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- Business good for Pella Parks and Recreation Business is picking up for the Pella Parks and Recreation Department, as it makes the transition from pushing snow to preparing to mow. Parks Supervisor Chandler Nunnikhoven and his crew have been busy lately interviewing summer seasonal employees. W
- PCHS concludes theatre season with "Our Town" this weekend Pella Christian High School will be presenting their spring drama, Our Town, this Friday and Saturday, March 28 and 29, 2014. Both performances will begin at 7:00 pm in the Vermeer Auditorium at Pella Christian High School, 300 Eagle Lane. Written by
- Roorda wears 'several' hats Jerry Roorda describes himself as a man who has "worn several hats" over his career. A police officer, a certified arborist and now the man running In't Veld's Meat Market -- a local establishment since 1911. Behind the meat market's counter at 820 M
- Chohan pleads not guilty Nyran Chohan, 19, of Pella, has pled not guilty to three counts of third-degree sexual abuse. Chohan is accused of abusing three teenage girls on three separate occasions. Charges were filed on March 7. A trial has been scheduled for Aug. 19 at 8:30
- Nominate an extraordinary Pella nurse The DAISY award is given to registered nurses who exemplify extraordinary nursing. The hospital wants to hear from patients and visitors about the Pella Regional nurses they believe deserve this award. Write a paragraph, telling a story about a regis
- Dutch Costume Exhibit on display
Pella representatives meet with Grassley
Representatives from the Pella area are on their annual trek to Washington, D.C., this week. Sen. Chuck Grassley recently shared what they discussed with him.
Work on lake at MC Park moving forward
Progress has been made on Marion County Conservation's project to rehabilitate the lake at the County Park in Knoxville.
Supervisors meet Tuesday
The Marion County Board of Supervisors will meet in regular session Tuesday, March 25, at 9 a.m.
Busy time for Parks Department
Business is picking up for the Pella Parks and Recreation Department, as it makes the transition from pushing snow to preparing to mow.
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