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Graffiti has been blooming around Keizer like Spring flowers. City parks and private property alike have been tagged. It is a primary issue for the Parks Division of the Public Works Department. It takes a lot of time and resources to fight graffit. Keizerites who spot graffiti around town or in one of the parks are encouraged to report it to the Keizer Police via their graffiti portal at Keizer.org.

March 29 is Good Friday with Easter following on Sunday, March 31; houses of worship will mark the day with services. There are many egg hunts scheduled for Saturday, March 30.

Ground has broken for the new turf fields at Keizer Rapids Park. The $4 million project features two fields of turf available to all sports and organizations that will register with the city of Keizer to use once they are operational.

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Salem-Keizer “Working Together” sign smashed
The Salem-Keizer “Working Together” sign and brick wall, located at the bifurcation of River Road and its intersection with Stark Street has sustained heavy damage. 
Salem-Keizer “Working Together” sign smashed
The Salem-Keizer “Working Together” sign and brick wall, located at the bifurcation of River Road and its intersection with Stark Street has sustained heavy damage. 
New towing ordinance in Keizer
A new city ordinance dealing with towing vehicles was adopted by the Keizer City Council on April 3, after its approval at the March 4 city council meeting. 
New towing ordinance in Keizer
A new city ordinance dealing with towing vehicles was adopted by the Keizer City Council on April 3, after its approval at the March 4 city council meeting. 
Graffiti everywhere
For the last several months, many Keizerites may have noticed the increase in graffiti around town near residences, in the parks and in other high traffic walking areas. According to…
Graffiti everywhere
For the last several months, many Keizerites may have noticed the increase in graffiti around town near residences, in the parks and in other high traffic walking areas. According to…
KHT’s Silent Sky tells little-known story of astronomer Henrietta Leavitt
Keizer Homegrown Theatre reaches for the stars when it presents Silent Sky, opening Friday, April 12, for a nine-show run.
KHT’s Silent Sky tells little-known story of astronomer Henrietta Leavitt
Keizer Homegrown Theatre reaches for the stars when it presents Silent Sky, opening Friday, April 12, for a nine-show run.
Salem-Keizer board ratifies teacher contract, students speak against weapons detectors
The Salem-Keizer School Board on Tuesday unanimously approved a two-year contract with district teachers, ending a contentious bargaining process that almost led to the first teacher strike in district history.
Salem-Keizer board ratifies teacher contract, students speak against weapons detectors
The Salem-Keizer School Board on Tuesday unanimously approved a two-year contract with district teachers, ending a contentious bargaining process that almost led to the first teacher strike in district history.
Flag football begins at McNary
The flag football era began at McNary High School with a Jamboree on Saturday, April 6. Eleven girls and one boy geared up for their games, coached by Tracy Rhoades.
Flag football begins at McNary
The flag football era began at McNary High School with a Jamboree on Saturday, April 6. Eleven girls and one boy geared up for their games, coached by Tracy Rhoades.
Rotary Raffle raises over $90K 
The Rotary Club of Keizer held its annual Go for the Gold Raffle Dinner and Party on Saturday, April 6, and raised more than $90,000 for club projects.  Hundreds of…
Rotary Raffle raises over $90K 
The Rotary Club of Keizer held its annual Go for the Gold Raffle Dinner and Party on Saturday, April 6, and raised more than $90,000 for club projects.  Hundreds of…
 State Fire Marshal gives MC Fire District #1 new pumper
Marion County Fire District #1 took receipt of a Type 3 fire engine from the Oregon State Fire Marshal last week. The engine, part of the State Fire Marshal’s Response…
 State Fire Marshal gives MC Fire District #1 new pumper
Marion County Fire District #1 took receipt of a Type 3 fire engine from the Oregon State Fire Marshal last week. The engine, part of the State Fire Marshal’s Response…
Homeless woman sentenced to three years after hundreds of police contacts involving petty crime
A Keizer homeless woman was sentenced to prison, Friday, April 5, after hundreds of police contacts throughout 2022 and 2023, according to a brief on the matter from Keizer Police. 
Homeless woman sentenced to three years after hundreds of police contacts involving petty crime
A Keizer homeless woman was sentenced to prison, Friday, April 5, after hundreds of police contacts throughout 2022 and 2023, according to a brief on the matter from Keizer Police. 
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