The Marion Cultural Development Corporation has been very supportive of Keizer Heritage foundation and the Keizer Cultural Center and their support has made a significant difference in the programming and services we provide to the Keizer and Salem communities.
By LYNDON ZAITZ of the Keizertimes The global hit, Momma Mia! makes its Keizer debut at McNary High School on Wednesday, Jan. 24 and will continue through Saturday, Feb. 3. Presented by McNary High School Performing Arts, the show will be staged in the Ken Collins Auditorium. Supergroup ABBA’s timeless[Read More…]
Eight students have been listed on the 23-24 Fall Term Presidents list at the Oregon Institute of Technology
Meet Koda, the emotional support dog and newest employee of the Keizer Police Department.
After receiving new computers, an IT specialist and a $3,000 grant, the Keizer Heritage Museum, located in the Keizer Cultural Center at 980 Chemawa Rd. N, is undergoing needed modernization.
The Keizer First Citizen banquet will be hosted by the Keizer Chamber of Commerce this Saturday, Jan. 20 from 5:30 – 10 p.m., in the Keizer Civic Center at 930 Chemawa Rd N.
Thanks to the recent $2.2 million grant given to Chemeketa Community College starting Jan. 1, rural high schoolers will have expanded opportunities to develop the needed skills to enter high-skill, high-wage, high demand positions in technical industries.
At the age of 69, Keizer City Attorney Shannon Johnson has two things on his mind for retirement: travel and family.
The Keizer Community Library is hosting free tabletop game nights every third Monday with the next event coming up this coming Monday, Jan. 15 starting at 5:30 p.m.
Salem Reporter will host a gun violence forum on Wednesday Jan. 17, at the Elsinore Theatre located at 170 High St. SE.