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Formerly Angie's Tea Garden, The Centennial restaurant is set to open in the spring. The establishment run by Sara Ostrander will offer contemporary delicacies with a nod to the building's history.  BRANDON HURLEY | JEFFERSON HERALD
By BRANDON HURLEY Managing Editornews@beeherald.com @BrandonJHurley A two-year restoration is poised to usher in downtown’s newest dining establishment.
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JERRY TIBBS | SPECIAL TO THE TIMES HERALD Scranton resident Kyle Thompson recently helped an injured semitrailer truck driver in Utah while Thompson was driving there for his work with Union Pacific.
By REBECCA MCKINSEYr.mckinsey@carrollspaper.com Scranton resident Kyle Thompson was in Crescent Junction, Utah, for work recently when the semitrailer truck directly in front of him was unable to complete a turn on an off-ramp.
The 89-mile Raccoon River Valley Trail, the longest paved loop trail in the nation, known as the “quintessential central Iowa experience,” secured more than 16,000 votes in the national Rails-tTrails Conservancy hall of fame vote.
Formerly Angie's Tea Garden, The Centennial restaurant is set to open in the spring. The establishment run by Sara Ostrander will offer contemporary delicacies with a nod to the building's history.  BRANDON HURLEY | JEFFERSON HERALD
JERRY TIBBS | SPECIAL TO THE TIMES HERALD Scranton resident Kyle Thompson recently helped an injured semitrailer truck driver in Utah while Thompson was driving there for his work with Union Pacific.

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Ronald C. Dickson, age 70, of Alpharetta, Georgia, passed away peacefully at his home on Tuesday, Sept.

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