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May 2 2022 thru May 8 2022

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NEWS May. 7
Police calls Apr. 24 - Apr. 29
CORRECTION May. 6
Bike skills fair is May 14, not May 19
The story in the May 6 Keizertimes had the incorrect date
NEWS May. 6
Palma Ceia Park beautification project Saturday, May 7
West Keizer Neighborhood Association invites the public to participate on Saturday morning from 9 a.m. - noon
COMMUNITY May. 6
Homeless man's life honored in ceremony
More than 20 people attended Sunny’s celebration of life ceremony held last Saturday, April 30, at the Eagles Club in Keizer.
SPORTS May. 6
McNary womens tennis takes down McKay
McNary womens tennis defeated McKay on Wednesday 5-3. The Celtics won all four doubles matches, and Emilie Vu Magee won the No. 1 singles match.
NEWS May. 6
KeizerFEST moves to Keizer Rapids Park
Keizer City Council gives the green light for KeizerFEST at KRP
NEWS May. 6
County leaders address rising crime
Marion and Polk County Sheriffs, DAs and Commissioners met May 2 in Salem to discuss rising crime in the Mid-Willamette Valley
COMMUNITY May. 6
Crime analyst is department's hub
Veteran Crime Analyst Cara Steele is key to KPD's success
COMMUNITY May. 5
McNary music medals
Multiple McNary music students participated in and placed at the Oregon Music Education Association's State Solo Contest and State Ensemble Contest on Saturday, April 30.
SPORTS May. 5
McNary hires Mike McShane as new womens head basketball coach
Last week McNary announced the hiring of Mike McShane as the new head coach for womens basketball.
SPORTS May. 5
Celtic golf qualifies at MVC Districts
Two individual McNary mens golfers qualified for state, and the mens team qualified for regionals at this week's MVC district tournament.
COMMUNITY May. 5
KFD's car seat clinic set for May 10
The Keizer Fire District and the Mid-Valley Car Seat Safety Coalition's car seat clinic is scheduled for Tuesday, May 10, from 10 a.m.-noon. Appointments are required for the free event.
SPORTS May. 5
Celtic track and field competes at Nike/Jesuit
McNary joined 110 other schools from across eight states in competing at the Nike Jesuit Twilight Relays, "The Pacific Northwest's premier high school track and field relay meet."
SPORTS May. 4
Salem Capitals split pair with Volcanoes
The Capitals met the Vancouver Volcanoes for a pair of games last weekend, with each team winning at home. The Capitals are now 12-4 and in second place in the West.
SPORTS May. 4
McNary softball collides with Crater
The Celtics came away with a 6-3 non-league win at home against Crater, thanks to a six-run sixth inning. McNary overcame six errors and three unearned runs.
COMMUNITY May. 2
Mayor's prayer breakfast sold out, streaming on Facebook
Keizer Chamber of Commerce is holding the 24th Annual Mayor's Prayer Breakfast on Thursday, May 5.
Letter to the Editor May. 2
Letter to the Editor
Put question of funding library out to voters

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