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SCHOOLS Oct. 23
In-district student transfer applications open Nov 1-30
Starting November 1st through the 30th, students can apply for an In-district transfer which if accepted, would allow for them to go to a different school.
COMMUNITY Oct. 23
KAA announces September winners
The Keizer Art Association released the winners for the September showcase on Saturday, October 2.
COMMUNITY Oct. 23
Wicked Fun: Halloween Happenings in Keizer & Salem
Multiple Halloween events have opened up in Keizer and Salem. Information and dates for those events can be found here.
COMMUNITY Oct. 22
New agreement gives CCC students easier pathway to four-year art degree
Chemeketa Community College made an agreement with the Portland-based Pacific Northwest College of Art which allows art students to get scholarships and credit transfer.
NEWS Oct. 22
Keizer's planning task force to meet Monday to discuss $8 million in funds
The Long Term Planning Task Force will meet Monday, Oct. 25 to discuss potential projects for the over $8 million in funds they received from the American Rescue Plan Act.
COMMUNITY Oct. 22
Turkey Dash returns
The annual Turkey Dash Pajama Party is coming up soon. Those interested in joining can sign up online.
NEWS Oct. 22
Todd to run for Marion County DA, making for first contested DA race in decades
Todd has spent the past eight years as a criminal defense attorney in Marion and Polk counties. He said one of the reasons he decided to run is because he believes "voters, and everybody in Marion County, deserves two options instead of just a simple, this is the way it is."
SPORTS Oct. 21
McNary earns crucial victory over Mountain View in final home game
With the win, the Celtics put themselves in great position for their first postseason berth since 2017.
NEWS Oct. 21
Details surrounding deaths at Chemawa brought to light by local researchers
For over 25 years, SuAnn Reddick has been compiling information surrounding the deaths of over 300 Chemawa students from 1880 to 1945. In collaboration with Eva Guggemos and Pacific University, she shared that information on a public website for the first time earlier this month.
SCHOOLS Oct. 21
Electric buses coming to SKPS
For the second straight year, Salem-Keizer Public Schools (SKPS) was selected as one of the winners of the Electric School Bus Fund, which was started by Portland General Electric (PGE).
SPORTS Oct. 19
Celts can't complete comeback against West Salem
Despite not being at full strength, McNary had a chance to take over the top spot in the Mountain Valley Conference (MVC) with a win over West Salem on Friday, Oct. 15. But late in the fourth quarter, the Celtics defense couldn't get a stop when they needed it most.
OPINION Oct. 19
Let a commission redistrict
SPORTS Oct. 19
McNary picks up key victory to remain in playoff hunt
With their playoff chances on the line, the McNary boys' soccer squad earned a much-needed victory against Bend.
BOOK REVIEW Oct. 18
Book review: "I'll Take Your Questions Now"
Terri Schlichenmeyer leaves her review of "I'll Take Your Questions Now" by Stephanie Grisham.
OPINION Oct. 18
The spirit of volunteerism lives

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