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Suspects identified in Goodpaster shooting

Suspects identified in Goodpaster shooting

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes Some surprising information came out recently regarding the murder of Jerrid Goodpaster at Keizer Station. Among those surprised? His father, Eric Goodpaster. Jerrid, 28, was fatally shot in a Keizer Station parking lot near Starbucks on Valentine’s Day evening. No arrests have been made yet, but detectives with the […]

Arrest made following Monday shooting

Arrest made following Monday shooting

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes A 31-year-old male has been arrested in connection with Monday afternoon’s shooting in the Keizer Bi-Mart parking lot. Jeff Kuhns, deputy chief with the Keizer Police Department, announced Tuesday morning Kyle Erik Madrid had been arrested for the shooting of Randall Lynn Anderson, 59. The shooting happened shortly after […]

Roundabout on track for June start at Chemawa and Verda

Roundabout on track for June start at Chemawa and Verda

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes Construction is still on schedule to start in June for the new roundabout at Chemawa Road and Verda Lane. The Oregon Department of Transportation project, with a total cost of approximately $1.8 million, should be open sometime in September. “Construction is expected to start in early- to mid-June,” said […]

Shooting at Bi-Mart Monday afternoon

Shooting at Bi-Mart Monday afternoon

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes One person was taken to Salem Hospital Monday afternoon after a shooting in the Keizer Bi-Mart parking lot. Police scanner traffic indicated a suspect was seen running northbound from the scene on River Road. Jeff Kuhns, deputy chief with the Keizer Police Department, was on scene at JC’s Pizzaria […]

What grocers could come and where would they go?

What grocers could come and where would they go?

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes When the idea of a new grocery store in Keizer is brought up, two main questions typically come up: what store and what location? For months, many Keizerites have been requesting a WinCo. The former Roth’s space in Schoolhouse Square is too small, while the former Albertsons/Haggen space in […]

How Keizer ended up with ONE GROCERY STORE and the future prospects of more

How Keizer ended up with ONE GROCERY STORE and the future prospects of more

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes Amid rumors of a Walmart opening soon in Keizer Station, the Roth’s grocery store in Schoolhouse Square was closed in the spring of 2012. While that was a big loss, at least Keizer still had two grocery stores. Until last year, that is. The former Albertsons at Creekside Shopping […]

Revenue is good at Keizer Civic Center

Revenue is good at Keizer Civic Center

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes In the last couple of budget cycles, serious concerns were raised about rental revenue of the Keizer Civic Center. A new Event Center Coordinator position was filled by Kristian Bouvier in January 2014, with the hope being revenue would be greatly boosted and less general fund money would have […]

Dieker stays as chamber leader, for now

Dieker stays as chamber leader, for now

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes And the new executive director of the Keizer Chamber of Commerce is… Actually, it’s still Christine Dieker for now. Dieker announced during the monthly chamber luncheon on Tuesday at Keizer Quality Suites a person was offered the position, but was retained by her current boss. “You get me for […]

Child killed Friday while crossing River Road

Child killed Friday while crossing River Road

An 8-year-old Salem boy was killed Friday evening while attempting to cross River Road North on the 3900 block. Just past 7 p.m. March 11, Keizer Police Department officers responded to a 9-1-1 report of an automobile versus pedestrian crash in the northbound lanes of River Road North. When officers arrived on scene, they confirmed […]

Keizer, close down these parks!

Keizer, close down these parks!

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes Keizer has its own version of Ralph Nader. Nader was a safety advocate who gained national fame in the 1960s with his book Unsafe at Any Speed, declaring the Chevrolet Corvair was dangerous. Eamon Bishop did his best Nader impression at Tuesday’s Keizer Parks and Recreation Advisory Board meeting […]

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