The Perry High School Junior Class is continuing to raise money for prom, and their next fundraising event is this weekend.
During a recent awards ceremony, three Greene County Middle School students were recognized for their patriotic essays. Jefferson Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #9599 Commander James Wasson was on hand to give certificates to the top three winners ...Read more
The public is invited to the final Stuart Chamber of Commerce Community Coffee of 2018. This month’s Community Coffee will take place at Wright Pharmacy from 7-8 a.m. Friday. The event is free to the public and coffee and breakfast treats will ...Read more
Monday, December 17th 9:21am: A Traffic Stop was performed in the 1400 Block of North Elm Street resulting in Gilbert Parra of Yuma, AZ. being cited for, “Excessive Speed.” 10:54am: Marie Albrecht advised she had received the “IRS Phone Scam ...Read more
Monday, December 17th 9:30am: Richard Norton 39 of Scranton was booked into the jail for interference with official acts and operating while under the influence 3rd offense. 10:54am: A deputy removed debris from the roadway on Neola Avenue near ...Read more
Friday, December 14th 8:24am: Joby Hoskinson 35 of Grand Junction was booked into the jail for domestic abuse assault. 12:09pm: A deputy investigated a harassment complaint in the 2100 block of Neola Avenue. 12:27pm: A deputy conducted a welfare ...Read more
December 16, 2018 Carly Flaws of Van Meter was traveling near the 117 mile marker of Interstate 80 when her vehicle struck a deer. No injuries reported. Damage to the vehicle estimated at $3500.00. December 17, 2018 Andrew Poole of Woodward was ...Read more
Click the PDF file below to view the most recent calls for service for the Perry Police Department. Perry PD Report 12-18 ...Read more
A Jefferson woman faces several charges for an alleged assault. According to the Jefferson Police Department, an officer and a Greene County Deputy responded to the incident at 8:25am Saturday in the 600 block of South Olive Street. During the ...Read more
Perry’s Academic, Cultural, and Enrichment Services (PACES) program has long relied on the generosity of the community to sustain itself, and that’s true once again as they bring back the popular “Mitten Wall” for the holidays.