Students use art to take stand against gambling

Art by Keizer’s Walea Tombleson will grace the cover of a new calendar. Hundreds of artists from 11 Oregon counties participated in the Oregon Health Authority’s statewide art contest for middle school students. Designs from three Marion County youth were chosen among the top 12 to be featured in the[Read More…]

Swashbuckling, thirilling heroics take stage at MHS

 Hannah Condello (blue dress) leads a charge (KEIZERTIMES/Matt Rawlings). For the last 22 years, the McNary theatre department has staged a Shakespeare show in the spring, including last year’s Much Ado About Nothing. This year, and after much discussion, the students were ready for a change. Coming this month, attendees[Read More…]

Four businesses create one-stop shop for media services

(Keizertimes/Hunter C. Bomar) Lewis Media Group, Gregory Dean Photography, J Turner Solutions, and Mid-Valley Media all moved to Baker Plaza 126 Chemawa Road N earlier in March. The move was done to provide a one-stop-shop for customers seeking media or marketing services. These collaborative businesses have worked together for years,[Read More…]

Asian pacific islander day at the capitol

File Photo Asian and Pacific Islander Day at the Capitol will begin at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 27 at the Oregon State Capitol. All are welcome to this free event to celebrate the rich and diverse cultures of the Asian Pacific Islander geographic region and their influence on Oregon.[Read More…]

Easter events

File Photo • Keizer Christian Church will host its annual Easter Egg Hunt from 10 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 20. The hunt is free for age 0 up to fifth grade and held on the church lawn at, 6945 Wheatland Road North. A short storytime will be held[Read More…]