Weekend of wine, art, music
In late March, John Glass found a cougar cub on his back porch. A couple nights later, a man stopped by to let him know an adult was spotted in front of his driveway in the 2000 block of East Ellendale Avenue.
Josh Brandt, manager for Brandt’s Sanitary Service, said he has spent a lot of time learning about recycling in the last few months.
The farmers markets in Independence return on Saturday, rain or shine.
The Monmouth City Council approved in first reading a new beekeeping ordinance which would limit how many hives residents may keep and what residents do with the resulting honey.
An electrical fire followed by a hairline crack in a regulator is the culprit for about 1.3 million gallons of partially treated wastewater released to the Willamette River by the city of Monmouth.
John Rodriguez, head chef at the Gym Bar and Grill, has tossed down the gauntlet — the chili gauntlet.
Matt Hawkins walks around the historic Polk County Courthouse. He touches the limestone walls and a piece of it falls into his hand.
In 1989, a young boy who discovered his dad in cardiac arrest in the bathtub grabbed the plunger, put it on his dad’s chest and began a sort-of CPR.
Central High School will see a new face at the helm in September.