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Feb 21 2022 thru Feb 27 2022

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COMMUNITY Feb. 26
Local woodworking shop closes after three decades
After almost 34 years at its location in Keizer, S & W Woodworking, is relocating and will be out of its Chemawa Road site by the end of February.
NEWS Feb. 26
Police calls Feb. 13 - Feb. 19
COMMUNITY Feb. 25
Bricks & Minifigs re-opening after hiatus
Bricks & Minifigs, a LEGO store in Keizer, is having a reopening on Saturday, March 5. There will be a raffle, deals every two hours, and prizes available.
COMMUNITY Feb. 25
Meet Keizertimes' new city reporter
Keizertimes welcomes new city reporter, Charles Glenn, who started this week. Glenn will be covering the local city government, police department and news in the community.
SPORTS Feb. 25
Christensen heading to "dream job" this fall
Earlier this month, McNary athletic director Scott Gragg announced that Josh Christensen, the 2018-19 Vancouver (Wash.) Public Schools Coach of the Year, will be taking over the Celtics cross country program.
Special Section Feb. 25
2022 Health & Wellness Magazine
The Keizertimes gives its take on this new years food trends and healthy habits.
NEWS Feb. 24
Community library giving furniture away for free
After renovation, library is giving away unneeded furniture
NEWS Feb. 24
Oregon to lift indoor mask mandate March 19, including in schools
State officials said Thursday that rapidly declining Covid-related hospitalizations and new infections allowed them to act sooner than an original target of March 31. Gov. Kate Brown is also lifting the pandemic emergency declaration, which means an end to vaccination mandates for many state employees.
SPORTS Feb. 22
Nepstad shines on senior night
The senior shooting guard led McNary with 17 points and was 5-of-9 from beyond the arc as the Celtics routed Sprague on senior night, defeating the Olympians 51-12 on Monday, Feb. 21.
SPORTS Feb. 22
McNary places fourth at district meet
The Celtics wrestling team will be sending five athletes to the state meet.
NEWS Feb. 21
School board directors join protesters at rally against school mask mandates
Salem-Keizer school board directors Marty Heyen and Danielle Bethell joined protesters on Feb. 18 at a rally against school mask mandates. Bethell said she believed Superintendent Christy Perry needs to remove the school mask mandate prior to March 31, when the statewide mandate is set to end.
NEWS Feb. 21
Keizer City Council selects next city manager after monthslong search
The City of Keizer announced late Friday that the city council had chosen Adam Brown to fill the city manager position. Brown, who currently works as a city manager in Ontario, Oregon, is expected to begin in Keizer in early April.

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