Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds helps Scranton Manufacturing in June break ground on a 56,000-square-foot expansion.
Women of all ages are invited Wednesday to have breakfast with Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds in Jefferson. Reynolds recently announced plans for a statewide tour in March to celebrate National Women’s History Month.
Jim Forbes, chairman of the Jefferson Airport Commission, is pictured in December 2013 on the runway of the Jefferson Municipal Airport that will be extended in the coming years. "It's going to be good for the community," he said then, "whether they believe it or not."
By REBECCA MCKINSEYr.mckinsey@carrollspaper.com Years of planning are coming down to 800 feet. But before that length can be added to the Jefferson Municipal Airport’s runway, a few more steps need to be taken.
By AUDREY INGRAMa.ingram@carrollspaper.com The Greene County Community School District board of education accepted 10 voluntary retirements last week. Retirees include: • Diane Kunzler, art, 27 years;
Staff report Wild Rose Jefferson will host a job fair in early April in its new temporary offices. At that time, positions and job descriptions will be posted and casino-events center officials will be on hand to answer questions about the projected 275 jobs with an annual payroll of $7 million.
Staff reportCould track be the latest high school sport shared between Paton-Churdan and Greene County? At Wednesday night’s board meeting, the Greene County Community School board took up a request from Paton-Churdan to share girls track for the 2015 season.
Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds helps Scranton Manufacturing in June break ground on a 56,000-square-foot expansion.
Jim Forbes, chairman of the Jefferson Airport Commission, is pictured in December 2013 on the runway of the Jefferson Municipal Airport that will be extended in the coming years. "It's going to be good for the community," he said then, "whether they believe it or not."
Jeff Conner (right), owner and CEO of Jefferson-based Power Lift, gives Gov. Terry Branstad a tour Wednesday of the company’s 70,000-square-foot manufacturing facility on Highway 30. The strength-training equipment designed and built locally by Power Lift is in use by professional sports teams, universities and the U.S military. Current operations include 45 employees in Jefferson.

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A service for Dean “Skip” McDowell was held 10:30 a.m. Feb. 23, at Hastings Funeral Home in Perry. Visitation was after 1:00 p.m. Feb. 22 with family present from 3:00 to  6:00 p.m.

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