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Feb 14 2022 thru Feb 20 2022

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NEWS Feb. 19
Police calls Feb. 6 - Feb. 11
OPINION Feb. 19
Book of Boba Fett underwhelming for Star Wars fans
T.J. Reid leaves his review of The Book of Boba Fett which is on Disney+.
COMMUNITY Feb. 18
City council agenda 02-22
COMMUNITY Feb. 17
Proposal to pay farmworkers overtime clears first hurdle in Oregon Legislature
The first vote on the plan, which would establish a 40-hour workweek, is partisan, with Democrats in favor and Republicans opposed.
NEWS Feb. 17
Keizer leaders announce candidacies for Senate District 11
Local attorney Richard Walsh and Anthony Rosilez, chair of Keizer's Community Diversity Engagement Committee, both announced last week that they would be seeking the Democratic nomination in Senate District 11.
SPORTS Feb. 16
McNary's 200-free relay team qualifies for state
McNary's 200-yard freestyle relay team of Tyshin Nguyen, Caleb Skipper, Zach Kilby and Brayden Kaehler finished third at districts on Saturday, Feb. 12 with a time of 1:37.77, good enough to qualify for the state meet this weekend.
NEWS Feb. 15
Man sentenced to 70 months in prison for Keizer car shooting
A 21-year-old man was sentenced to 70 months in prison on Tuesday following a June 2021 car shooting in Keizer. The man had originally been charged with two counts of attempted murder after shooting into a car with two adults and an infant, hitting the female passenger in the knee.
SPORTS Feb. 15
McNary picks up dominant win on senior night
In their final dual meet of the season, the McNary wrestling team made their senior night memorable against West Salem, defeating the Titans 52-25 on Thursday, Feb. 10.
SPORTS Feb. 15
Roth's big night not enough as Celts fall to Bend
Despite a career performance from Brody Roth, the McNary boys' faltered in the final period against Bend after leading for nearly the entire game.
BOOK REVIEW Feb. 14
Book review: "Heartbreak"
Terri Schlichenmeyer leaves her review of "Heartbreak: A Personal and Scientific Journey" by Florence Williams.
OPINION Feb. 14
The city enters middle age

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