*Dallas Tyco plant closing for good*Activities offered Dallas-area seniors *Meetings offered for Holy Week*Book Fair set at WV Hospital *Lighthouse farm slates egg hunt*Buell Grange's dinner is April 1*Schwab stores host tulip sale benefit *Hospital auxiliary candy sale is on *Evergreen hosts annual egg hunt *Christian school registration set*Former newscaster speaks in Dallas * Dance is April 13 *Nite Court eventsMarch 28, 2007 midnight read more..
It's springtime in MI Town, and not a moment too soon! Most of us are happy that Old Man Winter has packed his bags and moved to another hemisphere for the next several months. We can enjoy this season of new beginnings and look forward to the bountiful joys of living in this paradise we call the Willamette Valley.March 20, 2007 midnight read more..
Pacific Conference Superintendent William Vermillion was a March 8 dinner guest of Pastor Lonnie and Pam Burbank at the parsonage. Lonnie formerly attended classes taught by Vermillion at Western Evangelical Seminary and also at George Fox College.March 20, 2007 midnight read more..
*Health Fair is April 5 at TMS*Dallas library plans spring break events *Activities offered at Monmouth library*Auction raises funds for DHS grad party*Local groups share in DCF grant funds *Kalapuya program set for March 28*Testing scheduled home schoolers *Annual doll show and sale March 24*Church to host choir concert*New church will open in Monmouth *Driver education classes offered*Academic honorsMarch 20, 2007 midnight read more..
*Our music students are high achievers*Too much time on our hands?*Would gladly take that pesky computer*Thanks to good citizen for help *Talmadge's hard work pays off *Blue Dolphins event a success *Morrison kids are winners*Global warming can be beatenMarch 20, 2007 midnight read more..
*Dallaspre-school screening set for March 23*4-H promotion day is March 24 *Curiosity Auction donations sought*Old-Time Fiddlers set state convention* Family Fun Night set at Falls City*Arts Association memberships open *Kidsbook sale due in Monmouth*Relay team washes cars for cause *Conversation Club meets March 20 *Benefit luncheon set for March 22*Easter baskets will be made to order *Polk WSCD resets board meeting*Master Gardeners seek donations*Local pork rancher goes to assemblyMarch 13, 2007 midnight read more..
FALLS CITY -- Earlier this month two National Guardsmen, Sergeants First Class Shane Bonney and Jeff Timshel, brought some heavy equipment to Falls City High School to help five students from Art Houghtaling's social studies class take care of two trees.March 13, 2007 midnight read more..
*Beware of scam operators seeking money for schools*Stay involved and you'll feel better*Many helped FFA's scholarship event* PCCC praised for supporting museum*Computer user speaks his mind*Volunteers made difference at park*Ignoring our vote should be crimeMarch 13, 2007 midnight read more..
*M-I Community Awards are set for March 22*Barnes earns honors at Air Force Academy*Jane Mitchell retiring at WVH*Polk 4-H signup deadline April 2 *Raffle will help stricken student*More community activities start *Ugo's aids Relay for Life team *Monthly lessons, dances offered *Williams on duty*Local scholar*Wildlife talk* Debtor education*Red Cross day*Chorale concert*Blue Book online*Play auditions*BeckenRidge dances*Montessori school*CET applications*Choir to perform*Community dance*Boucher manages office*Polk SWCD meetingMarch 6, 2007 midnight read more..
*Some will make hay, but it won't be us*Perrydale parents appreciate support *March Madness is aptly named* *Some will make hay, but it won't be us*Local snowbirders enjoy gathering *Perrydale parents appreciate support *March Madness is aptly namedMarch 6, 2007 midnight read more..
The Christian Science MonitorMarch 6, 2007 midnight read more..
With the rain and wind making their presence known on these chilly March evenings, most of us are trying to decide whether to go to the nearest lumberyard for ark building supplies or just put another log on the fire and snuggle down in a comfy chair with a good book.March 6, 2007 midnight read more..
MONMOUTH/INDEPENDENCE -- Fifteen-year old Sam Thompson pored over a short written history of Holocaust survivor Alter Wiener inside Talmadge Middle School's auditorium, just a few moments before Wiener himself was set to speak.March 6, 2007 midnight read more..