The paper recycling trailer at St. Athanasius School, open to the public, is announcing a change.
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There will be more items available this year at the Prom Dress Sale Extravaganza. In addition to...(Continued)
The “Holy Rollers” at First Methodist Church have been recycling newspapers for more than 55...(Continued)

They were prepared and left no doubt that they would be the team to beat in Des Moines today,...(Continued)
Jesup had two wrestlers advance to the 2A District 4 tournament on Feb. 15.

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Other News Stories In the Jesup Citizen Herald Newspaper
  • And the winner is… results of the caucus in Jesup
  • Senior citizen lunch today
  • Open house Feb. 27 at Jesup Elementary
  • Coffeehouse 2020 is coming!
  • Second half property taxes due by March 31
  • Jubilee News
  • Garden Club will meet Tues., Feb. 25
  • Allen College - UnityPoint Health Names Students To Dean’s List
  • Named to Drake University Dean’s List
  • Fall 2019 University of Dubuque Dean’s List
  • Apply now for BCCF grants
  • County Master Gardeners plan Winter Webcast series
  • Classes to become a Master Conservationist start March 23
  • Soil Fertility Workshop to be offered in Black Hawk County
  • Dunkerton High School and Middle School Honor Rolls
  • Lester Livewires Meet
  • Dunkerton Library News
  • Year three of Fellowship of Christian Athletes at Jesup High School
  • St. A School notes Catholic Schools Week (photos)
  • Jesup Amendment of City Budget
  • Jesup City Council - Feb. 10, 2020
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Other Sports Stories In the Jesup Citizen Herald Newspaper
  • J-Hawks win first round of Regionals
  • Jesup athletes celebrate Senior Night - photos
  • Boys close out regular season 5-16
  • Bosco wrestlers set to defend their titles
  • Bosco girls take on Clarksville, E. Buchanan
  • Don Bosco boys end regular basketball season at 16-5
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