Join Lane County 4-H for the Adulting 101 series! This 5-week course is designed for all teens ages 12-18 here in Lane County
They say that it is much safer to travel by plane than it is by car as there isn’t exactly a lot of stuff to run into up there. But in the defense of those with aviophobia, you also aren’t likely to be stranded in a place that makes rescue[Read More…]
With PGE instituting up to an 18% price increase at the start of 2024, now more than ever may be a good time to save some money and diversify your energy portfolio with some solar panels.
The 54th Northwest Agricultural Show, presented by Coastal,, will be held at the Jackman-Long Building at the Oregon Fairgrounds and Expo, opening on Wednesday, Jan. 17 through Friday, Jan. 19.
Keizer is a city that likes to help and with the motto, Pride, Spirit and Volunteerism it is apparent that citizens here strive to make theirs and others lives in Keizer better. Check out just a few volunteering opportunities for all ages.
Kim Steen hung up her clippers after 224 dog years at D & J Dog Grooming. Those clippers were taken up by new owner and former employee Jessica Jackson.
The Keizer Community Library will host professionals from the Willamette Valley Genealogical Society every 2 and 4 Monday of each month from 5 – 7 p.m.
Just because the weather is chill doesn’t mean you need to stay inside. Get out and check out some of these cool events happening in the Salem/Keizer area.
Book Review: “Elvis and The Colonel: An Insider’s Look at the Most Legendary Partnership in Show Business” by Greg McDonald and Marshall Terrill
Before he left, he swiveled and stood on his tiptoes. He teased a guitar, sneered and shimmied, and left a tide of swooning females in his wake. Yes, he’s gone, but The King meant a lot to people who still cherish his life and mourn his departure. Look past him, though, and you’ll see the man behind him, inside the new book “Elvis and The Colonel” by Greg McDonald and Marshall Terrill.
I am still not really sold on the merits of Mark Wahlberg as an actor, but I do think he puts in some pretty solid work whenever a script calls for him to lean into his funny side.