By REBECCA MCKINSEYr.email@example.com
Jefferson’s city budget is up slightly this year — although tax rates have dropped a tad.
Casino revenues and a proposed water and sewer increase will help to make up the difference, City Clerk Diane Kennedy said.
By AUDREY INGRAMa.firstname.lastname@example.org
GLIDDEN — Glidden-Ralston principal Kreg Lensch will take over as the shared superintendent for Glidden-Ralston and Paton-Churdan community school districts on July 1.
No pressure or anything — but the future of downtown Jefferson is now in your hands.
Jefferson Matters: Main Street has kicked off its study to explore what the future holds for the historic Square, and help is needed by completing a survey.
By ANDREW McGINNa.email@example.com
GRAND JUNCTION — Multinational agribusiness Cargill, the nation’s largest private company, is exploring an area near Grand Junction for the site of a new feedmill.