Jinett’s Clothing Closet is often bursting at the seams with clothes to give away to those in need.
Rivers are high, and Polk County is officially out of danger of a drought, but the National Weather Service does not expect rivers to break their banks soon.
Theda and John Tawney purchased the property at 240 SW Washington St. in Dallas in hopes of turning it into a sporting goods store after their son, Ian Tawney, returned from service overseas.
The final credits are rolling.
Facilities were front and center at the Polk County Fairgrounds & Event Center’s annual work session Saturday.
“Moo at the Moon.” That is the theme for the 2017 Polk County Fair, in honor of the Great American total solar eclipse the region will experience on Aug. 21, after the fair’s run.
The rain was pouring. On a wet and muddy battlefield, a wizard, a barbarian, monster and more charged at each other.
The new face of the Dallas Area Visitors Center’s programs and events isn’t someone new at all.
If you are a regular attendee to the Dallas Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual Community Awards, you will notice a few changes this year.
The Dallas Indoor Play Park at Dallas First Presbyterian Church rings with the sound of children playing.
Pacific Power says inclement weather to blame
Power bill higher than expected? You’re not alone.
Rev. George Furniss was 24 when he heard words that would inspire him to spend decades fighting for civil rights and social justice.
Still time to get a vaccination
Flu season is packing a wallop this year, but there’s still time to get your flu shot.
Community combines forces to help people in need
To afford an average two-bedroom apartment in Dallas, a person must have a job offering $14.36 per hour. In Oregon, 40 percent of jobs pay less than $15 per hour.
Hundreds gathered at the Monmouth Senior Center on Thursday for its open house and ribbon cutting, celebrating the 2,133-square-foot expansion project.