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Nov 22 2021 thru Nov 28 2021

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NEWS Nov. 25
Police calls: Nov. 14-21
OPINION Nov. 25
The 'haves' should help the 'have less' this season
SPORTS Nov. 25
Celts looking for new players to step up
Coming off of one of their most successful seasons in recent memory, the McNary girls' basketball program heads into the 2021-22 campaign with a lot of hope, despite having a fair amount of roster turnover.
FIRE Nov. 24
KFD responds to residential fire
Just after noon on Wednesday, Nov. 24, Keizer Fire District was notified of a "smoke in a structure" incident in the 400 block of Cummings LN
SPORTS Nov. 24
High expectations in place for McNary wrestling
After losing only three seniors and filling a roster with more than 60 athletes, the McNary wrestling program has a ton of depth heading into the 2021-22 season.
NEWS Nov. 24
'Every time we find a home they kick us out': The story of a sweep at an Indian School Road camp
Between Nov. 2 and Nov. 17, ODOT carried out eight "site restorations" of areas impacted by camping in Marion County. At an Indian School Road camp in Salem, campers were given a 26 hour notice to vacate the premises and find a new place to live.
SPORTS Nov. 24
Roop sets school record for McNary cross country
The McNary junior set a school record in the 5,000 meters on Wednesday, Oct. 20 at the Umpqua Invitational in Roseburg, running a 16:12.1, beating the previous record set by Spencer Sol in 2003 by more than 20 seconds.
COMMUNITY Nov. 23
For the Love of the Game hires former pro ballplayer to run day-to-day operations at KLL Park
After the Keizer City Council granted management of Keizer Little Park to For the Love of the Game, the nonprofit officially hired Corey Paul to run the day-to-day operations at the facility.
COMMUNITY Nov. 23
Local Vet establishing national parking program
John Rizzo, a local resident and military veteran, has started a GoFundMe campaign to raise $5,000 for Veterans Parking in Keizer. Donations to help can be made online.
BOOK REVIEW Nov. 22
Book review: "The Council of Animals"
Terri Schlichenmeyer leaves her review of "The Council of Animals" by Nick McDonell.
COMMUNITY Nov. 22
CCC offering pre-apprenticeship program
The Campus-Based Pre-Apprenticeship Program for Chemeketa Community College will continue in winter term of 2022. The program allows participants to gain knowledge, skills, and experience valued by construction employers and Registered Apprenticeship Programs.
COMMUNITY Nov. 22
KAA hosting month-long show starting Dec. 2
The Keizer Art Association will hold its December exhibition—Artist Showcase—in the Enid Joy Mount Gallery and virtually from Thursday, Dec. 2 through Tuesday, Jan. 4.

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