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May 23 2022 thru May 29 2022

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COMMUNITY May. 28
KHT hosts playwrights showcase of new works
Keizer Homegrown Theatre will host the 45th Parallel Playwrights’ (45PP) second annual showcase throughout the month of June at the Keizer Cultural Center.
COMMUNITY May. 27
Casting a spell over prom
The annual prom from the Keizer Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was held on Saturday, May 21, with the them "An Evening at Hogwarts."
COMMUNITY May. 27
Clark and Kohler to run for re-election
Mayor Cathy Clark and city councilor Daniel R. Kohler have announced they will both seek re-election to their current posts.
NEWS May. 27
City looking for ways to offset turf field costs
City manager Adam Brown and task force members discussed the funding and possible rental fee models for the turf field construction proposed for Keizer Rapids. Three separate rental models have been discussed.
COMMUNITY May. 27
Keizer first city in Oregon to get certification from OHSA's health and safety program
The City of Keizer’s commitment to workplace health and safety has resulted in it achieving third-year certification as part of Oregon OSHA’s five-year Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP).
SCHOOLS May. 27
Keizer Elementary breaks ground on renovations
A special groundbreaking ceremony was held at Keizer Elementary prior to the June start of the 15-month renovation project as part of the 2018 bond program. The renovation will include a new cafeteria and kitchen, four new classrooms, a multipurpose fitness room, improved flow for drop-off and pick-up as well as other improvements. The event featured photo opportunities, games and a choir concert.
SPORTS May. 26
Martinez doubles up on deep ball in McNary win
Powered by two Ali Martinez home runs, McNary won its second round game against North Medford 9-2 on Wednesday. Martinez now has three home runs this postseason, and the Celtics are two wins away from the 6A state championship.
COMMUNITY May. 26
Oregon one of six states paying over $5 per gallon
While Oregonians aren’t paying the highest prices in the nation, the state is one of only five where the average price of regular unleaded fuel is over $5 per gallon, which is $0.56 over the national average.
SPORTS May. 25
Capitals dominate Volcanoes and Magic over weekend
The Salem Capitals came away with wins against the Vancouver Volcanoes and Bakersfield Magic last weekend. With one week left in the regular season, the Capitals are in third place in the West, two games behind the SoCal Moguls for second place and a first round bye.
SPORTS May. 24
Softball sends 4 to MVC all-conference first team
McNary softball had four named to the first team and two more on the second.
SPORTS May. 24
Martinez and McNary grand in first round win
Thanks to an Ali Martinez grand slam and seven runs in the first inning, the McNary Celtics cruised to a 13-3 win against Grants Pass in the first round of the 6A softball playoffs on Monday. The game was a rematch from March 15, the second game of the season for the Celtics, in which they lost 4-3. McNary will host North Medford on Wednesday.
SPORTS May. 23
7 Celtics named to MVC baseball first and second teams
The Mountain Valley Conference named it's all-conference teams for baseball. Trevor Ratliff and Cooper Cripe represent McNary on the first team, while five more Celtics made second team and two more honorable mentions.
BOOK REVIEW May. 23
Book review: "Every Cloak Rolled in Blood"
Terri Schlichenmeyer leaves her review of "Every Cloak Rolled in Blood" by James Lee Burke.
NEWS May. 23
Police calls May 8 - May 15
NEWS May. 23
Blood drive at St. Edward Catholic Church on May 26
Appointments available for the public

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