"I am so damn proud of you," Greene County farmer and Army veteran James O. Andrew (right) told Joni Ernst, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate and an Iraq War veteran, Monday at the Jefferson Pizza Ranch. Ernst greeted about 50 supporters.
By ANDREW McGINNa.mcginn@beeherald.com During an election season in which political operatives have carpet-bombed the state’s airwaves, it’s telling that Joni Ernst now can’t wait for Nov. 5, either.
The dome in the Greene County courtroom was recently removed for repairs.
By REBECCA MCKINSEYr.mckinsey@carrollspaper.com The century-old, stained-glass domes at the Greene County Courthouse are a treasure, Marty Grund says.
Alicia VanCannon (left), of ACCESS, and Adrienne Smith, of the Greene County Coalition Against Domestic Violence, stand in front of empty chairs at the Greene County Community Center. Each chair represents someone killed in Iowa by domestic violence.
By ANDREW MCGINNa.mcginn@beeherald.com The public display of empty chairs last Thursday at the Greene County Community Center to raise awareness of domestic violence was, in a word, grim. Each chair represented someone killed in Iowa by domestic violence.
Congressman Steve King (left) examines a set of shoulder pads manufactured at AAI in Jefferson with vice president of operations Mark Lane during a tour of the 250,000-square-foot Jefferson operation.
By DOUGLAS BURNSd.burns@carrollspaper.com U.S. Rep. Steve King, R-Kiron, said his belief system is a direct product of the largely rural — and sweeping 32-county congressional district — he is seeking re-election Nov. 4 to represent for another two years.
By ANDREW MCGINNa.mcginn@beeherald.com There are 375 sewer manholes in the city of Jefferson, 56 miles of curbs, 25 miles of sidewalk, 6 miles of alleys and even 3 miles of dirt roads.
"I am so damn proud of you," Greene County farmer and Army veteran James O. Andrew (right) told Joni Ernst, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate and an Iraq War veteran, Monday at the Jefferson Pizza Ranch. Ernst greeted about 50 supporters.
The dome in the Greene County courtroom was recently removed for repairs.
Alicia VanCannon (left), of ACCESS, and Adrienne Smith, of the Greene County Coalition Against Domestic Violence, stand in front of empty chairs at the Greene County Community Center. Each chair represents someone killed in Iowa by domestic violence.
Congressman Steve King (left) examines a set of shoulder pads manufactured at AAI in Jefferson with vice president of operations Mark Lane during a tour of the 250,000-square-foot Jefferson operation.

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Ram cross country team

Cross country teams from Greene County and Paton-Churdan have both been assigned to Panorama for the state qualifying meet to be held on Oct. 23.

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Mary, daughter of Warren, Jr. and Eleanor (Hubbard) Garst, was born March 25, 1928 in Des Moines, IA. She joined three older siblings. The family moved to Jefferson where she started school.

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