Special To Jefferson Herald Wild Rose Casino & Hotel set new records for gaming revenue so far in 2021, which is resulting in record payments to the non-profit associated with it, Grow Greene County Gaming Corp.
By Brandon Hurley Managing Editor news@beeherald.com Trust has been placed in the hands of the community while staff members search for quick-strike solutions.
Local guitar great Don Muzney, pictured here shortly before he died, was the subject of an award-winning profile by Andrew McGinn in the Jefferson Herald. A Jefferson native himself, McGinn is leaving journalism after more than two decades.
By ANDREW MCGINN a.mcginn@beeherald.com This has all been Claudette’s fault. There are some hard-and-fast rules when it comes to handling teenage boys who begin to fashion themselves class clowns.
Born in Germany and growing up in Jefferson, Sandra Dawson has developed a passion for competitive trampolining.
By ANDREW MCGINN a.mcginn@beeherald.com As an animal person who loves showing horses, Sandra Dawson might just become a zoologist or a wildlife biologist. But she also has a passion for gymnastics — trampoline, specifically.
There’s an unusual question on the Nov. 2 local election ballot. In addition to the school board and city council elections, which in Iowa are held every four years, Greene County voters will decide the future of the Wild Rose Casino in Jefferson.
The ceremonial shovels and hard hats for adult dignitaries went mostly unused Friday, replaced by preschoolers wielding plastic beach shovels as the Greene County Early Learning Center broke ground near its current site in Jefferson on a new, $2.01 million facility.
Local guitar great Don Muzney, pictured here shortly before he died, was the subject of an award-winning profile by Andrew McGinn in the Jefferson Herald. A Jefferson native himself, McGinn is leaving journalism after more than two decades.
Born in Germany and growing up in Jefferson, Sandra Dawson has developed a passion for competitive trampolining.

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Aletha Watters Ruth was born February 7, 1922 at her grandparent’s home west of Paton in Dawson Township. Her parents were Thomas D.

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