center
The 45th Parallel Playwrights, a playwriting group in the community, started two years ago and this year they have their first showcase: Eight Unparalleled Plays.
COMMUNITY Jul. 12
Chalking it up
COMMUNITY Jul. 12
Volunteers needed for city committees
There are multiple openings for city committees and commissions where volunteers are currently needed.

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