The Keizertimes is the weekly community newspaper serving Keizer, Oregon. The newspaper was founded in 1979.
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Let the races begin
In November three city councilors and the Keizer Mayor positions are up for grabs. Candidates have until August 25 to file. To qualify, they must: be registered voters in the City of Keizer, have lived in the city for 12 months prior to the election and collect 120 signatures of registered Keizer voters before being certified for the ballot.
When elections come around in November, three city councilors positions are up for grabs as well as that of Keizer’s Mayor. Councilors Marlene Parsons and Kim Freeman have already announced they will not be seeking additional terms in office. Councilor Laura Reid is up for re-election.
Candidates have until August 25 to file.
To qualify as a candidate, registrants must be registered voters in the City of Keizer and resided within the city for the 12 months preceding the election. Candidates must also collect 120 signatures of registered Keizer voters before being certified for the ballot.
Contact Tracy Davis at 503-856-3412 or via email at [email protected] for additional information or for an election information packet.
SPORTS Oct. 19
Celts can't complete comeback against West Salem
Despite not being at full strength, McNary had a chance to take over the top spot in the Mountain Valley Conference (MVC) with a win over West Salem on Friday, Oct. 15. But late in the fourth quarter, the Celtics defense couldn't get a stop when they needed it most.
OPINION Oct. 19
Let a commission redistrict
SPORTS Oct. 19
McNary picks up key victory to remain in playoff hunt
With their playoff chances on the line, the McNary boys' soccer squad earned a much-needed victory against Bend.
BOOK REVIEW Oct. 18
Book review: "I'll Take Your Questions Now"
Terri Schlichenmeyer leaves her review of "I'll Take Your Questions Now" by Stephanie Grisham.
OPINION Oct. 18
The spirit of volunteerism lives