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Community Connect on Jan. 25

On Jan. 25, Valley Life Center, 1795 SE Miller Ave., in Dallas, will be busy with volunteers feeding, clothing, and otherwise helping those Polk County residents who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness.

Help the homeless

Community forum to address needs, resources

With one of the coldest winters on record and snow still on the ground, citizens of Dallas began a community discussion: How can we help those who are homeless?

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Letters to the editor for Jan. 18

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Quality of life counts as goal

Editorial for Jan. 18

Polk No. 1 in good shape

Polk County Fire District No. 1 volunteers responded to more incidents with fewer volunteers in 2016.

Sports

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Fishing for success

MONMOUTH — Western Oregon junior forward Tanner Omlid isn’t afraid to lay it all on the line for his team.

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Senior gives his all for swim team

DALLAS — Dallas senior swimmer Wesley Tornow wasn’t an athlete. He wasn’t involved in any clubs or organizations.

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Pirates girls, boys learn key lessons

PERRYDALE — Senior Sierra Starr has noticed a difference among Perrydale’s girls basketball team.

Lifestyle

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Fishing for success

MONMOUTH — Western Oregon junior forward Tanner Omlid isn’t afraid to lay it all on the line for his team.

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Senior gives his all for swim team

DALLAS — Dallas senior swimmer Wesley Tornow wasn’t an athlete. He wasn’t involved in any clubs or organizations.

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Pirates girls, boys learn key lessons

PERRYDALE — Senior Sierra Starr has noticed a difference among Perrydale’s girls basketball team.

Opinion

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Fishing for success

MONMOUTH — Western Oregon junior forward Tanner Omlid isn’t afraid to lay it all on the line for his team.

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Senior gives his all for swim team

DALLAS — Dallas senior swimmer Wesley Tornow wasn’t an athlete. He wasn’t involved in any clubs or organizations.

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Pirates girls, boys learn key lessons

PERRYDALE — Senior Sierra Starr has noticed a difference among Perrydale’s girls basketball team.