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Editor’s note: This is the first in a two-part series exploring the Dallas School District’s field turf and track replacement projects.

Falls City seeks budget members; Dallas awards Whitworth contractor; Lyle gym to be dedicated to Jim Dent; Dallas student's team takes first at surveying

The Dallas School Board looked toward the future when it decided how to structure its 2014 bond payoff schedule before selling the remainder of its $17 million maintenance bond.

The Dallas High School track appears to be holding up better than some surfaces and worse than others according to results of “force reduction” tests on other tracks in Oregon.

The Dallas School Board approved a contract for architectural work on a master plan to improve drainage and facilities at the Dallas High School football stadium complex.

Preliminary lead testing results in Dallas schools have found levels in some fixtures that exceed the Environmental Protection Agency’s “action” threshold of 20 parts per billion.