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Agribusiness Report April 1

Since December, there have been highly pathogenic avian influenza confirmations in migratory wild birds, backyard flocks, and commercial poultry in several states across the U.S.

Iowa neighbor, Minnesota, is the largest turkey producer in th Read More »

Judge blocks Allegiant Air pilot strike, flights expected as normal

A pilot strike at Allegiant Air — which flies non-stop to more destinations from The Eastern Iowa Airport than any other carrier — was temporarily averted by a judge Wednesday evening just hours before the walk-off was expected to af Read More »

Johnson County supervisors to vote on travel ban to states with ‘religious freedom’ laws

JOHNSON COUNTY — A member of the Johnson County Board of Supervisors says the board plans to put a “travel ban” on county travel to Indiana, and any state, that enacts a “religious freedom” law.

Last week I Read More »

Report: Iowa farmland values fell 11 percent over past year

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) - A new report says Iowa’s average farmland values fell 11 percent over the past year after a drop of 4.6 percent a year earlier.

The Des Moines Register reports that the Realtors Land Institute says the new aver Read More »

Westdale redevelopment searching for tenants

CEDAR RAPIDS — The $90 million redevelopment project at Westdale Mall still is underway. Frew Development Group is changing the space into a mix-use area, which will retain anchor stores JCPenney and Younkers, but add in an open-air space f Read More »

Agribusiness Report March 31

The discovery of emerald ash borer larva in Clinton County in eastern Iowa means one-fifth of Iowa counties now have a confirmed infestation.

The emerald ash borer is anticipated to be more than a two-and-a-half billion dollar problem for t Read More »

Vinton woman’s deceased daughter has identity stolen for tax fraud

VINTON — Joan Young said she’s always been a voice for her 13-year-old daughter, Alanna Sackett, who died in January 2014 due to complications involving pneumonia.

“Alanna had cerebral palsy,” Young said. “ Read More »

Uber supports proposed state regulations, eyes Iowa expansion

DES MOINES — Ride-sharing companies such as Uber, which operates in the Cedar Rapids and Des Moines metro areas and is eyeing the Quad Cities and Sioux City, would be regulated by legislation being considered by state lawmakers.

Uber Read More »

Waverly already preparing for summer concert festival

WAVERLY — City officials are already preparing for a two day music festival that will stop in Waverly in June. The “Gentlemen of the Road” tour will set up stages throughout the town, including on the Wartburg College campus, Read More »

Housing, retail project to be reviewed in coming months, years

CEDAR FALLS - Cedar Falls city leaders could review part of a major housing and retail project as early as next month.

The site of Pinnacle Prairie is north of Viking Road in Cedar Falls.

Developers want the community to be a place whe Read More »

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