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Aug 9 2021 thru Aug 15 2021

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NEWS Aug. 14
Police calls August 2 - August 6
COMMUNITY Aug. 14
KPD holding traffic safety campaign
The "Click it or Ticket" campaign, which focuses on teaching traffic safety, will run from August 23rd through September 5th.
SPORTS Aug. 13
Campesinos clinch regular season crown
After going up 10-0 in the third inning, the Mavericks staged a wild comeback in the final seven frames. But it wasn't enough as the Campesinos took home the 14-11 victory on Thursday, Aug. 12, officially clinching the inaugural Mavericks League regular season championship and the top seed in the postseason — which will take place Sept. 2-4.
COMMUNITY Aug. 13
Farm to Fork brings culinary creativity to McNary
Campers had their last day of the Farm to Fork camp program on Friday, August 6th. The program taught members about where their food comes from and how to cook it.
COMMUNITY Aug. 13
Sullivan speaking on arts for kids with disabilities
On Thursday, August 19th, Kari Sullivan will speak at the McNary Golf Club about Kaleidoscope, an art experience for younger people with developmental disabilities. The event is free to attend.
COMMUNITY Aug. 13
Caption It! By Steve Breen
COMMUNITY Aug. 13
Park clean-up set for Aug. 15
Members of the community are invited to come join the Claggett Creek Watershed Council and high school students to clean up Palma Ciea Park on Sunday, Aug. 15 at 10 a.m.
COMMUNITY Aug. 12
CASA collecting school supplies for students
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) is currently accepting donations for school supplies for elementary through high school students. Donations can be brought to their main office located at 3530 River Road N. in Keizer.
SPORTS Aug. 11
Mavs League Recaps: Volcanoes maintain second place position
COMMUNITY Aug. 11
Omission makes debut at Keizer Homegrown Theater
The world premiere of the psychological thriller, Omission, will be debuting at KHT Aug. 19-21 with performances taking place on the outside patio behind the Keizer Cultural Center, next to Keizer City Hall.
COMMUNITY Aug. 11
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.
OPINION Aug. 11
Caption It! By Steve Breen
FreeCOMMUNITY Aug. 10
Gov. Brown declares state of emergency due to forecasted heat
The emergency declaration applies statewide, Aug. 10-20
FreeCOMMUNITY Aug. 10
Gov. Brown mandates masks indoors, state employee Covid vaccination
The announcement Tuesday are the latest statewide mandates intended to fight a rapid growth in Covid hospitalizations across Oregon.
OPINION Aug. 10
Speed Bump By Dave Coverly
FreePOLICE Aug. 9
5 Keizer officers cleared in shooting, suspect Sean Beck indicted
A Marion County Grand Jury unanimously found that Keizer police officers Jeremy Darst, Scott Keniston, Chad Fahey, Michael Kowash and Sergeant Kevin DeMarco were justified in their use of deadly force against Sean Beck on July 28.
SPORTS Aug. 9
Campesinos bats stay hot against Senators
Nick Ybarra and Rick Phillips each had three hits and two RBIs as the Campesinos defeated the Senators 14-6 on Friday, Aug. 6, maintaining their stranglehold on the first-place spot in the Mavericks League.
NEWS Aug. 9
Police calls July 25 - July 31
COMMUNITY Aug. 9
Cat of the Week
Cat of the week is located at Salem Friends of Felines at 4157 Cherry Avenue, Keizer.

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