The Mountain West conference, composed of southwestern states from New Mexico to California, celebrated its 25th season by unveiling its all-time best team, with former McNary swim star Amber Boucher being chosen.
Koda, the emotional support dog, has officially become the newest employee of the Keizer Police Department in a ceremony held Feb. 20 at Keizer City Hall.
Several dozen cancer survivors, their families and supporters of Kickin’ Cancer, gathered for a dinner on Saturday, Feb. 10, to celebrate those who have passed on and those who survived their journey.
In Keizer, a variety of both local and state/national publications are available to subscribe to for news, however, as for a dedicated local paper for Keizer, there is only Keizertimes.
First Oregon was too small. Then, she outgrew America. Now, Kelly Walther has gone global and has renamed her Keizer-based business Grant Services Global.
As a possible teachers strike looms for the Salem-Keizer community, many may be left wondering how this will affect the community.
In an effort to try and put more and accurate information into Keizerite hands, the following contains a list from various sources about how this possible issue could be handled.
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After eight years of service, City Councilor Laura Reid has announced she will not seek a third-term on the Keizer City Council as Francisco Saldivar announced his candidacy for the position
Salem-born Keizer resident, Dr. Leanne Eggert is one of the co-owners of the Creekside Veterinary clinic located at 113 McNary Estates Dr Suite B and has some important advice to give about canine health.
A dark money group founded by a national Republican political operative and oil industry lobbyists stepped up its efforts to influence Oregon voters this week, sending mailers and buying ad space in seven competitive state House districts.