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Greg Keppy’s banking career started 20 years ago as a teller. Now, he’s the senior credit officer at First Central State Bank. more
It’s not yet clear how utility regulators in North Dakota will proceed with their reconsideration of a pipeline permit for Summit Carbon Solutions. more
Action by North and South Dakota utility boards give Amy Nelson hope the Iowa Utility Board will follow suit and keep carbon waste pipelines off her property, out of the county and away from Iowa. more
Teenage Mike Oeschner didn’t see the big picture when he crawled across floors in a Walcott home measuring his first job. more
Wolf Carbon Solutions’ pipeline path through Scott County would come within 1,400 feet of Donahue’s Glenn Elementary, and be about 700 feet from the closest residence, company representatives told county officials at a private meeting in August. more
North Scott Chamber executives and members surround Tina Lindle, center, as she snips a ribbon celebrating the expansion of her Tina’s Dance Studio, 2100 E. LeClaire Road, to include gymnastics training. more
Gov. Kim Reynolds “has not influenced” the state permit process for a proposed carbon dioxide pipeline that is nearing its conclusion, a spokesperson said this week. more
State, city and county food inspectors have cited Iowa restaurants and stores for hundreds of food-safety violations during the past four weeks, including unsanitary kitchens, expired food and a lack of running water. more
A Sioux County dairy farmer says she received little direction from state regulators about how to prepare for this week’s Iowa Utilities Board hearing that might determine whether she will be forced to allow a carbon dioxide pipeline to be built across her 80 acres. more
An Iowa administrative law judge has decided that Summit Carbon Solutions should give documents of its “dispersion modeling” to groups that seek them as evidence for the company’s upcoming pipeline permit hearing. more
Summit Carbon Solutions must reveal the financial aspects of its agreements with ethanol plants to the attorneys for two groups that seek to verify the economic claims of Summit’s proposed carbon dioxide pipeline, the Iowa Utilities Board has decided. more
Family, friends, and students joined Lindsey Ambrose at the ribbon cutting for her new Luminous Dance Force studio earlier this month. more
North Scott/Eldridge Chamber of Commerce members and friends surround Double Barrel Drinkery general manager Jordan Brantner and owner Jason McCoy, to officially open the bar at 350 E. LeClaire Road, Wednesday, Aug. 2. more
Summit Carbon Solutions has failed to minimize the negative impacts of its proposed carbon dioxide pipeline in North Dakota and will not be permitted to construct it, state regulators decided earlier this month. more
FORT PIERRE, S.D.— The economic benefits of a proposed carbon capture pipeline came under scrutiny last week during the second day of a permit hearing before South Dakota state regulators at the Casey Tibbs Rodeo Center. more
Iowa tax credits worth $135,000 will be added to Eldridge’s $3.5 million tax break incentives to draw RILCO industrial lubricant plant from Rock Island to the old Bawden press building, 400 S. 14th Ave., Eldridge. more
Representatives from Triple Oak Power presented specifics on a possible wind turbine project to about two dozen people Thursday, July 13, at the Durant Community Center. more
North Scott Hy-Vee manager Kenny Schroeder and First Central State Bank representative Chad Ulrich are joining the board of the Eldridge-North Scott Chamber of Commerce as non-voting members next fiscal year. more
Illinois-based RILCO Lubricants and Services is eyeing the old Bawden print factory in Eldridge to consolidate three Quad-City regional sites, and possibly add on. more
Even the best-built new homes do not sell themselves. more
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