As captured by the UFC cameras in September, Jefferson native Johnny Case reacts ecstatically to his debut win. Now, there’s little doubt that “Hollywood” is for real: This month in Boston, Case calmly walked toward the center of the canvas and respectfully bowed to the crowd after moving to 2-0 in the multi-billion-dollar UFC.
By MARTY BALLm.ball@carrollspaper.com Before Johnny “Hollywood” Case could step into The Octagon for the second time of his professional UFC career, the lightweight scrapper had to spend some time in the waiting room.
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By AUDREY INGRAMa.ingram@carrollspaper.com
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.
As captured by the UFC cameras in September, Jefferson native Johnny Case reacts ecstatically to his debut win. Now, there’s little doubt that “Hollywood” is for real: This month in Boston, Case calmly walked toward the center of the canvas and respectfully bowed to the crowd after moving to 2-0 in the multi-billion-dollar UFC.
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.”

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