Stephanie Wood has owned and operated Salon Sovereign in Iowa Falls since August 2011. Almost nine years later, she has moved the business a second time. Approximate ground covered in those moves is 100 feet. Less if she could have moved through floors.
When Lisa Hoodjer started working at Scenic Living Communities in February 2012, her career path was basically set. Her first job with the Iowa Falls senior care facility was administrator of Scenic Manor.
Between COVID-19, derecho and even murder hornets, the year 2020 has been a tough one for almost everything, but surprisingly not for farmland prices in Iowa.
Merida and Istref Vishaj weren’t born in the United States, but at their new restaurant - Sunshine Café on the square in Eldora - American fare is the showstopping star.
No one wants to be isolated at home with COVID-19, but that doesn’t mean nothing positive can result from the time alone.
Mike Swartzendruber never really knew what he wanted to be when he grew up. He had many ideas and interests. As time went on, that led him into education where he could nurture the type of kid he was.
It hasn’t been an easy year for entertainment or service business. It’s been even harder for a business that relies on both. Still, Eldora Bowl has survived and even thrived – prompting Tom and Dawn Harrell to buy the bowling alley.
After 18 months, Hardin County finally has its drone footage.
When a group of Iowa Falls residents decided to open a thrift store, they started looking around for a location. Led by Ardeth and Jason Steffen, they and Adam Boyer and Darla Sharar decided on Eldora. They didn’t want to take away from the Church Women United Thrift Store in Iowa Falls.
In the middle of a pandemic, what’s a couple more weeks of waiting? Rhonda Diemer is hoping it means customers once she opens Criss Cross Stitchery.
New rules dictating how federal stimulus money can be spent has cost Hansen Family Hospital more than $700,000 since being announced in October by the Department of Health and Human Services.
A leap of faith has proved to be a good move for one local repairman. With years of small engine experience, Aaron Matthews opened his own shop in Iowa Falls just after the first of the year. Now, he has moved Matthews Repair to meet demand.