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?
There’ll be a new place – in fact, several new places – to eat lunch in New Providence next month.
If a farmer should sell at a certain time when the market dictates it’s best to sell, Julie Roe will say so. If a farmer interested in hiring her wants to talk about her stage 4 non-small cell lung cancer, she’ll be right up front about that too.
It wasn’t Robert Arnold’s idea to open a bait and tackle shop in Iowa Falls. He more or less got talked into it. One short week after opening Scenic City Bait, he’s happy he listened.
When owner Michele Simpson returned to the Longbranch Supper Club (Geneva) after a grocery run on March 30, she opened the door for what she thought could have been a final time. Just 30 minutes from opening for the night, she discovered there had been a fire.
New Providence’s reputation as a home for young entrepreneurs paid off again recently. There is no missing High Performance Livestock Equipment and Fencing Supply when coming into town from north.
Hansen Family Hospital’s employees and visitors will be able to get a little taste of downtown Iowa Falls at the hospital very soon. On Wednesday, the hospital’s Board of Trustees approved a lease agreement between HFH and downtown Iowa Falls’ coffee shop, Coffee Attic, which will allow for …
Erin Bandow keeps outdoing herself. What started as a Facebook store, her Find Your Fabulous has outgrown two brick-and-mortar shops. She admits that she probably won’t outgrow a third.
The Board of Directors of Green Belt Bank & Trust announced this week that it has hired Kirk Yung to be the new president and chief executive officer of the bank. He will begin work on April 29.