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Couple says so long after some 40 years of combined service
Veterans say they will focus community service
Family struggles with aftermath of attack that kills llamas
Students should exercise their obligation to vote
The school is seeking $40,000 from the Bowerman program to help resurface the track at Gallaspy Field.
The girls tennis team breaks even but the boys lose five of six tiebreakers.
The girls basketball team takes third in the Salem SKYBall League.
The track team will compete in Salem on Saturday, April 3.
One-stopping shopping for evil madmen everywhere
Spring brings blossoms throughout Polk County
The softball team has lost five in a row and eight of 10.
School district still looking at increased class sizes
An injury prevents the OSU kicker from performing at the scouting combine.
Central baseball and softball teams face Y-C on Friday, April 2.
Highway will not get all the anticipated upgrades
Golf Leagues are starting soon at Cross Creek.
Officials look at sources of water for the next 40 years
Kovash presents awards at agricultural convention
Keep casinos on native land
Site could be office, retail and residential site
Hispanic students rally for educational rights
'Loving Alternatives' a way for Kirk just to hang out with his friends
The Wolves put together 17 hits and win the opener 10-2.
The baseball team has been consistently inconsistent.
No easy answers on globalization issue
The boys tennis team wins three of four singles matches.
The 8th-grade A boys basketball team suffers its second loss of the season.
Both the boys and girls have plenty of room for improvement.
The Polk County Snowriders have two trips left.
The softball team wins 10-0 after losing 1-0 and 8-0.
The Wolves are 6-30 all-time in baseball against the Wildcats.
The girls tennis team claims six of eight matches.
Pitcher Nikki Stouder follows a no-hitter with a perfect game.
The senior wins three individual events in the track team's first meet.
Dallas spends most of the day and half of the night at the Grizzly Bear Open.
The Lumberjacks have won 19 consecutive softball games.
The baseball team improves to 2-0 with a gutsy win.
The Dallas baseball team will host McKay for a double-header on Thursday, March 25.
The Dragons' Archer Dreizsus ties for second in the first tourney of the season.
Both teams benefit from an improptu boys tennis match.
Monica Smith from Dallas runs a 15.00 in the 100 hurdles.
Retired Dallas physician feted for his Coast Guard service
'Illegal aliens' get undeserved rap
Intruder held until police arrive
Times, they are a-changin'
Judge Microsoft gently
Landmark restaurant overdue for improvements
Western students wins $25,000
Women's Club hosts board games
Developments mean big changes for town
Independence resident joins six other contenders
Looking for middle ground (and not finding any)
Polk Count Jail bookings
Fisher: Court's landmark ruling will have little effect on child abuse, domestic violence cases
Ambulance will not go out on some calls
Watershed council gets a new coordinator
Project ADELANTE brings both famlies and cultures together
George W. Bush out to be broadcast journalism's next Ted Baxter
Falls City couple worries about the law but not their love
Jordan Boustead and Michael Genera just miss a combined no-hitter.
The baseball team posts an impressive win its first time out.
The softball team goes toe-to-toe with the defending state champions.
Bible group starts looking at Titus
The baseball team improves to 14-10 on the season.
Both coaches are pleased with their team's effort in the first matches of the season.
M/I wants better, cheaper, faster Internet service
Dallas' softball and baseball teams play at home on Tuesday, March 23.
Clauson shares experiences from Kosovo
The 8th-grade A boys basketball continues to roll.
Lend your voice to budget process
Coach Dale Cutsforth is pleased with the team's work in preseason workouts.
Kids learn early that the human heart is an obstacle course
Dallas Republican to finish out House District 23 term
The softball team builds a nine-run lead and then hangs on for the win.
What would I want with George Foreman's underwear?
City drops controversial proposal
The Mid-Valley Basketball Academy is holding tryouts Saturday, March 20 in Falls City.
You get out of education what you put into it
Polk County bucks Marion County and risks $850000 state corrections grant
Your dog's business is their business
Who will replace Lane Shetterly in Oregon House; GOP huddles
High school spring sports start (weather pemitting, let's keep our fingers crossed!) on March 15.
New fund pays for victims' medical care
If it doesn't have a talking squirrel, I'll wait for the video to come out
The softball team falls again despite a two-hitter from Nicolette Bonzani.
Hewitt changes from independent to Republican
Construction on Barberry a fine addition to Dallas
Independence remaining hold-out in imposing fee
Central starts celebrating a little early
Pentacle raises above plays weaknesses
Former county commissioner re-enters race
Meaning marriage is determined by the people involved
Council considers stricter guidelines
10 bridges slated in project
Jennie Rummell and Josh Cummings earn first place.
Riddles return from their trip to Mexico
Primate rescue seeks donations
Brown honored as Horticulturalist of the Year
County officials say they'll only accept gay marriages by force
Event raises money for senior center
The Polk County Snowriders have three more trips to Mount Hood.
French student experiences life in America
The baseball team is one game under .500 for the season.
Thai teacher gives books to elementary school
The women's basketball team halts a seven-game losing streak.
Hispanic students fight an uphill battle for legislation
The men's basketball team shows its split personality one final time.
Bowman gets 110-day jail sentence
Dallas seniors hold annual St. Patrick's Day event
Swimmers Erika and Veronica Twenge both bring home an armload of medals.
She played for four different head coaches in four years.
The Lady Cougars sweep Salem Crossler Middle School.
The WOU baseball team starts the series with two lopsided shutouts.
Two wins are unlikely to much help the men's basketball team.
LaCreole's baseball team is holding a rummage sale May 6-7.
Western Oregon finishing basketball, starting softball and baseball.
Seven sponsors help give away 210 basketballs.
The boys basketball team blows past Newberg in its finale.
The 8th-grade A boys basketball team suffers its first loss.
The women's basketball team is trying to snap a six-game slide.
The team puts in long hours of practice before and after school.
Birthdays, visits and goodbyes dot Pedee's week
Chemeketa move a 'win-win' situation
Polk County residents love to hear the old, old story of Jesus and his love
Rates increase by 20 percent
Planning commissioner responds to charges of conflict of interest
Local blood drive turns out better than expected
Les Schwab goes beyond public service
Meeting old comrade a journey back through time
Monmouth council holds hearing on high-speed internet
Barbara Maytum gets her seat on council back
Infidelity, dirty socks threaten sanctity of marriage
Charter schools look at new kinds of educators