The Keizer Fire District Board of Directors officially signed the separation agreement with Chief Jeff Cowan during the open session for the board meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 14.
Oregon House District 21 Redistricting means Keizer now sits squarely in the middle of House District 21, whose incumbent Chris Hoy is also running to be Salem’s next mayor. Both parties held primary elections earlier this year, setting up a race between Republican Kevin Mannix and Democrat Ramiro Navarro. Mannix[Read More…]
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The Celtics open league play in the newly formed 6A Special District 1 with a trip to South Medford on Friday, their longest road trip of the season.
SKPS announced on Tuesday the decision on an executive search firm for superintendent, Human Capital Enterprises.
The Celtics hosted the Newberg Panthers Tuesday night in a match the Panthers took 2-1, but the Celtics scored their first goal of the season on a Tessa Fisher PK.
The No. 2 Celtics defeated the West Salem Titans 3-2 Tuesday night to remain undefeated on the season.
On Friday, the SKPS board announced that meetings will no longer be open to the public in-person.
This comes weeks after initial petitions to recall three board members were filed with Marion County.
McNary football lost in the home opener 44-19 against Tualatin, now the OSAA No. 4 team in the state heading into Week 3.
But one play in the first half could have changed the momentum of the game.
The OSAA executive board voted unanimously on Monday to implement a 35-second shot clock in varsity basketball games starting in the 2023-24 season.