The Mountain West conference, composed of southwestern states from New Mexico to California, celebrated its 25th season by unveiling its all-time best team, with former McNary swim star Amber Boucher being chosen.
Author: Quinn Stoddard
Koda, the emotional support dog, has officially become the newest employee of the Keizer Police Department in a ceremony held Feb. 20 at Keizer City Hall.
In Keizer, a variety of both local and state/national publications are available to subscribe to for news, however, as for a dedicated local paper for Keizer, there is only Keizertimes.
As a possible teachers strike looms for the Salem-Keizer community, many may be left wondering how this will affect the community.
In an effort to try and put more and accurate information into Keizerite hands, the following contains a list from various sources about how this possible issue could be handled.
After eight years of service, City Councilor Laura Reid has announced she will not seek a third-term on the Keizer City Council as Francisco Saldivar announced his candidacy for the position
Salem-born Keizer resident, Dr. Leanne Eggert is one of the co-owners of the Creekside Veterinary clinic located at 113 McNary Estates Dr Suite B and has some important advice to give about canine health.
The Salem-Keizer School District and Salem-Keizer teachers unions have reached an impasse in negotiations as of yesterday, Feb. 15.
The season may still be weeks away, but the McNary boys baseball team is already at it, having their practice on the Volcanoes Stadium’s new turf field.
For hours on Feb. 7, lawmakers heard stories from various Oregonians who have lost those close to them due to drug abuse.
Dominique “Domo” Lawrence has won the Spirit of the Game award for a second year running.