Water sales contract between the city of Falls City and Luckiamute Domestic Water Cooperative (LDWC) ruled invalid.
Independence City Council rejects extension on deal to sell former city hall
If the buyer, Jewels Cresser, does not agree to a lease until terms can be figured out, she and her 42 vendors at the Family Treasures Marketplace will be asked to vacate the building.
The sheriff’s office cold case team has reopened the case, which began Sept. 1, 1996, when the skeletal remains were found in the hills overlooking Mill Creek.
The city of Dallas is putting together a strategic plan for park development over the next 20 years — and it wants your feedback.
Residents and the city have teamed up on a plan to refurbish the stairs climbing the hill from Third Street to Prospect Street.
Pedestrians and bicyclists rejoice. The sidewalk and bike lane along Talmadge Road is complete.
They all want to know: What’s your story, Independence?
Independence development activity gaining steam
Building activity in Independence is reminding Mike Danko of the mid-2000s.
Proper sidewalks and curbs will replace the asphalt trail now lining one side of the highway.
“You have fallen between and through the cracks,” Avera said. “I have no doubt that you were the one who fired the gun. … You are responsible morally, if not legally, for the death of the elk. I hope you are holding yourself accountable,” said Judge Sally Avera.
Hiring librarian among priorities
The city of Falls City and Falls City School District finalized an agreement Aug. 19 to operate the Wagner Community Library.
The inspection at Healing Green was considered a success.
Problems include noise, littering, guns
With no code enforcement officer in Falls City and staffing shortages at the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, addressing issues has been difficult.
The 4-H equestrian gaming events were cancelled on the morning they were scheduled on Aug. 19.
Mark Johnson brings ‘bookish attitude’ to Dallas position
Johnson is taking some time settling in before diving into a series of changes meant to modernize the library and make it more “user friendly.”