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January 11, 2019 A caller asked "to speak with an officer about picking up the rest of her property." An offier responded. A caller said "her daughter is having a sleep over," and the caller "just received a call"...
Funeral services for Mike Acton, 78, of Dubuque and formerly of Rippey will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 15 at St. Brigid Catholic Church in Grand Junction, and burial with military honors will be at the Mt. Calvary...
Funeral services are pending for Joan Allen, 94, of Panora. Mrs. Allen died Friday evening, Jan. 11, 2019, at the Panora Nursing and Rehabilitation in Panora, Iowa. Joan is survived by three daughters, Marion Christensen of Panora, Linda Culbertson of Bayard and...
To the editor: Here is the big problem for Democrats: The Republicans are correct when they say that we have not had a new idea for the past 50 years. They are also right when they say that we have had no...
To the editor: What is up with the sculptures on Willis Avenue in Perry? We have lived in Perry since 1980. We have pastored churches and co-pastored another one. As I drive down Willis Avenue, I see the new sculptures that have...
About 25 members of the Perry Chamber of Commerce were welcomed Friday morning to the campus of the DMACC Perry VanKirk Career Academy by Director Eddie Diaz and Career Advantage Program Counselor Barb South, who hosted the Chamber's monthly coffee...
The Woodward-Granger Community School District has released the names of students in the high school earning first-semester honor-roll status and middle school students attaining the honor roll for the second quarter. In the following lists, names preceded by an...
To the editor: My fellow Perry Community School District citizens and taxpayers, as a 15-year, third-generation Perry resident and a person actively engaged in economic development and helping our fine city to continue to grow and thrive, I'd like to...
Snow is forecast for Friday night and most of Saturday, and the Perry Police Department reminds residents that the city's snow emergency ordinance takes effect once one-half inch of snow accumulates on roadways and sidewalks. The National Weather Service (NWS)...
January 10, 2019 A caller said "she received a phone call that said her Social Security number had been used for fraudulent activity and that she needed to call a number to get it cleared up." The caller said...