POLK COUNTY – A large barn on Clow Corner Road ignited Thursday night, resulting in property loss and road closures.
The council held a public hearing, reviewed and approved for adoption the revised sign code with a minor change. The final step is to vote on an ordinance adopting the new code and a resolution establishing sign permit fees.
Water sales contract between the city of Falls City and Luckiamute Domestic Water Cooperative (LDWC) ruled invalid.
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Yeager extending national kickoff return record
FALLS CITY — Tristan Yeager has spent his high school career terrorizing opposing defenses. Now, in his senior year, Yeager is looking to continue his reign.
The city of Monmouth was named the No. 10 safest city in the state of Oregon by Safe Choice Security, a security firm.
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Polk County Administrator Greg Hansen received a glowing annual performance evaluation.
AJ Foscoli joins SEDCOR business retention and expansion team to help businesses in Polk and Yamhill counties.
Big freshmen groups create enrollment surge at Dallas, Central
Dallas High School staff had to go on a last-minute furniture hunt before school started to find enough desks for about 60 unexpected students in the first weeks of school.
Council OKs grant application for new facility in downtown
The Dallas City Council on Monday authorized applying for an Oregon Business Development Department Community Development Block Grant to pay for a new center at 950 SW Church St., near the old Carnegie Library.
The recap meeting provides an easy way for fair attendees to offer feedback on what worked, what didn’t and what they felt was missing at the 2014 fair, held Aug. 7-10.
Independence City Council rejects extension on deal to sell former city hall
If the buyer, Jewels Cresser, does not agree to a lease until terms can be figured out, she and her 42 vendors at the Family Treasures Marketplace will be asked to vacate the building.
The sheriff’s office cold case team has reopened the case, which began Sept. 1, 1996, when the skeletal remains were found in the hills overlooking Mill Creek.