DALLAS – Mayor Brian Dalton left the Dallas City Council with his thoughts on what it should consider planning for in 2020 in his “state of the city” address.
INDEPENDENCE — The Independence City Council is scheduled on Jan. 14 to make a decision on an appeal to a planning commission approval on the next phases of the Brandy Meadows development.
DALLAS – A man remains hospitalized and Dallas Police are searching for a suspect following a hit-and-run accident that resulted in serious injuries to a pedestrian.
DALLAS — The Dallas City Council will consider a resolution that will forgo a planned sewer rate increase, but raise the storm water rates for customers in the city.
DALLAS — A part-time teacher who has been a frequent substitute at Dallas High School believes photos of her body building progress on her Instagram account resulted in her being excluded from teaching at the school.
MONMOUTH — Like children all around world, a group of students at Monmouth Elementary School took time out last week to write letters to Santa.Martina Rincon-Ochoa’s third-grade class sang along to Christmas songs as they wrote out their requests for the big man.It’s worth noting that the “B…
DALLAS — The Itemizer-Observer must have been on the nice list this year because Santa Claus — yes, The Head Elf — took time out from his busy season to chat with us for our Christmas edition. Mrs. Claus joined the conversation, too — to keep Mr. Claus on track, of course.
DALLAS — A Polk County business development grant will pay for 30 students to get work experience — and a small paycheck — at local businesses through a new internship program.
FALLS CITY — The winner of the Elf-themed holiday party belching contest at Falls City High School Thursday was Royal Hale. And it wasn’t even close.
DALLAS — Salem Health Hospitals and clinics announced visitor restrictions at Salem Hospital and West Valley Hospital in Dallas. These visitor restrictions are meant to help keep the community safe as flu cases continue to rise.
MONMOUTH — Monmouth City Councilors at their Dec. 3 meeting expressed concern about proposed code changes related to trespass, exclusion and park hours.
FALLS CITY — The Falls City City Council voted 3 to 1 to affirm city manager Mac Corthell’s decision to dismiss former city clerk JoHanna Birr following a public appeal on Dec. 10.
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