Continuing through Friday, March 29 The Keizer Heritage Museum is featuring an exhibit of Tammy Wild’s glass collection including uranium glass, vaseline glass and canary glass among other types. Museum hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays 2 to 4 p.m., Saturdays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. keizerheritage.org. Continuing through Saturday, April[Read More…]
McNary senior’s service earns her Elks scholarship
Abbie McKenzie Abbie McKenzie has always had a servant’s heart. Since her life as a high schooler started four years ago, the McNary High School senior has been heavily involved in the Keizer community. Little did she know how much it would pay off. Back in January, McKenzie was awarded[Read More…]
READY FOR DUTY
John Hartzell got a personal tour of the Keizer Police Department recently. In addition to meeting numerous officers, he got to try out some of the department hardware like a riot shield and the department’s heavy-duty door knocker.
What is that purple truck?
Oishi Express is serving up Japanese-American fusion cuisine at a food truck on Chemawa Road N. Oishi Express is a food truck at 392 Chemawa Road N that serves Japanese-American style food. The truck arrived in Keizer in February and began serving their large-portion food combos which can include beef,[Read More…]
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KT on KMUZ: On-air with founders of the Latino Action Committee
Two of the Latino Action Committee Founders, City Councilor Roland Herrera and Rev. Jose Dominguez, in the KMUZ studio Friday, March 8. (KEIZERTIMES/Eric A. Howald) In 2018, 18 graduating seniors at McNary High School strode into the next chapter of their lives with $150 scholarships from Keizer’s Latino Action Committee,[Read More…]
Quilt Show moves to Armory
Mid-Valley Quillt Guild (MVQG) will transform the Salem Armory into a display space for its biennial quilt show in a new location on April 18, 19 and 20. Show hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 18 and 19, and 10 to 4 p.m. on April 20. Marge[Read More…]
‘The Pelvis’ goes missing in new Keizer Homegrown production
Tim Reid plays a hapless assistant who transforms into Elvis during the play. Linda Baker was about ready to hand over the reins of Keizer Homegrown Threatre’s production of Elvis Has Left the Building when the intended director’s play in another venue was held over. It was a blessing in[Read More…]
Keizer Pho hosts Night Off
After a long day, the thought of cooking dinner and cleaning up the kitchen can be daunting. The Keizer Chamber of Commerce is hoping to restore some peace of mind to home chefs. A new initiative aims to support both home cooks and local restaurants. The chamber calls it Cook’s Night Off. By[Read More…]
Willamette Lutheran honored For Earthwise moves
On March 6, Willamette Lutheran Retirement Community was presented the Earthwise Large Business of the Year award by Salem Environmental Education (part of Marion County Environmental Services) at a special sustainability luncheon held at Mission Mill. Accepting the award was Kay Hayes, director of marketing; Sam McDonald, groundskeeper/supervisor, Matt Meisenberg,[Read More…]