The Keizertimes is the weekly community newspaper serving Keizer, Oregon. The newspaper was founded in 1979.
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Chemeketa launches CDL licensing course
It will only take four weeks to earn your commercial drivers license at CCC.
Chemeketa Community College’s new truck driving program will enable students to gain knowledge and skills needed to earn their commercial driver license (CDL) in four weeks.
The program will prepare students for taking the state exam as well as meet new state and federal requirements for certification, which will involve 160 hours of classroom and behind the wheel training. Graduates can expect to find a rewarding career with great starting salaries, job security, and options for local or interstate jobs.
Interested students must be 18 years old, have a valid Oregon driver’s license, and at least one year of driving experience. For detailed information on program requirements and FAQs, visit go.chemeketa.edu/truckdriving or contact Paul Davis at [email protected] or 503-584-7553.
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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.