Tom Kunke Art Studio and Gallery in Dallas is opening a new exhibit Friday featuring award-winning artist Nancy Eng.
These Polk County groups would welcome individuals who have time or expertise to volunteer. Organizations that would like to be added to this list should call 503-623-2373 or email IOnews@polkio.com.
Jiricek, Walton recognized for years of Extension service
OSUEA Cooperator Awards were presented to John Jiricek and John Walton, both of Polk County.
Hoffman’s ‘Fault Lines’ has ‘something for everyone’
James Hoffman, a former Dallas resident and graduate of DHS, has turned life’s “interruptions” — good and bad — into a second indie-folk album.
Dues shift to reflect household income
The Monmouth-Independence YMCA began the year with changes to its membership program.
New restaurant offers fresh Mexican cuisine, authentic taco stand
Miguel Garcia always dreamt of owning his own restaurant.
If you visit the city of Dallas’ website on Friday, you will be greeted with a different looking site.
If you see Greg Ellis pounding the pavement around Dallas, he’s on a mission to improve the local economy.
Rev. Fred W. Heard has been appointed new vicar and his first Sunday at the church will Jan. 17.
St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Dallas has named its new vicar.
*Relief printmaking at Ash Creek class*Free tech courses at United Methodist*Pedee club member to speak at potluck*Pentacle presents 'Mary Poppins'*PCLA host Jan. 16 annual meeting*Painting part at Arena Sports Bar*Old-time squares at Guthrie Park*State of the Cities slated for Jan. 13*Dallas Library shows 'Minions'*Indy library to host ancestry workshop*Yoga studio hosts community event
The eight organizations share Salem Health’s commitment to improve the health and well-being of the communities it serves.
‘Anything you think about that can be drawn in a computer can be printed’
What started out as a way to find a more suitable urn for Nicholas Indra’s 8-year-old son Daniel has turned into a full-time 3-D printing business.
The fair is looking for another gem for the 2016 fair, scheduled for Aug. 11-13.
If successful, legislation could provide full-time law enforcement, code enforcement to Falls City in a long time
A police officer for every town?
*Lions club to serve free breakfast*Explore proactive aging*Humane Society to offer pet specials*Master Gardener class begins Jan. 6*Flea market at Grange on Sunday*Learn to use your e-reader at library*Arts center to display paintings*Christmas tree recycling Sunday*Rogue Farms hosts New Year's sale