Six Keizer police officers were awarded the Medal of Valor for their heroic efforts in July 2021 when a routine interaction turned into a shootout and car chase.
Author: Quinn Stoddard
The city of Keizer is currently working with the city of Salem and North Star Communications to install a new fiber optic traffic control line along River Road from Swingwood Drive to the south end of Keizer.
The Oregon Employment Department (OED) discussed the current state of the economic and workforce-related trends in Oregon, the tax contribution rates upcoming in 2024 and news from Paid Leave Oregon.
The Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) is warning dog owners of an atypical canine infectious respiratory disease (CIRDC) affecting canines in the Willamette Valley area as well as the Portland Metro area.
The Keizer City Council came together on Nov. 20, their second monthly regular session, and discussed a variety of topics.
Look out for these upcoming Thanksgiving weekend wine events going on throughout the Willamette Valley area.
Several board positions have become available for interested members of the public.
Medical renewals combined with unprecedented levels of people applying for and receiving medical, food, cash and child care benefits have led to a historically high number of callers which impacts call wait times.
Japanese-born Oregonian, artist M. Shoki Tanabe, will have his assortment of mixed media drawings on exhibit at the Salem on the Edge art gallery running through Nov. 25 on Liberty Street.
The Amazing Bubble Man is bringing his show to the Chemeketa Community College auditorium on Sunday,Nov. 19 from 2 -3:10 p.m.