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Jun 6 2022 thru Jun 12 2022

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OPINION Jun. 11
Firestarter is a snoozefest
T.J. Reid leaves his review for Firestarter
NEWS Jun. 10
City of Keizer soliciting volunteers for three committee vacancies
Keizer has openings for the Public Arts Commission and Youth Committee liaison
NEWS Jun. 10
Police calls May 29 - June 5
OPINION Jun. 10
The importance of Pride month
NEWS Jun. 10
Navarro: transit board has good news for riders (CORRECTIONS)
Please see the corrected information for this article.
NEWS Jun. 9
Turf field talks move forward
NEWS Jun. 9
Davis, Coleman honored at city council meeting
COMMUNITY Jun. 9
CCC's Bolt program returns this summer
NEWS Jun. 9
City budget sees two late additions
Cherriots Transit Service and the Keizer Public Arts Commission had funding requests for the June 6 Council meeting.
NEWS Jun. 9
Police and water fees to increase
The monthly fees for water service and police service will go up slightly in the coming year.
SPORTS Jun. 8
Springing into football season
McNary held its first set of football camps to give head coach Jeff Auvinen and his coaching staff an early look at what they'll have to work with next season.
SPORTS Jun. 8
Celtics shine with Beacons Awards nominations
Five Celtic athletes are nominated for Athlete of the Year for their respective sports at the Beacon Awards. Joining them is first-year softball coach Kelly Parsell who is nominated for Coach of the Year. The Beacon Awards will take place Saturday, June 18, at the
SPORTS Jun. 8
Salem sweeps first round
The Salem Capitals swept the Vancouver Volcanoes in the first round of the TBL playoffs over the weekend, capped off with a 111-101 win at home on Saturday.
COMMUNITY Jun. 6
Salem-Keizer NAACP offering cash award for Juneteenth essay contest
Students could win up to $250 in cash prizes.
BOOK REVIEW Jun. 6
Book review: "Her Country"
Terri Schlichenmeyer leaves her review of "Her Country: How the Women of Country Music Became the Success They Were Never Supposed to Be" by Marissa R. Moss.

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