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Jan 31 2022 thru Feb 6 2022

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COMMUNITY Feb. 5
Tree of encouragement set up by local woman
At the start of December, Jeannie White, a resident in Keizer, set up a small station for members in the community to share their gratitude. Over 60 people put a snowflake up on the tree.
NEWS Feb. 5
Police calls Jan. 23 - Jan. 30
COMMUNITY Feb. 5
Keizer Elks delivers to community food bank
The Keizer Elks Lodge was able to obtain a $5500 Elks National Foundation Grant.
PUBLIC SAFETY Feb. 5
Police find multimillion-dollar marijuana operation tucked into Keizer, Salem neighborhoods
A task force of law enforcement officers led by the Keizer Police Department searched six homes in Salem and Keizer, discovering large indoor grow operations. Seven people were cited for marijuana crimes.
OPINION Feb. 5
Clooney's Tender Bar adequate at best
T.J. Reid leaves his review of The Tender Bar.
SPORTS Feb. 4
Big third quarter puts Celts over the top
The Royal Scots were able to keep the game within single-digits in the first half, but thanks to a strong third quarter from McNary, the Celtics were able to pull away in the second half.
NEWS Feb. 4
Keizer Diversity Committee holds first meeting
Keizer's new Community Diversity Engagement Committee met for the first time on Jan. 25. The group elected their chair and vice chair and discussed the committee's purpose going forward.
COMMUNITY Feb. 4
City council agenda 02-07
COMMUNITY Feb. 4
Sobriety at Simonka: The redemption story of Laura Hammack
After two decades of alcoholism and failed attempts at sobriety, Laura Hammack had accepted her fate after another trip to the hospital in the summer of 2020. Days later, she received a call from the Simonka Place asking her to come stay at the women's shelter. In little over a month, Hammack will leave Simonka Place after a year and a half of sobriety.
COMMUNITY Feb. 3
Constellations features a unique love story through the eyes of the multiverse
With the popularity of stories about the multiverse increasing in pop culture (such as Spider-Man: No Way Home), the latest offering from Keizer Homegrown Theater explores a romantic story that spans different realities in the show Constellations.
NEWS Feb. 2
Three finalists announced for Keizer city manager position
The three finalists were chosen from a pool of 12 applicants and announced in a City of Keizer press release on Wednesday. A public forum will be held on Feb. 15 to introduce the candidates to the public and allow for questions.
NEWS Feb. 2
Second Keizer resident dies in aftermath of Jan. 22 crash
George Heitz, a 63-year-old Keizer resident, passed away Friday, Jan. 28 after an alleged drunk driver drove into his home on Jan. 22. Initial police reports said that Heitz had been paralyzed in the incident but was in stable condition at Salem Hospital.
SPORTS Feb. 1
McNary picks up big win at South Salem
Trailing by three midway through the third quarter, McNary finished the period on a 12-0 run and never looked back, defeating the Saxons 54-42 on Friday, Jan. 28.
BOOK REVIEW Jan. 31
Book review: "Immortal Valor"
Terri Schlichenmeyer leaves her review of "Immortal Valor: The Black Medal of Honor Winners of World War II" by Robert Child.
NEWS Jan. 31
Two die in single-engine aircraft crash at Salem Airport
An NTSB investigator Sunday said there was no clear cause to the single-engine plane crash that killed Daniel and Cynthia McKenna Saturday. Daniel McKenna had been working on takeoffs and landings when the crash occurred.

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