Author: Keizertimes

Rent-a-spot garage sale returns to CCC

Countryside Christian Church in Keizer will hold a garage sale in its parking lot from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, July 23. The sale is hosted by Countryside Men’s Community. Rent a spot for $30. Space is limited – sign up at www.countrysidechristianchurch.org/sale Countryside Christian Church is located at[Read More…]

Alan C. Bennett

Alan C. Bennett, 74, of Keizer, Oregon died April 12, 2022 at his home after a short illness. Alan Charles Bennett was born July 3, 1947, in Seattle, Washington to Harry T. and Leona M. (Moran) Bennett. He grew up in Seattle, Wenatchee and Bremerton, Washington, graduating from West Bremerton High[Read More…]

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Keizer Library book sale begins Friday May 20th

Missionaries from the Church of Latter-day Saints helped prepare for the Keizer Community Library’s spring book sale. The sale will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, May 20 and Saturday, May 21, at the Keizer Civic Center. Setting up books for the sale were: (Front) Kari Anderson[Read More…]

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Salem Friends of Felines Cat of the Week

History: Amber is a golden domestic short hair mix. She is very shy and reserved. Preferred home: This cat would do best in a quiet home. She can be affectionate but takes time to adjust to new people. Amber has been okay around other cats in the past.

McNary softball sweeps doubleheader with McKay

McNary softball swept a doubleheader at home against McKay High School on Wednesday, totalling 31 runs in the six innings played. Both games ended after 3 innings with the 10-run rule. The Celtics won the first game, in which they were the home team, 15-0. In the second game, the[Read More…]

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Chihuahua 500

All proceeds go to Woods Creek Rescue Race Starts May 7th at 9am, ending the day at 1pm Register by emailing [email protected] or go to https://woodscreekrescue.weebly.com/race $25 Registration Fee Raffles and Prizes for everyone Sponsored . . . You have reached content available exclusively to Keizertimes digital subscribers. Receive a[Read More…]

Amy Queen for Circuit Court judge

Amy Queen To the Editor: Here’s why I am endorsing Amy Queen for Marion County Circuit Judge – Position 14:  I worked with Amy on many public safety issues and projects when I was the Woodburn Police Chief and the Salem Deputy Police Chief. Amy is an experienced and talented[Read More…]

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Volunteer of the Week

Do you know someone who should be recognized for their volunteerism in Keizer? Submit their name to be considered as Volunteer of the Week, sponsored by Capitol Auto Group. Email to: [email protected] keizertimes.com Deadline: Friday, April 15, 2022 

McNary softball wins one, loses one in southern Oregon

After the March 14 home game was rained out, the McNary High School softball team traveled to southern Oregon to play two games on Tuesday, March 15, first against the Roseburg Indians and then the Grants Pass Caveladies. The Celtic girls defeated Roseburg 4-2. Lacey Vasas was 2 for 3[Read More…]