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If the bar ain’t bendin’, you’re just pretendin’

If the bar ain’t bendin’, you’re just pretendin’

MHS teacher sets powerlift world record

Vet wants park saved for memorials

Vet wants park saved for memorials

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes A long-standing project was finally completed in the form of a kiosk in the Pfc. Ryan J. Hill Memorial Park in Keizer Station. A veteran wants to see the kiosk removed. Rev. Matthew Price, a chaplain and American Legion member, previously succeeded in getting flag poles at the park. […]

Losing slide snapped by tie in boys tennis

Losing slide snapped by tie in boys tennis

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes The McNary High School boys varsity tennis team has had a rough go of it in recent weeks. After three consecutive 8-0 losses, the team managed to tie West Salem High School 4-4. It’s becoming one of the dreaded rebuilding years. “Matches have been a struggle, but a […]

Regulations for vet clinics clarified

Regulations for vet clinics clarified

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes Veterinarian regulations in Keizer have been clarified. Members of the Keizer Planning Commission approved the revised regulations during their April 8 meeting. The regulations are being sent to the Keizer City Council for final approval. After an hour of discussion – in addition to time spent on the issue […]

Lady Celts get big wins in tennis

Lady Celts get big wins in  tennis

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes McNary High School’s girls varsity tennis team lost a match with McMinnville High School 6-2, but the two matches the team won were important ones. In No. 1 singles, Celtic freshman Hannah Childress took down Grizzly senior Caitlan Baker, one of the better players in the league, in […]

Candidates spar for a sparse crowd

Candidates spar for a sparse crowd

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes No matter audience size, candidates take advantage of candidate forums. Such was the case April 16 as eight candidates for various races came to the Greater Gubser Neighborhood Association meeting. The number of candidates dwarfed the audience size. Richard Stevenson and Colleen Busch are competing for the Salem-Keizer Transit […]

Softball team struggles with errors

Softball team struggles with errors

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes McNary High School’s girls varsity softball team couldn’t overcome errors in the early going of a game with Forest Grove High School Friday, April 17. “We came out flat. It may have been having a whole week off but, in the first three innings, we kicked the ball […]

Area C developers being reimbursed

Area C developers being reimbursed

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes A reimbursement ordinance has been amended, paving the way for development in the Area C portion of Keizer Station. Keizer City Councilors unanimously approved amended language calling for the formation of a public improvement reimbursement district on Monday night. The approval came after revisions suggested by proponents for a […]

Boys suffer first loss

Boys suffer first loss

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes An 11-3 loss to South Salem High School means the McNary varsity baseball team is tied for first place in the Greater Valley Conference. The Saxons had a 2-0 lead when McNary went ahead 3-2 in the fourth inning. But an eight-run fifth inning for South sealed McNary’s […]

Three-wheeled warrior ends run with crash, fire

Three-wheeled warrior ends run with crash, fire

By CRAIG MURPHY and ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes A Salem man was arrested early Monday after crashing his Chevrolet Silverado into a barrier at Windsor Island Road North and Lockaven Drive N. The truck had lost a tire somewhere between south Salem and Keizer, but investigators were still not sure how long the […]

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