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Oct 4 2021 thru Oct 10 2021

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OPINION Oct. 9
Star Wars: Visions offers unique take on franchise
NEWS Oct. 9
Chemeketa houses AWARE Food Bank after fire damage
AWARE Food Bank moved to Chemeketa’s Harrison Street building on September 27th due to a fire at their previous building. Currently, anyone can access their services during office hours without any documentation needed.
NEWS Oct. 9
Council meeting: Day apologizes for conduct, new officer sworn in
Keizer City Councilor Ross Day apologized during the Oct. 4 meeting for his conduct during a Sept. 27 special session meeting. At the meeting, Day continued to criticize city staff for their handling of the new city manager search.
OPINION Oct. 8
Remember when
COMMUNITY Oct. 8
Cat of the week
COMMUNITY Oct. 8
Salem-Keizer's first woman principal remembered at Celebration of Leadership
Former McNary High School principal and longtime educator Kathleen Hanneman died last September. A public tribute Wednesday recalled her impact on the school and her students.
FreeNEWS Oct. 8
One man in critical condition after shooting at Claggett Creek Park
Two victims were shot last night near Claggett Creek Park in a shooting that police are saying was "an isolated incident and there is no danger to the public.” There are no suspects in custody at this time and police say the investigation is ongoing.
NEWS Oct. 8
COVID outbreak continues at senior-living facility Avamere Court
An outbreak at the Keizer senior-living facility that originated Aug. 8 has grown to 53 cases and nearly doubled in a two-week span. Only half of Avamere Court's staff has been vaccinated while close to 90% of their residents have received the vaccination.
COMMUNITY Oct. 7
Powerland Heritage Park hosting new Halloween event
The halloween event is a spooky 30-minute pirate adventure at Powerland Heritage Park. Tickets can be purchased online.
NEWS Oct. 7
State representative sells house in district, moves to Nevada
Rep. Bill Post, who has represented District 25 since 2014, announced Sept. 27 that he had sold his house in Keizer and moved to Nevada. Post plans to continue in his role for now, but hasn't decided yet if he will resign in 2022.
NEWS Oct. 7
Oregon governor’s race starting to take shape
Treasurer Tobias Read, House Speaker Tina Kotek and 2016 GOP nominee Bud Pierce are the biggest names in the open race so far.
COMMUNITY Oct. 7
Darst receives life-saving award from KFD
On Monday, Oct. 4, Keizer Police Officer Jeremy Darst was presented with the Bob Wickman Award for Heroism in Saving the Life of Another by Keizer Fire District (KFD) for his heroic actions from earlier this summer.
SPORTS Oct. 6
OSAA considering move to five classifications
With the possibility of moving down to five classifications next season, McNary, and the rest of the valley schools, could be in for substantial changes when it comes to inter-league competition.
SPORTS Oct. 5
McNary suffers gut-wrenching defeat against Sprague in final seconds
For three-and-half quarters, the McNary defense played lights out against Sprague. But a costly mistake in the final seconds put the Celtics in the loss column.
SPORTS Oct. 5
Celtics falter down the stretch against Saxons
With the game tied at 1-1 late in the second half, South Salem scored three goals in the final six minutes of the game to defeat McNary 4-1 on Friday, Oct. 1.
OPINION Oct. 4
A trillion here, a trillion there

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