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No action taken on medical marijuana

No action taken on medical marijuana

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes Well, at least a task force was established. The hot button issue of medical marijuana facilities was brought up once again Monday during the Keizer City Council meeting. During previous discussion, councilors had indicated they were leaning towards requiring a permit in order to operate a medical marijuana facility […]

Rawlinses, city reach agreement

Rawlinses, city reach agreement

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes A key chapter in an ongoing saga involving property in Keizer Station is reaching an end. What a chapter it’s been. At Monday’s Urban Renewal Agency meeting – and again later at the Keizer City Council meeting – a settlement agreement between the city and two Rawlins entities was […]

New owner, hours for Keizer Liquor

New owner, hours for Keizer Liquor

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes Things are looking a bit different these days at Keizer Liquor Store. The store, located at 3530 River Road N, is under new ownership, has expanded hours and is bigger. “I just purchased the store in January,” said new owner Oliver Coker, who took over the store from retired […]

Quilts on display in city hall

Quilts on display in city hall

  By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes If you think the quilts on display currently at Keizer Civic Center look neat, just wait. A bigger and better display is expected to be coming next year. The Mid Valley Quilt Guild has 24 pieces on display at city hall for three months, ending on March 27. […]

The Big Toy, big meeting

The Big Toy, big meeting

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes When you have a big project, how do you keep everyone on the same page? Having group leaders in the same meeting, talking with each other is a good way. That’s what happened Monday to cap off a busy night at Keizer Civic Center. Leaders for The Big Toy […]

Progress made in Rawlins-city case

Progress made in Rawlins-city case

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes An agreement between city leaders and attorneys for the Rawlins family could be coming soon. The battle regarding 16 acres of land in Keizer Station owned by Timm and Linda Rawlins has been going on for nearly a decade, as mentioned in recent Keizertimes articles. According to a recent […]

Clean-up around Keizer city hall considered a success

Clean-up around Keizer city hall considered a success

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes If things look neater and cleaner around Keizer Civic Center this week, there are 40 pairs of hands to thank. Mark Caillier organized the Claggett Creek Watershed Council’s second annual clean-up last Saturday, Feb. 22. Originally the event was going to take place Feb. 8 as well, but snow […]

Herrera running for city council

Herrera running for city council

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes Roland Herrera knows the question will keep coming up. Herrera announced this week he is running for a spot on the Keizer City Council. If your reaction to that is “Roland Herrera? Isn’t that the guy the city parted ways with a couple of years ago?” Herrera understands. The […]

WORTH THE WAIT

WORTH THE WAIT

Keizer man honored with two Purple Hearts

Speed bumps to be coming soon to KRP

Speed bumps to be coming soon to KRP

  By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes Don’t be surprised to see speed bumps on Walsh Way at Keizer Rapids Park later this year. The issue was brought up at a Keizer City Council meeting earlier this month by Carol Doerfler, who noted the current lack of speed bumps has resulted in near-accidents. “I walk […]

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