Public Agenda for May 24
Dallas’ Administration Committee recommended a 10 percent rate increase at the Dallas Aquatic Center.
Public Agenda for May 17
Saturday is the annual Independence-Monmouth Cleanup and Beautification Day.
The Oregon State University College of Business has partnered with the Dallas Downtown Association to bring Wine Down Downtown Dallas on Sunday from 2 to 6 p.m.
Watched “Jurassic Park” lately — the original? Remember how chillingly real the dinosaurs appeared?
Four Dallas industrial sites off Monmouth Cutoff Road have returned to the auction block with prices significantly reduced from a previous sale.
Thousands of plants, including 3,500 tomato starts, will line the tables of the 27th annual Polk County Master Gardeners sale on Mother’s Day weekend.
Ryan Kingsella announced his resignation as the executive director of the Monmouth-Independence Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday.
Tucked away in the blossoming neighborhood known as Edwards Addition lies an urban farm, an agrihood.
When David Radke first looked at the property at 246 S. Main St. in Falls City, he saw something most people wouldn’t: A bed and breakfast.
It’s time to get that ballot in.
While the building repairs in Polk County’s proposed 10-year, $10 million bond won’t be as visible as, say, road maintenance, county official say they are no less critical.
The Dallas City Golf Club is two steps closer to being part of the city of Dallas’ urban growth boundary.
The Dallas Eclipse Task Force will meet Monday at Pressed Coffee & Wine Bar.