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Winning record on line in Oly game

Winning record on line in Oly game

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes  To end the regular season with a winning record, the McNary High School varsity football team will have to snap a two-game losing slide and upset the Sprague Olympians on the road Friday, Oct. 31. The Olys are on a two-game winning streak that included a non-league 16-15 […]

Area C proposal shown

Area C proposal shown

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes Representatives for two companies hoping to build separate facilities in Keizer Station Area C are pooling resources to put in necessary infrastructure. Such infrastructure would improve traffic flow and benefit possible future development. However, both representatives made it clear their companies have no interest in developing the commercial part […]

Mom texted while child died

Mom texted while child died

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes The situation was tragic enough to begin with. Details that have emerged since a 4-year-old boy died in an Oct. 24 Keizer apartment fire have made the situation even more tragic. At the same time, more questions are being asked. Early last Saturday morning, 23-year-old Niya Breann Sosa-Martinez was […]

S. Salem cruises past Celt gridders

S. Salem cruises past Celt gridders

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes McNary’s football record dropped to .500 Saturday when the unbeaten visitors from South Salem pounded the Celtics 48-14. The first quarter was scoreless, and in the second period the Celtics answered a Saxon touchdown plus an extra point with a touchdown and missed kick, but from then on South […]

SKSB committee draws too many applicants for quick board decision

SKSB committee draws too many applicants for quick board decision

By HERB SWETT For the Keizertimes Salem-Keizer School District directors had so much difficulty filling five budget committee positions earlier this month that they had to postpone their vote on one of the positions for two weeks. Eight people applied for the five positions, with one disqualified because he was found not to be a […]

Netters stave off Grizzly rally

Netters stave off Grizzly rally

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes The McNary High School girls varsity volleyball team looked to be on its way to a sweep of the McMinnville High School Grizzlies when the claws came out. “We thought we had it, but their team’s fight comes out whenever they’re down like that,” said Lady Celt Ariana […]

Q&As with Senate District 13 candidate: Ryan Howard

Q&As with Senate District 13 candidate: Ryan Howard

EDITOR’S NOTE: With ballots arriving at Keizer homes, Keizertimes News Editor Craig Murphy and Publisher Lyndon Zaitz recently sat down with candidates for the local contested races: Oregon House District 25 race, State Senate District 13 seat and Keizer City Council No. 5 seat. The candidates’ responses are being presented in a question-and-answer format. Longer […]

Q&As with Senate District 13 candidate: Kim Thatcher

Q&As with Senate District 13 candidate: Kim Thatcher

EDITOR’S NOTE: With ballots arriving at Keizer homes, Keizertimes News Editor Craig Murphy and Publisher Lyndon Zaitz recently sat down with candidates for the local contested races: Oregon House District 25 race, State Senate District 13 seat and Keizer City Council No. 5 seat. The candidates’ responses are being presented in a question-and-answer format. Why […]

Council makes change with Bair Park cell tower rent

Council makes change with Bair Park cell tower rent

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes Revenue from a cell tower in Bair Park will be paid back to Keizer’s water fund over a 10-year period. The action was approved 5-1 at the Keizer City Council meeting on Monday night. Cathy Clark voted against the motion, while Dennis Koho was absent. Bair Park had originally […]

Campaigning at GGNA

Campaigning at GGNA

By CRAIG MURPHY Of the Keizertimes Another month, more candidates at a Greater Gubser Neighborhood Association meeting. Expect the scene to be repeated once again next month. On Oct. 16, candidates in three political races spoke at the monthly GGNA meeting at Gubser Elementary School: 5th District Congressman Rep. Kurt Schrader, state Senate District 13 […]

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