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 Here are the winners of the 2017 Dewey Duck Derby: 1st Place – Robert Williams 2nd Place – David Cleveland 3rd Place – Hunter Shea 4th Place – Sharon & James Deal  Thanks to everyone who purchased ducks - that money will go into the 2018 4th of July celebration and Dewey Duck Der...

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 Free watermelon, activities for the kids, music, and fireworks make for a huge 4th of July celebration! Starting at 4 pm in Don Tyler Park, come and set up your picnic area for the day. Live music from "Let It Ride" will begin at 6: 30 p.m.  Great food is available from the Dewey Lio...

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 If you'd like to buy a permit to discharge fireworks in celebration of July 4th, they are on sale now.  Permits are $50 and may be obtained at City Hall during regular office hours.  There is a form to fill out, and a copy of your dirver's license will be taken.  Permits do have...

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It is against Dewey's city ordinances to "deposit, throw or sweep into or upon the streets, alleys, parking or sidewalks of the city any paper, rubbish, grass, weeds, tree trimmings, dirt, trash, crates, boxes or other refuse of any kind".  This can be found in Chapter 1 USE AND OBSTRUCTION OF ...

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Every year, the Dewey Civic Association, along with the City of Dewey, puts on a 4th of July celebration in the park that is paid for by donations from generous businesses and citizens like you.  Donors of $25 or more get their name listed on the "Dewey Fan", a hand-held fan on which ...

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 At the Dewey City Council and Dewey Public Works Authority meetings May 1, Tom Hays was sworn in as Dewey's new mayor.   Also sworn in were councilmembers Kay Bales, Stephanie Hicks, and Wayne Sell.  
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