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A preview guide to Dallas' Krazy Dayz July 23-25

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INDEPENDENCE — For Dawn Hedrick-Roden, who won her seat on the Independence City Council in the last election by only two ballots, the razor-thin margin wasn’t simply a slim victory. To her, it meant she hadn’t made a strong enough impression on voters.

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DALLAS  -- Due to severe drought conditions, including lower than average precipitation and higher than average temperatures, the city of Dallas is entering into stage one drought conditions.

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DALLAS — The Dallas School Board honored Michael Blanchard and Dave Hunt, who retired from the board after 16 years and four years of service, respectively, at its June 28 meeting.

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INDEPENDENCE — As coronavirus restrictions lifted, sending the city into more widespread preparation for the return of summer events, it seemed appropriate to address several unexplained observations that citizens noticed in the pandemic.

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DALLAS – Five adopted children of Tinitale and April Makalea have filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against their parents, the Department of Human Services and individual employees of DHS on June 16.

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Editor’s Note: Public Agenda is a listing of upcoming meetings for governmental and nongovernmental agencies in Polk County. To submit a meeting, send it at least two weeks before the actual meeting date to Itemizer-Observer via email (ionews@polkio.com).