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Manchester, Waverly recognized amid broadband push

MANCHESTER, Iowa — The signature buildings of the hub of Delaware County also reveal wireless service towers on top.

Schools. The medical buildings. Even multiple water towers.

A blending of what one would expect in a town of Read More »

Agribusiness Report Jan. 30

Typically farmers have two ways to sell their food locally: directly, through farmers markets, roadside stands and farm stores, or by way of inter-mediated market channels, like grocers, restaurants and schools.

In 2012, local foods around t Read More »

Nationwide to move 175 jobs out of Des Moines to Columbus

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. has plans to move 175 jobs out of Des Moines to its Ohio headquarters.

Company spokesman Eric Hardgrove tells the Des Moines Register the company’s home mortgage operation Read More »

Agribusiness Report Jan. 29

The sustainable Iowa land trust or silt launched in Des Moines, with a goal of keeping more of Iowa’s land in local food production.

The idea behind silt is for landowners to donate their own acres to the trust, which will then keep i Read More »

Court petitioned to liquidate CoOportunity Health

Iowa Commissioner Nick Gerhart filed a petition with the Polk County District Court on Thursday, seeking the liquidation of not-for-profit health insurer CoOportunity Health.

The health co-op was set up with $146 million in federal funds un Read More »

Fertilizer plant in Lee County slated to open late 2015

WEVER (AP) — A $1.9 billion fertilizer plant in southeastern Iowa is expected to begin production later this year.

In a project update released this week, Iowa Fertilizer Co. says plant construction should be complete by August, with Read More »

IBM mass layoff includes about 200 in Dubuque

DUBUQUE — IBM confirmed Wednesday it is laying off workers at its Dubuque office as part of a worldwide layoff of “a few thousand” workers.

President and CEO of the Greater Dubuque Development Corporation, Rick Dickinson Read More »

Uber urges Iowa City area residents to speak up

IOWA CITY — With one vote left on several proposed changes to Iowa City’s taxicab and ride-sharing regulations, Uber officials are calling on area residents to speak up.

An email sent Tuesday from Uber Iowa to subscribers asks Read More »

Agribusiness Report Jan. 28

On January 27 in Altoona, the Iowa Renewable Fuels Association held its ninth annual Iowa renewable fuels summit.

One purpose of the summit is to look at the year ahead.

For 2015, that means both optimism and uncertainty.

That&# Read More »

Iowa added 16,400 nonfarm jobs, reduced unemployment in 2014

DES MOINES (AP) — Iowa has seen an increase in nonfarm jobs and a decrease in its unemployment rate in the past year.

Data released Tuesday shows Iowa gained 16,400 nonfarm jobs in 2014. The state’s jobless rate dropped to 4.1 Read More »

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