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Aug 2 2021 thru Aug 8 2021

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OPINION Aug. 7
Pride is more than one month
NEWS Aug. 7
Emergency rental assistance now available for Marion County residents
The Marion County Emergency Rental Assistance Program is now available to help Marion County households with financial struggles due to the pandemic. Members can apply online.
COMMUNITY Aug. 6
France dance to be featured at Polk fair
Keizer's France School of Dance will be performing on Saturday, Aug. 14 at the Polk County Fair. The event starts at 10 a.m. and will include multiple different genres of dance.
COMMUNITY Aug. 6
K/SAS Center sets re-opening
Sing-a-longs and karaoke are back
COMMUNITY Aug. 6
Oregon Spirit Chorus in concert
There will be a free a'cappella concert from The Oregon Spirit Chorus on Sunday, August 15 at Bush's Pasture Park. The event will run from 3 to 4 p.m.
COMMUNITY Aug. 6
National Night Out returns to Keizer
There were nearly two dozen parties throughout Keizer, marking the annual National Night Out event, which promotes neighborhood safety.
FIRE Aug. 6
Keizer Fire District has record-setting July
KFD ran 608 calls for service in July — it is the first time they have ever had over 600 calls in a month.
FreeSPECIAL Aug. 5
OFFICIAL GUIDE to the 2021 KeizerFEST
Read all the details about the 2021 KeizerFEST
NEWS Aug. 5
Gov. Brown tells Oregon health care workers to get vaccinated or expect regular Covid tests
Salem Health is already requiring regular Covid tests for unvaccinated employees. The health system said 90% of its medical providers are vaccinated against Covid and 75% of all employees. Oregon is the only U.S. state with a law specifically forbidding employers from requiring health care workers get vaccinated as a condition of employment.
COMMUNITY Aug. 5
New Keizer Village restaurant coming later this month
The pub will be located in Keizer Village (3860 River Road N Suite 3860-A), which was formally Gyro Stop, which closed in early-June.
COMMUNITY Aug. 5
Parade takes center stage at KeizerFEST
The Valley Credit Service KeizerFEST parade will be hitting the streets on Saturday, Aug. 7 at 10:30 a.m.
SPORTS Aug. 5
Mavs and Campesinos have large offensive outputs
Mavericks League Recaps
SPORTS Aug. 5
Salazar starts pro career as teenager
The former McNary soccer star signed a contract in June to play in North Carolina for the semi-professional team Wake FC of USL League Two.
COMMUNITY Aug. 3
Cat of the Week
Cat of the Week is at Salem Friends of Felines located on 4157 Cherry Avenue, Keizer.
SPORTS Aug. 2
Campesinos win thriller over Volcanoes
Trailing 4-0 in the bottom of the fourth, the Campesinos rallied for five runs in the frame, all with two outs, propelling them to a 7-5 victory over the Volcanoes.
BOOK REVIEW Aug. 2
Book review: "Breathing Fire"
Terri Schlichenmeyer gives her review of the book, "Breathing Fire" by Jaime Lowe.
OPINION Aug. 2
Tomorrow War proves to be underwhelming
T.J. Reid gives his opinion on The Tomorrow War.

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