West Valley Taphouse was in clean-up mode Friday night after the business’ front window was smashed during a late-night fight involving a group of people.
Denise Allen decided it was time for a change.
The Falls City City Council approved the first step of opening the city’s Historic Landmark Commission to people who are not residents, but only if they have expertise in historic preservation.
The city of Dallas’ new Public Works Director Frank Anderson capped his first day on the job meeting the Dallas City Council at its meeting Monday night.
Ancient art sparks creativity, storytelling, learning at Kings Valley Charter School
Colin Linford didn’t know he was making a lounging spot for a guinea pig when the first-grader began his pint-sized weaving project on Thursday.
Of people who do not finish high school, 80 percent say that they didn’t see how the skills they were learning in school would help them after graduation.
Marty Silbernagel started his first job with Polk County at the age of 22. On June 30, nearly 30 years later, the Community Corrections director will retire.
It’s the kind of call medic crews long for, but rarely get to respond to — an opportunity to help bring life into the world instead of fighting to save it.
Board becomes co-applicant for grant to help local farmer
Polk County will be a co-applicant on a grant submission to the Oregon Water Resources Department that leaders hope could provide an innovative solution to farming on land difficult to irrigate.
Falls City struggles to find way to repair roads damaged from storms
This year’s harsh winter has been especially tough on paved streets in Falls City.