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CEDAR RAPIDS — The city is looking for a developer to buy a building damaged in the 2008 flood.
The Knutson Building is at 525 Valor Way and sits right behind the police station.
Several developers met with people from the city Read More »
WAUKON — According to residents, a food particle processing plant is creating a strong odor throughout downtown Waukon. One business owner said the smell is so bad, her customers sometime get sick in the middle of an appointment.
GALENA, Ill. — Environmental concerns remain a top priority for government officials and representatives of BNSF Railroad two weeks after a train derailed and caught fire March 5.
The crude oil that spilled not only Read More »
While corn planting doesn`t start for another month. around mid- to late-April - with the soybean planting season kicking off in early May here in Iowa.
Farmers are already in fields or barns preparing.
In fact, for many Iowa farmers Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Nearly 50,000 residential property owners in Cedar Rapids got the news earlier this month. That’s when the city mailed out new property valuations for everyone.
The Cedar Rapids Assessor’s Office divides Read More »
With bird flu popping up across the nation, economists worry about export markets closing to poultry.
Iowa State University economist Lee Schulz says the chicken and turkey industries were in the middle of expanding. But the pathogenic avian Read More »
VINTON — Some Vinton-Shellsburg high school students are popping with success.
A entrepreneurship class focused on selling popcorn started in 2012, but students say now it's growing.
The school worked with community business Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Great Harvest Bread Co. is baking “honey bunnies” and donating the profits for the second year in a row.
“We get so much from the community, it’s remarkable,” said bakery owner Laurel Read More »
CEDAR RAPIDS — The St. Patrick's Day parade closed dozens of downtown metered parking spaces for four and a half hours Tuesday afternoon, and interrupted the usual traffic flow along Second and Third avenues around the time of the SaPaDaPaSo Read More »
Nearly 60 percent of corn growers will choose agricultural risk coverage over price loss coverage under the new saftey net programs in the 2014 farm bill.
According to a recent Congressional budget office report.
A Farm Journal survey Read More »