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Scott Bush
Scott Bush
Templeton Rye Spirits is the company that just can't escape history.
  • 'Freaky fast' subs arrive next week
    Jimmy John's, the "freaky fast" sandwich restaurant chain, is finishing up construction on U.S. Highway 30 in Carroll at the former KFC location and is set to open Tuesday. 
  • Check strengthens hospital, railroad ties
    For Carroll's railroad workers, a nearby hospital is an asset. 
  • Carroll leaders support casino effort
    Several prominent Carroll County political and business leaders, citing regional development potential, have strongly endorsed plans for a Greene County casino. 
  • Dow's move eliminates Renze jobs in Templeton
    Six employees at Templeton's Renze Seeds lost their jobs last month after the company was integrated into Prairie Seed Brand Company, both subsidiaries of Dow AgroSciences.

    With the integration of Renze into Prairie Brand, the Renze operation in Templeton will be closing its doors after Aug. 31 and moving to Story City. 
  • Renze Seed operation in Templeton to close
    Longtime seed producer Renze Seed will be closing its operations in Templeton in August. 
  • Lou Lou's comes to Carroll
    The bright purple and chevron pattern outside Lou Lou's adds a fresh and trendy store front to the Westgate Mall in Carroll. 
  • More than 650 firms in Iowa have the ability to expand to the tune of $9.3 billion in capital - but the state of the workforce is holding them back, said Iowa Economic Development Authority director Debi Durham. 
  • Governor joins in Templeton Community Center grand opening
    The Templeton Community Center, a former Catholic school refashioned through a public-private effort into an events center with potential for regional draw, opened Saturday night with a grand celebration headlined by Gov. Terry Branstad and attended by more than 300 people. 
  • Greene County casino deserves state approval, says candidate for Governor
    Democratic candidate for governor Jack Hatch says state regulators should provide an "open market" and a "chance" for Iowa communities to develop casinos - and not analyze the effects on existing gaming complexes when making calls on licensing. 
  • Sonia Walsh opening Carroll acting studio
    Sonia Walsh, a Carroll educator and actor with a resume of commercial and dramatic work, has announced plans to open a private acting studio for children and adults. 
  • McDermott, Knobbe earn Kuemper academic honors
    Aly McDermott is valedictorian and Karla Knobbe salutatorian of the Kuemper Catholic High School Class of 2014. 
  • Main Street Manning recognized at state award ceremony
    In the 28 years Iowa has had a Main Street program, the return on public invest has been 87-to-1 - $87 invested by private businesses and organizations for every $1 of state funding. 
  • Hy-Vee director has 'old-school' approach
    Each workday morning, Jason Sheridan walks the aisles of the Carroll Hy-Vee store he directs, touching up the shelves, reaching for errant items on the floor if needed, cleaning as he moves through the grocery, mentally running through his busy agenda. 
  • SunnyBrook of Carroll to add 18 apartments
    Planning is underway for expansion of SunnyBrook of Carroll Assisted Living & Memory Care, according to manager Bruce Boehm. 
  • Century-old Templeton bar to be torn down, rebuilt
    It has been standing for 133 years, serving as a bar for more than a century, said Shell Irlbeck, co-owner of The Still bar and restaurant in Templeton. 
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