City of Independence gets three request for qualifications with visions for site
Three developers have submitted requests for qualifications, vying for the chance to work on and purchase the old Valley Concrete site in Independence.
Central School District launched its new website on Nov. 17, and it’s easier to navigate and manage, said Superintendent Buzz Brazeau.
The city of Dallas is looking for a new owner for the long-vacant former Carnegie Library building in downtown Dallas.
Two maple trees that adorned the entrance of Falls City High School for at least a century were taken down earlier this month after they were determined to be a safety hazard.
*Perrydale Senior Tea slated for Tuesday*Donate to help KVCS garden grow*KVCS is seeking teacher's aide*MCVA seeks donations for auction*KVCS' Kings Crossing opening Saturday*Indy student earns scholarhip
Central High School will be the location of an active shooter drill on Tuesday.
School board clears the air on whether or not staff can carry
The Dallas School District is set to make a minor change to it policy regarding allowing staff to bring concealed weapons to work, but plenty of research, discussion and thought got it there
Just a concept until last week, the building Luckiamute Valley Charter School board members and administrators have dreamed of for years has begun to take shape.
Their words and deeds will stay with me for a very long time.
Nut harvest, handling and storage important
Hazelnut, walnut or chestnut trees in your home orchard can keep you in nuts for months if you know the best ways to harvest, handle and store them.
A Willamina man is accused of stealing a television, a pickup, a bicycle, a 1976 Chevy Corvette, a Ford F250 pickup, and a Dodge Ram pickup, all in the same day.
*WOU host MICC November mixer*Illustrator is library artist of the month*'Gratitude' them for DAS music jam*'Suds and Science' talk on tap at 'Dog'*WOU pantry holds food drive*FEFC hosts Friday bluegrass jam*Pet photos with Santa Saturday*Naomi to serve lunch on Friday*Falls City to host Thanksgiving meal*Trinity o host annual free dinner
Partnership with Central shows positive results for students eating lunches
The first year of the Dallas School District’s new food service program may not have been a “success” in the profit and loss column, but officials believe it is headed in the right direction.
Independence Police Chief Bob Mason announced a new community police academy, which will start in February 2016.
*Motor home fire results in death*Polk Extension to hold sewing classes*Boondocks to hold weekly workshop*Dallas approves change on 4-acre parcel*Corps of Engineers to host workshop*Nonprofit Share Tank hits Salem Friday*WVH volunteer services fundraiser on tap