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Free watermelon, games 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. Great food is available exclusively  from the Dewey Lions Club starting at 4 pm. Live music will start at 6:00 pm,...

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 City offices will be closed Monday, May 27 to observe Memorial Day.  There will be no trash pickup Monday, May 27.  Both City Hall and the Police Department offices will be closed.  If you have a water or sewer EMERGENCY, call the police department  non-emergency number to ...

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 Despite the bitter cold, there was a huge crowd for the 2018 Dewey Christmas parade.  There were entries from all over the area, including New on 6 reporter Joseph Holloway.  The parade Grand Marshal was A.C. Holden, a true supporter of Dewey.   The parade committee would ...

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 This is a reminder that all Dewey City Council meetings, all Dewey Public Works Authority meetings, and all Dewey Econmic Development Authority meetings are open to the public.  The City would like it's citizens to stay abreast of what decisions the administrators make regarding the town....

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 Construction has begun on Dewey's new police department/municipal court facility.  The new offices will be located north of the fire station on the 800 block of North Cherokee Ave.  
 The ducks were in top form for the Dewey Duck Derby July 4, 2018.  Nearly 600 ducks braved the rapids, the water wheel, the tunnel of death, and other obstacles to get to the finish line.  In the end, 5 winners were chosen. The winning ducks were:  1st place #593 raced for Ange...

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