Greene County Archives

Fall Is Coming And The Fishing Is Fine

The weather has turned fall-like a few nights over the past few weeks, meaning fish will be coming out of the late summer slumber. Cooler temperatures and shortened daylight hours trigger more activity in fish to search

Jefferson Main Street Awards Mini-Grants

Photo: Angie Peterson of Angie’s Teagarden   Four Jefferson businesses have been awarded mini-grants of up to $250 each from Jefferson Matters: Main Street. The grants were distributed to businesses that have completed improvements to the exterior

Two ISU Professors Honored For Research Benefiting Iowans

Two Iowa State University (ISU) professors have been honored for their work in research into food safety. Charles Hurburgh, a professor of agricultural and Bio-systems engineering, and Joseph Sebranek, a Charles F. Curtiss Distinguished Professor in Agriculture

Road Closed For Semi Stuck On Railroad Tracks

A section of X Avenue, to the north of Highway 30 northwest of Grand Junction was closed for several hours early this morning (Friday). At approximately 4:56 a.m., the Greene County Sheriff’s Office was notified that a

Iowa Corn Growers PAC Endorses 67 Candidates

The Iowa Corn Growers Association (ICGA) Political Action Committee (PAC) announced they are endorsing 67 candidates for the 2016 election cycle. The PAC was formed more than a decade ago to ensure bipartisan support of Iowa’s corn