“I was just hoping they would come out and physically protest,” Jonas Eberle says of a recent social-media campaign against his masked alter-ego, Count Spookula. “That would’ve been fun.”
By ANDREW MCGINNa.mcginn@beeherald.com It’s the best of times, it’s the worst of times. It may actually be the worst time in modern history to be in the business of shock.
By RICK MORAIN For The Jefferson Herald A commercial development project initially proposed about two years ago is on the agenda for discussion Tuesday at the Jefferson city council meeting.
By ANDREW MCGINNa.mcginn@beeherald.com For three years, shoppers at the Jefferson Hy-Vee have been diligently collecting points on their Hy-Vee Fuel Saver cards. Soon, those points could be redeemed at an actual Hy-Vee gas station.
John Delaney
Democratic Maryland Congressman John Delaney will get the honor Thursday of being the first presidential candidate of 2020 to hit Greene County. Something tells us he won’t be the last.
The Three-Block Project envisions a new splash park and playground, an indoor aquatic park and remodeling of the present middle school building into apartments or condos.
By RICK MORAIN For The Jefferson Herald Greene County’s Vision 2020 steering committee in late 2017 tabbed the school improvement project as its number one priority. With that success under its belt, what’s next on the group’s menu?
Jefferson native Andrea (Monroe) Baker, her husband Andy and children Daniel and Annalysa, recently completed their first year as missionaries in Nicaragua. During that time, the Central American country erupted in civil unrest. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
By ANDREW MCGINNa.mcginn@beeherald.com Little more than a year ago, Andrea Baker sold Nicaragua to her parents as the “safest country in Latin America.”
“I was just hoping they would come out and physically protest,” Jonas Eberle says of a recent social-media campaign against his masked alter-ego, Count Spookula. “That would’ve been fun.”
John Delaney
The Three-Block Project envisions a new splash park and playground, an indoor aquatic park and remodeling of the present middle school building into apartments or condos.
Jefferson native Andrea (Monroe) Baker, her husband Andy and children Daniel and Annalysa, recently completed their first year as missionaries in Nicaragua. During that time, the Central American country erupted in civil unrest. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

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William C. Beckner, Jr., a native of Iowa, passed away on July 27, 2018. He was 70. He was the son of William C. Beckner, Sr. and Anne Wilson Beckner.

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