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With the rain holding off and the temperatures hovering near 50 degrees, a large crowd to downtown Perry Friday night for the annual Holiday Lighted Parade. Parade entrants gathered near Second Street and Otley Avenue and traveled north on Third...
ThePerryNews.com would like to extend our wishes for a safe and happy Independence Day holiday to all of our loyal readers and their families. As the ardent defenders of the First Amendment, we join our fellow Americans in saluting...
https://youtu.be/73EI-xk19Gc A Woodward home was destroyed by fire Friday afternoon, but the owner escaped unharmed and was able to save his dogs. Daniel Harless of 208 E. First St. in Woodward said he was working in his garage a little after...
https://youtu.be/WPnxS9RBlIg The Perry Volunteer Fire Department quickly controlled a fire that broke out in downtown Perry shortly after 2 a.m. Wednesday. Heavy smoke was visible at the rear of 1213 Second St. and 1215 Second St., twin buildings owned by the...
The Perry High School Homecoming Parade 2017 was, by all accounts, a big hit, both with all the entrants and with the large crowd which turned out to watch the display of school spirit. King and Queen candidates were given...
The proverbial beehive that was kicked over Thursday with the announcement of the end of Eddie Diaz's tenure as principal at St. Patrick's Catholic School in Perry was still buzzing Sunday, with supporters continuing to collect signatures on a...
Residents in the 1600 and 1700 blocks of Second Street in Perry have gone without home mail delivery for six months, and a dispute between the city of Perry and the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) over the design of...
The 150-member Genesis Drum and Bugle Corps of Austin, Texas, rolled into Perry High School about 2 a.m. Monday and will leave PHS Tuesday afternoon, in the meanwhile using the school as a staging ground for their performance Tuesday...
https://youtu.be/IIOJOrRWers About 300 people filled the lobby and open office space of the Raccoon Valley Bank in downtown Perry Thursday evening for the bank's annual holiday party, catered by the Perry Hy-Vee. Prime rib, smoked salmon and a variety of toothsome...
Rep. David Young, the Republican incumbent from Iowa's third U.S. Congressional district, passed through the Perry area Monday and Tuesday as his reelection campaign against Democrat challenger Jim Mowrer entered the home stretch. Young teamed up Monday night with Sen....