An 18-year-old Erin Nelson was focused on her career. That’s something the now-28-year-old Nelson is happy about after opening The Beautique Salon in Radcliffe just a few months ago.
With confirmed cases of influenza in one Hardin County nursing home, the rest are doing everything they can to make sure it doesn’t spread to them. So far, it’s worked.
Tomatoes. That’s all Iowa Falls’ Marty Shogren will disclose about his barbecue sauce recipe.
Harold and Donna Crosser are out and Countryside Turf & Timber is closing, ending an era in the Iowa Falls business scene. Everything became official on Dec. 2 as the longtime owners said goodbye to 33 years of doing business, and hello to new owner Don Van Houweling of Van Wall Equipment.
A hotel feasibility study was presented to the Ackley City Council at its Dec. 11 meeting.
The Hardin County Agricultural Society, also known as the Hardin County Fair, filed a lawsuit last week in Iowa District Court against Spectacular Amusements for breach of contract.
At Friday’s stop in Iowa Falls alone, Iowa Select Farms and the Deb and Jeff Hansen Foundation handed out more than 1,000 pork loins. In all this Christmas season, the local pork producer will give away more than 18,000 of them.
With empty fields all around them, the stacks at Hardin County’s two ethanol plants can be seen billowing their proof that the industry is doing well here. But in other parts of the country exhaust stacks are dormant. Even in Iowa
Joe Tigner always tries to find the best deals for customers, he just hasn’t always been with the customer from the beginning.
Nineteen years ago this month, Hubbard's only grocery store was destroyed by a natural gas explosion. The town went without a local store for the better part of a year until a group of locals stepped up to build a new one and an owner was found.
A contest aimed at collecting aerial footage of Hardin County to use for economic development and tourism purposes has pushed its entry deadline back by a year.
Grundy Center native John Freeman never knew he wanted to be a nursing care administrator until he really knew it. It took years for him to get there. On June 17, that path led him to Heritage Care Center (HCC) in Iowa Falls.