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Jim Caufield

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Jaimee Lynn Small, 40, of Van Meter was issued a citation for unsafe passing Thursday after she swerved to avoid a truck that slowed on R Avenue and ran head-on into a Dallas County Deputy Sheriff's patrol car. Dallas County...
https://youtu.be/eR0EhNabewM A seat for Sabrina was placed in Wiese Park Monday afternoon next to the tree recently planted in honor of the 16-year-old Perry girl who died in May in a shocking case of extreme child abuse. Heather Ketelsen and Cynde...
With the new section of North Street between 16th and 18th streets soon to open, the Perry City Council stated its desire at last Monday's meeting to keep the north-south thoroughfares of 16th and 18th free of stops signs...
https://youtu.be/YeWoBVHBSvg The Humane Society of Perry and Panora PETS joined forces Saturday night at the Perry Elks Lodge for a fundraiser for their four-legged fosters. Humane Society of Perry volunteers and Perry Elks Lodge members Amber Green and Shawna Trogden came...
David and Katherine Braunlich traveled to Perry Saturday from their home in Omaha for a one-day visit. They last passed through Perry in August 2015, and they shared their story then with ThePerryNews.com. This time they were not alone, having...
Law enforcement communications in Perry and Dallas County were dominated Saturday night by numerous callers reporting fireworks being used in violation of city and state ordinances. According to the new state law, fireworks sales out of permanent structures started June...
Volunteers at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Perry served charcoal-grilled burgers and brats Saturday in support of the Lutheran Layman’s League booth at the Iowa State Fair. According to its website, the International Lutheran Laymen's League is "a global movement...
They say an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure -- and maybe more than a pound if the American Health Care Act of 2017 passes and forces 38 percent of non-elderly adult Iowans off of Medicaid,...
Crossroads Church in Perry offered some non-denominational Bible-based fun for the young Saturday morning. Bible stories and Bible-themed games and crafts were on offer, with free food. Adult supervisors and parents were on hand for the fun. A relay race for...
https://youtu.be/EalS0j93Fd8 The sixth annual Washington Township School tractor ride rolled south on County Road P58 a little after 9 a.m. Saturday on its annual tour of Dallas County. Kathy Book of Minburn, who with her husband, Dave, helps organize the annual...