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  • Feature News A Vehicle Fire Results In An Arrest In Greene County

    A Vehicle Fire Results In An Arrest In Greene County

    Vehicle catches fire and leads to an arrest in Greene County. Sheriff Steve Haupert says at 9:55pm on Friday, the Greene County Sheriff’s office and the Churdan Fire Department responded to a vehicle fire in the 1300 block of 130th Street. Haupert states that 30 year-old Joshua Harold Gingery of Slater was traveling on 130th Street when he lost control of his 2000 GMC Envoy and it went into a ditch and when he tried to get his vehicle back [...]

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  • Feature News Dallas County Supervisors Meet Tomorrow

    Dallas County Supervisors Meet Tomorrow

    The Dallas County Board of Supervisors will meet in regular session Tuesday morning. Items on the agenda include consideration of disabled veteran’s homestead tax credit applications, resolutions in regards to an Iowa asset acquisition credit reservation and Microsoft corporation credit purchase and approval of a bulk propane gas contract. The Board will then approve a bid for the Sportsman’s Club bridge, consider a billing adjustment request and Lifequest business association agreement for the EMS department, set a public hearing for [...]

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    Dallas County Week in Review

    ADM High School Principal to Return to School Monday After Public Intoxication Arrest  Adel DeSoto Minburn High School Principal Lee Griebel will be back in the office Monday after an arrest in Iowa City earlier this month. According to Superintendent Greg Dufoe, the district’s school board met in closed session to discuss the off duty conduct issue earlier this week.  After discussing the topic it was decided that Griebel would receive a two week, unpaid suspension which is retroactive to [...]

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  • Feature News Roberts and Tenold Crowned King and Queen in Perry

    Roberts and Tenold Crowned King and Queen in Perry

                      Perry High School crowned their 2014 Homecoming King and Queen during the annual coronation event Thursday in the high school gym. Zach Roberts was announced as this year’s king and Ericka Tenold was crowned queen.  Longtime Perry supports Wilford and Winona Roberts were also honored at this year’s event as the honorary king and queen. The rest of the homecoming court includes Serenity Ewing, Miah York, Katelyn Whelchel, Sabrina Sweet, Jorge [...]

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  • Feature News Vehicle Fire Near Paton Causes Severe Damage

    Vehicle Fire Near Paton Causes Severe Damage

    A tractor fire in Greene County causes severe vehicle damage. Sheriff Steve Haupert says at 5:17pm on Thursday, a deputy and the Paton Fire Department responded to a tractor fire between 140th and 150th streets on T Avenue, southwest of Paton. Haupert states that a 2013 Versatile 375 4-wheel drive tractor was on fire when authorities arrived on scene but that the Paton Fire Department contained the fire and put out the flames which kept the damage isolated to the [...]

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  • Feature News Normal September Rainfall Totals Surpassed for Perry, Jefferson and Guthrie Center

    Normal September Rainfall Totals Surpassed for Perry, Jefferson and Guthrie Center

    There’s almost two full weeks left in the month of September, yet all of our local weather reporting areas have at least met their monthly rainfall total already. This past week was relatively dry for the Raccoon River Valley, in comparison to the very wet week prior, but that could change after this weekend with more rain in the forecast. According to the National Weather Service, Guthrie Center received another 0.45 inches of rain this past week for more than [...]

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  • Feature News ADM Principal Will Return to School Monday

    ADM Principal Will Return to School Monday

    Adel DeSoto Minburn High School Principal Lee Griebel will be back in the office Monday after an arrest in Iowa City earlier this month. According to Superintendent Greg Dufoe, the district’s school board met in closed session to discuss the off duty conduct issue earlier this week.  After discussing the topic it was decided that Griebel would receive a two week, unpaid suspension which is retroactive to September 8th, along with a letter of reprimand and other sanctions including community [...]

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  • Feature News Open Yard Waste Burning Season Starts October 1st in Perry

    Open Yard Waste Burning Season Starts October 1st in Perry

    The leaves will soon start changing colors and falling from the trees, which means we will all have to find a ways to dispose of our yard waste before winter. The City of Perry’s fall yard waste open burning season starts on October 1st.  Citizens are allowed to burn between 1am and sundown through November 23rd.  All burning needs to take place in the rear portion of private property and must be supervised at all times. City Administrator Butch Niebuhr [...]

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