Chemeketa Community College President Jessica Howard spoke with the Keizertimes about the advantages of community college and the future of the school
Keizer City Council meets on Monday, Feb. 6th at 7 p.m. in regular session. The following options are available if you wish to view or participate in the meeting: Attend the meeting in person in the City Council Chambers View the live broadcast on Comcast Channel 23 (within the[Read More…]
The FBI’s Portland office is seeking the public’s help to identify arsonists at three reproductive health centers, one each in Keizer, Gresham and Portland,. Keizer police received 911 calls the evening of May 8, 2022, reporting someone threw several Molotov cocktails at the Oregon Right to Life building at 4335[Read More…]
In the story, Personnel policy authority unchanged, it was printed that City Attorney Shannon Johnson would retire on Feb. 28. The story omitted the complete date: February 28, 2024.
Policies for the extent of Keizer City Council authority over administrative personnel decisions remained in place at Monday night’s Personnel Policy Committee meeting.
With talk about bringing SROs back to campus growing, SKPS introduced the Safe and Welcoming School Committee to examine what is needed for both physical and psychological safety of students.
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.
Loren’s Sanitation Service is moving forward with a third generation private family ownership. For the first time in more than 60 years there are no Thackery family members operating Keizer’s Loren’s Sanitation. Wayne Thackery sold the company to Nic Dahl in early January.
The Keizer City Council on Tuesday, Jan. 17, cleared the way for installation of protection materials at Ben Miller Family Park.
The last one-family house on River Road in downtown Keizer will be auctioned off Sunday, Jan. 15.