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Jim Caufield

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The Perry Public Library hosted Iowa artist Jolene Peters today in a special session of the library's teen summer reading program. Under Peters' direction, teens made Independence Day-themed canvas board books using a flag design. The library supplied the materials,...
Perry residents can show their patriotic community spirit by entering the annual Fourth of July parade, a spokesperson for the city of Perry said today. Floats and other entries are open to all businesses, churches and civic organizations and groups...
Cheri Burns, director of development and community relations with Johnston-based Childserve, addressed the Perry Kiwanis Club Tuesday at the club's noontime meeting at the Hotel Pattee. Childserve cares for special-needs children up to the age of 21,  offering a wide...
June 23, 2015 Amber Nicole Laws, 17, 1819 Lucinda St., Perry,  was issued a citation for first-offense curfew violation. Gracely Elizabeth Benitez, 17, 828 Park St., Perry, was issued a citation for first-offense curfew violation. *A criminal charge is merely an accusation,...
The Cunningham family of Perry gathered at Wiese Park June 23 to plant trees they donated in honor of Kenneth (Declan) Cunningham, who died Dec. 26, 2014. The donated trees were planted on the east side of the park near...
Several July events are planned at the New Opportunities Dallas County Family Development Center, according to Karen Ventura, coordinator of New Opportunities. A mobile food pantry is scheduled for July 11 from 10 a.m. to noon at Crossroads Church, 2810...
Dallas County Sheriff Chad Leonard announced Tuesday his office will start offering online weapons permit applications and renewals July 1. Online applications will be the only way future gun permit are processed, Leonard said, as is already successfully done in...
June 23, 2015 Dwane Edwin Bolton, 45, of 55 S.E. Windfield Pkwy, Waukee, was arrested on a warrant for probation violation on an original charge of theft. June 24, 2015 Jerrin Michael Crowell, 21, of 1013 57th St., West Des Moines, was...
Take two dozen young journalists from around the country eager to learn about Iowa and its politics. Feed them an elegant supper in the opulent Hotel Pattee. Serve them after-dinner drinks, and set them to chatting in the Soumas...
Using Van Wall Equipment's data-driven John Deere tractors as a backdrop, Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad signed the Connect Every Acre bill Monday and explained the role high-speed Internet access will play in the modernization of Iowa's agriculture industry. The goal...