A knight of Camelot: Greene County native Bill Duncan (center), who passed away March 14 at age 86, was a Secret Service agent under five presidents, including John F. Kennedy, pictured with First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. Duncan would be with Kennedy in Texas on Nov. 22, 1963, the day he was assassinated in Dallas, and may have been the first person that day to see the first lady in her pink Chanel suit.
By ANDREW MCGINN a.mcginn@beeherald.com Once you know what he looks like, it’s impossible to not scour every photo looking for Bill Duncan. That’s just it — there are hundreds, if not thousands, of photos. It boggles the mind, actually, to think how many photos there are.
The iconic Bell Tower is Iowa’s most outstanding attraction, according to state tourism officials.
Staff report A new policy approved by the Greene County board of supervisors brought live and recorded music back to the Mahanay Memorial Carillon Tower after months of silence — and not a moment too soon.
Hazel Zachar
By ANDREW MCGINN a.mcginn@beeherald.com It’s just like a doctor to think he should have been named class valedictorian over a nurse.
Staff report A new policy approved Monday by the Greene County board of supervisors will bring live and recorded music back to the Mahanay Memorial Carillon Tower after months of silence — and not a moment too soon.
ANDREW McGINN | JEFFERSON HERALD Tina King holds up the leather jacket that had to be cut off her co-parent and former boyfriend, Travis Fincel, the night he was killed in a hit and run in Grand Junction. The driver who admitted hitting Fincel on Dec. 15 has since been involved in another crash.
By ANDREW MCGINN  |  a.mcginn@beeherald.com Knowing the full story, it’s difficult not to see a routine order issued back on Jan. 14 by District Associate Judge Joseph McCarville as macabre, even bordering the dystopian.
Wells Fargo will close its Jefferson bank in July. HERALD FILE PHOTO
By ANDREW McGINN a.mcginn@beeherald.com For Shelly Thornton, the big benefit of banking with Wells Fargo was obvious: its size. “For us, Wells Fargo was a better deal because they’re all over,” said Thornton, a local paralegal and real estate agent.
A knight of Camelot: Greene County native Bill Duncan (center), who passed away March 14 at age 86, was a Secret Service agent under five presidents, including John F. Kennedy, pictured with First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. Duncan would be with Kennedy in Texas on Nov. 22, 1963, the day he was assassinated in Dallas, and may have been the first person that day to see the first lady in her pink Chanel suit.
The iconic Bell Tower is Iowa’s most outstanding attraction, according to state tourism officials.
Hazel Zachar
ANDREW McGINN | JEFFERSON HERALD Tina King holds up the leather jacket that had to be cut off her co-parent and former boyfriend, Travis Fincel, the night he was killed in a hit and run in Grand Junction. The driver who admitted hitting Fincel on Dec. 15 has since been involved in another crash.
Wells Fargo will close its Jefferson bank in July. HERALD FILE PHOTO

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William (Bill) Schulze was born April 8, 1931, in Sioux City and departed this life May 8 at the Kennybrook Village in Grimes.

He lived his life to the age of 90 years and one month.  

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