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Having a cow? Nah, saving them

Having a cow? Nah, saving them

Proposal would rezone land with cows and make way for apartments

GGNA kicks off series of KRP meetings

GGNA kicks off series of KRP meetings

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes A small gathering at last month’s Greater Gubser Neighborhood Association meeting kicked off an extended public outreach process. As mentioned recently in the Keizertimes, Keizer Parks and Recreation Advisory Board members last month approved a timeline calling for a series of pubic hearings in conjunction with amending the Keizer […]

Brinks robber indicted

Brinks robber indicted

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes A Keizer man has been arrested for an attempted robbery back in March. Jeff Kuhns, deputy police chief with the Keizer Police Department, said on Wednesday 28-year-old Anthony Samuel White was indicted by a Marion County Grand Jury on 14 criminal charges, with 13 of those being felonies and […]

Family seeks help in finding lost Keizer man

Family seeks help in finding lost Keizer man

Authorities and family members are searching for 53-year-old Keizer resident Robert Allen Knupp. Oregon State Police (OSP) has joined family members in the search and is asking for the public’s help to find him after he was last seen Saturday evening, June 7. His 1993 Geo Metro was found locked and unoccupied at the Santiam […]

Delaney Madison Grill to open this summer

Delaney Madison Grill to open this summer

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes Jim Marshall’s original plan wasn’t to use the middle names of two of his five daughters for his new restaurant. It just worked out that Delaney Madison Grill sounded like a good name. So what did Jennifer, Stephanie and Ashley think of the name honoring younger sisters Hallie Madison […]

A smaller match for Keizer Parks Board program

A smaller match for Keizer Parks Board program

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes The debate over Keizer’s proposed 2014-15 budget of nearly $38 million came down to a $10,000 question Monday evening. That was the amount Richard Walsh, a former councilor and current member of the Keizer Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, asked for on behalf of the Parks Board. In recent […]

Egli not running for mayor

Egli not running for mayor

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes Will anyone battle Cathy Clark for mayor? Clark, the longtime Keizer City Councilor, announced early this year she will be running for the Keizer mayor seat being vacated after 14 years by Lore Christopher. For months, a big question had been whether current council president Joe Egli – who […]

Debate still noisy over tow trucks

Debate still noisy over tow trucks

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes The debate over tow trucks parking in Keizer neighborhoods heated up once again Monday. Discussion has been ongoing in recent months and was the subject of a special hour-long public forum in front of the Keizer City Council. A city ordinance approved in 2005 makes it illegal for a […]

Protestor for cows, against development

Protestor for cows, against development

A lone woman protested Tuesday evening, June 3, against the proposed development for property along Verda Lane between Chemawa Road and Dearborn Avenue. A requested zone change could include apartments. Maddy Kephart, 22, made a sign with a “No More Apartments” on one side and “Save Keizer Cows” on the other. She stood at the […]

Parks Board members want to start quickly

Parks Board members want to start quickly

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes Once the new fiscal year starts in July, a new matching grant program in the city starts. Members of the Keizer Parks and Recreation Advisory Board have been ironing out details of the new matching grant program – modeled after a similar program in Salem – the last few […]

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