When the building that was Wolf Creek Trading became empty, the City of Eldora was left with a vacant building. That meant it was no longer producing taxes once the city took ownership.
It has taken commitment from all levels within the Grand JiVante organization, with CEO Korey DeBerg, making the announcement on last Monday afternoon. The Ackley facility is once again ranked as a five-star facility according to www.medicare.gov/nursinghomecompare.
Area US Cellular customers may not be getting better coverage with a recent store move in Iowa Falls, but they will be getting other improvements. The move, from 401 N. Oak to 680 S. Oak, means better service, better parking, and better choices.
Without a dime to his name, and an invite to a Clear Lake cabin, Mike Ingebritson needed a job.
When Gene Fisher started K-Van Construction 50 years ago, it was the natural progression of things. He had been in construction for a while, and had been a foreman for the company he ended up buying. Plus, he was about ready to start a family.
Taylor Nederhoff hasn’t been a lawyer for long. But since coming to Iowa Falls, to work first for Barker, McNeal, Wiese & Holt and then Heronimus, Schmidt, Allen, Schroeder & Geer, he has certainly grown into the profession.
Norbys Farm Fleet may not be the biggest in the business, but the company’s stores are right in the heart of where their clientele live and work. That’s what makes them the biggest little store in every town there is one.
Towns the size of Union, population 384, usually see more business leave than arrive. But three new ones officially opened there on Saturday. And all in one location — 411 Center St.
Dave Mitchell doesn’t want to step on the toes of any other business in Eldora. The hometown man also doesn’t like seeing buildings, that were once vibrant in the city’s business landscape, sit empty.
The National Newspaper Association announced this week that the Times Citizen has received five awards in the organization’s 2019 Better Newspaper Editorial Contest.
Nick Lavelle is an Eldora guy born and raised. Still, Eldora was only the most recent piece of LaVelle Storage to open.
How does a small-town bank grow without losing its identity as a hometown business?