It's countdown time for students of all ages in MI Town as the end of the school year is now so close. These last few days before summer vacation seem to take forever, especially with the holiday weekend offering a glimpse of a wonderful season to come.May 29, 2007 midnight read more..
POLK COUNTY -- Congress approved an Iraq War spending bill last week that included a provision vital to Oregon - a one-year extension of a funding program for counties in Western states hurt by decreased logging on federal land.May 29, 2007 midnight read more..
*Local man earns ROTC honors *Dallas woman wastes no time*It's showtime at First Friday event *Baroque concert set for library*Drivers' ed offered through Dallas High *Spring dance set Friday at WOU*Auto swap meet set for June 3*Grange flea market and breakfast set *Children's musical is June 3 at EBCMay 29, 2007 midnight read more..
*Bridgeport's dinner/auction set for May 31*Reptile show is June 5 at Lyle *Dallas High class reunions slated *Falls City sets spring cleanup*4-H fund raisers due in Dallas*IHS all-class reunion slated*PCL art auction set for June 23 *Local graduatesMay 23, 2007 midnight read more..
*Sheriff challenged to nail truckers*Falls City kids believe in selves*Suggestions for immigration issue*Exchange students thank community*Many made food drive a success *Station worker makes her day *What's wrong with just living quietly? *About age-related eye degeneration*Government has its dunce cap on*Lost: item of great personal value*Wake up, suckers, and see the gameMay 23, 2007 midnight read more..
*Central band salutes Beatles*Historical program is about textiles*Dallas grads earn college honors*Summer day camp set for Dallas kids*Night of fun to showcase activities*County repaving work continues*Registration due for show animals*IHS all-class reunion slated *Lowery elected OFDA president*MI Chamber has new hours *DRV anniversary event is June 1*Postal Service exam dates set*Pentacle Theater slates auditions*Whisler benefit event planned*WV Hospice offers training *Amvets plan several events*Swing II dance lessons offered*Alpaca day set* Dance is FridayMay 15, 2007 midnight read more..
MONMOUTH-INDEPEDENCE -- An operating levy to keep Polk County Fire District No. 1's ambulance service afloat, passed by local voters more than two years ago, could drop by as much as 12 cents per $1,000 of assessed value in 2007-08.May 15, 2007 midnight read more..
POLK COUNTY -- Members of the Polk County Sheriff's Office are seeking people willing to have their heads shaved, to sponsor somebody else's head-shaving, or just donate money to help offset medical costs for a little girl in need.May 15, 2007 midnight read more..
*Why do police run cars at idle for hours on end?*Ted Kulongoski strikes again*Historic tannery will be missed *Feels paper not worth $2 a month *Highway 223 has become a disgrace *DOT not doing job on Mexican trucks*A back-door try to gut Measure 37 *Good Sams event full of fellowship *Candidate shares goals for district *Kathleen Stanley good for schools*Plude outstanding board candidateMay 8, 2007 midnight read more..
*Students will stretch legs for school commute*Seniors schedule trips to casino*Summerfest seeks sponsors, helpers*Local students win scholarships*Library hosts May 11 activity *Monmouth library schedules movie *Wellness fair, walk/run set*Nite Court runs through June 9*Rummage sale is for baseball team*Sen. Smith's staff to visit Dallas*Bethel tasting set May 26-28*Sound Jubilee concert slated *Country dance at Guthrie Park *Ham radio club meets on May 10 *FFA events set in Willamina*ODOT site adds public transit info*Tax payment segment due*Field trips for birders offered *WOU art exhibit *Musical worshipset *Family reunion due *Edward Jones gets No. 1 ranking*CET has openings *Upcoming blood drivesMay 8, 2007 midnight read more..
Shannin and Leigh Anne MacCarthy beat the top team from St. Mary's.May 2, 2007 midnight read more..
*Dallas summer concert series schedule set*Dallas to host big car show*New subdivision proposed for city*Perrydale invites seniors to event*Museum will host folk tale program*School's action set for Friday*Independence finalist for national award *Mid Valley Rehad offers shredding*Lodge available for group rentals *Auction/dinner funds student trip *Joggers winners at fund raising*Letter carriers help food drive*CCC president finalists to speak*Senior center plans more trips *North county gets road work*Mother's Day lunch offered*Two plant sales are coming up*PCCCF grant deadline due*Fellowship group meets for fun*Blood drives setMay 1, 2007 midnight read more..
Debates last week centered on HB 3535, which would have dedicated 1 percent of the state's general fund to increase Oregon State Trooper numbers in the future. Coupled with a promised but unfunded increase this session, it would have started the recovery of the state police.May 1, 2007 midnight read more..