DALLAS -- Dallas First Friday organizers are trying something a little different this month. Civil War re-enactors will be present, in full costume, to discuss their experiences as historical actors and talk about the Civil War in general.July 31, 2007 midnight read more..
One of the many joys of living and working in MI Town includes getting to know the neighbors who own and work in our local businesses. There's a special satisfaction when goods and services are delivered as promised, and everybody involved is a winner.July 31, 2007 midnight read more..
*Summerfest already planning 2008 event*Improving Pfaff Park a most worthy cause*Buchanan family's gift appreciated*Pet foster families get kudos from afar*Conscience requires asbestos warning*Kindness of kids deserves recognition*Votes raising energy tax were misguided*Sam the Barber will be missedJuly 31, 2007 midnight read more..
*Camp offers sixth graders head start *4-H/FFA stock sale set for Aug. 11*Seniors will share skills with students *CHS band camp set for Aug. 8-13*County road work*Class of 1972 *Seniors Bingo*Pageant-bound*Three get awards*Women's group*Benefit sale*Thirdspace opens*Legislative update*Jackpot hitJuly 31, 2007 midnight read more..
*Letting naysayers know she supports Ash Creek Trail*Another view: Leader at LVCS doing fine job*Local coach had a big hand in girl's success*Search for a bit of knowledge becomes fiasco*Please support event to help local young man *Macular disease is tied to age, genetics, smoking*Spectator's actions at youth game were disgracefulJuly 24, 2007 midnight read more..
Awakening to the sounds of rain on the roof is somewhat unusual on midsummer mornings in MI Town, but it's a welcome change from the traditional long, hot days this time of year. We can still carry out our usual summertime activities because Mother Nature has cooperated for the most part by giving us plenty of sunshine and blue skies, and those wonderful summer evenings to enjoy with family and friends.July 24, 2007 midnight read more..
MONMOUTH -- Developer Chester Scott of Monmouth is waiting to sign up one more tenant before he begins construction work on University Station, which will be located where the H&R Block office currently sits at 340 N. Pacific Highway.July 18, 2007 midnight read more..
*Junior Academy offered for kids* Fund raiser will help local youth*Summer library events continue*County museum has porch sale*County road work continues*Libray book sale is this weekend*Class of 1982 reun"My Turn" for women over 50 *Dallas renunion Aug. 4 in park *Jazz concert slated Aug. 5*Monmouth library activities due*Group seeks help to mentor moms*Dallas Alliance hosts Bible school*Team sponsors ALS benefit event*Walgreens work is rescheduled*Concert slated at local church*Freeborn gets ag scholarship*Casino exhibits Kalapuya culture *Author hosts book signing in Dallas*Gospel music event is 28th*Teller honored *Marinelli namedJuly 18, 2007 midnight read more..
Oregon organizations wishing to host an AmeriCorps member to do risk prevention and education work beginning this fall have until Monday, July 16, to submit applications to the Oregon Department of Human Services, which administers the federal funds.July 10, 2007 midnight read more..
*Levens Street bridge project poorly planned *Fourth of July in MI great fun for new residents *Take care of your cats -- they have no rights*Appreciates story about courageous young woman *Why couldn't childrens' parade start on time?*Don't buy into trail opponents' false informationJuly 10, 2007 midnight read more..
Kid-Fit, a water fitness class designed for school-age children. begins Monday, July 16 at the Dallas Aquatic Center. The class meets Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 5:15 to 6 p.m., and the cost varies based on participation. The focus of the class is fun while building strength and endurance.July 10, 2007 midnight read more..
The flags and bunting and red, white and blue decorations have been carefully packed away for another year, and MI Town is knee deep in summer activities as well as responsibilities for home and family. There are lawns to be mowed and weeds to be pulled and vacations to be planned in this wonderful time of summer sunshine.July 10, 2007 midnight read more..
*Buena Vista Ferry temporarily closed*Monmouth police are recruiting reserves*Western Days goes smoothly *Monmouth City Council Agenda*Poker tournament is fund raiser*Veterans invited on festival float*Polk Farm Service nominations open*Yard sale benefits actice Guard troops*Watershed forum will feature native plants *Moonlight benefit set for Aug. 17*Local students earn academic honors *Children's agency needs book dollars*Airman is deployed to overseas task *Independence man wins writing award*Bluebird expert will speak to club *Swing lessons and concert set tonight*Activities due at local libraries *Gate will hold benefit barbecue*Child, 4, hurt in ATV incident*Hometown Lending now called eLife *Polk SWCD board meets on July 24 *CorrectionsJuly 10, 2007 midnight read more..
*4-H entry deadline for fair is July 13 *Four new teachers join Dallas district*Reading program activities set*Employee terms wrongly reported *Class reunions are scheduled*Noted photog speaks to group*Water bills will go up in Independence*Falls City board changes meeting days *Dallas police busy in May *Aquatic income shows growth *Reading roars on at library*Firefighters kept hopping*Vacation Bible School slated *Caregiver classes offered in Dallas *Driver's ed class due at Central *UO honors local student -- twiceJuly 2, 2007 midnight read more..