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Bedoya leads Celtics to victory

McNary pitcher Devon Bedoya threw six scoreless innings to help the Celtics defeat Reynolds 5-0 on Monday night (KEIZERTIMES/Matt Rawlings). With a pitching rotation that hasn’t been set yet, Devon Bedoya proved that he can be a reliable arm for the McNary baseball squad.  In his first start of the[Read More…]

What is that purple truck?

Oishi Express is serving up Japanese-American fusion cuisine at a food truck on Chemawa Road N.  Oishi Express is a food truck at 392 Chemawa Road N that serves Japanese-American style food.  The truck arrived in Keizer in February and began serving their large-portion food combos which can include beef,[Read More…]

Bracing for change

The McNary High School campus is about to get a lot busier. Beginning later this month or April, Salem-Keizer School district officials are expected to start staging a multimillion dollar expansion of the Celtic’s school. “Now that we’ve purchased the [church] property, we’ll start the mobilization. You’ll see the trailers[Read More…]

Sports impact will set in this summer

The McNary softball program will have to do away with the brand new dugouts they installed two years ago as they will begin playing on their new field by Saint Edward Catholic Church in 2021. (KEIZERTIMES/Matt Rawlings) With construction on the expansion of McNary High School getting set to take[Read More…]

Quilt Show moves to Armory

Mid-Valley Quillt Guild (MVQG) will transform the Salem Armory into a display space for its biennial quilt show in a new location on April 18, 19 and 20. Show hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on April 18 and 19, and 10 to 4 p.m. on April 20. Marge[Read More…]

Police Scanner

Friday, March 1 • 12:01 a.m. – Theft from vehicle, unlawful entry vehicle with intent to commit theft on 4100 block Arnold Street NE. • 3 p.m. – Theft by deception on 6400 block Keizer Station Blvd NE. • 3:01 p.m. – Scam by internet on 5300 block Jeffrey Court[Read More…]

Preserve the Keizer Way

Whether anyone likes it or not, Keizer is growing. Our city’s growth is expected to continue on an upward path for the forseeable future. That’s what happens when you are successful. Through both planning and happenstance Keizer is one of the most desirable addresses one can have in the mid-Willamette[Read More…]