Jeremiah Tracy scored twice as the McNary offense found the endzone three times against North Salem, but it wasn’t enough to stop the Vikings in a 48-20 loss for McNary
Willamette Valley Comedy Club will present Ball Pit Comedy at Keizer Homegrown Theatre on Friday, Oct. 6 at 7 p.m. This one-of-a-kind comedy show combines live stand-up comedy with audience distractions straight out of the ball pit. What is Ball Pit Comedy? While the comedians are on stage, the audience[Read More…]
Thanksgiving is coming soon and you know the story. A bunch of white folks came over in a boat, and landed on a rock. When it was November, they had a party and invited the Indians. Or not. Actually, mostly not, says Michael Harriot. In his new book “Black AF History,” you’ve been lied to. Even[Read More…]
At approximately 2:17 p.m. on Tuesday, Keizer Police responded to a 911 call at the Keizer Station Apartments in the 5400 block of McLeod Lane NE.
As a result, a 21-year-old male was charged with misdemeanor domestic menacing after he threatened his 21-year-old ex-girlfriend with a firearm.
TJ Reid shares his thoughts on Amazon Prime’s astronaut biopic “A Million Miles Away”
Salem’s Nightmare Factory is preparing to scare thousands of people when it opens on Thursday, Oct. 5, through Oct. 31, on the campus of the Oregon School for the Blind.
Willamette Valley Navy Week kicked off in Keizer on Wednesday, Sept. 27, at the Keizer Conference Center with a proclamation and flag presentation.
McNary held a one-goal lead in each half, but couldn’t overcome an aggressive West Salem attack that outshot the Lady Celts 10-4 on Tuesday night.
The Celtics took the trip down to Eugene on Friday and ran into an Irish team that is starting to round into a familiar form for last year’s 6A runner-ups.
You heard there’s a special creme inside them, so you’ll be sure to have one or five. The pies smell delicious; sweetness and a nip of sour, your favorite. Cake, cookies, pile that plate and forget the diet. As in the new book, “The League of Lady Poisoners,” written and illustrated by Lisa Perrin, some foods are simply to die for.