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Grading is complete on the rerouted portion of the Raccoon River Valley Trail north of the Tyson Fresh Meats plant in Perry, and paving is expected to begin this week. "From what I understand," Sven Peterson, Perry city administrator, told...
Progress has stopped on the Perry Police Department's sally port due to the discovery of contaminated soil on the construction site. Perry City Administrator Sven Peterson told the Perry City Council at Monday's meeting about the "unforeseen issue with previous...
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds visited the Jonbar Ranch in southeast Dallas County Thursday afternoon in order to draw attention to the One Percent Challenge, a statewide program encouraging farmers to work toward a 1 percent increase in soil organic...
In a surprising reversal of longstanding policy, the Dallas County Board of Supervisors not only voted in February to join the North Raccoon River Watershed Management Coalition, but Supervisor Mark Hanson got himself elected the first chairperson of the coalition...
The Panora Conservation Chapter of the Izaak Walton League of America (IWLA) received its official charter in ceremonies Saturday at the Hotel Pattee in Perry. IWLA Iowa Division President Jack Johnson presented the charter to Steve Roe, president of the...
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources(DNR) is investigating a fish kill in Lake Panorama after witnesses reported seeing "hundreds" of dead fish during the last days of July near the Sunset Beach area of the popular lakeside community. Steve Roe,...
Many well wishers -- from city staffers and chamber members to family and friends -- made their way to the shelter house in Wiese Park at midday Friday to help celebrate the six years of Bob Wilson's leadership of...
Perry entrepreneurs Alice Miskimins and Nancy Tice-Graney started celebrating the 20-year success story of Alice's Haus Dresin Ltd. at noon on Friday and will carry on the party until Saturday. Food and drink are free for visitors, and sale prices apply...
The Perry City Council, divided in its opinions about the propriety of stop signs on 16th and 18th streets, will again take up the issue at its Monday meeting, but this time their discussion will be informed by data...
When Chris Watson and David Knight paused for a pint in Perry last summer during their 3,200-mile, 46-day bicycle ride across the continental U.S., they had just come from the Greene County town of Jefferson, where they met Mike "Banana...