On Sunday, June 28, the Rotary Club of Keizer will stage Ride 45 on the 45th, a recreational 45-mile bicycle ride to raise funds for Rotary International’s End Polio Now campaign. There will also be a 12-mile family friendly route. Riders can begin the 45- or 12-mile mapped routes anytime between 8 a.m. and 9:30. […]
By DEE MOORE For the Keizertimes Finding 150 volunteers a day to build the Big Toy might seem a challenge. Feeding those 150 workers three times a day for five days appeared to most a Herculean task. But for Dave Bauer the answer was simple; reach out to the faith community and ask them to […]
January 8, 1931 – May 23, 2015
A Box of Soap by Don Vowell Oregon House Bill 3093, with Rep. Bill Post as chief sponsor, would allow concealed handgun licensees from many other states to legally carry in Oregon. “If you have a driver’s license you can drive a 2,000 pound car in any state without anyone blinking an eye. What’s the […]
To the Editor: A recent letter mentioned Canada spending $10 million on failed gun laws. In fact, it was over $2 billion. The decades-long farce ended in the single greatest defeat for gun control advocates since the invention of gun powder. In an almost unbelievable example of irony anti-gun leader Wendy Cukier has done more than Sam […]
To the Editor: The France School of Dance would like to thank the community and the students for donating 748 pounds of food and $343 in donations to the Keizer Community Food Bank. Our performance/food drive was held May 26 the at North Salem High School. Linda Martin Keizer
By LAWRENCE KUDLOW The strong May jobs report, including a 280,000 jump in nonfarm payrolls, reminds me of the big debate over the harmful effects of a strong dollar and falling oil prices. But where’s the harm? King Dollar, along with the supply benefits of the fracking revolution, may actually be propping up a subpar […]
Since the recession has softened, it has been revealed that there is a need for people trained in vocational-technical skills. The number of these jobs is no small potatoes; in fact, they add up to hundreds, even thousands, of opportunities that too often go unfilled by Oregon’s working age youth and adults because they are not adequately trained for them. […]
John Sanford, 84, passed away on May 23. A celebration of life will be held Thursday, June 11 at 3 p.m. at the Keizer Elks Lodge. Arrangements are being handled by Keizer Funeral Chapel.
David Bruce Barrett, 84, passed away on May 21. There will be no services held at this time. Arrangements are being handled by Keizer Funeral Chapel.