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LAST YEAR THE WINTER BROUGHT AN UNFORTUNATE PROBLEM FOR THE AMERICAN SWINE HERD.. PORCINE EPIDEMIC DIARRHEA VIRUS OR PEDV.. WHICH BEGAN KILLING YOUNG PIGLETS BEFORE THEY HAD A CHANCE TO BE COUNTED IN THE AVERAGE NUMBER OF PIGS PER LITTER.
CORALVILLE — Construction crews in Coralville are hoping to resolve a dangerous situation on Highway 965 by redirecting traffic to new pavement early next month.
A stretch of Highway 965 between Heartland Dr. and Oakdale Blvd. has been under Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — This Friday, Smulekoff’s Home Store will open its doors for the last time. The furniture store, which has been part of the downtown fabric for 125 years, will close. For months, big yellow and red signs advertising its final days ha Read More »
The executive director of the airport in Rochester, Minn., has been named director of The Eastern Iowa Airport in Cedar Rapids.
Martin Lenss, 44, brings 20 years of airport management experience to the regional airport. Lenss was previously Read More »
THE 2014 RENEWABLE FUEL STANDARD IS NOT COMPLETE.. AND NOW.. IT WON’T BE SET BY THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY UNTIL 2015.
ON FRIDAY.. E-P-A ANNOUNCED IT WILL NOT FINALIZE THE R-F-S THIS YEAR.
LAST YEAR.. THE AGENCY PROPOSED RENE Read More »
WASHINGTON COUNTY — A Washington County man believes a state program aimed at giving advantages to those with disabilities is out of control and actually doing the opposite.
James Goff is licensed through the state’s Business Enterprises Pr Read More »
MARION — More than 60 companies have pledged to hire veterans in connection with Iowa’s “Home Base Community” program.
Gov. Terry Branstad on Monday named Marion a Home Base Iowa community in recognition of local employers’ desire to provide Read More »
THE NEW FARM BILL USHERED IN A NEW SAFETY NET, AND BEGINNING ONE WEEK AGO TODAY, PRODUCERS AND LANDOWNERS HAVE THE CHANCE TO FORMALLY SELECT WHICH OF TWO NEW RISK MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS THEY WANT FOR THEIR OPERATION.
PRODUCERS CAN CONSIDER THE Read More »
IOWA CITY — The rezoning application that has stirred public concern for three mid-19th century cottages has been withdrawn by the applicant.
That said, the future of the cottages at 608, 610, and 614 S. Dubuque St. remains unclear now that Read More »
It’s a sewer’s dream come true. Nolting Manufacturing in Hiawatha is stiching the seams of success.
“We make all the frames for the machines,” said Dan Terrill, President of Nolting Manufacturing. “We’re one of only 2 or 3 made in the Read More »
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