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Scott Bush
Scott Bush
Templeton Rye Spirits is the company that just can't escape history.
  • Quality Food Processors, a Denison employer of about 100 workers, today announced plans for a $20-million expansion that will triple its workforce with 200 new employees. 
  • Denison fights to keep Tyson workers in town
    Jeremy Damon’s job each day as a Tyson split-saw operator in the company’s Denison beef plant was to cut cows in half. 
  • Wild Rose reports $1.5 million in revenue for first half month
    Wild Rose Jefferson’s initial monthly state filing shows that the casino pulled in $1.4 million in gaming revenue during its first half month of operations as 29,524 customers hit the gambling floor. 
  • Tyson Fresh Meats, a subsidiary of Tyson Foods Inc., said in a news release issued late this morning that effective today the company will permanently cease beef operations at its plant in Denison. 
  • Refrigeration system makes way from Manning to Chicago
    A forgotten pack of Cheyenne wild cherry cigars lay on a shelf next to a mostly finished bottle of lemonade. 
  • CADC leader: Housing study open-minded, far-reaching
    An organizing — or technical committee — overseeing a county-wide housing study met Thursday to begin a six-month process aimed at spotting opportunities for developers to build here so there is more housing to deepen the local labor pool. 
  • I Saw The Sign
    Opening to the community in June, the business with the name — I Saw The Sign — has grabbed the attention of business owners and those looking to brand themselves around the community. 
  • ‘They’re just gorgeous’
    Their journey from Conegliano, Italy, to Carroll was momentous enough. 

    That’s written in a light-teal shadow across the back of the bag. Inside, lie clumps of granola, hand-cooked by Hillary Crawford, a 1998 Kuemper Catholic High School graduate and daughter of Dave and Terri Prenger. What started as a love for cooking quickly spiraled into a granola brand Hy-Vee continues to carry throughout its Iowa and Nebraska stores.

  • Carroll County’s unemployment rate 2nd-lowest in Iowa
    Only one county in Iowa — Lyon — posted a lower unemployment rate for June than Carroll, according to Iowa Workforce Development. 
  • A personal touch for gifts
    My Way Design, formally Extreme Designs, in Audubon, opened its storefront location June 16. 
  • Westside State Bank holds open house
    Westside State Bank, one of the earliest banks in Carroll County, held an open house in a Carroll Chamber of Commerce business-after-hours July 24th. 
  • Manning nets $75K Challenge Grant for childcare center
    When parents consider moving their children to Manning — or getting pregnant in Manning — one of the first questions they have is about childcare. 
  • ‘I like different’
    Near the entrance of the The Market Place, a scrawled message on a small chalkboard reads: “I love you more than coffee, but not always before coffee.” 
  • Scents of Success
    Jenny Reicks, local creator of handmade soap and mother of four, created Lotions and Lathers, a natural bath line locally made containing less than a handful of ingredients. What started as a bonding opportunity between Reicks and her then-11-year-old daughter, Lexi, grew into a side business with products featured in the local We the Dreamerz boutique and now on the brand’s website. 
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