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Jan 17 2022 thru Jan 23 2022

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NEWS Jan. 22
Police calls Jan. 9 - Jan. 16
OPINION Jan. 22
2022.2?
COMMUNITY Jan. 21
Salem Keizer Public Schools partners with community for informative safety series
Salem-Keizer Public Schools will host a three-part virtual series together with district, school and community leaders on safety in local schools.
COMMUNITY Jan. 21
SKPS announces Robert Silva as chief operations officer
The Salem-Keizer School Board of Directors approved the employment contact for Robert Silva as the district’s new Chief Operations Officer (COO).
NEWS Jan. 21
Far-right “Reawaken America Tour” will bring former Trump officials to Salem
The tour, which bills guest speakers who have spread false conspiracy theories about the 2020 election, is scheduled for April 1-2 at Salem’s River Church. Organizers initially planned an event in Redmond.
NEWS Jan. 21
Questions and criticism overshadow Summer Concert Series approval
The five month process to find an operator for Keizer's Summer Concert Series ended Monday, but not before the council further questioned and criticized the controversial process that awarded KRA and Clint Holland the contract until 2024.
NEWS Jan. 20
Mannix joins crowded field contending for vacant representative seat
Kevin Mannix, architect of Measure 11 and former state representative, announced Thursday that he will be seeking the House District 21 seat. Four other candidates have already filed in the district, which represents Keizer and part of Salem. Chris Hoy currently holds the seat but announced that he will not seek reelection.
NEWS Jan. 20
Salem Symphonic Winds' Jan. 23 concert has been rescheduled for May 22
NEWS Jan. 20
Oregon DOJ investigating Covid testing center with locations in Salem
The Center for Covid Control, which ran two testing sites in Salem, is currently being investigated by the Oregon Department of Justice. The testing company operates over 300 test sites across the U.S. and is being investigated in multiple states after it was discovered that thousands of their tests may be invalid.
SPORTS Jan. 19
Capital Pioneers offer tackle football to women from "all walks of life"
After finishing their inaugural 2021 campaign with an unbeaten record in the regular season, the Capital Pioneers — an all women's tackle football team that is a part of the Women's Football Alliance — have begun preparations for the 2022 season.
NEWS Jan. 19
Oregonians invited to ‘Let’s Talk’ session to share what they want from an Oregon governor
Join this unique event as Oregon Capital Chronicle, Rural Development Initiatives and the Agora Journalism Center are leading regional virtual sessions to hear from Oregonians.
NEWS Jan. 19
Red Cross blood drive at St. Edward's on Jan. 27
Blood donations are in high demand
FreeCOMMUNITY Jan. 18
At-home COVID tests now available from USPS
Every household in the U.S. can now get four rapid COVID tests mailed to them for free.
SPORTS Jan. 18
McNary falters in second half against West Salem
After falling behind by double-figures in the opening half, the McNary boys' basketball team rallied to cut the lead to four in the third quarter. But the Celtics ran out of gas in the final period against one of the top teams in the Mountain Valley Conference (MVC), falling to West Salem by a score of 66-51 on Friday, Jan. 14.
BOOK REVIEW Jan. 17
Book review: Let's Get Physical
Terri Schlichenmeyer leaves her review of "Let's Get Physical: How Women Discovered Exercise and Reshaped the World" by Danielle Friedman.
NEWS Jan. 17
Salem-Keizer school board approves proclamation honoring parents and guardians
Salem-Keizer board members declared the month of January Parent and Guardian Engagement in Education Month at the Jan. 11 board meeting. Parents had worked with the school board for weeks to form the proclamation.
OPINION Jan. 17
We can celebrate

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