Greene County Medical Center staff on Oct. 16 distributed masks and signs encouraging local residents to do their part and mask up to fight COVID-19. From left: Administrative assistant Emily Neese, CEO Tracy Warner, COO Christa Simons and marketing specialist Sydney Bishop.
By ANDREW MCGINN a.mcginn@beeherald.com The Greene County Community School District continues to flout the wishes of Greene County Public Health by not requiring face masks at all times to curb spread of COVID-19.
Anna Pound, an employee at the Sierra Community Theatre, prepares a fresh batch of popcorn Friday on opening night of “Coco.” Only four customers attended that night’s showing. Amid the pandemic, moviegoers simply aren’t coming back. ANDREW McGINN | JEFFERSON HERALD PHOTOS
By ANDREW MCGINN a.mcginn@beeherald.com At this point, it’s hard enough to remember April, let alone April of 2019.
Dr. Jack Donovan, a Jefferson native, recently retired from his chiropractic practice in Carroll after nearly 70 years. In 2002, Palmer College of Chiropractic inducted him as a fellow into the Palmer Academy of Chiropractic.
By MARY BAUMHOVER Special to The Jefferson Herald Patrick Donovan was admittedly stunned this past summer when he learned that his dad, Dr. Jack Donovan, was retiring from his chiropractic practice. “I guess I thought he would practice forever,” Patrick Donovan said. “But I guess everyone deserves to take a break at 92.”
Veterinarian Christy Fields watches as her first unofficial patient — a kitten she has been nursing back to health — investigates an exam room at her new veterinary clinic, Companion Veterinary Clinic, 210 S. Wilson Ave. ANDREW McGINN | JEFFERSON HERALD PHOTOS
By ANDREW MCGINN a.mcginn@beeherald.com The name of Jefferson’s newest veterinary practice, Companion Veterinary Clinic, pretty much says everything you need to know. Dr. Christy Fields no longer has anything left to prove.
Power Lift, the successful Jefferson company whose strength-training equipment is in use by teams all across the NFL, NBA, MLB and NCAA, found itself participating this year in the Make-A-Wish program for the first time when Moorhead, Minn., high school senior Scott Verkuilen — battling Hodgkin lymphoma at the time — wished he could give his tea
Greene County Medical Center staff on Oct. 16 distributed masks and signs encouraging local residents to do their part and mask up to fight COVID-19. From left: Administrative assistant Emily Neese, CEO Tracy Warner, COO Christa Simons and marketing specialist Sydney Bishop.
Anna Pound, an employee at the Sierra Community Theatre, prepares a fresh batch of popcorn Friday on opening night of “Coco.” Only four customers attended that night’s showing. Amid the pandemic, moviegoers simply aren’t coming back. ANDREW McGINN | JEFFERSON HERALD PHOTOS
Dr. Jack Donovan, a Jefferson native, recently retired from his chiropractic practice in Carroll after nearly 70 years. In 2002, Palmer College of Chiropractic inducted him as a fellow into the Palmer Academy of Chiropractic.
Veterinarian Christy Fields watches as her first unofficial patient — a kitten she has been nursing back to health — investigates an exam room at her new veterinary clinic, Companion Veterinary Clinic, 210 S. Wilson Ave. ANDREW McGINN | JEFFERSON HERALD PHOTOS

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