The Keizertimes is the weekly community newspaper serving Keizer, Oregon. The newspaper was founded in 1979.
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Keizer Police seize thousands in stolen golfing gear
Nearly $7,000 in stolen merchandise was recently seized by Keizer Police and returned to owners.
Keizer Police Department seized nearly $7,000 in stolen goods and arrested a 39 year-old Keizer resident who had a warrant from Idaho for burglary and grand theft on April 20.
KPD would not release the name of the suspect, but said the man has been indicted for both crimes after allegedly stealing a large quantity of golf balls and other golfing accessories from a Walmart store in Idaho.
According to Keizer Police, the suspect admitted to stealing the golf balls and some home improvement items from stores located in Oregon, Washington and Idaho during an interview following his arrest. The department recovered some of the stolen merchandise, valued at $6,924.49, from his residence and the items were returned to the stores; Lowe’s Home Improvement and Walmart.
SPORTS May. 24
Softball sends 4 to MVC all-conference first team
McNary softball had four named to the first team and two more on the second.
SPORTS May. 24
Martinez and McNary grand in first round win
Thanks to an Ali Martinez grand slam and seven runs in the first inning, the McNary Celtics cruised to a 13-3 win against Grants Pass in the first round of the 6A softball playoffs on Monday. The game was a rematch from March 15, the second game of the season for the Celtics, in which they lost 4-3. McNary will host North Medford on Wednesday.
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