It takes a village, or so the saying goes.
Thursday morning Richard Faber uttered a phrase that people should get used to hearing from him: “Make sure you put your seat belt on.”
Stephen Miller, of Dallas, and his family won an Oregon College Saving Plan account after participating in Dallas Public Library’s summer reading program.
Free meal is open to everyone
A Thanksgiving tradition for more than 25 years, the annual Thanksgiving Community Potluck in Falls City takes place on Saturday.
Monmouth, Indy businesses compete for Golden Can
In a sort of sibling rivalry for the best of reasons, Monmouth and Independence police departments are in a heated — albeit friendly — competition to see who can gather the most donations to the Ella Curran Food Bank.
Police report for Nov. 15
Old Mill Feed & Garden, 1313 Main St., Dallas, will host Pet Photos with Santa and a holiday pet fair Saturday.
Members Dallas High School’s Interact Club learned this week the impact of a decision it made two years ago.
Terry Ungricht, the mayor and city manager of Falls City, resigned his mayoral responsibilities on Thursday.
Polk County Public Health officials confirmed a case pertussis or whooping cough was at Dallas High School on Thursday.
Saturday’s Dallas Make-a-thon was about more than building prototypes.
“Radium Girls” takes the audience on a historic journey ripe with facts, sprinkled with humor and warmth, recounting the story about women who worked for the U.S. Radium Corporation.
The Dallas School Board looked toward the future when it decided how to structure its 2014 bond payoff schedule before selling the remainder of its $17 million maintenance bond.
The Dallas Area Visitors Center is planning to spice up its events for 2018, and that effort is beginning with role changes.
Parents notified on Thursday
Polk County Public Health has confirmed a case of pertussis (whooping cough) at Dallas High School.