The Polk County Historical Society is working with Grand Ronde Tribal Elder Don Day to build a replica cedar plank house at the Polk County Museum in Rickreall.
Clients of Dallas Food Bank can now shop for items in their food boxes, thanks to a recently completed renovation.
The grand parade wowed participants on July 4 with festive floats and plenty of charm.
Since Americorps RARE volunteer Imani Hall started work as the manager for the Independence Downtown Association, seven new businesses have opened up.
Dallas resident Alex Lofton, family and friends restore and renew Tawney memorial sign
When Alex Lofton found out Sgt. Ian Tawney’s memorial park sign was vandalized, he wasn’t going to let it sit overnight without trying to fix it.
On Friday, Boy Scout Troop 38, food bank volunteers and a large family reunion joined forces to help the Ella Curran food bank relocate one storefront over from the space they were occupying, at 870 N. Main St. in Independence.
The Doaks Ferry Road realignment projects are on hold after geological testing showed landslides north of Highway 22 near the proposed route are moving.
Travelers should expect delays and watch for crews on Highway 99W at milepost 74.5 this week.
The Polk County Fire Defense Board in conjunction with the Oregon Department of Forestry has enacted a countywide burn ban for all of Polk County.
POLK COUNTY — A man suffered minor injuries outside of the Dallas city limits after an accident while trying to make hydrogen, Sheriff Mark Garton said.
DALLAS — Owners of a proposed event center on Polk Station Road just outside of Dallas are awaiting a Polk County Hearings Officer decision on an appeal of its conditional use permit.
Garus: Bond would be needed to address issues of all roads in Dallas
DALLAS — The Dallas Public Works Committee recommended four sections of streets for maintenance this summer, but may change what types of streets are prioritized for repair in future years.
Dallas author shares realities of raising ‘drug baby’
DALLAS — In the late ’70s, Petra Cole and her husband adopted two children: Jay and Sally.
MONMOUTH — In the hills just outside of Monmouth, Jon and Susan Brewster built their home with one thing in mind: astronomy.
Fireworks stands are open for business in Oregon, and state and local fire departments are urging people to keep their backyard and neighborhood displays safe and legal.