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Off-campus gang incident leads to MHS lockdown Wednesday

Off-campus gang incident leads to MHS lockdown Wednesday

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes Three were arrested by Keizer Police Department officers Wednesday afternoon following a gang-related stabbing. The incident happened in the Walgreen’s parking lot at 5000 River Road North, but led to authorities putting McNary High School in lockdown for about 40 minutes. At 2:49 p.m. Nov. 6, officers responded to […]

The Sweet Sound of Acceptance

The Sweet Sound of Acceptance

Western Oregon University doors swing open for Celtics

McNary-area choirs perform Oct. 22

McNary-area choirs perform Oct. 22

  More than 300 Keizer choral students will take the stage in the McNary High School Ken Collins Auditorium Tuesday, Oct. 22. The McNary area fifth grade honor choir, as well as honor choirs from McNary, Whiteaker and Claggett Creek will perform. The concert begins at 7 p.m. Admission is free, but donations are welcomed. […]

Keizer Homegrown’s A Doll’s House opens Oct. 17

Keizer Homegrown’s A Doll’s House opens Oct. 17

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes With next week’s opening of Keizer Homegrown Theatre’s A Doll’s House, director Randall Tosh will finally get to scratch an itch that’s bugged him for the better part of two decades. “I’ve seen the play several times, including a Broadway production that took a play treated as a […]

Online contest might earn MHS grant, concert

Online contest might earn MHS grant, concert

  By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes Two Keizer State Farm insurance agents are teaming up in an effort to possibly bring a major grant and even a concert to McNary High School. Agents Joe Guerra and Sam Goesch are joining forces to promote an online contest and driver’s education campaign being sponsored nationally […]

When a book is not a book

When a book is not a book

McNary students turn books into mini-movies

New Forest Ridge principal started in Alaskan basement

New Forest Ridge principal started in Alaskan basement

  By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes New Forest Ridge Elementary School principal Marya Kalugin’s teaching career started out in the basement of a three-story building in Alaska. “Teachers would come in by helicopter and guide my lessons from point to point. I loved that I was there making a difference,” Kalugin said. Now […]

‘Taking time to connect with students can remind you that it’s all going to be okay’

‘Taking time to connect with students can remind you that it’s all going to be okay’

Trusting relationships top goal for new Clear Lake principal

‘All of Me’ coming to Chemeketa Friday

‘All of Me’ coming to Chemeketa Friday

Rob Walker and Theatre Outreach will present All of Me, a revue of music from the 1930s to the 1950s, at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 23, at Chemeketa Community College’s Auditorium (Bldg. 6). Tickets are $12. For information call 503-409-5706 or email tuxedomanrobwalker@gmail.com. Walker entertains at senior facilities throughout the Willamette Valley.

Husk gets another three years

Husk gets another three years

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes A three-year contract for Sandy Husk as superintendent of the Salem-Keizer School District was approved at Tuesday’s School Board meeting. The contract, which runs from July 1 of this year through June 30, 2016, includes a salary of $198,130 for the current school year, reduced to reflect furlough days […]

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