Willamette Valley Comedy Club will present Ball Pit Comedy at Keizer Homegrown Theatre on Friday, Oct. 6 at 7 p.m. This one-of-a-kind comedy show combines live stand-up comedy with audience distractions straight out of the ball pit. What is Ball Pit Comedy? While the comedians are on stage, the audience[Read More…]
Author: Lyndon Zaitz
Andrew Copeland will officially be sworn in as Keizer’s fifth police chief on Friday, Sept. 29, surrounded by family and city personnel.
Willamette Valley Navy Week kicked off in Keizer on Wednesday, Sept. 27, at the Keizer Conference Center with a proclamation and flag presentation.
The land on River Road north of Keizer was first settled by members of the Egan family in the 19th century. In 1951 a descendant opened a greenhouse business on the site. Thirty-one years later Ellen Egan joined her father in the business. Now it is being sold.
The Keizer City Council gave final approval to an ordinance that will regulate the permitting process for parades, special events and street closures for block parties.
Lt. Andrew Copeland has been promoted to Keizer Police Chief, to succeed John Teague, the city of Keizer announced Wednesday, Sept. 13.
Chief John Teague is retiring on Sept. 30, closing out a 34 year law enforcement career.
After eight months in office, Congresswoman Andrea Salinas has found her rhythm. She shares a townhouse with two other congresswomen. She runs from committee meeting to committee meeting, fits in caucus meetings and attends campaign fundraisers.
Congresswoman Andrea Salinas held a Town Hall in Keizer as part of a tour of her Sixth District.
About 2,000 people attended Servefest 2023, hosted by Lakepoint Community Church, held at the Keizer Civic Center on Sunday, Aug. 27.