There will be an American Red Cross blood drive on Monday, December 22, from 12:00-5:00 pm at the First Presbyterian Church in Jesup.
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Santa pictures are ready to be picked up at B&B Farm Store in Jesup! - - .

Jesup Council approves fund-raising feasibility study for Emergency Services Building
The Jesup City Council moved forward on several projects at their December 16 meeting, attended by about 15 citizens and guests. Two council members, Todd Rohlfsen and Darren Engbretsen were absent.

The council heard a report from Justin Tolan of Amperage, a marketing and fund-raising advisory firm in Cedar Falls (formerly ME&V). Tolan asked the council to begin thinking of local people who might be asked to serve on the Feasibility Study Committee to oversee the first part of the fund-raising efforts for a new Emergency Services Building in Jesup.
Council hires fund-raising group for Emergency Services building project
Jesup’s city council approved hiring a fund-raising group to help raise private funds to build a new Emergency Services building here.
Crops & Weather Report November 25, 2014
“The cold weather and snowfall continued to create challenges for farmers, but some progress was made, with 96 percent of corn and 99 percent of soybeans now harvested. Weather has continued to challenge farmers in south central Iowa as they remain well behind the statewide average with only 85 percent of corn harvested,” Northey said.
The American Legion Post 342 had a flag presentation for the fifth graders of Jesup on Oct. 27 in preparation of an essay the students would be writing over what the American Flag means to them. Jesup legionaries talked...(Continued)
The Buchanan County Animal Shelter is pleased to announce they have received a $4,000 grant from the Miccio Foundation.

Despite the six pins that Jesup had over BCLUW’s one on the Dec. 11 Jesup/Union/BCLUW dual, BCLUW still walked away with the 42-36 win. Jesup forfeited matches in the 106, 126, 138, 170, 182 and 220 unfulfilled weight...(Continued)
On Friday, December 5, the Clarksville Indians edged Don Bosco 35-34 in an Iowa Star Conference opener at Clarksville.

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  • Dick Mangrich Retirement Party, Jan. 10

  • Senior Citizen Lunch Dec. 17

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    Other Sports Stories In the Jesup Citizen Herald Newspaper
  • Jesup MS girls are in full basketball mode

  • Jesup girls narrow in on the Cyclones

  • J-Hawk boys beat Denver, 74-69

  • Bosco goes undefeated against North Cedar

  • Dons boast four tournament champions at Parkersburg

  • DB beats Denver on the mat, 44-28

  • Don Bosco boys top Clarksville in opener


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