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COMMUNITY Jul. 31
City seeking feedback for Wheatland Corridor plan
Members of the community can send their feedback for the Wheatland Rd. Multimodal Corridor Plan. Input will be accepted until Sunday, August 8.
COMMUNITY Jul. 31
Whiteaker welcomes new sixth-grade class
Incoming sixth graders visit Whiteaker Middle School for a tour of the school and a scavenger hunt.
KEIZER PUBLIC SAFETY Jul. 31
Man charged for rampage through Keizer; pedestrian killed is identified
The Marion County District Attorney's Office charged a Silverton man on Friday in connection with two shootings and a fatal hit-and-run in Keizer in an episode that ended in Salem.
COMMUNITY Jul. 31
Reunion held for '01 class
On Saturday, August 14, McNary High School class of 2001 will celebrate their 20th anniversary with a picnic and a dinner
FreeOBITUARY Jul. 31
Kathleen “Kathy” Reynolds Martinez September 19, 1943 – July 13, 2021
NEWS Jul. 30
Polk County Sheriff's Office rescues two tubers stranded near Keizer Rapids Park
The Polk County Sheriff’s Office rescued two women who had become stranded on a gravel bar north of Keizer Rapids Park Thursday night.
COMMUNITY Jul. 30
Great Oregon Steam-Up returns to Heritage Park
The Great Oregon Steam-Up is at Heritage Park in Brooks. The event includes a variety of tractors, motorcycles, farm equipment, and more.
COMMUNITY Jul. 30
Camp program stimulates creativity in students
The Stop Motion Film Animation camp program gave kids in the community a chance to experiment with animations and express their imagination.
NEWS Jul. 30
Police calls July 18 - July 24
FreeSCHOOLS Jul. 29
Gov. Brown will require masks in Oregon K-12 schools for 2021-22
Salem-Keizer students and educators returning to classrooms in the fall will have to wear a mask indoors, Gov. Kate Brown said Thursday.
FreePOLICE Jul. 29
UPDATE: Keizer police officers involved in shooting
Officers contacted two adult males near a vehicle, which was determined to be stolen. One of the males exchanged gunfire with officers and then fled in the vehicle. The other male stayed at the scene and was cooperative.
SCHOOLS Jul. 29
Students speak out at school board meeting
Antagonism toward school officials regarding minorities was voiced by a succession of audience speakers at Tuesday’s work session of the Salem-Keizer School Board.
COMMUNITY Jul. 29
‘I didn't come here with an agenda,' Hare takes over as interim manager
Earlier this month, Wes Hare was named the interim city manager of Keizer. His contract with the city is expected to last between six and 12 months while the city searches for a permanent replacement.
FreeNEWS Jul. 29
Keizer, Salem involves two shootings, pursuit, possible pedestrian fatality
An episode that started Wednesday with a police contact in Keizer ended two miles away in an exchange of gunfire in the parking lot of the northeast Salem Home Depot. Police have released few details.
SPORTS Jul. 28
Sullivan proving to be one of nation's best
Sullivan, who is going to be a junior at McNary in the fall, was the only golfer from Oregon that competed in the High School Golf National Invitational at Pinehurst Resort, N.C, which took place June 28-30. In the three-day, 54-hole tournament, Sullivan placed 34th out of more than 300 participants, shooting a 78 on day one, a 79 on day two and a 71 on the final day.
COMMUNITY Jul. 28
OLCV photo contest looking for entires
There are three different photo categories for the The Oregon League of Conservation Voters 2021 photo contest. Photos must be submitted before Wednesday, Sept. 1.
OPINION Jul. 27
Speed Bump By Dave Coverly
SPORTS Jul. 26
Big ninth-inning gives Campesinos victory over Mavericks
With the score tied 4-4 in the top of the ninth, the Campesinos rallied for five runs in the final frame to defeat the Mavericks by a score of 9-4 on Friday, July 23.
OPINION Jul. 26
Caption It! By Steve Breen
COMMUNITY Jul. 26
Cat of the Week
Cat of the week is at Salem Friends of Felines located on 4157 Cherry Avenue, Keizer.

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