Intuit Turbo Tax is working to redo tax returns 

Around 12,000 Oregon taxpayers who utilized the online filing program, TurboTax, to prepare their 2023 federal and state tax returns may be entitled to reduce their taxes owed or increase their refund by amending their state return, according to the Oregon Department of Revenue. 

Keizer man involved in a lethal hit-and-run accident 

A Salem man, Randall Dale Wilson, age 75, died Wednesday, May 8, at a Portland-area hospital as the result of injuries sustained from a hit-and-run incident that occurred at 11:30 a.m. on May 5, at the 4100 block of Rickey Street SE, Salem. 

Wilson was struck by Keizer-resident Gabriel Herrera, age 63. Herrera was identified and arrested later in the day on May 5, and originally charged with failure to perform the duties of a driver.

City Council Meeting Agenda

Keizer City Council will meet on Monday, May 20th at 6 p.m. in regular session.The following options are available if you wish to view or participate in the meeting: AGENDAKEIZER CITY COUNCILEXECUTIVE SESSIONMonday, May 20, 20246:00 PMRobert L. Simon Council Chambers930 Chemawa Road NEKeizer, Oregon 1. CALL TO ORDER 2.[Read More…]

Ayuntamiento de Keizer agenda

El Ayuntamiento de Keizer se reunirá el lunes 20 de mayo a las 6 p.m. en sesión ordinaria. Las siguientes opciones están disponibles si desea ver o participar en la reunión: AGENDAAYUNTAMIENTO DE KEIZERSESIÓN EJECUTIVAlunes, 20 de mayo de 20246:00 PMRobert L. Simon Council Chambers930 Chemawa Road NEKeizer, Oregon 1.[Read More…]

Abused Salem-Keizer sign covered in graffiti

The Salem-Keizer “Working Together” sign located on the intersection of River Road and Stark Street N. has been vandalized with what appears to be gang-associated graffiti similar to what has been found in Keizer parks.  The graffiti on the sign shows an “XV3” as well as “18 St.” both apparent[Read More…]

The Fall Guy doesn’t fall, he flourishes 

Movies are silly things when you really think about it, yet those who work in the industry can take them unbelievably seriously at the same time. 

Some even risk their lives to see that just a few seconds of a film looks good, and it is these lamentably ignored thrill-seekers, the stuntpeople, that The Fall Guy, a movie loosely based on the ‘80s television show of the same name, looks to celebrate in style.