Marsha Stallings awarded First Citizen 2022. Lyndon Zaitz awarded 2022 Merchant of the Year. Eric Jesperson awarded Service to Education 2022. Tim Davis awarded the 2022 Presidents award.
The Keizer Cultural Center and Keizer Homegrown Theatre (KHT) were recipients of financial grants from the Marion Cultural Development Corporation (MCDC) at a reception on Tuesday, Jan. 10, at Salem’s Mission Mill.
Hello, Keizertimes readers. I’m Herb Swett, your new community news reporter.
Jessica and Jeremy Reisdorf, owners of Salt Haven. By LYNDON ZAITZ Of the Keizertimes We are told to limit our salt intake in our diet. However, there is a halotherapy utilizing salt that is said to be beneficial. The modern history of halotherapy dates to 1843, when a Polish physician[Read More…]
A kitten awaits surgery at a shelter in Salem. (Rachel Alexander/Salem Reporter) This article was updated Wednesday, Nov. 16 after Marion County provided more detail about the proposed memorandum. The Oregon Humane Society’s Salem campus will no longer accept stray cats from Marion County starting Tuesday, removing a major home[Read More…]
City Council opted out of offering grant funds to local food trucks.(LOGAN TURBES/Keizertimes) If you were one of the people who recently approached the city about using grant funds to help start up your own food truck business, prepare to be disappointed. Keizer City Council voted Sept. 19 not to[Read More…]
Town & Country Smokehouse, located on the south side of The Rec is serving up Western-style BBQ alongside island-style smoked meats. Pictured above: Jake Freeman with chefs Eric Kama and Jimmy Brundage. Town & Country Smokehouse opened its doors on April 1 with welcoming arms and smoked foods. The business[Read More…]
Miles Christy runs Nighthawk Woodworking out of his home in south Keizer. BELOW: Some of the smaller items Christy creates when between custom furniture orders. Computer programming just wasn’t cutting it for Miles Christy. So, he turned to woodworking. “When I was younger, my grandfather was a carpenter and I[Read More…]
Saddle up puzzle masters, it is time for a scavenger hunt. The event will be on Friday, May 7 and Saturday, May 8 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Anyone is free to join but there must be someone 18 or older in the party to enter a raffle for[Read More…]
Adam Navarro is the owner and trainer at Toe 2 Toe boxing. Toe 2 Toe Boxing’s Adam Navarro is ready to put some people on their heels. Navarro, the owner of the new gym in southeast Keizer, hopes the space introduces the sport he loves to a new audience and[Read More…]