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Food Bank in need of help

Figurative alarm bells are going off at Keizer Community Food Bank (KCFB) as the need is outstripping supply. The food bank experienced an increase of clients by more than 60% in March versus a year ago. The number of clients has increased while the amount of food available to distribute has remained constant.

Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast draws crowd

Some of the Class of 2023 who spoke at the Prayer Breakfast included (front, from left): Anna Sponable, Sheba Dawn, Mayor Cathy Clark, Alyssa Davis and Dr. Angela Plowhead. (Back, from left): Bishop Paul Jones, Pastor Jose Dominguez, Doug Short and Corri Falardeau. The 2023 Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast was held[Read More…]

Be prepared for dog leash law

Rules and procedures took up most of the Monday, May 1, Keizer City Council meeting. 

After opening with two proclamations by Mayor Cathy Clark the council heard a report from the Traffic- Bikeways-Pedestrian Safety Committee, including issues with traffic speeds on Chemawa Road east of the Verda Lane round-about. A top issue for the traffic committee is a signalized crosswalk on Lockhaven Drive N. at McNary High School.