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Feb 28 2022 thru Mar 6 2022

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COMMUNITY Mar. 5
Chemeketa, WOU sign groundbreaking agreement
Chemeketa Community College and Western Oregon University (WOU) announced a new partnership agreement that will provide students completing a transfer degree at Chemeketa with a seamless transition to WOU.
NEWS Mar. 5
Budget plan would aid low-income Oregonians and help with housing, child care, job training
The budget, which most Republicans oppose, is up for a vote in the House after being endorsed by the Joint Ways and Means Committee.
COMMUNITY Mar. 5
KAA posts new hours
Starting Mar. 1, the Keizer Art Association will have new hours and days for the Enid Joy Mount Gallery.
SPORTS Mar. 4
Celtics say goodbye to seniors, secure big win
McNary flexed its Senior Night muscle Friday night against South Salem, keeping their slight 6A postseason hopes alive as they await to see if they'll sneak into the Field of 32 on Saturday.
OPINION Mar. 4
What happens in Ukraine should matter to all of us
NEWS Mar. 4
Oregon will now drop indoor mask requirement March 12
In a joint Monday announcement with other West Coast governors, Gov. Kate Brown moved Oregon’s timeline for lifting mask rules up by one week. The change also applies to K-12 schools.
NEWS Mar. 4
Driving with influence: The death of three and the driving of one
Andrew Modine faced up to 10 years in prison in 2015 following a drunk driving incident during which his brother died. Modine never spent time in prison, however, accepting a plea deal from the district attorney's office. He is now accused of being drunk and driving through the side of a Keizer home on Jan. 22, 2022, killing a couple inside.
SPORTS Mar. 3
McNary wrestling: Girls place at state, boys get close
For the first time since 2018, the McNary Girls wrestling team has a state placer in Yared Calderon. Calderon finished sixth at 235 pounds after battling through the consolation rounds in Thursday, Feb. 24m Girls State Wrestling Championships at Culver High School.
NEWS Mar. 3
Keizer man sentenced to 16 years
Kristian Mann sentenced to 16 years for manslaughter and armed robbery in connection to a 2020 crime at Keizer Station.
BOOK REVIEW Feb. 28
Book review: "Funny Farm"
Terri Schlichenmeyer leaves her review of "Funny Farm: My Unexpected Life with 600 Rescue Animals" by Laurie Zaleski.
OPINION Feb. 28
Hold the line just a bit longer
OPINION Feb. 28
Marry Me lacks rom-com originality
T.J. Reid leaves his review of Marry Me.

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