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Well set up to succeed

Well set up to succeed

  By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes For some, landing a part in a high school play is simply one more thing to add to a college application. For Danielle Purdy, the role of Irene Molloy in McNary High School’s production of Hello, Dolly!, launched her into a new trajectory. “That musical was formative […]

Helping at KLL Park

Helping at KLL Park

By LYNDON A. ZAITZ Of the Keizertimes A small army of volunteers attacked a reconstruction project at Keizer Little League Park to repair damaged infrastructure on Saturday, March 1. Keizer resident Danielle Bethell took on the repair as part of  her Rotary Club project. With reports of the damage caused by vandalism in the media […]

MHS choir alum wows professors

MHS choir alum wows professors

Might have future in opera

Agenda for Keizer City Council Special Session

Agenda for Keizer City Council Special Session

CITY OF KEIZER MISSION STATEMENT KEEP CITY GOVERNMENT COSTS AND SERVICES TO A MINIMUM BY PROVIDING CITY SERVICES TO THE COMMUNITY IN A COORDINATED, EFFICIENT AND LEAST COST FASHION A G E N D A  KEIZER CITY COUNCIL  SPECIAL SESSION  Thursday, March 6, 2014  12:00 p.m. (Noon)  Robert L. Simon Council Chambers  Keizer Civic Center  […]

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. […]

Cougars get taste of Sochi

Cougars get taste of Sochi

The students of Kennedy Elementary School have spent the past three weeks getting hand-on opportunities to play in their own Winter Olympics. The physical education unit, developed by teacher Natalie Clark, has been such a hit that students are buzzing about medals and the games they play long after they leave class. “I didn’t think […]

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 […]

Assassination in miniature

Assassination in miniature

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes Think of it as sibling rivalry run amok. While there were many benefits to Whiteaker Middle School eighth grader Madison Rutter constructing a scale replica of Ford’s Theatre, one that she’ll likely hang onto longer than some others was outdoing her sister. “I just wanted to do something […]

WORTH THE WAIT

WORTH THE WAIT

Keizer man honored with two Purple Hearts

Agenda for Keizer City Council Meeting

Agenda for Keizer City Council Meeting

CITY OF KEIZER MISSION STATEMENT  KEEP CITY GOVERNMENT COSTS AND SERVICES TO A MINIMUM BY PROVIDING CITY SERVICES TO THE COMMUNITY IN A COORDINATED, EFFICIENT, AND LEAST COST FASHION  AGENDA  KEIZER CITY COUNCIL  REGULAR SESSION  Monday, March 3, 2014  7:00 p.m.  Robert L. Simon Council Chambers  Keizer, Oregon    1. CALL TO ORDER      […]

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