In all, 501 adults and 75 kids dined at KFD for Mother’s Day, but those numbers are about half of what came through the bay prior to the pandemic.
Author: Joshua Manes
Three Keizer students receive Turnaround Awards
Middle school and high school students from the Keizer-Salem area were honored, including three from Keizer, on Tuesday at the 27th Turnaround Achievement Awards at the Keizer Community Center.
McNary bands place 2nd and 3rd at OSAA State Championships
The McNary Wind Ensemble placed second, and the Advanced Symphony Orchestra placed third in their competitions at last week’s OSAA State Championships.
West Keizer Neighborhood Association planting at Willamette Manor Park
Members of the West Keizer Neighborhood Association planted 135 kinnikinnick plants, also known as bearberries, on the edge of the park
Lady Celts earn revenge win at South Salem Tuesday
The Lady Celts went into South Salem on Tuesday with a chance to avenge an earlier loss and extend their win streak to four games. And with the 6-0 win, they did both.
Celts lose to Olys, but rounding third late in season
The Celtics may have lost to the Olys on Tuesday, but the season finally feels like it’s turning around for McNary.
Knowing their options: McNary holds freshmen mental wellness fair
McNary High School held a Freshmen Well-Being Fair to help freshmen students understand the various resources in the area to help.
McNary boys and girls finish in top half of Garden City Invitational
On Friday, McNary track and field was at the Garden City Invitational at Silverton High School, with both the boys and girls finishing in fourth place.
McNary softball keeps rolling with Friday win against North Salem
The Lady Celts completed the season sweep over North Salem with a 15-0 win on Friday.
Interim no more, Russell sworn in as KFD Chief
Ryan Russell was sworn in as the new Keizer Fire District Fire Chief on Friday after seven months as the interim chief.