Templeton Rye Spirits is the company that just can't escape history.
The bark of the white dog soon will be hitting palates of Carroll whiskey drinkers.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
A Carroll-based venture plans to distill its own version of rye whiskey
in the former Carroll Apothecary building on Main Street.
A robot can’t do surgery — but it can help.
A Taco Bell in Carroll is expected to be open in the summer of 2015, and
on the early end if weather is favorable, said an official with the
developer building the franchise in the city.
Carroll City officials have building documents for Taco Bell and Dunkin’
Donuts, two well-established national restaurant chains that plan to
locate separately in the city limits.
What’s the difference-maker at the grill, the edge that puts a competitor over the top with the art of smoking meat?
For Ryan Thelin, it’s that last ingredient, the touch to pique the palate of judges.
Local business owners and community leaders gathered at Van Meter in
Carroll Wednesday as employees broke ground on a new 26,000-square-foot
warehouse and sales facility.
Four years ago, Sandy Seim, of Omaha, Nebraska, took a Gallup
self-assessment test called the Clifton Strengths Finder and discovered
her “activator strength” shined through. According to the test, “People
strong in the Activator theme can make things happen by turning thoughts
into action.” This is especially true for Sandy. Not only do new ideas
frequently pop up into Sandy’s head, her head tells her to get things
done right away at home and for her crafting business. “It keeps me up
at night,” Sandy joked.
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