The Keizertimes is the weekly community newspaper serving Keizer, Oregon. The newspaper was founded in 1979.
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Roaring fun at VBS
Countryside Christian Church hosted its annual Vacation Bible School the second week of August.
Participants’ activities revolved around the theme, Life is Wild – God is Good.
Students dump water on each other in a modified duck-duck-goose.
Annaleena and Drake go for a spin.
Kinsley gives a hula hoop a try.
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Employment opportunity in therapeutic community
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COMMUNITY Apr. 18
Design the shirts for Humane Society's annual fundraiser
A T-shirt design contest is being hosted by the Willamette Humane Society for WillaMutt Strut 2021. The contest ends on May 5.
FreeCORRECTION Apr. 18
CORRECTION: Timeline of city emails misinterpreted
Due to a reporting error, Keizertimes published an incorrect date regarding the exchange of emails after the former city manager discharged a gun in his office.
SCHOOLS Apr. 18
Another first day of school
6th graders returned to in-person learning at Whiteaker Middle School on Tuesday.
SCHOOLS Apr. 17
SKPS aims for 5 full days in 21-22
Students will be returning to five full days per week of in-person learning in the Fall. They will follow the appropriate guidelines at that time.
NEWS Apr. 16
Burn ban in effect
A backyard burn ban is put in place until Sunday, April 18. The ban could be extended based on conditions which will be decided on April 19.