The Keizertimes is the weekly community newspaper serving Keizer, Oregon. The newspaper was founded in 1979.
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Grab-N-Go meals still offered
During Hybrid learning, students will have free Gab-N-Go Meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day.
Free Grab-N-Go Meals will be available for students during Hybrid learning. Each student will be offered one breakfast, one lunch, and one dinner per day. Breakfast and lunch will be offered on site. Dinner must be picked up at one of the Grab-N-Go meal sites. Students who are doing online learning will also need to go to one of the meal sites.
Meals are free for any child or teen ages 1-18, and adults with special needs ages 18-21 who are enrolled in a Salem-Keizer Public Schools program.
For more information and a list of the Grab-N-Go meal sites, visit https://salkeiz.k12.or.us/news/grab-go-meals-information-2021/.
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COMMUNITY May. 18
Odds and ends from the city's financial plan
Keizer Finance Director Tim Wood addresses his opinion on the new city budget along with the increase in police service fees.
COMMUNITY May. 18
$48M city budget unveils financial toll of chaotic year
After two meetings in city council, the city's budget committee approved a $48 million budget. This will help cover some of the unexpected additional expenses incurred by the city.
COMMUNITY May. 17
City officials attempt to head off questions
A brief timeline of the Chris Eppley situation and questions answered by city officials.
OPINION May. 17
A muted response to a shot
FreeCOMMUNITY May. 17
McNary theatre returns with Midsummer Dream
McNary is staging a live production this weekend of A Midsummer Night's Dream.