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Jim Caufield

Jim Caufield
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ADEL -- Monday was the first working day for clerks in the office of the Dallas County Assessor in their new office space at 121 N. Ninth St. on the courthouse square. Contractors in June began an extensive remodeling of...
  DALLAS CENTER -- The Raccoon River Valley Trailhead in Dallas Center received a spiffy new set of public restrooms Tuesday morning, the end result of the city's yearlong fundraising campaign. The ADA-compliant facilities with all the trappings cost the city...
MINBURN -- Discussion at the July 31 special meeting of the Minburn City Council centered on options for beefing up the system for citywide fire protection and extending city water and sewer service to new houses planned on First...
Work crews from the Iowa Department of Transportation (DOT) slowed traffic on Iowa Highway 141 in Perry Friday in order to resurface a portion of the roadway where the Raccoon River Valley Trail crosses the four-lane bypass. The Perry work...
June was the hardest in a string of hard months for Octavio Medina, 52, of Perry. He had a stroke while he was in Chicago receiving cancer treatments and was moved into hospice care there, but he longed to...
The Dallas County Board of Supervisors awarded seven certificates of appreciation to county employees Tuesday in recognition of the milestones they have reached in length of service. County workers receiving certificates of recognition were: Curtis Crawford for 30 years with...
https://youtu.be/4ohWmINJXAA The 38th annual Adel Sweet Corn Festival parade started its procession at 9:30 a.m. Saturday under sunny skies and with mild temperatures, and crowds lined the Prairie Street route from S. 18th to S. 12th streets. Police and military honorees...
The Otley Cat restaurant and bar at 1223 Otley Ave. in downtown Perry -- long known as the Bally Hoo -- has been bought by one of its nearby neighbors, sources tell ThePerryNews.com. Yanira Del Rosario Sanchez, owner of the...
Mike Timmer has begun working at the Perry Fareway as assistant manager. A Vinton-Shellsburg High School graduate, Timmer comes to Perry from his most recent position at the fareway store in Adel. This is his sixth store during his 11...
The Perry City Council weighed its options Monday night before buying into a public-art design for the Raccoon River Valley Trail (RRVT) trailhead in Perry supplied by RDG Planning and Design Dahlquist Art Studio and based on the art...