This is just a bunch of “knuknfutz.”
Monmouth’s Fancey takes on projects to improve quality of living for all
City staff in Monmouth often put in extra time to make things go smoothly for residents, businesses and contractors.
JD Shinn’s first weeks on the job as the Dallas Area Chamber of Commerce’s chief executive officer has him talking to a lot of people.
Walter Manley, 10, dared Polk County Sheriff’s Deputy Josh Brooks to wear a bright red “ugly Christmas sweater” with cats in Santa hats on it for the rest of the day Saturday.
Friday’s annual event biggest fundraiser for the Y in the Marion-Polk area
The 17th annual YMCA Christmas Party and Auction will be a festive event, full of food, music, dance performances, and chances to support the Monmouth-Independence Y while scoring Christmas gifts.
What was supposed to be a one weekend event selling Christmas décor and gift items at the Dallas Event Center has turned into a month-long venture for organizers Kim and Mark Brehm.
Editorial for Nov. 30
A local Christmas tradition for generations, the Rickreall Christmas Pageant’s 75-year run is over.
Traci Weston is feeling a little overwhelmed — but for a good reason.
Terry Ungricht’s routine begins with arriving at city hall in Falls City at 6 a.m.
Two organizations serving those in need this Christmas — Dallas Christmas Cheer and Dallas Adopt-a-Family — are gearing up to spread some holiday joy and they need your help.
Monmouth Independence Networks has fixed the problem it had with slowing services, said PJ Armstrong, tech director.
University works to gather perspectives from on, off campus for new strategic plan
When Rex Fuller was first hired as Western Oregon University’s president in April 2015, he anticipated having conversations with the campus community and residents of the surrounding area.
Council approves development deal at Nov. 8 meeting
For Independence, a 20-year dream is on the cusp of realization.
Jean Love announced her resignation as the executive director of the Monmouth-Independence Chamber of Commerce on Friday. She will remain in the position until Dec. 30.