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Scott Bush
Scott Bush
Templeton Rye Spirits is the company that just can't escape history.
  • American Home Shield, the nation’s leading home-warranty business, is finding about 40 percent of its 400-employee Carroll workforce outside of the city. 
  • Gamers find paradise in new Carroll store
    Ryan Greteman couldn’t think of a single family in the Carroll area without a video game system among its members’ collective electronics. 
  • The Manning City Council sold the old fire station, located along Highway 141, for $50,000 Tuesday night to Adams Motor Co., which intends to renovate the building into an automotive-sales and -service center. 
  • ‘The old-fashioned way’
    At one table, a couple work together to bone pork. At another, a man uses a Hobart meat slicer to section pieces of meat. The processes are well-oiled. Familiar. 
  • Hartung seed facility slated to open in January
    Weather permitting, Hartung Brothers’ new conditioning and bagging facility should be operational in Coon Rapids by the start of the new year. 
  • Iowa Legendary Rye secures permits, eyes March 1 sales
    The bark of the white dog soon will be hitting palates of Carroll whiskey drinkers. 
  • A Broadway heart beats in downtown Carroll
    Sonia Walsh, a local actress with community theater and commercial experience, has turned a love of her craft into what many parents say is a remarkable confidence generator for Carroll-area young people. 
  • South Florida gaming exec returns to Wild Rose
    A 43-year-old gaming industry veteran is returning to the Midwest from South Florida to assume the role of general manager of the casino-and-entertainment complex in Jefferson. 
  • Osweiler’s offers bold fashion for women
    Carroll shoppers like their “bling,” said Ron Birkestrand, owner of Osweiler’s, a recently opened store in downtown Carroll’s Westgate Mall specializing in women’s fashion. 
  • Devansoy, a leading soy protein ingredient manufacturer and noted soy food industry pioneer, today promoted its chief operating officer, Deb Koster, to CEO. 
  • Mexican restaurant to open in Glidden
    It doesn’t look like much now — stacked paper cups, forgotten old liquor bottles, empty tables. But in about a month, Victor Peña, who lives in Coon Rapids and owns Las Margaritas, a Mexican restaurant there, plans to open the doors of a second Mexican restaurant of the same name in Glidden. 
  • New to You
    Betty Klocke has worked among tucked-away shelves of ever-changing household treasures, antiques, clothing and accessories on Heires Avenue in Carroll for 25 years. But this September, the atmosphere changed for Klocke — she walked into the store for the first time as its owner, fulfilling a lifelong dream. 
  • West Central VP to take co-op’s top job
    Milan Kucerak, the executive vice president of dairy and animal nutrition for West Central Cooperative, will ascend to president and chief executive of the company in February, according to a company press release today. 
  • A Carroll-based venture plans to distill its own version of rye whiskey in the former Carroll Apothecary building on Main Street. 
  • Hospital acquires robotic surgery tool
    A robot can’t do surgery — but it can help. 
 
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