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May 9 2022 thru May 15 2022

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COMMUNITY May. 14
Keizer's volunteer library manager retires after three years
Now that she has retired, Vicki Brammeier plans to spend more time with her family, walk her dog more, catch up on quilting and go on trips with her husband, Jon.
NEWS May. 13
Mayor holds annual prayer breakfast at city hall
The catered event at city hall featured 12 guest speakers and a musical benediction.
FIRE May. 13
KFD hosts car seat clinic
Keizer Fire District hosted its first car seat clinic in two years. Volunteer technicians from seven organizations assisted in installing car seats and answering questions. KFD plans to hold monthly clinics.
NEWS May. 13
Keizer Police seize thousands in stolen golfing gear
Nearly $7,000 in stolen merchandise was recently seized by Keizer Police and returned to owners.
NEWS May. 13
Scuttlebut takes first in Chihuaha 500
Local business leaders, friends and families gathered May 6 in Keizer for the very first "Chihuaha 500"
COMMUNITY May. 13
McNary Theatre Arts set to bring the magic with PUFFS
McNary Theatre Arts' spring play, PUFFS, is a comedic retelling of the events from the Harry Potter series from the Hufflepuffs point of view. The show runs from May 18-21 with shows each night at 7 p.m.
FreeNEWS May. 12
Local candidates Husseman, Navarro release statement concerning recent vandalism
SPORTS May. 12
Mavericks League season opener rained out
The Mavericks League was set to open play tonight, but this evening's game between the Volcanoes and Mavericks has been postponed.
FreeNEWS May. 12
UPDATE: Oregon Right to Life office target of break-in, vandalism
Investigators release photos of suspect vehicle.
SPORTS May. 12
Ebner HR powers Celtics to win over South Salem
McNary softball came away with a 3-2 win powered by Heather Ebner's fifth inning two-run home run. The Celtics are now 8-0 in the MVC, ranked No. 2 in the 6A classification by OSAA and tied at the top of the conference with Bend.
NEWS May. 12
Library work group recommends public vote
A library work group comprised of three city councilors votes to recommend putting the funding of a public library on the upcoming ballot.
May. 12
Salem Friends of Felines Cat of the Week
Amber is a one year old kitten looking to find a safe and comfy home.
SPORTS May. 12
McNary baseball falls to Sprague by 1
McNary lost a close one to Sprague on Tuesday, going down 6-5. Cooper Cripe and Hayden Kaiser hit back-to-back home runs in the first inning for the Celtics, but it wasn't enough to keep them from their sixth one-run loss of the season.
NEWS May. 12
Keizer Police fire back after accusations of bias
Keizer's Pride Fair organizer cancelled this year's event due to security concerns and told KOIN 6 News that Keizer Police are biased against the LGBTQ+ community.
SPORTS May. 12
Capitals' slide continues
The Salem Capitals lost a pair of games by 20+ points over the weekend, capped off by a 27-point loss to the Volcanoes. The Capitals are now in third place in the West.
BOOK REVIEW May. 9
Book review: "To Boldly Grow"
Terri Schlichenmeyer leaves her book review of "To Boldly Grow: Finding Joy, Adventure, and Dinner in Your Own Backyard" by Tamar Haspel.

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