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Citigroup to lay off 370 Des Moines-area workers

DES MOINES (AP) — Citigroup says it plans to lay off 370 employees in the Des Moines area by the middle of next year.

The company tells The Des Moines Register the decision came from “ongoing efforts” to increase efficiency of its operations Read More »

Farm Rescue nonprofit helping 300th Midwest family

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The Farm Rescue nonprofit in the Midwest is helping its 300th family this week.

The milestone comes just eight years after former North Dakota farm boy and UPS cargo pilot Bill Gross launched the organization to give ba Read More »

Agribusiness Report Oct. 30

CLEAR SKIES AND LITTLE CHANCE OF RAINFALL IS HELPING FARMERS GET CORN INTO THE BINS.

OVER IN ADAIR COUNTY IN SOUTHWEST IOWA.. FARMER DOUG HOLLIDAY IS FINALLY SEEING HOW A WET SPRING AND FALL IMPACTED HIS CROPS AND LAND.

AND AFTER A COU Read More »

Agribusiness Report Oct. 29

LAST WEEK.. THERE WERE MORE THAN FIVE DAYS.. SUITABLE FOR FIELDWORK, ACCORDING TO THE IOWA CROP PROGRESS REPORT.

THE CORN HARVEST IN IOWA IS AT 36 PERCENT COMPLETE.. STILL ABOUT TWO WEEKS BEHIND THE FIVE-YEAR AVERAGE FOR THIS TIME.

S Read More »

Corn moisture remains a concern as farmers progress with harvest

CEDAR RAPIDS — Above-average temperatures and mostly dry weather allowed Iowa farmers to harvest corn and soybeans at a normal pace in the week that ended on Sunday.

With almost all of Iowa’s corn acreage mature, harvest was 36 percent compl Read More »

Agribusiness Oct. 28

WHILE IOWA JUST GOT INTO GREAT HARVEST WEATHER.. BRAZILIAN FARMERS HAVE BEEN STRUGGLING GETTING SEEDS IN THE GROUND.

RIGHT NOW, IT’S TOO DRY.. KIND OF THE OPPOSITE PROBLEM IOWA HAD EARLIER THIS YEAR.

METEOROLOGIST MIKE TANNURA SAYS MAN Read More »

Proposed changes to downtown Iowa City excite arts & business communities

IOWA CITY — A large-scale streetscape plan for downtown Iowa City, which includes sweeping changes, has people in the arts and business communities excited.

The Read More »

Agribusiness Report Oct. 27

GO TO A MEAT COUNTER TODAY AND YOU’LL SEE THAT MANY CUTS ARE LABELED WITH INFORMATION ON WHERE THE ANIMAL WAS BORN, RAISED, AND SLAUGHTERED. AN INTERNATIONAL DECISION HANDED DOWN LAST WEEK DETERMINED THAT THE RULE WHICH REQUIRES THAT INFORMATION I Read More »

Streetscape designs detail big Iowa City downtown changes

IOWA CITY — The latest designs for Iowa City’s massive downtown renovation project detail widened sidewalks, enhanced overhead lighting, public artwork and a clean new look.

Geoff Fruin, assistant to the city manger, said now close to one ye Read More »

New Iowa water rule to reduce farm runoff goes into effect

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A new Iowa clean water rule designed to increase inspections of livestock farms and provide stricter enforcement when manure spills pollute waterways is now in effect, after more than a year of hearings and deliberations by Read More »



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