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Jim Caufield

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Fire partially destroyed a house in rural Lincoln Township Monday afternoon before firefighters could control the blaze. There were no injuries in the fire at 19363 B Ave., about three miles east of Yale. The cause of the fire is under...
The Perry City Council gathered Friday morning for its first budget workshop for fiscal year 2020 (FY 2020), which starts July 1. Susie Moorhead, Perry’s finance officer, has been burning the midnight oil through January in preparation for the rounds...
Two vehicles collided about 4:30 p.m Sunday on Iowa Highway 141 Diagonal at 150th Street southeast of Woodward, causing air bags to deploy but no injuries. An emergency responder said it appeared a black Infinity coupe was eastbound on Iowa...
Check into Cash, the payday loan and check cashing store tucked in between U.S. Cellular and TC&B Corporate Wearbles at 524 First Ave., will close its Perry store March 1, the company announced this week. Founded in 1993, Check into...
Wet roads, southerly winds and a temperature of 43 degrees met the bicyclists at the 10 a.m. start of the 42nd annual BRR Bike Ride to Rippey Saturday in downtown Perry. With more then 500 pre-registered riders and several hundred...
U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) spent an hour talking to area farmers and business people at the Perry Public Library Friday afternoon as he passed through on his Dignity of Work listening tour. The Ohio Democrat told a funny story...
Josie Raye Bousman, 22, of Perry, the niece of convicted kidnappers Marc Ray and Misty Bousman Ray, was sentenced to 14 years imprisonment Friday for her role in the May 2017 death in Perry of Sabrina Ray. Bousman was originally...
Bearing information about Tuesday's school bond referendum, Perry School Board Vice Chairperson Linda Andorf and Perry Community School District Superintendent Clark Wicks found a friendly crowd at the Monday meeting of the Perry Lions Club at the Hotel Pattee. The local...
Andrea Menz Tunink, the new owner of Ben's Five and Dime in Perry, compounded her happiness Thursday morning by celebrating her 39th birthday in the company of about 40 Perry Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutters. The Chamberites were on hand...
A caller's report of an erratic driver on U.S. Interstate 80 led to the arrest early Thursday of a Des Moines man on a charge of eluding. Kristopher Lee Robertson, 39, of 4121 Second Ave., Des Moines, did not pull over...