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.
Author: Quinn Stoddard
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.
With a bench full of members from the Keizer City Council and city staff, the Long Range Budget Task Force met on Feb. 12, in the Keizer Council Chambers to discuss how the city will manage its budget in the upcoming year(s) and what to expect.
From the hallowed auditorium of the House chamber to a small newsroom, the United States Congress has come to Keizer.
SKPS Board member for Zone 1, Osvaldo Avila, has effectively tendered his resignation from the board on Wednesday, Feb. 7.
In Oregon, homelessness is a uniquely ubiquitous issue. Since 2020, the amount of unsheltered in Oregon has increased by 22%, one of the highest increases in the nation, often due to a combination of underfunded and understaffed housing programs combined with high rental costs leading to people living unhoused for longer.
With more than 600 people in attendance, the Special Olympics Oregon organization held its annual free polar plunge this past weekend, Saturday Jan. 28, at the Illahe Hills Country Club.