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Don Daufeldt said he didn’t know a thing about raising turkeys when he first got into the business in 1988. more
Central Bancshares, Inc. of Muscatine, and Walcott Trust and Savings Bank, based in Walcott, have jointly announced an agreement where Central Bancshares, Inc., will acquire Walcott Trust and Savings Bank. more
West Liberty Foods started as a business of 47 farm families. Almost a quarter-century later, it continues as a family business, although the turkey processing plant in West Liberty could be called anything but a small family business. more
The Dittmer family’s Grand View farms will add another confined feeding operation, JT Cleona Pork LLC near Stockton. more
John and Joan Maxwell have plenty to keep them busy on their rural Donahue dairy farm, and also find time to serve their communities in a variety of ways. more
An economic summit scheduled for later this month has been canceled. more
Because of the Illinois state-mandated restrictions on restaurants and bars, Circa '21 Dinner Theater will be closed for the next two weeks. more
Moments before press time, The NSP received this latest news from the Mississippi Valley Bankers Association, the Illinois Quad Cities Chapter of Credit Unions and Iowa Great River Chapter of Credit Unions: more
Lewis Machine and Tool welcomes workers, their families and other invited guests to its new Eldridge plant, 1600 E. Leonard Court, June 30. The firm had issued an open house press release earlier … more
As the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) learns of additional positive cases of 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Gov. Kim Reynolds signed a proclamation on Friday to temporarily suspend requirements for transportation of food, medical supplies, cleaning products, and other household goods by removing restrictions on oversize and overweight loads. more
Governor Reynolds on Monday announced assistance for workers and employers impacted by layoffs related to COVID-19. The guidance includes information for employees filing for unemployment insurance claims, as well as information on programs available for employers. more
Scott County Board chairman Tony Knobbe looks away from farm fields and towards central cities for development opportunities championed by the entire region over the next decade. more
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