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Big check for Marion-Polk Food Share at GGNA meeting [with Video]

Big check for Marion-Polk Food Share at GGNA meeting [with Video]

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes The check was so big, Rick Gaupo needed help holding it. Fortunately for the president and CEO of Marion-Polk Food Share, he had several hands. Gaupo was at the Feb. 19 Greater Gubser Neighborhood Association meeting to accept a check for money raised during December’s Keizer Miracle of Christmas […]

First time since 2009: GVC Champs

First time since 2009: GVC Champs

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes The McNary High School boys varsity basketball players are league champs. “It feels great. It’s taken a while, but it’s awesome to start as the last teams in the state and end up here ranked in the top 10,” said Celt senior Devon Dunagan. A 63-51 win over […]

Lee makes dance debut Feb. 27

Lee makes dance debut Feb. 27

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes Amid her preparation for Dancing with the Salem Stars Friday, Feb. 27, Krina Lee said part of the fun has been fashion talk. “There was a lot of discussion about what shoes we’re going to wear, but then we found out one of the male contestants is getting […]

Agenda for Keizer City Council

Agenda for Keizer City Council

Monday, March 2 at 7:00 p.m.

Dislocated shoulder doesn’t stop wrestler

Dislocated shoulder doesn’t stop wrestler

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes SPRAGUE — Thirty seconds into his finals match at the district wrestling tournament, Alvarro Venegas, a McNary High School senior, dislocated his shoulder. “The best we can figure it, he had an underhook on me and when I tried to pry down it just popped out,” said Venegas. […]

Can you spare a mural?

Can you spare a mural?

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes Town and Country Lanes already has the coolest looking sidewalk in town. So hey, why not have a large mural painted on the long north wall? That’s what is expected to happen this summer, as longtime owner Don Lebold gave his blessings to a plan proposed by former mayor […]

Cake icon goes with ganache

Cake icon goes with ganache

Oregon’s chocolate cake expert Gerry Frank kept a poker face as he tasted and scored the 15 entries in the Willamette Lutheran Retirement Community’s Taste of Home Chocolate Cake Contest Feb. 11. Frank, who judges the state fairground chocolate cake contest each year, was invited by Willamette Lutheran’s marketing director Kay Hayes to judge their […]

Councilors set short-term, long-term goals in session

Councilors set short-term, long-term goals in session

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes Keizer City Councilors can see where they are going. Councilors spent their work session on Feb. 9 fine tuning goals they hope to accomplish in the next two years, as well as long-term goals. The work session built upon goals talked about in a similar meeting back in December. […]

Clem not prepared for the President’s Award

Clem not prepared for the President’s Award

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes Having recently stepped down from public office, Dan Clem figured there was no reason to dress up for the Keizer First Citizen Awards Banquet on Jan. 31. Besides, the former Salem City Councilor didn’t anticipate winning anything so a sweater, jeans and tennis shoes seemed to be safe enough. […]

Celts show their mettle against Titans, Grizzlies

Celts show their mettle against Titans, Grizzlies

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes A 62-28 win over McMinnville High School Friday, Feb. 13, was a display of just how much the McNary High School girls varsity basketball team has grown in recent weeks. When the two teams met a little more than three weeks ago, the Grizzlies gave the Celts a […]

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