The Jefferson Police Department is investigating a theft of firearms that were recovered at approximately 2:13 p.m. Saturday. The department received a call from Beth Joy at 202 West Adams Street, who reported she had found two
It is estimated that one in five Americans owns a pet, and that more than 10 percent of those people say their pet is their best friend. All pets will be getting some extra love this coming
The Jefferson Police Department is launching a “Move Over” campaign in an effort to protect all law enforcement officials. The most dangerous part of any officer’s job is when they step out on the side of a
Dr. Dan Ryan, Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Sioux City, has accepted a position as the President of Dowling Catholic High School in West Des Moines. Ryan, who has been with the Diocese since July
Iowa Farm Bureau’s statewide development initiative, Renew Rural Iowa (RRIA), has teamed up with the Ag Startup Engine (ASE) at the Iowa State University (ISU) Research Park to bring education, mentoring and financing resources to Iowa entrepreneurs.
Sen. Chuck Grassley reintroduced legislation earlier this week to ban packer ownership of livestock to slow the continued impact of consolidation within the livestock industry. From 2005 to 2015, the amount of cattle traded on the cash
New Way Ford in Coon Rapids is hosting a weather related event this weekend to encourage understanding of the risks Iowa’s summer storms hold. Severe Weather Saturday takes place tomorrow (Saturday) at the dealership on Highway 141.
This coming Sunday, more than 1,500 Iowans will climb up 1,796 steps and 86 floors as a part of the American Lung Association in Iowa’s 2017 “Fight For Air Climb.” The participants choose to climb one, two,
At approximately 8:42 a.m. on Wednesday, April 5, the Greene County Sheriff’s Office responded to a single-vehicle rollover accident on 230th Street and Falcon Ave. east of Scranton. Twenty-five-year-old Jacob Spalding of Scranton lost control of his
The new Java & Juice in Jefferson events were very well attended during their kick-off in March, and members of Jefferson Matters: Main Street are excited to announce the businesses participating in April. On Friday, April 7,