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Templeton Rye Spirits is the company that just can't escape history.
  • 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. 
  • Beers in Bayard
    It all started with a round of drinks. Longtime friends Dawn Shepherd of Carroll and Kristin Hansen and Lyn Swing of Coon Rapids met up at a Coon Rapids bar in March for a few drinks and talked, not for the first time, about what had been a longtime dream: owning a bar together. 
  • DTH reporters nab three national journalism awards
    The Daily Times Herald stories won three local newswriting awards this week in the national Inland Press Association 2014 newsroom contests. 
  • Carroll native gives new meaning to human anatomy
    Rachel Stork-Stoltz, has been surrounded by art her whole life. 
  • Santa Maria adds sparkling beverages to wine list
    The pop of a cork. The triumphant fizz of cold air and effervescent wine. 
  • Lawler's winning Hy-Vee prescription: friendliness and professionalism
    Spend part of a day walking through Hy-Vee in Carroll with Ed Lawler. You'll get earfuls of "Hi, Ed." From staff to customers, everyone knows Lawler, a veteran pharmacist and former Carroll City Council member. 
  • Cardiologist crosses country to join Iowa Heart Clinic
    Suzy Feigofsky became a doctor because someone told her she couldn't. 
  • Westside State Bank plans to open a Carroll branch in October at the former Tony's Restaurant location near the intersection of U.S. Highways 30 and 71. 
  • Experts: College not sole path to high-paying careers in rural Iowa
    College is not the only route to a financially rewarding career in central and western Iowa as more and more vocations will demand so-called “middle-skills” jobs, technical and craftsman and computer expertise, says Chad Schreck, a Carroll County native and economic-development leader for a cluster of eight counties in Iowa. 
  • Lt. Gov. Reynolds joins Scranton Manufacturing in ground-breaking
    Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds, saying family-owned rural manufacturing is churning success across Iowa, helped Scranton Manufacturing, an international refuse vehicle developer, break ground Wednesday afternoon on a 56,000-square-foot expansion in Greene County that is projected to add 75 jobs. 
  • We the Dreamerz aims for a new status quo
    Nestled in at 522 N. Adams St. in Carroll, We the Dreamerz and its owner Jade Dirks, 23, are bringing a fresh outlook to the downtown business district. 
  • Puck showcases innovations in Branstad visit
    A highly engaged Gov. Terry Branstad, brimming with questions and commentary on agriculture, said Tuesday he spied the future of rural Iowa in the ingenuity of the growing Puck Custom Enterprises in the Manning area. 
  • Floor tiles delay Jimmy John's opening
    A popular national sandwich restaurant that was set to open in Carroll this week is now expected to begin selling it's "freaky fast" subs on Tuesday. 
  • Iowa Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds will be one of many state and local dignitaries joining Scranton Manufacturing New Way Wednesday, June 25, for an invitation-only groundbreaking ceremony in Scranton. Construction of a 56,000-square-foot expansion at 101 State St. will position New Way for future product growth and boost the local economy with 75 new jobs. 
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