Garrett Riedesel has been working part-time for the Greene County Sheriff’s Office as a countywide animal control officer since June.
By ANDREW MCGINNa.mcginn@beeherald.com   In Grand Junction, there’s a new sheriff in town. Only he’s not even a deputy.
Staff report Barely a month after Jeff Lamoureux was hired to increase the local presence of Habitat for Humanity of Boone and Greene Counties, the board has decided to keep right on increasing — into a third county.
Johnny “Hollywood” Case, a 2007 Jefferson-Scranton grad, flashes a smile at the camera in September before his first fight for the UFC in Japan. In the U.S., the fight was only available to watch on the Internet, but in Asia, the bout was broadcast live to 150 million homes, and on delay to 550 million. “I’m not your average tough guy,” Case says. “But I can go and knock people out. I know UFC sees that, and I know UFC can use that.”
By ANDREW MCGINNa.mcginn@beeherald.com Having Johnny “Hollywood” Case as your landlord would be kind of unnerving, if you think about it.
Frankly, my dear, you can’t beat a free showing of “Gone With the Wind.”
By ANDREW MCGINNa.mcginn@beeherald.com Through a recent conversation with Rick Morain, Jim Daubendiek learned that the last time “Gone With the Wind” played Jefferson, it arrived on five reels — and that during the movie, the reels got out of order.
Chris Wilbeck, 50, a former rural Rippey resident, urged the Des Moines Water Works board of trustees to file a federal lawsuit against three counties over farm runoff that taints the Raccoon River, an important source of drinking water for Des Moines area residents.
By JARED STRONGj.strong@carrollspaper.com
Shawn and Jennie Olson, of Jefferson, are set to appear on four episodes of DIY Network’s “West End Salvage.”
By ANDREW MCGINNa.mcginn@beeherald.com All it took for Jefferson’s Shawn and Jennie Olson to wind up on TV was to actually leave southern California and take up residence in a so-called flyover state.
Garrett Riedesel has been working part-time for the Greene County Sheriff’s Office as a countywide animal control officer since June.
Johnny “Hollywood” Case, a 2007 Jefferson-Scranton grad, flashes a smile at the camera in September before his first fight for the UFC in Japan. In the U.S., the fight was only available to watch on the Internet, but in Asia, the bout was broadcast live to 150 million homes, and on delay to 550 million. “I’m not your average tough guy,” Case says. “But I can go and knock people out. I know UFC sees that, and I know UFC can use that.”
Frankly, my dear, you can’t beat a free showing of “Gone With the Wind.”
Chris Wilbeck, 50, a former rural Rippey resident, urged the Des Moines Water Works board of trustees to file a federal lawsuit against three counties over farm runoff that taints the Raccoon River, an important source of drinking water for Des Moines area residents.
Shawn and Jennie Olson, of Jefferson, are set to appear on four episodes of DIY Network’s “West End Salvage.”

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A service for Sarah Ann Currier was held 11:00 a.m. Jan. 22, at the Church of Christ in Jefferson. Visitation was after 1:00 p.m. with family present from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. on Jan.

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