The Keizertimes is the weekly community newspaper serving Keizer, Oregon. The newspaper was founded in 1979.
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LETTER: Support for Ross Day for City Council
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To the Editor:
I am writing now not as your state representative, but as a Keizer citizen. I have known Ross Day for many years. He has helped me many, many times through difficult challenges I’ve faced.
He has been a valuable friend. I say that to emphasize one of the tenets of Keizer: service. Ross has been involved in Oregon politics, quietly working in the background for many years, but always with “service” in mind. His expertise in land use law will be a huge asset to the Keizer City Council. The next few years will bring tremendous growth to our “little town” and we need someone who will protect it, yet help it to grow correctly.
Ross Day is a man of strong character and conviction. His work with Camp Joshua for years has made a huge impact on the lives of many children. And his strong stand for the sanctity of life tells anyone a whole lot about his moral character. I strongly urge a vote for Ross Day for Keizer City Council.
NEWS Sep. 23
Rep. Schrader instrumental in shutting down drug cost reform bill
Congressman Schrader voted against a bill that would have allowed the government to negotiate with pharmaceutical companies for lower prescription drug costs. Schrader talked with the Keizertimes about his decision and his own bill that looks to address the issue.
COMMUNITY Sep. 23
Lee-ving a Legacy: Chuck Lee's life of service
Lee passed away on Saturday, Sept. 4 at the age of 72, but leaves a lasting legacy, highlighted by his care and service for others, as well as his love for education.
COMMUNITY Sep. 23
Take your best shot: Improvements coming to Keizer Rapids Park disc golf course
Capital City Disc Golf President Daniel Schoonover is spearheading a project to bring improvements to the disc golf course at Keizer Rapids Park.
SPORTS Sep. 23
Martinez receives All-American recognition
Marlina Martinez, a seventh-grader at Claggett Creek Middle School, was the only softball player from the Salem-Keizer area that was selected to compete in the 12U All-American games in Oklahoma last month.
NEWS Sep. 22
Keizer Police respond to rollover crash
It was determined that the driver of the vehicle was heading east on Cummings Lane N. when he lost control, struck and sheared off a power pole and then rolled his vehicle into a parked car.