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Oct 25 2021 thru Oct 31 2021

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COMMUNITY Oct. 30
McNary's new College and Career counselor hopes to increase student involvement
McNary High School’s new College and Career Center counselor, Kim Conolly, looks forward to including more resources and opportunities for students in the near future.
OPINION Oct. 30
Dune remake worth the watch...if you have the time
T.J. Reid leaves his review on Dune.
NEWS Oct. 30
Police calls Oct. 17 - Oct. 24
SCHOOLS Oct. 29
Chemeketa to host annual college and career fair on Nov. 3
The annual Salem Area College and Career Fair will be on Wednesday, November 3. The event will include scholarship opportunities and information from over 40 colleges, including Chemeketa Community College.
SPORTS Oct. 29
Celts upset Grant to advance to second round
After dropping the first set, McNary rallied back to win the next three games, defeating Grant 19-25, 25-20, 25-17, 25-21 on Wednesday, Oct. 27 to win their first postseason match since 2015.
COMMUNITY Oct. 29
Future of Summer Concert Series and KLL Park to be decided in November
Two highly debated contracts will come before the Keizer City Council in November to decide the the future management of the Keizer Little League Park and the Summer Concert Series. The council has the final decision if the contracts are signed, or if they will restart the processes that some have called "flawed."
NEWS Oct. 29
Courser to run for Congress in Oregon’s new 6th District
Republican candidate Amy Ryan Courser, a former city councilor in Keizer, lost in a tight race in 2020 in the 5th Congressional District. She announced Friday that she will run for Congress in the new 6th District, Oregon's only U.S. House seat with no incumbent.
NEWS Oct. 28
State Sen. Kim Thatcher signs letter calling for election audit in 50 states
Thatcher told the Keizertimes that if "every fraudulent claim" from the 2020 election were investigated, "Americans would not have a reason to doubt who is sitting in the Oval Office.”
COMMUNITY Oct. 28
Rental assistance available in Marion County
The program, which came to fruition in August, helps eligible low-income households who are a month or more behind in rent payments. The program covers up to 12 months of past due rent and may pay up to three months of forward rent at a time, not to exceed a total of 18 months of assistance — past rent dues must be paid before future rent coverage is eligible.
SPORTS Oct. 27
Mavs League announces award recipients for 2021 season
SPORTS Oct. 26
Celtics blank Cougars on senior night
Whether it was on offense, defense or special teams, the McNary football squad dominated from start to finish, defeating Mountain View 35-0 in their home finale on Saturday, Oct. 23.
OPINION Oct. 26
Let's grow our own teachers
BOOK REVIEW Oct. 25
Book review: "An Elderly Lady Must Not Be Crossed"
Terri Schlichenmeyer leaves her book review of "An Elderly Lady Must Not Be Crossed" by Helene Tursten.
OPINION Oct. 25
No Time to Die offers a satisfying end to 007 saga
T.J. Reid leaves his review of the movie, No Time to Die

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