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Disagreement, uncertainty and hesitation continue to surround the proposed building of an estimated $2.9 million centralized water system in Clancy, with the potential cost to customers an ongoing sticking point despite secured and potential grants and the support of local businesses and cou… Read Article

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Mutual aid and a quick-thinking residents helped Jefferson City Volunteer Fire Department tame a wildland fire about two miles south of town Friday evening. Jefferson City VFD Fire Chief Bud Siderits said the fire was reported about 6 p.m. Five of the department’s volunteer firefighters resp… Read Article

2019 Jefferson County Fair and Rodeo
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How can you put a price on a good, home-baked pie? Actually, it’s not that hard: You put a fast-talking auctioneer on a table-top, fill a barn with a few dozen highly competitive folks, and let the bidding begin. At the Jefferson County Fair’s annual baked goods auction on Saturday night, th… Read Article

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The 27th annual Boulder car show was held on Aug. 24 in Veteran’s Park. Seventy-one cars and trucks were entered in the event sponsored by the Boulder Area Chamber of Commerce. Read Article

The Volunteer Gap
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Across rural America, public safety volunteers are in decline. Their dwindling ranks are determining how fires are fought and how emergency medical care is provided. Rural communities that have long relied heavily on volunteers for these services are struggling to fill the gap. Read Article

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DES MOINES — Former Vice President Joe Biden drew more people, but Montana Gov. Steve Bullock, a presumptive long shot in his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, still was able to rouse Democrats and generally curious Iowans who heard both men speak at the Iowa State Fair Thursday. Read Article

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