A juvenile who threatened to “shoot up” a Dallas school on Oct. 18, causing a lockdown, had no intentions of following through on that threat, police said.
Population growth has prompted a zoning change in Monmouth.
Public Agenda is a listing of upcoming meetings for governmental and nongovernmental agencies in Polk County.
School notes for Oct. 25
Thankfully August’s total solar eclipse didn’t bring us anything like Audrey II.
Property tax bills are in the mail, or should be soon, and many owners will see a reduction in their taxes for 2017-18, said Polk County Assessor Doug Schmidt.
A murderer hides among Dallas’ colorful cast of characters.
Warning: Organizers of “Welcome to the Movies,” a haunted house at 877 Main St., Dallas, ask all who enter to sign a waiver.
The Oregon Office of Rural Health has recognized Salem Health West Valley hospital as the top performing Critical Access Hospital for the second year in a row.
The angst and pain that comes from growing up — for both teenagers and their parents — is perhaps the biggest story told in “The Addams Family: the Musical.”
Leaves are falling, so that means Dallas’ two fall leaf collections weekends are coming up.
News in brief for Oct. 25
Police locate juvenile suspect outside Dallas
A juvenile who threatened to “shoot up” a Dallas school today, causing a lockdown, had no intentions of following through on that threat, police said.
In Polk County, about one out of every 12 high school juniors say they have attempted suicide.
Summerfest, the peak of summer events in Dallas, is undergoing a renovation.