There are times when a city wants to impart information to residents—a new service fee, an announcement of a community event or a solicitation for responses to a survey.
The future belongs to those who plan for it. The City of Keizer wants to own its future with the input of the community.
The war between Israel and Hamas in Gaza has ignited hate violence here in the United States. Incidents of anti-Semiticism have skyrocketed and some Palestinians and Muslims have also been targeted for violence by people with hatred in their hearts.
There are items that are rarely asked for yet would make a visit to a food bank a whole new experience. Aside from the usual items we think that complimentary goods are as valuable, goods such as cooking oil, spices and powdered milk.
When behavioral health, drug use, homelessness and budgetary constraints meet, the impact is unsettling. The public wants a solution to what some perceive as a threat to the quality of life Keizer has worked to develop over decades.
Boys will be boys is not a reasonable reaction to the recent hazing incident in a McNary High School locker room resulting in the arrest of five minors.
Keizer voters will choose between two candidates for state House District 21 in the general election: the former state rep- resentative, Republican Kevin Mannix, and Democrat Ramiro Navarro.
The race for Oregon Senate District 11 is a campaign of local titans: incumbent Kim Thatcher, the Republican candidate versus Richard Walsh, local attorney and former Keizer city councilor.
By JEFF COWEN As I was counting down my time here at Keizer Fire, the opportunity to pursue retirement became available and timely, and for the District to seek the next Fire Chief. My time in emergency services is 42 years with nearly fifteen years here at KFD. I am[Read More…]
In the late 1960s, Walter and Ruth Robinson purchased an acre or so of property along the lazily-named Big River in rural Missouri. They’d raised four children in the suburbs of St. Louis.The eldest joined the Marines and never made it home from the Vietnam War. Insurance money collected after[Read More…]