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Apr 25 2022 thru May 1 2022

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SPORTS Apr. 29
McNary softball sweeps doubleheader with McKay
The Celtics took both games of a doubleheader against McKay on Wednesday, 15-0 and 16-0, to move to 4-0 in league play.
COMMUNITY Apr. 29
City council agenda 05-02
SPORTS Apr. 29
McNary womens tennis wins at Mountain View
Womens tennis came away with the victory in a dual meet at Mountain View High School on Monday. Matches split 4-4, but the Celtics won on sets 10-8.
NEWS Apr. 29
Police calls Apr. 17 - Apr. 24
NEWS Apr. 29
Keizer's got some lucky dogs
SPORTS Apr. 29
Rain, rain, go away
Rainouts have caused a number of McNary games to be cancelled in the past month, and with it a logistical nightmare for getting things rescheduled in time.
NEWS Apr. 29
Brown era begins
Adam Brown takes over as Keizer City Manager
SPORTS Apr. 28
McNary track and field splits dual meet with McKay
McNary hosted McKay High School in a dual meet on Wednesday, racking up 26 personal records, 16 wins and 48 top-three finishes. The mens team was victorious 81-63, the women lost 70-59.
COMMUNITY Apr. 28
Sunny passes on
SCHOOLS Apr. 28
McNary prepares for its Celebration of Music
NEWS Apr. 28
2022 primaries for Governor Q&A
SPORTS Apr. 28
Mavericks League managers roundtable
As opening day approaches, we sat down with the four men that lead the teams of the Mavericks League.
Apr. 28
Chihuahua 500
Presented by KBZY Radio. Hosted by Los Dos Hermanos.
SPORTS Apr. 28
Celtic softball’s West Salem walk-off win
McNary came away with a 4-3 win in extra innings Tuesday on Kayelee Schwab's walk-off double at home. The Celtics are now 2-0 in league play.
SPORTS Apr. 27
Celtic athletes put pen to paper
McNary High School held a college signing day to honor the senior student-athletes that will be continuing their athletic careers in college. The signings were held in the library in front of friends, family and teammates.
SPORTS Apr. 27
Capitals can't find answer for Foster, Sea-Kings
The Salem Capitals lost to the California Sea-Kings 121-105 on Saturday. This is the second loss in a row for the Capitals, and second of the year to the Sea-Kings. Both teams are 11-3 and tied for first in the West.
Letter to the Editor Apr. 27
Amy Queen for Circuit Court judge
She has spent 20 years in the Marion County prosecutor's office
BOOK REVIEW Apr. 25
Book review: "Heiresses"
Terri Schlichenmeyer leaves her review on "Heiresses: The Lives of the Million Dollar Babies" by Laura Thompson
SCHOOLS Apr. 25
McNary's AVID validation celebration
McNary's AVID program received national recognition as an AVID demonstration school on Thursday, only the second in the state of Oregon. The three-year validation means that McNary will now host showcases and visits to show off the AVID program.

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