Pet acupuncture gains popularity
Woman accused of bilking plumbing company
Hecksel leaves Monmouth for Rocky Mountains
Children learn from police, firefighters
Chamber president says Wolcott leaves big shoes to fill
Residents upset with commissioners for handling of issues
Central officials say tests misleading
Old tree makes political point
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Store's owner says business helps bring Dallas into 21st century
Laura Dyer celebrates 80th birthday
Chamber has tough job replacing Wolcott
Decision affects housing proposal
Some residents say it's too little, too late
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Commissioners approve license rule changes
Schedule of events
Nothing beats scarecrows for, well, scaring crows
Journalists should be protected just like Republicans
The team's first home game is Sept. 10 against Camas Valley.
The Pirates open Sept. 13 at Sheridan.
The Lady Pirates open the season Sept. 9 at North Clackamas Christian.
Company owners charge bigotry in cancellation of contract
Oregon a joke? Who says so?
The team opens on Sept. 11 at Newport.
Voters will decide fate of new center
Wolcott will serve until end of the month
Dirtiest word the Q word (don't tell Dick Cheney)
Oregon not heading down assisted suicide's slippery slope
Both residential and commercial customers to see increase
County fair brings out the best in young people
Charter schools meet different receptions
Friends meet at the fair
The Red-White game is on Sept. 7.
Philomath visits on Sept. 30.
The Panthers' season opener is Sept. 10 at Astoria.
Project will straighten out intersection
Polk County Jail bookings
The team opens Sept. 14 at Cascade.
The Panthers play three of their first four games at home.
"Charley's Aunt" anything but a drag
Schools risk PR problems but little else
The CHS Invitational is set for Sept. 11.
Dallas Kids, Inc. soccer clinic is at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 28.
Perrydale student Ashley Fults wins the junior pole bending event.
Dallas boasts one of the last true drive-in theaters
The football team had a strong offseason, but a number of veteran players are sitting this one out.
The football team has plenty of work left to do as the 2004 season approachres.
Hardware store leaving historic location
The Panthers' first move in 2004 is to completely forget a forgettable 2003 football season.
Grand Ronde tribes hold their annual powwow
The Dragons will take part in the Silverton Jamboree on Sept. 2.
The Lady Dragons open at home on Sept. 7.
The Dragons' first game is Sept. 9 at Tualatin.
Tualatin and Silverton will visit Dallas on Sept. 22.
The regular season opens Sept. 7.
The Dragons debut on Sept. 10 at home against Tualatin.
The Lady Dragons will host the Pac-9 Jamboree on Sept. 2.
West Nile virus cause for concern, not fear
Students learn a lesson in jazz
Flag helps mother deal with having a son in harm's way
Polk County Fair makes memories
Franchise with Charter extended
Different ideas emerge on how station should take shape
Dallas Kids, Inc. football players can pick up their gear on Aug. 21-22.
The Perrydale sophomore-to-be battles bulls and bucking broncs.
Sibling rivalries are a common theme in the annual event.
Loveall celebrates 97th birthday
Around $65,000 has been raised for Dallas football in the past 10 years.
Congresswoman talks on economy, public education
Mediation session ends after five hours with no agreement
County should keep an open mind on dog pound
Downtown preservation worth the effort
Area high schools fall short of federal benchmarks
Kids start the cowboy life early
Buhlers' place designated a 'Century Farm'
Members of 1959 Cavalcade reunite
Council passes laws to pave away for district
Wheel making the art of survival
4-Hers bring special friends to county fair
The volleyball team's season opener is set for Aug. 27 in California.
Spade better option than hoe
Volunteer work saves the school around $35,000.
Sara Cole, Brittaney Holmes and Justin Cuellar should only get better, too.
Kids, Inc. soccer clinic for parents, coaches and referees in on Aug. 28.
The Wolves will have five new players for the 2004 season.
The long-simmering issue could be settled at the Sept. 7 meeting.
Tillamook forest managed well
Independence celebrates wagon train anniversary
Formal written protest submitted
Local option levy sought for four years
Dallas police cars equipped with video
Patterson promoted from assistant chief to chief
Acrobatic dogs delight crowd at Monmouth event
Morrison teachers, administrators bring in third party
Annual cancer relay held in Dallas
County fair begins this week
Griffins take camping trip through state
Summerfest reminds us of our town
Is your spouse an alien?
DALLAS -- Exactly 1,100 people participated in this year's Dallas Summerfest parade.
Parade brings family together
A meeting for Kids, Inc. football coaches will be held at Morrison on Aug. 12.
Sheriff's Office cracks down on polluters
Group meets Aug. 9 to discuss levy
Morrison students explore medical careers
Council acts pre-emptively
Greg's Gophers maintain their hold on first place.
Dallas girl home following encounter with truck
New structure honors veteran firefighter
Barbie dumps Ken
Next session starts Aug. 9
The winners are named in more than two dozen different divisions.
Fire destroys home of Pedee family
Weekend of events planned
Weather cooperates with Summerfest
Power failure brings out merchants' philosophical side
Falls City bridge to be replaced
Show gives car enthusiasts an outlet
PERS: A broken promise or a broken system?
Officials say company violated contract
Firefighters pit mettle against metal
Jared Wilson wins in the five-mile race in 27:04.
Issue on Aug. 16 Dallas City Council agenda
Thursday, Aug. 5
Changes follow public input
Walker: Downtown a lost cause
Volunteers head to Dallas track Aug. 6 to 7
Annual street fair set Aug. 7