*Second closed for railroad repairs*Polk Fire board hires new chief*Jobs, unemployment rate up slightly*Bomb squad responds to Grand Ronde*Extreme fire danger not letting up
*Rogue Farms begins hop harvest*Federal disaster loans available*Driver may have been impaired*MPD cracks down on traffic laws*Second Street closed for railroad repairs*Salem man arrested on sex abuse*Willamina couple survives crash*Salem woman charged for theft*Salem man faces manslaughter
*Independence PD to crack down on DUIIs*Siletz donates to school supplies
*Transmission line break causes outrage*Additional staff added district attorney's office*Transit changes will affect West Salem riders*Indy's drinking water gets OK
BPA increases wholesale rates*BLM extends comment period*Polk County to begin chip seals*Salvation Army gets foundation grant*Dallas VFW honored nationwide*American Pickers to come to Oregon
*Winners named of annual art show*Blue Garden receives façade grant*Dallas officers graduate from academy*Fort Yamhill holding history demo*Dallas considers change to code*OBO names Grand Ronde director
*County taking sheriff applications*Pentacle names new exec director*Dallas police arrest two after warrant*Library to show 'To Kill a Mockingbird'*Library art wall to feature local photographer Mittag*Dallas Police officers look into report of dog attack
*Dallas street resurfacing projects begin Monday*The Boondocks to hold 'first Wednesday' art workshops*Ash Creek Arts Center receives grant from PC coalition*United Way awards grants to Polk organizations*Dallas police receive grant for vehicle, body cameras
It's not too late to support Kings Valley Charter School through its TNT Fireworks fundraiser.
*Wagner hosts summer program*FCR call center to open soon*Dallas' Water report ready*New app to pay for vehicle charges*MINET seeks committee members*Dallas city, URA budgets adopted*Dallas to see water, sewer increase*CRB has Polk member opening*Independence awards good neighbors
*Museum to host authors of books*Merkley to hold town all Saturday*Man charged with illegal hunting*No suspect in purse snatching*Broken power pole causes outage
*Eola Drive to be closed for upgrade*Monmouth PD looking for reserves
*Polk No. 1 tries again to find new chief*Photo contest to highlight Indy history*New prop to help train firefighters*Food donations matched until June 12*Class to help caregivers deal with dementia*United Way seeks volunteers for 2015 Loaned Executive Program
*Committee approves city budgets*Dallas holding department expo*Wyden to host town hall at Nesmith Readiness Center*Wingdingers RC Club host annual youth fun fly this Saturday
*Call before you dig this spring*Statewide traffic 'blitz' coming*Court St. sidewalk repair underway.