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No field improvements for eclipse event

No field improvements for eclipse event

Funding, manpower shortage to blame

Reclaimed

Reclaimed

Artist upcycles materials into state pride

Eagle scout fixes trail blazed by father

Eagle scout fixes trail blazed by father

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes Samuel Elder, a senior at McNary High School, recently completed the requirements to achieve the rank of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America. To become an Eagle Scout, a scout must complete a culminating project which involves planning, leading, and carrying out a service project that […]

Travel bans, Arrival and Mr. Rogers

Travel bans, Arrival and Mr. Rogers

By ERIC A. HOWALD I’ve lost track of how many times the counters on the digital cameras I use as part of my job have reset themselves, and the cameras only reset after 10,000 pictures. Most of those pictures will never – thankfully – see the light of day and the few I do remember […]

Credit union robber escapes

Credit union robber escapes

Law enforcement officials are on the hunt for a bank robbers who hit the MAPS Credit Union branch in Keizer Wednesday, Feb. 15. The suspect who entered the credit union is believed to be a female with a dark complexion,  in her 20s to 30s with black hair. The suspect was wearing a pair of […]

Code change could lead to Safeway gas station

Code change could lead to Safeway gas station

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes Note: The previous, and printed, version of this story incorrectly stated that the Keizer City Council approved a text amendment lifting an overlay zone on the properties near the intersection of River Road North and Chemawa Road North. The council voted only to hear a discussion regarding lifting […]

City council approves public art for roundabout

City council approves public art for roundabout

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes The possibility of placing public art in the roundabout at Chemawa Road Northeast and Verda Lane Northeast took a giant leap forward at the Keizer City Council meeting Monday, Feb. 6. The city council approved the placement of a public art pad in the roundabout, at the request […]

KPD cracks down on home squatters

KPD cracks down on home squatters

Sisters owe $72,000 in fines

St. Ed volunteers pitch in to help homeless families

St. Ed volunteers pitch in  to help homeless families

By ERIC A. HOWALD Of the Keizertimes Stacey Armstrong, her husband and two teenage daughters were evicted from their apartment on Dec. 6. “We were supposed to go to court, but we never got the paperwork telling us when we were supposed to be there. I dropped off a money order for the rent after […]

Sowing hope

Sowing hope

Trett honored as First Citizen

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