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Marilyn J. Dayson

Marilyn J. Dayson

March 14, 1932 – Jan. 18, 2015

No advertising, please

No advertising, please

By R. WILLIAM STITT I have had a keen interest in seeing a large “destination” playground being brought to Keizer Rapids Park ever since my first child was born six-and-a-half years ago; ever since I scouted high and low throughout the region and found that no such public playground existed. I had traveled to many […]

Paper has bias against the right

Paper has bias against the right

To the Editor: I was very surprised reading the editorial titled “Do not be goaded into war.” Your prejudice toward any conservative positions is quite apparent. The first statement I object to is that “conservative politicans do not support food stamps, unemployment benefits, clean air and water.” Conservatives do support these programs but not when […]

Knight of Arts a grand success

Knight of Arts a grand success

To the Editor: On behalf of the McNary Fine Arts Board, thank you to each and every one of you for your generous support of Knight of Arts 2015. This was a record breaking year for us, and none of it would have been possible without your help.  Because of the hard work and generosity […]

Negotiating from weakness

Negotiating from weakness

By MICHAEL GERSON    Over the years, President Obama has been criticized and praised—but mainly praised—for lacking a driving foreign policy ideology. It seemed to be one of the “childish things” he promised to set aside as he launched his presidency in 2009. America’s conduct in the world would be characterized by outreach, consultation, flexibility […]

Israeli election could determine future

Israeli election could determine future

Next week, specifically March 17, will prove a most monumentally-important day in U.S.-Israeli relations.  It’s the day the Israeli voters decide whether they want Benjamin Netanyahu, who came here to indelicately kick our duly-elected president and our nation’s foreign policy, to continue as that nation’s prime minister.  Or, choose Isaac Herzog, who commented about Netanyahu’s visit as “a very harsh wound to […]

Roundabout spun off to 2016

Roundabout spun off to 2016

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes In between Groundhog’s Day and April Fool’s Day comes this update: a major construction project involving Chemawa Road in Keizer has been delayed. Previously, the Chemawa Road Reconstruction Project from River Road to Keizer Rapids Park was delayed multiple times before finally being completed late last year. Now, it’s […]

The Bibi-Boehner coalition

The Bibi-Boehner coalition

By E.J. DIONNE JR. It was disconcerting to watch Congress cheer wildly as a foreign leader, the prime minister of one of America’s closest allies, trashed an American president’s foreign policy. It was equally strange that the speaker of our House of Representatives interjected the United States Congress into an Israeli political campaign. It fell […]

Agenda for Keizer City Council

Agenda for Keizer City Council

Monday, March 2 at 7:00 p.m.

Public Legal Notices: Published March 27, 2015

Public Legal Notices: Published March 27, 2015

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