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Dec 13 2021 thru Dec 19 2021

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OPINION Dec. 18
Guest Column: Meeting about schools was an eye-opener
POLICE Dec. 18
Police calls Dec. 5-10
NEWS Dec. 18
Governor, health experts brace Oregonians for a serious impact from Omicron by February
In a surprising development, state officials said Friday that hospitalizations for Omicron could soon end up dwarfing cases from earlier Covid variants
COMMUNITY Dec. 17
Adopt-a-Celt holiday tradition continues at McNary High School
For more than three decades, the Adopt-a-Celt program at McNary High has served families in need during the holiday season, and the students on the leadership team have been working diligently to keep the tradition alive.
SCHOOLS Dec. 17
School Board approves map for zone redistricting
At its Tuesday night meeting, the Salem-Keizer School Board of Directors voted 4-3 to approve adjustments to its school board zones, with the approval of Redistricting Map Alternative 1.
NEWS Dec. 17
Applicants file for vacant Council position
After councilor Ross Day tendered his resignation from Council Position #2 on Nov. 3, a number of individuals familiar to Keizer residents threw their names in the ring for the vacant position.
COMMUNITY Dec. 16
Keizer man to be featured on The Price is Right
On Monday, Dec. 20, Bowers will appear as a contestant on The Price is Right. It will air at 10 a.m. on KOIN-TV channel 6.
SPORTS Dec. 16
Celts experience success at multiple tourneys
The McNary wrestling squad was spread out across the state last weekend (Dec. 10-11) with the girls team competing in Warrenton while boys team members either competed in Scio or North Bend.
SPORTS Dec. 16
OSAA places Salem-Keizer schools in five-team, local league for next four years
On Tuesday, Dec. 14, the Oregon Schools and Activities Association (OSAA) announced their conference realignment starting in the 2022-23 school year for non-football sports. Among the notable changes, the Salem-Keizer schools, minus McKay, are slated to play in their own five-team league called the Central Valley Conference.
NEWS Dec. 16
Thousands of lights will brighten Magic at the Mill
Holiday event at Willamette Heritage Center through Dec. 23
NEWS Dec. 15
City Council to meet in special session
Councilors will hear presentations from applicants for vacant seat
SPORTS Dec. 14
Nepstad leads McNary to victory
Kylie Nepstad poured in a career-high 28 points, 23 of which came in the second half, as the Celtics rallied to beat Thurston 50-44 for their first win of the season on Friday, Dec. 10.
COMMUNITY Dec. 13
City council agenda 12-13
SPORTS Dec. 13
McNary can't contend with Canby
The Cougars led by double-digits for most of the game, defeating the Celtics 66-41.
COMMUNITY Dec. 13
Cat of the week
Cat of the week is located at Salem Friends of Felines on 4157 Cherry Avenue, Keizer.

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