February 29, 2012
Patty Taylor Dutcher
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We bid a fond farewell to 2015 under a bright and starry sky, with hopes that this New Year will bring good things to everyone.
The main streets of MI Town are all aglow with bright and festive decorations, and the lights from the beautiful Sequoia tree on the Western Oregon University campus can be seen from Highway 99W as travelers from near and far arrive to celebrate the Christmas season.
Polk County Women for Agriculture is sponsoring a Constitutional Essay Contest.
There’s nothing more fun to celebrate the beginning of a new school year than a football game right here in MI Town!
After a summer of sunshine, vacations and good times, school began yesterday for all of MI Town’s younger residents.
It was wonderful to see so many people at the Polk County Fair two weeks ago – and there was indeed something for everyone to enjoy.
Be sure to mark your calendars for Aug. 6 through 8 for the upcoming Polk County Fair.
This summer has brought about its own special challenges.
It’s midsummer in MI Town and we celebrate those cool and breezy early mornings by getting as much accomplished as possible before the afternoon sun is upon us.
Springtime in MI Town is proof to all of us that Mother Nature has many tricks up her proverbial sleeve.
It’s a great day for laughter and just good, plain fun.
If you have questions or concerns regarding vaccinations, call 211 for more information.
The WOU Wolves return to McArthur Stadium on Saturday for the second home football game of the season.
We’ve bid adieu to a wonderful and busy summer in MI Town, and now it’s time to think in terms of all things autumn.
Labor Day weekend is just a few days from now, and is generally thought of as the end of the summer season.
Thursday we welcome a brand new month, with the question being: Will March arrive like a lion or a lamb?