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Surging ‘Sinos sweep

Twice Mante Woods came up with the bases loaded in extra innings for the Campesinos this week. Twice he delivered walk-off wins. 

There had only been one walk-off win this season in the Mavericks League — the Volcanoes last week against the Senators. With their two in Week 12, the Campesinos finished off a three-game sweep and are now only .5 game behind the Mavericks for first place.

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OSAA announces officials shortage heading into the Fall

The Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) and the Oregon Athletic Officials Association (OAOA) have announced the open registration for officials for high school sports in a press release. The press release specified the  “immediate need for officials in football, volleyball and soccer.” While registration is open through Sept. 30 to[Read More…]

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Cherry Blossoms place second at Nationals

The Cherry Blossoms — Cherry City Roller Derby’s junior team — came home with silver from the Junior Roller Derby Association Championship on Saturday, July 30, and Sunday, July 31.  The second place finish in the open division came in the Cherry Blossoms first trip to the JRDA Championships. The[Read More…]

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Back(pack) to school

The Jettie Lee Mack Foundation will host its first annual Back to School Event on Sunday, Aug. 7. Backpacks and school supplies for 300 local children will be distributed at the event.  Registration is required, and will remain open until 300 children have been registered. You can register at form.jotform.com/221328326953154.[Read More…]

Drazan, Johnson, Kotek spar over guns, abortion, homelessness in first Oregon governor debate

BY JULIA SHUMWAY of the Oregon Capital Chronicle Oregon gubernatorial candidates, from left, Christine Drazan, Tina Kotek and Betsy Johnson, participate in a debate hosted by the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association in Welches. (Screenshot) The three women running to be Oregon’s next governor sparred over abortion, homelessness, guns and climate[Read More…]

Oregon Steam Up is 62 acres of fun

If you missed the opening weekend for the 52nd Annual Great Oregon Steam Up at Powerland Heritage Park in Brooks, you have one more chance on Aug. 6-7 from 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. The 62-acre festival offers visitors the opportunity to see thousands of engines, motors, vehicles and tractors[Read More…]

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Two Keizer women facing federal drug charges

A Keizer mother and daughter are facing charges involving their alleged participation in an India-based illegal drug distribution ring. Jennifer McConnon, 48, was arraigned in federal court Friday, July 29. She pled not guilty in her hearing before U.S. Magistrate Judge Jeffrey Armistead, and was released pending a five-day jury[Read More…]