Archive for ‘July 26th, 2013’

Agenda for Keizer City Council Special Session

Agenda for Keizer City Council Special Session

Monday, July 29th, 5:45 p.m.

Ninth-inning rally sees Volcanoes top Devils

Ninth-inning rally sees Volcanoes top Devils

  By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes PASCO, WASH.,–The Volcanoes overcame a six-run deficit July 19 to down the Tri-City Dust Devils 10-7 in Pasco. Salem-Keizer survived six errors by swinging hot late-inning bats and using relief pitching that resulted in newcomer Tyler Rogers’ first win. The victory, which included five runs in the ninth […]

Tri-City takes series 3-2

Tri-City takes series 3-2

  By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes July 17: Volcanoes 4, Eugene 3 Salem-Keizer edged Eugene in a game that was scoreless for 4-1/2 innings. Chase Johnson, pitching five innings for the first time as a Volcano, got his first win. He allowed three hits, struck out three and walked one. The Volcanoes started the […]

Survivor star to visit Volcanoes

Survivor star to visit Volcanoes

Benjamin ‘Coach’ Wade, a three-time Survivor contestant on the CBS reality series will appear at Volcanoes Stadium on Saturday, July 27. Wade appeared on Survivor Tocantins, Survivor Heroes vs. Villains and Survivor South Pacific and developed an enthusiastic following as one of the show’s villains.  He will meet and greet fans, sign autographs and pose […]

KYBA opens fall rosters

KYBA opens fall rosters

Keizer Youth Basketball registration begins Thursday, Aug. 1. Families can save $5 off regular registration fees by completing the forms online at www.keizerbasketball.com by Aug. 31. Costs for students in first and second grade are $60 per child ($55 for early registration); $70 for students in grades three through six ($65 for early registration); and […]

Mr. Holland’s Opus

Mr. Holland’s Opus

Amphitheater is greatest project for Clint Holland

Spider-Girl ready to help burglarized dance studio

Spider-Girl ready to help burglarized dance studio

  By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes Offers of help came quickly last week at Classic Tap Dance Company – including one from a 6-year-old Spider-Girl. The dance studio at 392 Chemawa Road North was broken into sometime overnight last Wednesday, July 17. Items stolen included a video camera, computer, hard drives, monitors, sound systems […]

Much Ado set brings era to life

Much Ado set brings era to life

  By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes When setting Keizer Homegrown Theatre’s Much Ado About Nothing in the roaring 1920s, director Evan Christopher left few details unexplored. The set itself is based on photos Christopher found of homes in Hollywoodland, Calif., at the time. “The area was billed as ‘all the luxury of Hollywood […]

Marianne Voves

Marianne Voves

January 14, 1922 — July 20, 2013

The hard part of acting

The hard part of acting

By LYNDON A. ZAITZ What would you do if someone handed you a phone book and said, “Here, memorize this in one month.” That is the feeling when an actor is cast in a play by William Shakespeare. Sure the Bard wrote in English, but an English that few modern actors amateurs recognize. That’s the […]

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