Stories for September 2003

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Wednesday, September 24

              

School responds to threat

DALLAS -- A written threat of violence on the wall of a boy's bathroom stall at Dallas High is getting a lot more attention than Principal Keith Ussery appreciates.

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Tuesday, September 23

      

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Wednesday, September 17

               

Tuesday, September 16

       

Fair gets $50K for new building

RICKREALL -- Polk County just received a $50,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to improve the county fairgrounds in Rickreall.

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Woman hit by police car

DALLAS -- A Dallas Police patrol car struck a pedestrian Sept. 12. Susan Wilson, 55, suffered broken bones when she tried to cross Miller Avenue near Howe Street.

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Wednesday, September 10

            

Tuesday, September 9



Feeding the need

With Christmas still months away area relief agencies face a mounting tide and a harder time...

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Library bans sex offender

SALEM -- Sex offender Larry Lee Edwards was banned from the Salem Public Library for viewing pornography Aug. 29.

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Wednesday, September 3

        

Library listing needs

INDEPENDENCE -- The new Independence Public Library still needs chairs, desks, tables and other items.

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Dallas vision shared

DALLAS -- Wider sidewalks, narrower streets, more trees and "gateways" to downtown Dallas that allow one to know it is a traditional, even historic, neighborhood are part of the vision of the Commercial Downtown Masterplan for Dallas.

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PCL also expands photo processing

INDEPENDENCE -- Officials of Partnerships in Community Living are upgrading the equipment at F-Stop 1-Hour Photo, the organization's business at Central Plaza.

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