Her new job, director of curriculum and instruction, was a position the district eliminated in 2008 during budget cuts.
Huckestein has served as interim president since June 2014.
Best of Dallas honored during annual Community Awards Ceremony
Shellie Friesen-Berry thought she was being original when she asked her friend’s parents, Jim and Carolyn Wall, if they were “adopting.”
The Dallas School District may be able to double its money by the time it issues its second round of bonds from the $17 million maintenance bond approved in November.
During his 80 years in life, Carol Cable influenced his community more than even his children knew.
Astound Broadband is coming to Dallas and Monmouth.
The Grove Community Church is moving into the old Lenora’s Ghost location at 114 S. Main St. in downtown Independence.
If you are not careful, you don’t see them — tiny little twigs poking out of the mud left from a recent flood.
*Rose maintenance demonstration set*Local church slates fundraising event*Workshop to offer garden prep tips*Chili cooks sought for upcoming event
A Dallas woman was charged today (Wednesday) with first-degree animal neglect after an investigation by the Polk County Sheriff’s Office.
Superintendent to be named in March
The Dallas School Board is ready for the next step in the process of finding and hiring a new superintendent: interviews.
*Lent discussion series kicks off*Youth classes set at Extension office*Driver safety class slated for Saturday*Poultry swap meet due at fairgrounds*Relay for Life sets vendor fair benefit*Author will discuss Oregon during war*Free baby shower slated on Saturday*Gallery set to host reading on Sunday
For anyone interested in the art, Kovash will hold a beginning quilter’s class at the Pedee Women’s Club clubhouse in Pedee on Feb. 25 at 1 p.m. It is the first of a series of classes to be offered on the third Wednesday of the month at the clubhouse.
Polk County’s two largest school districts — excluding Salem-Keizer — saw increases in enrollment this year.
Seed lending program starts at Monmouth, is open to all
Whether you’re new at gardening or a regular green thumb, there’s one thing all planters need: seeds.