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The Wild Rose Jefferson casino held a three-hour job fair Saturday morning, drawing upwards of 200 online applications for part-time and full-time positions in security services, guest and casino floor services, table-game services and food and beverage services. Some applicants...
BAYARD – The 3 Broke Girlz Bar and Grill in Bayard will hold its first annual Tina Garwood-Lowe Memorial Poker Run this Saturday in honor of a beloved patron who lost her battle with cancer last December at the...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=inrQbR1bDYk The 90-degree weather was not a factor for the hundreds of cyclists rolling into Perry on the Raccoon River Valley Trail Saturday, one of the many checkpoints on the second annual Baccoon Ride. Many riders gathered in Caboose Park and...
The Perry Water Works has issued the following public service announcement: Beginning Tuesday, June 23, the Perry Water Works will be changing the chlorine dose that is added to our water from a combined chlorine residual to a free chlorine...
Alice E. Snater, 78, of Austin, Minn., died Wednesday, June 17, 2015, at her home. Alice Elizabeth Kautzky was born June 27, 1936, near Perry, Iowa, to Paul and Nona (Crellin) Kautzky. She attended school at Washington Township Consolidated School and...
Mark Summerson of Perry, ThePerryNews.com reporter and videographer, released a tribute video Sunday for outgoing Perry City Administrator Butch Niebuhr. The longtime city employee will step down from the administrator's position on June 30. Summerson, a 2015 graduate of Tribeca...
To the editor: This is part of a letter I sent to the Boone County Supervisors: Early this evening I became aware, through a phone message left by a friend, that our city drinking water, according the Channel 13 news and...
The Perry City Hall has issued reminder notices for the following public services: Perry Farmers Market June 18 The Perry Farmers Market will be held every Thursday from 4-7 p.m. at the Perry Marketplace, located at the parking lot at First...
By Katie S. McIntyre WOODWARD – A year ago, knowing her life was limited, 46-year-old Yale resident Kris Gerhard hosted her own celebration of life to say goodbye to nearly 250 friends and family members. Today she’s busy making plans for...
To the editor: Shame on you, Charles City!  The manner in which we honor our veterans, and especially our war dead, determines the attitudes of those who currently serve and those who may be called to serve in the defense...