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SUNDAY, MARCH 19
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Scott, a social studies teacher at Parrish Middle School, said
students often ask why there are certain months set aside for the
study of special groups, like Black History Month.
To help them understand, he has them look through their
textbooks and fi nd the mentions of African American achievement
in relation to those of whites. Given that the books come from
somewhere else, he then has them look closer to home.
“We look at the principals of the schools in Salem-Keizer. If
you’re a woman, you can be principal at middle and elementary
levels. If you’re a woman of color, there’s only one of you. That’s
not overt and intentional, but it’s little things that let you know
what your expected role is,” Scott said.
Members of the city council seemed largely receptive to the
idea, but Councilor Roland Herrera actively wanted the council
to take up the baton.
“I would like to see us revisit it and I think it’s something the
community could use. For those that don’t feel (the pressures of
being a minority) it doesn’t have an impact. For those of us that do,
it’s felt and seen all the time,” Herrera said.
Mayor Cathy Clark was also on-board with the idea.
“I’d love to have a conversation about what this would look
like and how to more deeply and broadly engage within our
community,” Clark said. “And what, specifi cally, can we do to
broaden that conversation.”
At the same time, she said a resolution was a piece of paper and
she was more interested in what might be done as a far as setting
Scott urged her not to discount the power of a resolution.
“I realize that a statement is paper, but the statement can lead to
action. We can be practical, but we can also be bold,” he said.
To adopt a resolution, there will also be roadblocks to clear. In
2003, the then-councilors passed a resolution of non-involvement
in state and federal issues. City Attorney Shannon Johnson believed
it was passed with regard to the Iraq War as other cities were passing
proclamations of support or resistance to the cause.
It will be up to the current councilors to decide whether
diversity and inclusion is something covered by that 2003 resolution
or something altogether different.
“To me, this is a human problem that goes beyond state and
federal issues,” Herrera said.
Colored pencils at KAA
One of Keizer Art Associa-
tion’s most popular shows –
the colored pencil exhibition
– is running through May 3 at
the Enid Joy Mount Gallery
at the Keizer Heritage Center.
This is the fourth year in
a row the society has cho-
sen KAA to host the show
which features submissions
from throughout Oregon and
A reception and awards
presentation will be on Satur-
day, April 1 from 2 to 4 p.m.
at the Keizer Heritage Center,
980 Chemawa Road N.E.
For more information visit
keizerarts.com or cpsa201.
• 12:01 a.m. - Fraud use
of credit card on 7600 block
Wheatland Road N.
• 5 p.m. - Criminal mischief
and vandalism on 1600 block
Marigold Street NE.
MONDAY, MARCH 20
• 7:28 a.m. - Traffi c accident
with injury on 5300 block River
• 9:04 a.m. - Aggravated theft
on 6700 block Westridge Court
• 11:12 a.m. - Stolen vehicle
and theft from vehicle on 1600
block Sieburg Street NE.
• 12:48 p.m. - Sudden death
on 800 block Maine Ave NE.
• 1:24 p.m. - Organized retail
theft on 6400 block Keizer Sta-
tion Blvd NE.
• 10 p.m. - Theft from vehicle
on 900 block Nightingale Court
• 11 p.m. - Theft from vehicle
on 1000 block Fir Cone Lane
TUESDAY, MARCH 21
• 3:21 a.m. - Arrest for crimi-
nal trespass and unlawful posses-
sion methamphetamine on 4900
block River Road N.
• 10:07 a.m. - Arrest for
criminal trespass and parole vio-
lation on 5800 block Keizer Sta-
tion Blvd NE.
• 11 a.m. - Criminal mischief,
crime damage and criminal tres-
pass on 5200 block 15th Court
• 6:17 p.m. - Arrest for theft
and parole violation on 3800
block River Road N.
• 9:51 p.m. - Restraining
order violation on 1200 block
Ring Street NE.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22
• 4:41 a.m. - Shoplifting on
3800 block River Road N.
• 10:49 a.m. - Arrest for war-
rant on 4700 block Future Drive
• 4:44 p.m. - Arrest for un-
lawful possession heroin on
5100 block River Road N.
• 7:56 p.m. - Telephone ha-
rassment on 1000 block Oak-
wood Street NE.
• 8:53 p.m. - Arrest parole
violation on 1000 block Hidden
Creek Drive NE.
THURSDAY, MARCH 23
• 7:17 a.m. - Traffi c accident
on Cherry Ave NE and Alder
• 12:01 p.m. - Arrest for
bench warrant, fugitive from
other states on River Road N
and Parkmeadow Drive NE.
• 12:09 p.m. - Arrest for
criminal trespass on 5800 block
Keizer Station Blvd NE.
• 2:06 p.m. - Arrest for bench
warrant and parole violation on
1000 block Oakwood Street NE.
• 2:29 p.m. - Arrest for drugs
1000 feet of school on 1000
block Oakwood Street NE.
• 4:44 p.m. - Arrest for driv-
ing while suspended on 1200
block Candlewood Drive NE.
• 8:31 p.m. - Arrest for physi-
cal harassment and aggravated
assault on 800 block Evans Street
• 10 p.m. - Criminal trespass
on 1100 block Hyson Court
FRIDAY, MARCH 24
• 9:18 a.m. - Arrest for re-
straining order violation on
4500 block Cedar Court N.
• 9:47 a.m. - Identity theft on
1200 block Lydia Ave N.
• 12:16 p.m. - Criminal tres-
pass on 5400 block River Road
• 1:31 p.m. - Theft on 700
block Ventura Street N.
• 3:20 p.m. - Theft on 7400
block Kayla Shae Circle NE.
• 8:58 p.m. - Arrest for war-
rant on Churchdale Ave N and
Wolf Street N.
• 10:46 p.m. - Arrest for mi-
nor in possession alcoholic li-
quor and noise disturbance on
800 block Manbrin Drive NE.
SATURDAY, MARCH 25
• 5:50 a.m. - Criminal mis-
chief and vandalism on 800
block Cade Street NE.
• 2:28 p.m. - Criminal tres-
pass on 4800 block River Road
• 3:51 p.m. - Arrest for war-
rant on 3200 block Jack Street
• 7:01 p.m. - Arrest for war-
rant on 1000 ring Street NE.
• 8:49 p.m. - Traffi c accident
with injury on Chemawa road
N and River Road N.
SUNDAY, MARCH 26
• 1 a.m. - Arrest for assault
and reckless endangering on
5200 block Pleasant Court NE.
• 4:02 p.m. - Shoplifting on
4000 block River Road N.
• 6 p.m. - Criminal mischief
and crime damage on 6100
block Ulali Drive NE.
trafﬁ c court
Israel Ortega Ramirez, $245;
Shania Gael Gabor, $100; Rosa
Isela Serrano Garcia, $245.
Jeremy Ronald Ramon, $500;
Cassandra Michelle Riggs, $542;
John Micheal Hurles, $542; Tina
Marie Villarreal, $500; Andrew
Charles Sawyer, $160.
NO PROOF OF INSURANCE
Christopher Brian Kandcer,
$500; Louis Anthony Ponce, $260;
Violeta Castillo, $75.
DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED
Jeremy Ronald Ramon,
$1,058; Christopher Brian Kand-
cer, $1,058; Tina Marie Villarreal,
$1,058; Louis Anthony Ponce,
$435; Andrew Charles Sawyer,
Fei Lai, $245; Amanda Carin
Melissa Overhulser, $245; Nathan
James Fernamburg, $145; Andrew
Charles Sawyer, $160; Jared Taylor
Ratajczak, $135; Jeanette Kirsten
USE OF MOBILE DEVICE
Stephanie Anne Beinart, $135.
Tina Marie Villarreal, $250;
Rosa Lilia Anaya, $135; Cheng-
Christopher Brian Kandcer,
fail to register vehicle, $200; Louis
Anthony Ponce, operation of ve-
hicle without required lights, $40;
Joseph Bryan Rojas, failure of
merging driver to yield right of
way, $245; Laura Renee Spencer,
illegal parking, $95; Quincy Mi-
chael Smith, fail to register ve-
hicle, $40; Analiwi Barajas Solis,
illegal parking, $95; Cassia Nicole
Leidig, illegal parking, $95; Emma
Louise Riches, failure to change
information on license, $40;
Thomas Quinn Bradley, opera-
tion of vehicle without required
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