Shortly after Ryan Roepke opened Sky High Kustoms at 2131 Edgington Ave. in Eldora, he knew he needed some help. After looking for an experienced auto body person, and failing, he’s still looking.
Last year Autumn Deemer knew two things about the people around her, they loved motorcycles and needed something to do. So she organized the inaugural Pine Lake Festival Motorcycle Show - and now it's growing.
Opening a brewery in the tiny Wright County town of Clarion was no small move for Willie and Teresa Lancaster and their business partners. It was an even bigger move for the Lancasters to open a second Timbukbrü on their own amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Gabi Damiano has had quite the year so far. The 2019 Iowa Falls-Alden High School graduate no sooner left for a five-week tour of Europe, than she was back home, quarantined as the coronavirus pandemic made its way across the globe.
The Eldora Kiwanis Turnabout Thrift Store has been closed, and will remain closed until July 15, but the store wasn’t shuttered only because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The pandemic has certainly changed the stereotypical dynamic of the American barbershop. Gone is the row of chairs typically filled with men from fathers with their young sons to retirees in seed corn hats. All talking with each other and their barber about sports, current issues, and cautio…
The idea of sitting at home during quarantine didn’t appeal to KayLeigh Behounek.
When Mick Zoske started his business — Zoske’s Sales and Service — in 1998, he had no idea he’d one day help revolutionize an industry. But by the time AgPremier Inc., acquired his Iowa Falls-based line of manure management equipment and operations two years ago, that’s exactly what Zoske wa…
It happens on occasion. An employee likes the job so much, he or she buys the company.
Hy-Vee stores are undergoing several changes in how the West Des Moines-based grocery store chain operates. Some will be noticeable to the everyday shopper, others will not.
Chris Glienke’s goal is to run a Fareway store someday. The 29-year-old’s journey with the Boone-based grocery store company began 13 years ago, but the real road to becoming a manager took off in Iowa Falls this year.
It’s like a kennel for horses. That’s the simplest explanation. But what South Fork Livestock Equine Boarding really is, is much more.