Archive for the Category ‘Letters’

Paper is balanced

Paper is balanced

To the Editor:  Regarding Jim Keller’s view (Letter to the Editor, March 13) about liberal bias on the part of the Keizertimes, I note in the same paper, approximately 24 column inches devoted to supporting Keller’s conservative views (Michael Gerson) and 15 column inches reflecting what would appear to a liberal view (Gene McIntyre). The […]

Paper has bias against the right

Paper has bias against the right

To the Editor: I was very surprised reading the editorial titled “Do not be goaded into war.” Your prejudice toward any conservative positions is quite apparent. The first statement I object to is that “conservative politicans do not support food stamps, unemployment benefits, clean air and water.” Conservatives do support these programs but not when […]

Knight of Arts a grand success

Knight of Arts a grand success

To the Editor: On behalf of the McNary Fine Arts Board, thank you to each and every one of you for your generous support of Knight of Arts 2015. This was a record breaking year for us, and none of it would have been possible without your help.  Because of the hard work and generosity […]

Senator wants people to stop SB324

Senator wants people to stop SB324

To the Editor: One of the first public hearings of the Oregon Legislature’s 2015 session was for Senate Bill 324, which extends the sunset for a low carbon fuel standards (LCFS) program set to expire December 31. The alleged purpose of LCFS is to reduce the “carbon intensity” of fossil fuels. Producers of biofuels will […]

Mayor Cathy Clark

Mayor Cathy Clark

To the Editor: A big “thank you” to Mayor Cathy Clark for her attention, giving and bringing, to our long neglected River Road merchants! They are the true heart of Keizer. Cathy features and visits a different Keizer business every Wednesday as a part of her Keizer Business Day program. Carol Doerfler Keizer

CERT needs members

CERT needs members

To the Editor: Keizer CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) will be holding their spring training class beginning Thursday, March 5, at 6:30 p.m. The classes will run eight weeks from 6:30 to 9 p.m. in the Community Room at the Keizer Fire Station, 661 Chemawa Rd. N. The cost is $60 and will include training, […]

Ethics

Ethics

To the Editor: What is going on in Oregon? We have a person in the governor’s chair that lacks scruples and good judgment. Governor Kitzhaber’s continuing episode with Cylvia Hayes is mindboggling. He claims he was blind sided about her past when it appeared in a newspaper article. The article pointed out her sordid background […]

Keizer Rapids Regional Park

Keizer Rapids Regional Park

To the Editor: I am under the impression our Keizer Rapids Park was a regional park since Marion County contributed funds to purchase some of the property. The county was able to spend county park money. If the park is regional, the county should provide the city with funds for some park maintenance.  County Commissioner […]

State of the Union

State of the Union

To the Editor: The President’s State of the Union address is, by long standing tradition, a chest thumping opportunity for the administration in power. I would have expected no less from Obama. And a negative rebuttal by the other party is expected as well. It seems like things have never been better—or worse. Let me […]

KNOW thanks Keizer

KNOW thanks Keizer

To the Editor: By now, the Christmas wrappings have been discarded.  By now, almost 400 children in Keizer are enjoying the warmth of their new jackets, clothing and most importantly, are playing with their new toys. Thank you Keizer community and swarms of volunteers who made this happen.  The Keizer Network of Women (Keizer Chamber […]

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