By ANDREW MCGINNa.mcginn@beeherald.com
By REBECCA MCKINSEYr.mckinsey@carrollspaper.com Following a lengthy discussion at a recent meeting, the Jefferson city council elected Tuesday evening to delay its decision to place no-parking zones on several streets near Hy-Vee.
Staff reportThe earliest school start date for the 2015-16 school year will be Aug. 23 under a bill signed Friday by Gov. Terry Branstad. The previous law required school districts to start school no earlier than the week of Sept. 1, but allowed school districts to apply for waivers to start earlier.
Still in the driver’s seat: Teresa Green, a business education teacher at Greene County High School, has coordinated the prom as junior class adviser for 33 years, including Saturday’s 1920s-themed event.
By ANDREW MCGINNa.mcginn@beeherald.com The discovery Monday by students that a decorative cardboard silhouette of a Jazz Age flapper is clutching a cigarette holder is, hopefully, the worst thing that can happen to Greene County High School’s 1920s-themed prom.
Ken Paxton
A town hall meeting to discuss a host of local developments and programs will be held at 6 p.m. Monday, April 20, in the Greene County Community Center in Jefferson. The event — titled “We’ve come this far, what’s next?” — is open to the full county and surrounding region.
By DOUGLAS BURNSd.burns@carrollspaper.com Mint Juleps, colorful ladies hats and Kentucky horse chatter could fill the new Wild Rose Jefferson early next May if a plan being eyed by the casino takes shape.
Still in the driver’s seat: Teresa Green, a business education teacher at Greene County High School, has coordinated the prom as junior class adviser for 33 years, including Saturday’s 1920s-themed event.
Ken Paxton

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 Joe R. Davis was the fifth child born to his parents on March 6, 1932 in Audubon County, Ray and Katherine Burkhardt Davis during a snow storm.

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