The 2024 All City Music event was held at South Salem High School on Saturday, Feb. 17.
Author: Lyndon Zaitz
Several dozen cancer survivors, their families and supporters of Kickin’ Cancer, gathered for a dinner on Saturday, Feb. 10, to celebrate those who have passed on and those who survived their journey.
First Oregon was too small. Then, she outgrew America. Now, Kelly Walther has gone global and has renamed her Keizer-based business Grant Services Global.
Six Lady Celt wrestlers have qualified for the state tournament after victories last weekend at the OSAA Girls 6A/5A Special District 2 (north Willamette Valley).
Eight months after Tim Davis and his team had a vision of what the former Keizer Grange Hall could become, The Rec Grange is ready to open its doors later this month.
McNary High School art students are in the spotlight this February at the Keizer Art Association’s Enid Joy Mount Gallery.
Irene Jones of Keizer is in a rare club: Americans who are 105 years of age or older.
The McNary High School wrestling teams have had some wins and losses over the past few weeks as the season sees its end in sight.
A play, set in 1960s Paris, Boeing, Boeing, written by French playwright Marc Camoletti translated by Beverly Cross, opens Keizer Homegrown Theatre (KHT)’s 2024 season on Friday, Feb. 9.
Marlene Parsons has thrown her hat in the ring for Position #1 on the Keizer City Council in the November election.