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Feb 7 2022 thru Feb 13 2022

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COMMUNITY Feb. 12
Marion County community corrections launching new peer mentor program
Later this month, the community corrections division at the Marion County Sheriff’s Office will be launching the Resilience and Recovery Project. Funding for the Resilience and Recovery Project was obtained through the 2021 - 2023 Oregon Justice Reinvestment Initiative grant.
COMMUNITY Feb. 12
Siletz Tribe elects Council members
Alfred “Bud” Lane III, Delores Pigsley and Bonnie Petersen were elected to the Tribal Council of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians in elections held on Saturday, Feb. 5.
NEWS Feb. 11
COVID restrictions loosen throughout county, state
State health officials announced on Monday Feb. 7 that mask requirements for indoor public places would be removed no later than March 31. On Feb. 8, county health officials said they would stop doing COVID case investigations and would no longer be sending out return to work letters for positive cases.
NEWS Feb. 11
City to host Feb. 15 community forum with city manager finalists
The City of Keizer is inviting community members to meet and ask question to the three city manager finalists. The public forum will be held on Feb. 15 at 6 p.m. in the council chambers. The council could make their final hiring decision at
SPORTS Feb. 10
McNary two-sport star Ready for the next level
After receiving offers from multiple of Division III schools, Logan Ready committed to play football and baseball for Pacific Lutheran University (PLU) in Tacoma, Wash. last month. Ready will be a kicker for the football team and a pitcher for the baseball squad.
NEWS Feb. 10
Former employee returns to Keizer Safeway to start fire
A man was arrested in Keizer on Feb. 4 after lighting a fire in the bathroom of a Safeway, setting off the sprinkler system and causing $1,500 in damages, according to police reports. The man worked at the Safeway until he quit in November of 2021.
NEWS Feb. 8
Hundreds gather outside S-K district offices to protest mask requirements in schools
Over 200 people gathered outside the Salem-Keizer School District offices on Tuesday morning to protest mask mandates in schools. The rally came one day after the Oregon Health Authority said mask requirements for schools would be lifted on March 31.
NEWS Feb. 7
Salem police give slim details on confrontation with man who died following shooting
Four Salem officers were placed on paid administrative leave after a use of deadly force investigation found at least one fired their gun during a "confrontation" with a driver at Northgate Park. A Salem Police Department statement Monday morning didn't make clear who shot the driver and provided few other details.

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