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The 2008-09 seventh grade students at East Greene Middle School are among more than 5,400 Iowa middle school students and their families who have been given the opportunity to participate in a federal program that promotes student academic success. Read more »


John Deere recently introduced a new 120-foot planter that can seed from 90 to 100 acres per hour. The planter, which will be made at the Bauer Built Manufacturing plant in Paton, Iowa, will sell for $345,000. Read more »


Staff Members of the Greene County Early Learning Center (GCELC) recently completed training in the Pyramid Model for Supporting Social Emotional Competence in Young Children. Read more »


The Greene County Cattlemen's Association celebrated the 75th anniversary of the organization in fine fashion last Saturday evening, March 7, by raising over $10,000 at the annual banquet and auction at the Jefferson Elks Lodge. Read more »


St. Gregory's Career Pathways for Hope is an innovative event designed to assist high school students and adults interested in setting a course for life or changing their lives. Read more »


Committees for all that happen have been formed, but more volunteers will be needed. Read more »


Bidding was competitive for Phase I of Guthrie Center Municipal Utilities proposed housing development. Read more »


The March meeting of the Adair Chamber of Commerce was held last Wednesday evening at the Happy Chef Restaurant. Read more »


St. Gregory Retreat Center hosted the first soup and desert cook off on Sunday evening February 22. Read more »


The construction of a new community building in Yale is getting closer. Read more »


Some 540 students in grades 9 through 12 from all three Greene county high schools learned about career possibilities in Greene county. Read more »


This past week we visited with the Midwest Partnership Corporation about our idea of co-working and a public / private partnership to speed this technology to rural areas. Read more »


The Iowa Transportation Commission on Tuesday awarded $5 million in federal economic stimulus money for seven recreational trail projects, including two in central Iowa. Read more »


Celebrate the beginning of spring by recognizing the contributions that American agriculture provides to the necessities of everday life.... Read more »


It's been six years since the Register's Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa last twisted through the southern part of the state, when it started in Glenwood and finished in Fort Madison. Read more »


The slogan was voted on from seven choices at the general RAGBRAI meeting held on March 3. Read more »


Newswise — Iowa State University researchers are working to produce clean, renewable energy by developing a new, low-emissions burner and a new catalyst for ethanol production. Read more »


Years of local harping and meetings with state officials about the heavy traffic and rough condition of Highway 44 east from Panora to Highway 169 north of Adel finally are paying off. Read more »


A major construction project may be about to take place, stockholders of the Panora Communications Cooperative were told at their annual meeting Tuesday evening at the high school. Read more »


A $14.75 million contract between Poet LLC and the state of Iowa has been approved by the Iowa Power Fund Board. The contract finalizes the partnership to develop a commercial-scale cellulosic ethanol plant in Iowa. Read more »

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