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About two dozen Perry-area peace officers — plus firefighters and paramedics — gathered at the Perry Elementary School lunch room Saturday morning for the annual Shop with a Cop program in Perry. They were...
Harper Rose’s Floral and Gifts at 503 First Ave. celebrated two months in business Friday morning with a ribbon cutting courtesy of about 30 members of the Perry Chamber of Commerce. 
Iowa Department of Public Safety Commission Roxanne Ryan, left, administered the oath of office to Iowa State Patrol Colonel Jeff Ritzman March 3, 2017. Both Ryan and Ritzman announced their January retirements Friday. Photo courtesy Iowa...
In a wide-ranging lecture Friday morning at the Hotel Pattee, author Mark D. Wilson described his long journey to writing a book on the insights and inspirations of Iowa football great Nile Clarke Kinnick Jr. "In our lifetimes," Wilson said,...
Acting to save the popular Wednesday Senior Fellowship program at the McCreary Community Building, the Perry City Council voted Monday to establish a special fund in order to administer the program as a city activity. The new Special Perry Senior...
Residents of the Rowley Masonic Community were roused early Thursday when a hallway heater in the old wing overheated and tripped the fire alarm. Officers of the Perry Police Department and firefighters with the Perry Volunteer Fire Department responded to...
https://youtu.be/-pfD8msbCDI The Perry Chamber of Commerce brought its ribbon-cutting enthusiam Tuesday afternoon to Harvey's at the Hotel Pattee, the restaurant replacing the 20-year-old David's Milwaukee Diner. An emotional Katie Martinez, owner of Harvey's, wiped away tears of joy as she and...
Two vehicles collided about 8 a.m. Monday in the 23300 block of N Avenue in Dallas Center. There were no injuries and no air-bag deployment. The collision involved a passenger can and a passenger van. The car sustained front-end damage....
Woodward citizens will have a chance to exercise their voting rights next Tuesday, Dec. 11, when a special election will be held for the offices of mayor and city council member. Standing for the office of Woodward mayor is the...
A Grimes man was arrested on a charge of OWI after rolling his pickup truck at midnight Friday on Iowa Highway 141 Diagonal near 160th Street. According to the Dallas County Sheriff's office, David Wambold, 35, 801 S.E. 13th St., ...