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Scott Bush
Scott Bush
Templeton Rye Spirits is the company that just can't escape history.
  • Legend goes legal
    Richard Eggers is an entrepreneur who loves what he does. And what he makes, too. The Iowa Legendary Rye co-owner and master distiller (also a master storyteller with a great sense of humor) has a ready operating philosophy about the recently legalized whiskey his Main Street distillery in Carroll is churning out. 
  • Iowa Legendary Rye starts regular sales hours
    Iowa Legendary Rye’s “white whiskey” — the unaged version —is now available for sale at the distillery in the former Carroll Apothecary building (707 N Main St.) 
  • Ben’s Five & Dime is the coolest store ever
    It’s not possible — or prudent — to walk in with a plan. 
  • Carroll County is in the top 1 percent for income mobility for children in the nation — meaning children who grow up here go on to make much more money than if they were raised almost anywhere else in the nation, according to exhaustive national study from Harvard University published in The New York Times. 
  • Local employees and business owners from across the Carroll area recommended speech classes to area middle and high school students Tuesday — effective communication is crucial in any career field, they agreed. 
  • FAC Cooperative to build $14.4M feed mill
    Farmer-owned FAC Cooperative has announced plans to build a feed mill with the capacity to produce 500,000 tons of feed per year, 300,000 tons of which will be pelleted feed. 
  • Westside State Bank expects to open Carroll branch  in May
    Fresh laid brick, new windows and construction workers may be what you have noticed the last few months when traveling through Carroll on Highways 30 and 71.  This busy, bustling construction site will soon be home to Westside State Bank’s Carroll branch. 
  • New assisted-living center breaks ground in Manning
    An estimated 75 area residents packed the Timmerman Shelter House in Manning Thursday afternoon to hear about the city’s new assisted-living center, on which owners had officially broken ground only minutes earlier. 
  • Not a nursing home
    Pauline Lewman’s 12-year-old cat, Buddy, is blind in one eye. It doesn’t slow him down, though, and when Lewman began thinking about a move into senior living, she discovered Swan Place — which would welcome Buddy as well. 
  • Manning named Small Business Community of the Year
    Manning’s mission is to thrive, not just survive, its leaders have said. 
  • Milligans are Carroll Citizens of the Year
    Paul and Tam Milligan, a philanthropic-minded couple with loaded resumes of community involvement, earned the Carroll Citizen of the Year Award for 2014 Monday night at the Chamber of Commerce’s annual banquet. 
  • Three new businesses unveiled in Glidden
    With the snap of giant scissors and the flutter of ribbon, three new or updated businesses celebrated their beginnings in Glidden Monday. 
  • Organizers behind The Children’s Nest, a proposed 45-slot licensed nonprofit child care facility in Audubon County, hope to start enrolling children by the end of 2015. 
  • Imagination is key at M-Squared Academy
    On a wall of multi-colored dots, some bold black script reads: “Happy times are never-ending when we’re playing and pretending.” 
  • 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. 
 
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