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The marvels of modern science and technology were on display Thursday when 21 St. Patrick School students hosted the St. Patrick School Science Fair. St. Patrick Middle School science and math teacher Tony Cosentino and Middle School language arts teacher...
By Ray Harden I checked my phenology calendar to see what natural events should take place in March.   According to the calendar, the chicks of the great horned owls have hatched, red-tailed hawks are building their nests and cardinals are...
Conflict is inherent in human affairs. Or is it? We human beings do seem to butt heads a lot over things, generally speaking, and the notion of conflict is one common and convenient way we use to explain ourselves to ourselves,...
Jennifer Drinkwater, senior lecturer in the Iowa State University College of Design's department of integrated studio arts, led about a dozen fledgling steamroller artists from Perry in a hands-on demonstration Saturday of the art of woodcut carving and block...
Tari Mason, owner of the Perry Perk coffeehouse, said a caller claiming to be from Alliant Energy told her this afternoon that her electricity would be cut off in 20 minutes unless she called a certain number and paid...
Perry Water Works Superintendent Hank Schmidt issued the following public notice this morning: Effective immediately, a precautionary boil water notice (PBWN) is in effect for Perry Water Works customers residing in: The North Central portion of the City of Perry. The...
BOONE -- The three-member Boone County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Wednesday to recommend approving a construction permit for Eric and Emily Crosman, Ogden hog producers who are seeking to double the size of their livestock confinement or CAFO...
Beginning at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 26, North Street will be closed from Seventh Street to Eighth Street for the emergency repair of a broken water line. Seventh and Eighth streets will be open to normal through traffic. North Street is expected...