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Youngsters in Greene county had a chance to see and hear an opera when OPERA Iowa performed at Jefferson-Scranton middle school Feb. 2. Read more »

 

The City of Panora will receive $2,000 from the utility industry to develop a master landscaping plan for the city square. Read more »

 

Governor Chet Culver a grant award to construct a sports complex in Greenfield. The state’s Vision Iowa Board approved the award at their meeting in Des Moines. Read more »

 

Cooper native Terry Rich has a new job. Governor Chet Culver has named Rich as the Iowa Lottery's new Chief Executive Officer. Read more »

 

The Community Players of Greene County organization has selected the cast for its upcoming performance of "Arsenic and Old Lace". Read more »

 

David A. Yepsen, veteran Des Moines Register political editor and a Jefferson native, has accepted the position of director of the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute at Southern Illinois University (SIU) in Carbondale, IL. Read more »

 

Progress continues on the cultural center with a tower dome being hoisted atop Historic All Saints in Stuart on Thursday, February 4. Read more »

 

Members of the Cumberland Rose Players will present the play "Noodles," directed by Phil Cannon, at the E.E. Warren Opera House on the square in Greenfield on the weekend of Valentine's Day. The first performance will be Friday at 7 p.m. Read more »

 

Casey native Brett Dolan traced how he went from working stories about Adair-Casey athletic games for the Times to being the play-by-play radio announcer for the Astros last Thursday at the Lake Panorama Resort Conference Center. Read more »

 

MidAmerican Energy Company now has the Adair And Cass County Wind Farm up and running. Read more »

 

While still under construction, the new $1.6 million surgery center was already reaping benefits for Guthrie County Hospital. Read more »

 

While several major projects are winding down, Guthrie Center is gearing up for more development, it was reported at the annual meeting of the Guthrie Center Area Development Corporation Monday evening. Read more »

 

Several area legislators on Feb.2 urged the completion of the Racoon River Valley Trail, calling it "one of Iowa's best 'shovel-ready' projects." Read more »

 

Regional economic development groups recently evaluated monthly employment numbers released by Iowa Workforce Development. Read more »

 

Previously announced as one of Iowa's top schools and among the top nine percent in the nation, Guthrie Center High School learned this week it was rated Best in Overall Academic Performance in Iowa by BusinessWeek magazine. GCHS received a perfect (10) rating. Read more »

 

Greene county manufacturers Power Lift in Jefferson and Bauer Built in Paton have not reduced work forces. Read more »

 

We are both professional folks who came to the area to reestablish a business on my wife's family heritage farm. Read more »

 

One of the obvious challenges of a development group is to encourage economic development and bring new business to a community. Read more »

 

The fund drive was a big success Saturday night in Yale. Read more »

 

The Greater Greenfield Community Foundation held their annual meeting on Jan. 21. Officers for the coming year are Roleen Chiles, chairperson, Larry Means, Vice President and Jennifer Garside, Secretary-Treasurer. Directors are Connie Hohertz, Susan Olesen, Roger Raum, Nancy Gross and John Dayton. Read more »

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