By QUINN STODDARD Of the Keizertimes Election day results for the Keizer Fire District (KFD) and the Marion County Fire District #1 (MCFD #1) tax votes are in and show both districts adopting the increased taxes. With 100 percent of the vote for each district tallied, the KFD vote showed[Read More…]
After a two week investigation five McNary High School freshmen football players were taken into custody Thursday afternoon on criminal charges of physical harassment and fourth degree assault.
A 4.4 magnitude earthquake struck near Lacomb at 5:52 a.m. this morning.
Early in the morning on Sept. 20, Keizer Police responded to the report of a stabbing in the 3000 block of Cherry Avenue N. Investigators report that a male and female got into an argument, which led to another female attempting to intervene in order to protect the first[Read More…]
Keizer Police Lt. Trevor Wenning said the man killed inside a home on Mayfield Place in Keizer Sept. 4 was 30-year-old Aaron Scott Gage, a Salem resident. KPD responded to reports of a gunshot wound at around 2:30 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 4, which they are describing as a home[Read More…]
According to Keizer Police Lt. Andrew Wenning, a Chevrolet Tahoe swerved off Chemawa Road Friday, Sept. 2 around 11 a.m., knocking down an electrical pole and causing the power to be turned off in the area while PGE crews work to assess the damage and do repairs. The accident occurred[Read More…]
A winter storm warning has been posted for the Salem area for snow starting Saturday afternoon with 3 to 8 inches expected by Monday night. The higher elevations of the Cascades could get another 3 feet of snow, according to the latest forecast from the National Weather Service. Anticipating the[Read More…]
District 25 Rep. Bill Post announced Monday that he would be resigning after seven years in office. (Photo courtesy of Bill Post) After announcing in late September that he had moved to Nevada, Republican state Rep. Bill Post told the Keizertimes Monday night that he would be resigning from his[Read More…]
Supporters of President Trump rally outside the Capitol on Salem on Wednesday, Jan. 6, as insurrectionists invade the nation’s Capitol in Washington, D.C. (Amanda Loman/Salem Reporter) Remarkable scenes are unfolding in the nation’s Capitol as insurrectionists have stormed the building, disrupting the formal count of electors, and sending senators and[Read More…]