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A pair of new businesses are open at 600 E. Lincolnway, across from the Milwaukee Depot in Jefferson. Read more »


For the benefit of professional financial advisors, area charitable foundations, non-profit organizations and churches, a "State of Philanthropy in Greene County" meeting will be held Tuesday, Oct. 30 at noon at the ISU Extension office in Jefferson. Read more »


The Greene County Community Foundation (GCCF) reminds all residents to mail their donations to the foundation by Oct. 31 in order to take advantage of the state tax credit available from the Endow Iowa Tax Credit program. Read more »


Enrollment figures for the 2007-08 school year have been finalized and Guthrie Center gained 7.5 students, superintendent Steve Smith told the school board Monday evening. Read more »


Nichols Farms of Bridgewater ranked as largest in registering the most Angus beef cattle in Iowa, having recorded 380 head of Angus with the American Angus Association during fiscal year 2007. Read more »


Members of Greenfield Chamber/Main Street met Tuesday noon, Oct. 16, at the Chamber/Main Street Building. Read more »


The board of directors of Midwest Partnership recently updated its business plan and reviewed accomplishments during the past year. Read more »


Jerald and Cindy Deal and their three sons will be honored as one of two 2007 Families of the Year at Cyclone Family Weekend Oct. 12-14 on the Iowa State University campus in Ames. Read more »


In the wake of the I-35W bridge collapse into the Mississippi River at Minneapolis, the safety of all bridges and aging infrastructure is being scruitinized. Read more »


Jefferson Telephone & Cablevision will host a customer appreciation meal to celebrate its 50th anniversary of the telephone museum on Thursday, Oct. 18. Read more »


John Rutledge grew up in Guthrie Center, graduating from high school there in 1992. Read more »


Superintendent John Millhollin reported to the Panorama school board Monday evening that preliminary enrollment figures for budge purposed shows an increase of 27.6 students to 803 total. Read more »


Peoples Trust and Savings Bank broke ground Oct. 2 on a new branch office in Rippey. Read more »


The state has awarded $545,000 to a church in Stuart that was destroyed by fire 12 years ago, giving a boost to residents who want to restore the rare Byzantine-style building. Read more »


There is good news from the Bagley Community Ambulance. Word was received last week from U.S. Senators Chuck Grassley and Tom Harkin that the volunteer-based organization was selected as a grant recipient through the federal government. Read more »


An onslaught of more than 200 persons attended the open house Thursday, Sept. 27, of St. Jude's Thaddeus Retreat House in Bayard. Read more »


The annual fall festival on the Raccoon River Valley Trail (RRVT) is being held Saturday, Oct. 6, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with activities all along its 56 miles through three counties. Read more »


On December 6, 1946 the first hospital Board Members signed oaths. This board included L.E. Sinner, Mrs. Esther Herrick, Mrs. Stacie Hoffman, J.E. Howe, Paul Johnson, K.H. Sidey, and Herman Zietlow. Read more »


The Grand Junction Lions Club celebrated the 75th anniversary of its charter with a dinner and program Oct. 1 in the East Greene Gymnasium in Grand Junction. Read more »


Jobs, food, child care, education, and financial management are all part of Horizons participants' plan to help reduce poverty and move towards a more thriving community. Read more »

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