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Like a lot of other cities, Dewey continually has a problem of grease and oil clogging sewer lines.  This could mean unecessary sewer backups for our residents.  Click HERE to view a instructional pamphlet (in .pdf format that can be printed out) on how to properly dispose of grease and ...

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Residents may notice Dewey's Fire Department members out flushing and testing fire hydrants the week of  November 7.  Dates and times will vary, depending upon which volunteer fireman will have the opportunity to do the testing.  Flushing the hydrants may cause your water pressu...

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 Dewey's 29th annual night-time Christmas Parade is Saturday, December 10, 2016, starting at 5:30pm.  The 2016 theme is "Holly, Jolly Christmas".     Click HERE to download an entry form in .pdf format.  Entry is always FREE!   For more information, contact Cassie at ...

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Unfortunately, the rain has caused the cancellation of the Wild West Show associated with the Western Heritage Weekend.   We had a great time Saturday in downtown Dewey with all the various activities, including the awesome parade!  The decision was made on Saturday evening to cancell the...

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 It's almost time for Dewey's Western Heritage Weekend!  The activities for the weekend are the Tom Mix Festival on Saturday, and the Wild West Show on Sunday. Saturday kicks off with the Miles For Mammograms Boot Scoot run and fun walk.  Food and merchandise members will be set up d...

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It was another great race!  Congratulations to the following winners: 1st-Bob Stump 2nd-Chris Nienhuser 3rd-Junior & Lynna Burnette 4th-Paul House 5th-Michael & Paula Giroir   We had 7 additional winners.  These were randomly picked ducks, as well as the first du...

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