The Keizertimes is the weekly community newspaper serving Keizer, Oregon. The newspaper was founded in 1979.
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In-N-Out plans June groundbreaking
The construction of an In-N-Out Burger is as close as its been to becoming a reality. Construction is expected to begin in early June.
A Keizer Station In-N-Out location may begin construction as soon as June.
A message from Jim Lockington, a new store development manager with the fan-favorite burger chain, to city officials confirms that the chain is moving ahead with its plans.
Lockington said that the chain's escrow on the property will close around May 17th and an on-site pre-construction meeting is planned for June 6th with construction commencing immediately.
"The floor plan that we are building on this site is a brand new floor plan. We recently did some internal coordination with our operations department and our go-to trade contractors and have made some changes to the permit-ready plans," Lockington said.
The Keizer location will be the third one in Oregon and the farthest north on Interstate 5 from chain's California origins.
SPORTS May. 23
7 Celtics named to MVC baseball first and second teams
The Mountain Valley Conference named it's all-conference teams for baseball. Trevor Ratliff and Cooper Cripe represent McNary on the first team, while five more Celtics made second team and two more honorable mentions.
BOOK REVIEW May. 23
Book review: "Every Cloak Rolled in Blood"
Terri Schlichenmeyer leaves her review of "Every Cloak Rolled in Blood" by James Lee Burke.
NEWS May. 23
Police calls May 8 - May 15
NEWS May. 23
Blood drive at St. Edward Catholic Church on May 26
Appointments available for the public