Organic Investments submits site design review to city of Independence
Organic Investments submitted a site design review to the City of Independence for 16,840-square feet of greenhouses for growing cannabis, and a 8,740 square-foot building for processing of cannabis and office use.
No charges brought against Polk deputy
A Polk County grand jury has unanimously cleared the Polk County deputy in the fatal officer-involved shooting in early July.
The Dallas School District has been designated as a “target district” after the Oregon Department of Education released its annual English Language Learners (ELL) report.
Lead testing at Perrydale School found one classroom faucet that needs further testing or repair due to high levels detected.
School district receives lead testing results on 64 fixtures
The maintenance crew at Falls City School District will be busy replacing a dozen faucets after lead testing results returned last week.
School Notes for Aug. 24
The Richard Woodcock Education Center is bustling with activity, but not from students — not yet.
While the American Red Cross sends more help to Louisiana — including deployments from Polk County — Sojourn International is doing what it can to aid the flood victims: donating shampoo.
Store offers shipping, copies, faxes, party supplies and personal mailboxes
Need shipping? Tablecloths for a family party? Decorations for that wedding or baby shower?
When Central Health and Wellness Center opened its doors last year, the goals were to provide medical, behavior health and dental services to Central School District students and the communities.
The Dallas City Council is considering implementing a registration program with to-be-determined fees for businesses in the city.
News in brief for Aug. 24
Police report for Aug. 24
City council approved $100,000 supplemental budget transfer
The city was hoping it would hold out for another year, but the old bridge on Monmouth Cutoff Road near Car Doctor in Dallas had other plans.
Local organizations, churches try to make ‘back to school’ a little easier for students
Sorry kids — it’s time. Your days of carefree summer fun are nearly over as Labor Day approaches.