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Ben and Laura Miers, managers of the Operahouse Theatre in DeWitt, have announced they’ve made the difficult decision to temporarily close the theater beginning Monday, Jan. 18, and reopen in the spring.  more
Sometimes the timing is right, and when opportunity knocks, you have to answer the door. Steve and Michele Lindle have done just that. more
Marketing continues on the Anderson 400 development site in Princeton, even as the pandemic limited interest and may have long-term effects on commercial space. more
Dr. Pamela Hahn is bringing her passion for low-force chiropractic work to Eldridge, along with a following of loyal patients glad to see her a little closer. more
The Quad-Cities' newest restaurant opened privately this weekend for some dress rehearsals ahead of a Monday, Dec. 14 grand opening. Tom Sacco, CEO, or Chief Happiness Officer, for the parent … more
Tony Sacco’s Coal Oven Kitchen’s distinctions will hit customers of the Quad Cities’ newest restaurant the moment they walk through the door. more
Tasty Café, in Eldridge, made the perfect half-way point for Davenport’s Jeanie Matzen to meet her grandson, Tavian Clausen, of DeWitt, for an early Thanksgiving dinner. The pair, and … more
Japan’s Spiber Inc., a biotech startup that produces lab-grown spider silk for use in clothing and other products, announced Nov. 20  it will expand production of its plant-based protein to Clinton, its first U.S. facility, through a partnership with Archer-Daniels-Midland (ADM). The expansion stems from a relationship between Spiber and Iowa that started with the Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) years ago and solidified during Gov. Kim Reynolds’ trade mission to Japan last year.  more
Riverstone Mining’s quarry near New Liberty will get twice as big, and add rock crushers and storage following Scott County Supervisors’ rezoning of 58.5 acres of farmland for industrial development. more
Dennis Boeck learned a few things over 40 years in the car wash business. more
When the board of directors of the Iowa Grocery Industry Association would get together over the past year, it was a who’s who of industry leaders. more
DuTrac Community Credit Union hosted its 74th and first-ever virtual meeting on Monday, Oct. 12 from the Asbury Office location in Dubuque. Using Zoom and the internet, both live and pre-recorded sessions were broadcasted to the approximately 45 members in attendance.  more
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