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The Bock Family Foundation Inc. of Perry is accepting grant applications for its spring 2016 granting period, a foundation spokesperson announced Wednesday. Applications for the spring grant cycle must be postmarked or delivered to the foundation on or before March...
WAUKEE – Area artists looking to exhibit in the 2016 Waukee Arts Festival, scheduled for Sunday, July 10 from noon until 8 p.m. in Waukee's Centennial Park, should act now to secure a spot, according to event organizers. The festival, sponsored...
February 1, 2016 Andrew William Fessler, 23, of 1714 E. Second St., Des Moines, was arrested on a warrant for prohibited acts. February 2, 2016 Austin John Worthington, 19, of 909 First St., Redfield, was arrested at the intersection of Ninth and...
The Growing Food and Profit Group, a collection of local food growers in and around Dallas County, will meet Feb. 9 at 6:30 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church, 1204 13th St.  in Dallas Center. Rick Hartmann of Small Potatoes...
The Perry City Hall has announced the roads at Violet Hill Cemetery in Perry will be closed Wednesday, Feb. 3 and Thursday, Feb. 4. Visitors are advised not to attempt to drive on the snow-covered and drifted roads in the...
February 2, 2016 A caller said he found a large pool of blood at the intersection of Willis and First avenues near the Perry Public Library. Officers responded. Investigation revealed a person had fallen there and been taken to the...
February 1, 2016 Joseph Hahn of 909 First St., Redfield, reported someone took the license plates off his vehicle while parked at this address. February 2, 2016 Misty Marie Langrehr, 21, of 2555 Wedgewood Rd., Des Moines, was arrested on a warrant...
February 1, 2016 A Perry resident fell asleep while waiting for the arrival of a Heart of Iowa Regional Transportation Authority (HIRTA) bus to take him to his dialysis treatment. When he awoke, he learned the bus was two hours...
Due to Tuesday's severe winter weather, Iowa Secretary of State Paul D. Pate has declared the polls will open at noon for the city of Dallas Center special election, weather permitting. The special election was called to fill a vacancy...
More than 800 students graduated from the Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) at the end of the fall term, including the following Perry scholars: McKenzie Bixler in liberal arts Taylor Cullum in liberal arts Tori Dakin in business administration Amber Green in...