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Jim Caufield

Jim Caufield
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Taxes and transparency were the topics repeatedly hammered on by candidates challenging Dallas Center's incumbent mayor and city councilors at Thursday night's public forum held in the Dallas Center Memorial Hall. The standing-room-only crowd of about 100 people submitted written...
ADEL — Josie Bousman, 20, of Perry, who faces charges of kidnapping and child endangerment resulting in death in the May starvation death of Sabrina Ray of Perry, "has agreed to testify for the state," according to an Oct. 13 court...
A man was taken into custody by the Perry Police Department Friday night after his vehicle collided with another about 7:15 p.m. on Iowa Highway 141 in front of Shopko in Perry. An officer of the Perry Police Department was...
Potatoes that burned when the cook dozed off caused heavy smoke to fill the halls of the apartment house at 1624 Estella St. Thursday about 6:15 p.m. The report of smoke brought the Perry Volunteer Fire Department to the scene,...
Dan Gable brought his true stories of challenge and triumph to the Perry Performing Arts Center Thursday afternoon when he spoke to about 600 Perry High School students. Gable told the Perry students that in 1964, when he was about...
  Thanks to nine months of steady work by a trio of activists, Dallas County residents will have the chance Nov. 7 to vote themselves a 1 percent local option sales tax (LOST). Supporters of the tax claim it gives...
Thanks to a large donation of fleece, the Woodward Public Library has started a blanket-making group called Crafts for a Cause. Andrea Boilesen of Webster City, owner of Andy's Annex Arts and Crafts Store and a prolific maker of fleece blankets sold...
The Greene County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Monday to withdraw from the four-county Heart of Iowa Community Services region, which provides mental health and intellectual disability services. Greene County's departure becomes effective June 30, 2018, and will leave Audubon,...
The New Hope Village Bargain Shoppe will soon vacate its store at 1010 26th St. in the East Perry Plaza for new and larger quarters in the Iowa Highway 144 corridor when it moves to the former site of...
New Opportunities -- known officially as the New Opportunities Dallas County Family Development Center -- will soon leave the space it has leased for a decade at Crossroads Church north of Perry and relocate to a commercial storefront on...