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Aug 30 2021 thru Sep 5 2021

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COMMUNITY Sep. 4
The Return of the Monster Cookie Ride
The Monster Cookie Ride was on Sunday, August 29. It included three biking options that ranged in miles.
COMMUNITY Sep. 4
Sandee Thai Restaurant opens on River Rd.
Sandee Thai Restaurant just opened up on River Road N. The food includes authentic homemade Thai dishes that can be made diet friendly.
COMMUNITY Sep. 4
Cat of the week
Cat of the week is at Salem Friends of Felines located on 4157 Cherry Avenue, Keizer.
POLICE Sep. 3
Keizer officers arrest car clouter
Jerry Atalig II (28) was charged with eight counts of Unauthorized Entry into a Motor Vehicle (UEMV) and Theft in the Second Degree
COMMUNITY Sep. 3
Keizertimes welcomes new advertising rep
The Keizertimes says hello to the new advertising account representative, Robin Barney. She will handle display advertising for the weekly paper, special sections and web advertising.
COMMUNITY Sep. 3
KAA announces showcase winners
The Keizer Art Association announced the winners for the Members Showcase exhibit which included awards in Best in Show, digital art, photography and other categories.
NEWS Sep. 3
Reconciliation, redistricting and riding horses: A sit-down with Rep. Kurt Schrader
The congressman sat down with the Keizertimes staff on Aug. 27 to talk about the upcoming redistricting in Oregon, a controversial $3.5 trillion reconciliation package and what he's doing to help address Oregon's COVID surge.
SPORTS Sep. 3
Buffoni takes over McNary XC program
Buffoni has been coaching cross country for more than two decades, and will bring his wealth of experience and knowledge to the McNary team after taking over the program this summer.
FreePUBLIC SAFETY Sep. 2
Salem Health CEO delivers ‘dire and grim’ update
In an update Thursday, Salem Health CEO Cheryl Nester Wolfe said that the hospital had 21 Covid patients in the ICU, with 16 on ventilators. "I will tell you quite factually that those 16 aren’t going to make it. That’s the reality of what we are dealing with," Wolfe said.
NEWS Sep. 2
Cherriots adds Sunday service, reduces weekday service by 20%
The bus service announced earlier this month that they would be adding a service on Sundays, which will be free all of September. Staffing shortages and a COVID outbreak have also forced Cherriots to temporarily reduce weekday service.
FreeSPECIAL SECTION Sep. 2
2021 Salem-Keizer High School Football Preview
The Keizertimes provides an in-depth look at all six prep football programs in the Salem-Keizer area.
SPORTS Sep. 2
A family affair: Copeland bros lead McNary football
After a solid spring season, Tyler and Braiden Copeland look to be two of the best returning skill players in the MVC.
SPORTS Sep. 1
Mavs League Recaps: Campesinos, Volcanoes close out regular season with series victories
NEWS Sep. 1
'Blatant' shoplifting incident angers Keizer community
A video shared on Facebook that shows three men stealing thousands of dollars worth of wire from a Lowe's in Keizer has been viewed over 25,000 times. The video also received thousands of comments angry about the ease in which shoplifters got away.
MALHEUR COUNTY Aug. 31
AROUND OREGON: Adrian School Board fires superintendent for obeying state's mask mandate
The decision to fire Kevin Purnell as superintendent of the Adrian School Board came after a closed-door session on Monday, Aug. 30. The board chair said the termination came because Purnell didn't follow board directives. Other community sources said the termination was over requiring local schools to comply with Gov. Kate Brown's mask mandate.
OPINION Aug. 31
Caption It! by Steve Breen
BOOK REVIEW Aug. 30
Book review: "The Secret History of Food"
Terri Schlichenmeyer leaves her review of "The Secret History of Food" by Matt Siegel.
OPINION Aug. 30
Educate, don't mandate

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