Kris Kaufman (center) and husband Mel Kaufman, of Paton, look at pictures of a boy killed in a hunting accident with his mom (right). The boy’s liver ended up in Kris Kaufman’s diseased body in 2013. Organ recipients rarely get to meet their donors, according to Kaufman.
By ANDREW MCGINNa.mcginn@beeherald.com For the mother from Mediapolis whose son was taken entirely too early, it was a chance for her to be close again to just a small part of him.
They usually have names like the Pagans, Mongols, Bandidos and Hells Angels. But a group of motorcycle enthusiasts calling themselves the Greene County Motorcycle Charity rides strictly for a good cause.
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By ANDREW MCGINNa.mcginn@beeherald.com Did the Founding Fathers eat a lot of sweet corn? Just think of poor George Washington and those wooden teeth.
Brett Cranston (left), owner of Doc’s Stadium, and Mike Holden of Moo Meat prepare Monday to down The Carnivore, their new, jointly designed burger.
By ANDREW MCGINNa.mcginn@beeherald.com
By DOUGLAS BURNSd.burns@carrollspaper.com A proposed merger of West Central and Farmers Cooperative would build what West Central’s CEO says is the largest cooperative in Iowa — one that, based on reports from last fiscal year, could expect annual sales near $1.5 billion.
Heidi Naberhaus (left), owner of Linda’s Fashions, gets help Friday setting up an account on the website and mobile app Yelp from Connor Wilkins, Kate Larson and Westley Long. The local students are spending their first summer home from college voluntarily helping businesses boost their social media presence.
By ANDREW MCGINNa.mcginn@beeherald.com Heidi Naberhaus has a personal Facebook account, but her profile is the kind without a picture, leaving people to wonder if she’s a hacker located somewhere in the former Soviet bloc or else just not technologically savvy.
Kris Kaufman (center) and husband Mel Kaufman, of Paton, look at pictures of a boy killed in a hunting accident with his mom (right). The boy’s liver ended up in Kris Kaufman’s diseased body in 2013. Organ recipients rarely get to meet their donors, according to Kaufman.
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Brett Cranston (left), owner of Doc’s Stadium, and Mike Holden of Moo Meat prepare Monday to down The Carnivore, their new, jointly designed burger.
Heidi Naberhaus (left), owner of Linda’s Fashions, gets help Friday setting up an account on the website and mobile app Yelp from Connor Wilkins, Kate Larson and Westley Long. The local students are spending their first summer home from college voluntarily helping businesses boost their social media presence.

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Richard James “Dick” Creamer, 87, of Jefferson, formerly of Grand Junction, died August 23, 2015 at the Greene County Medical Center in Jefferson

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