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Scott Bush
Scott Bush
Templeton Rye Spirits is the company that just can't escape history.
  • New branch opening for popular consignment shop
    The store means two very different things to the people who walk in it. 
  • Hy-Vee’s new Market Cafe scheduled to open Dec. 18
    Carroll’s Hy-Vee store will blend its traditional kitchen and deli with a modern menu of new selections in a restaurant and bar called the Market Cafe. 
  • AMVC unveils new facility
    Voices of hundreds of business owners, residents and elected officials mingled together to fill AMVC Veterinary Services’ new 17,316-square-foot facility in Audubon Friday as employees led visitors on tours to celebrate its opening. 
  • Computer Concepts moving to remodeled Court Street building

    Computer Concepts of Iowa is moving from its long-standing Main Street location to the two-story building on the southeast corner of Court Street and U.S. Highway 30, most recently home to Wittrock Financial.

     
  • College ag student doubles as family fudge-maker
    At the Barn Owl Gift and Greenhouse in Breda, the transition to fall is heralded by a familiar, mouth-watering, scent — homemade fudge. 
  • Expansion underway at Toyne
    Concrete work for a 10,500-square-foot addition to Toyne, Inc.’s main office building was completed just days before temperatures in the region plunged below freezing, said company president Mike Schwabe. 
  • Concrete, condensing units on manufacturing tour for Durham
    Two neon yellow hard hats lean toward each other, their wearers — Hancock Concrete Products sales manager Scott Hofer and Iowa Economic Development Authority Director Debi Durham — speaking loudly to be heard over the sounds of the dry cast machine as its vibrations shake the factory floor. 
  • Templeton Rye Spirits CEO Vern Underwood says the company is moving forward with plans to bring full distillation to Carroll County. What’s more, the whiskey maker is forming a committee to develop a museum in Templeton connected to the historic product. 
  • Kobergs reach world with Guthrie-made outrigger pads
    From the Koberg home to the world. That’s not the motto of Guthrie Center-based DICA Outrigger Pads. But it is the summary of a remarkable story of Iowa ingenuity for this family owned-and-operated business that’s achieved international ambitions while hewing to its rural roots. 
  • Say 'cheese,' and  select a wine
    Santa Maria Vineyard & Winery president John Guinan says the 5-year-old business, which has earned plaudits from arbiters of food and drink such as Midwest Living magazine, is eyeing growth ideas. 
  • Rye Spirits plans to build distillery, museum in Templeton
    Just hours before celebrating the opening of a $1.7 million community center they helped fund, members of the Templeton Rye Spirits brain trust gathered at their distinctive facility in this southern Carroll County city. 
  • Developer eyes Coon Rapids for meatpacking plant
    Northeast Iowa "farm boy" Jesse Stevens, founder of LimeSprings Beef LLC, pitched a plan to develop a network of small regional packing plants to members of the Coon Rapids Rotary Club Thursday afternoon. 
  • Needle & thread
    Help wanted: seamstress - or at least someone who can patch holes and hems and fix buttons. 
  • Toploft Clothing aims for the top
    Named after an upstairs loft at the family's home and having a piece of heart in the name, Toploft Clothing and its owner Stephanie Hackfort are spicing up the Thomas Plaza in Carroll. 
  • A vacant storefront costs everyone in a community, said business redevelopment specialist Hilary Greenberg during a Main Street Iowa workshop in Jefferson last week. 
 
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