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Nov 15 2021 thru Nov 21 2021

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OPINION Nov. 20
Red Notice makes for a serviceable popcorn movie
T.J. Reid leaves his review of Netflix’s Red Notice.
NEWS Nov. 20
Police calls Nov. 7 - Nov. 14
NEWS Nov. 19
Council discusses city councilor, city manager vacancies
At the Nov. 15 meeting, the Keizer City Council finalized a timetable for a new city councilor to be voted on, and appointed, at the Dec. 20 council meeting. The council will also accept public comment on the search for the other vacancy, the city manager position, at a Dec. 6 meeting.
NEWS Nov. 19
Kaiser Permanente avoids strike
35,000 Kaiser Permanente workers were set to strike on Monday, Nov. 15 but were able to reach a tentative agreement on Saturday morning, Nov. 13. Both local and national union workers will still need to vote on the contract before it is finalized.
COMMUNITY Nov. 19
City reveals updated Parks Master Plan
The city of Keizer released their first updated Parks Master Plan since 2008 on Nov. 3. The 10-year plan outlines $29 million in new projects and repairs. Community members can view the plan on the city's website and provide suggestions.
NEWS Nov. 19
Detectives seize nearly 3,000 lbs. of marijuana
On Sunday, Nov. 14, just after 6:00 a.m., deputies were dispatched to a property on Labish Garden Road NE near Highway 99E, just north of Salem. Detectives then discovered 2,800 pounds of marijuana on the property after getting a search warrant.
COMMUNITY Nov. 19
Dominguez chosen as parade Grand Marshal
Dominguez's service to the community has been on display in many different ways, which is why the Keizer Chamber of Commerce named him the Grand Marshal for the Keizer Holiday of Lights parade, which takes place on Saturday, Dec. 11 and starts at 7 p.m.
SPORTS Nov. 18
Copeland named MVC Player of the Year
The McNary football squad received 16 all-conference spots for the 2021 season, with the top honor going to Celtics senior quarterback Tyler Copeland
SPORTS Nov. 18
Meithof off to scorching start to begin college career
The former McNary shooting guard leads Westmont in scoring, averaging more than 20 points and five rebounds per game, helping the Warriors to a 6-0 start.
NEWS Nov. 17
KPD responds to car crash on Verda Lane, ending in arrest
It was determined that the suspect was driving north on Verda Ln NE when she struck a parked City of Keizer Public Works service truck. The collision pushed the unoccupied service truck the distance of its length and up onto and over a curb.
COMMUNITY Nov. 17
KLL under new management
At their meeting on Monday, Nov. 15, the Keizer City Council unanimously agreed to grant the management of Keizer Little League to For the Love of the Game, a nonprofit run by Mavericks League owners Jerry and Lisa Walker, plus their son, Mickey.
FreeNEWS Nov. 17
UPDATED: No gun or weapons found following report of armed person at McKay High School
Salem police responded to McKay High School after a report of a student with a gun on campus led the school to lockdown late Wednesday morning, but found no weapon and made no arrests.
NEWS Nov. 17
Suspensions decrease, fights increase in Salem-Keizer’s first months without officers in schools
Data released at Tuesday's Salem-Keizer school board work session shows that suspensions in the district have decreased by 55% in comparison to 2019 while fights have increased by 42%. The disciplinary data, which is from Sept. 1 to Nov. 5 of this year, is the first look at full-time in-person instruction since school resources officers were removed.
SPORTS Nov. 15
Celts fall to top-ranked Lake Oswego in second round
McNary season comes to an end after a 35-14 defeat to the Lakers.
COMMUNITY Nov. 15
Hazardous tree removal process begins this month
Beginning this month, Marion County’s recovery from the 2020 wildfires will enter a new phase with the assessment and removal of wildfire-damaged trees along Marion County roads and rights-of-way.
COMMUNITY Nov. 15
Cat of the Week
Cat of the week is located at Salem Friends of Felines

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