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Jim Caufield

Jim Caufield
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The Dallas County Hospital has begun providing a new service in its recently refurbished second-floor atrium with the opening of Senior Life Solutions, which offers mental health services  to adults over the age of 65 who are struggling with...
FONTANELLE -- As many as 7,500 gallons of milk entered the Middle Nodaway River Sunday when a tanker hauling milk east of Fontanelle wrecked Sunday evening. According to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR), which investigated the accident, Wisconsin-based...
A two-vehicle collision on U.S. Highway 169 near 340th Street in Boone County Sunday afternoon slowed weekend traffic on the busy road as emergency personnel responded to the incident. The cause of the incident and extent of injuries, if any,...
Medical bankruptcy is the most common way to go broke in America today, but it was not always the case that healthcare cost you your life. Janet Llerandi of St. Paul, Minn., just stumbled across proof of our affordable past. "I...
PANORA -- A Grimes man died Saturday after drowning in Lake Panorama. Ashton Maier, 19, was resuscitated by medics at the lake about 10 a.m. Saturday after a kayaking accident, according to law enforcement officials. He later succumbed to his...
When some 2,500 registered bicyclists and an unknown number of unregistered bicyclists fill their bellies with swine flesh and then fill the Raccoon River Valley Trail with bicyclist flesh, it stands to reason that a certain measure of trash...
A tree for Sabrina Ray was planted Saturday afternoon in Wiese Park by a small group of mourners of the 16-year-old girl from Perry who died last month of severe malnutrition. Amanda Howard, Brian West and Heather Watson organized the...
Perry became a porcine paradise for a couple of hours Saturday as an annual bacon-themed bike ride passed through town. The Bacoon Ride -- a mix of raccoon and bacon -- is sponsored by the Iowa Bacon Board and the...
The rains held off just long enough Friday for the classic rock echoes of local favorites Rukkus to fade at this year's Friday Fest, sponsored by the Perry Chamber of Commerce, the Raccoon Valley Bank and the Dallas County...
Starting Thursday, July 6, the Perry Farmers Market will leave its longtime location at the Perry Marketplace for a new spot at the Josh Davis Memorial Plaza on Second Street in downtown Perry. The stalls at the Perry Marketplace, which...