At the age of 69, Keizer City Attorney Shannon Johnson has two things on his mind for retirement: travel and family.
Author: Quinn Stoddard
Seated in the lower commons at South Salem High School, more than 50 members of the Salem-Keizer community gathered to listen to an open community conversation put on by three South Salem juniors, Sophia Castellanos, Noah Mayer, and Brycen Martin.
In an era of post-truth, or as Stephen Colbert put it, an era of truthiness, what you see or read may not always be the whole story, even if it feels like it is the truth.
With PGE instituting up to an 18% price increase at the start of 2024, now more than ever may be a good time to save some money and diversify your energy portfolio with some solar panels.
Keizer is a city that likes to help and with the motto, Pride, Spirit and Volunteerism it is apparent that citizens here strive to make theirs and others lives in Keizer better. Check out just a few volunteering opportunities for all ages.
The last day to sign up for healthcare coverage with the Oregon Health Plan, Jan. 16, is fast approaching.
Salem-Keizer Public Schools unveiled a new satellite location for the Career and Technical Education Center’s (CTEC) aviation program on Jan. 10, located at the Salem Municipal Airport on 3080 25 St. SE.
A loaded handgun was found on Dec. 28, at 2:30 p.m. on the northern side of the Forest Ridge Elementary school campus.
Truly living up to the spirit of giving, Dr. Laura Smith, a pharmacist working at the Fred Meyers pharmacy on 2855 Broadway St NE., took $500 and on Dec. 19, her 45 birthday, paid the co-pays for patients at the pharmacy.
The Keizer City Council met on Jan. 2 to discuss topics leftover from the previous year and approve the onboarding of a new City Attorney, though disagreement appeared as another main topic of the night.