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Sep 20 2021 thru Sep 26 2021

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OPINION Sep. 25
We Are Lady Parts series provides hilarity and heartwarming moments
T.J. Reid leaves his review of We Are Lady Parts.
COMMUNITY Sep. 25
Library debuts revamped space
The Keizer Community Library reopened last week on Saturday, September 18 with free library cards and a remodeled space.
COMMUNITY Sep. 25
Gloria family and Latino Action Committee honored as Volunteers of the Quarter
Arturo and Olga Gloria, and the entire Latino Action Committee, were presented with Keizer’s Volunteer of the Quarter award during the city council meeting on Monday, Sept. 20.
NEWS Sep. 25
Reckless driving at forefront of citizen concerns
The Traffic Safety Bikeways Pedestrian Committee continued their discussions on how to address citizens’ concerns over reckless driving in Keizer at a Sept. 15 meeting.
FreeCOMMUNITY Sep. 25
KT brings home 29 awards
The Keizertimes won a total of 29 awards in two Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association contests announced via a virtual presentation on Sept 9.
NEWS Sep. 24
Police calls Sept. 12 - Sept. 18
COMMUNITY Sep. 24
Story poles on Chemawa Rd. receive dedication
On Saturday, September 18, two carved wooden poles were dedicated due to their story in the Keizer Civic Plaza.
NEWS Sep. 24
Diamonds in the rough: Council talks future of KLL Park
Community members and city councilors didn’t see eye to eye on much at Monday’s city council meeting, but there was one thing that everyone agreed on: alcohol and adults at Little League games don’t mix well.
NEWS Sep. 24
Six crashes, six years: Chemawa curve heads for tragedy
Six cars have hurled through Sandra Kellogg's front yard since she first moved there in 2015. "We fear for our lives when we are playing in the yard with our granddaughter or even mowing the lawn,” Kellogg said. The city and Kellogg now look for a solution to the issue that continues to worsen.
NEWS Sep. 23
Rep. Schrader instrumental in shutting down drug cost reform bill
Congressman Schrader voted against a bill that would have allowed the government to negotiate with pharmaceutical companies for lower prescription drug costs. Schrader talked with the Keizertimes about his decision and his own bill that looks to address the issue.
COMMUNITY Sep. 23
Lee-ving a Legacy: Chuck Lee's life of service
Lee passed away on Saturday, Sept. 4 at the age of 72, but leaves a lasting legacy, highlighted by his care and service for others, as well as his love for education.
COMMUNITY Sep. 23
Take your best shot: Improvements coming to Keizer Rapids Park disc golf course
Capital City Disc Golf President Daniel Schoonover is spearheading a project to bring improvements to the disc golf course at Keizer Rapids Park.
SPORTS Sep. 23
Martinez receives All-American recognition
Marlina Martinez, a seventh-grader at Claggett Creek Middle School, was the only softball player from the Salem-Keizer area that was selected to compete in the 12U All-American games in Oklahoma last month.
NEWS Sep. 22
Keizer Police responds to rollover crash
It was determined that the driver of the vehicle was heading east on Cummings Lane N. when he lost control, struck and sheared off a power pole and then rolled his vehicle into a parked car.
SPORTS Sep. 21
McNary's comeback falls short against Newberg
Trailing 3-0 with less than 15 minutes remaining, the Celtics got a pair of goals over a five-minute stretch to get within one. But in the end, it wasn't enough as McNary fell to Newberg 3-2 on Monday, Sept. 20.
COMMUNITY Sep. 21
Cat of the week
Cat of the week is located at Salem Friends of Felines on 4157 Cherry Avenue, Keizer.
OPINION Sep. 20
Speed Bump By Dave Coverly
SPORTS Sep. 20
Celts earn fourth straight clean sheet in win over West Albany
Sydnee Alfano and Tessa Fisher each scored a goal for the Celtics, while goalkeeper Hannah Ferguson earned her fourth straight shutout in the net, as McNary defeated West Albany 2-0 on Thursday, Sept. 16 for their fifth consecutive win.
SPORTS Sep. 20
Celtics blow by Grants Pass
McNary starts their season with three straight wins for the first time since 2008.

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