Times Citizen Communications has announced that Iowa Falls resident Elaine Loring has accepted the position as editor of the Times Citizen and began her duties on Wednesday, July 6.
What Cecil King started in 1947 – King’s Construction – has blossomed into a leader in the construction and overhead door business under brothers Lance and Lincoln Sharar. July 13 marks two anniversaries, the founding 75 years ago and the Sharar’s purchase of the business 25 years ago, with …
Harm Jass knows how to make a first impression.
Layne Aldinger was always the little boy who liked to get dirty. Now he’s a man who’s profession is to get dirty.
Korin Krukow is 40 years old and has already owned and operated a business for 15 years. Now she has moved that business, Korner Window, from her hometown in Ackley to Iowa Falls.
Diana Raska-Goecke, 45, started life after graduating from Hubbard-Radcliffe High School in 1995. She wanted to be an interior designer, but somewhere along the way she turned to business. Then, with an ailing grandmother, another occupation jumped on her radar.
While the inside is not where Rocky Damiano said it will be even in just a couple months, Nimrod Meats in Iowa Falls is open for business.
An agreement signed on Wednesday between Navigator CO2 Ventures LLC and POET, the world's largest producer of biofuels, could have a direct effect on Iowa Falls and Hardin County landowners.
The southwest corner of Rocksylvania Avenue and Oak Street in Iowa Falls has been a buzz for the last several months. From the announced closing of the laundromat, the word that a coffee shop was opening in its place, it seems all eyes and ears have been there.
What started as a simple inquiry — one made almost as a joke — has turned into a new adventure for Quintin and Bobbie Ites and their family.
It may seem like Dr. Dalton Miller was on the fast track to being owner of an optometry practice, and he said it was always a goal. But it wasn’t something he set out to do by age 30 after only four years in practice. It just sort of happened.
Caroline Simermeyer was just 7 years old when she got on her first horse. Now, at 19, she’s helping others experience the thrill she got from that first time.