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Templeton Rye Spirits is the company that just can't escape history.
  • 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. 
  • The Plant Nanny: It's more than watering
    Karen Boyce says her thriving Carroll-based Plant Nanny business sprouted from a sixth-grade seed.

    Literally. 
  • SARH rolls out online portal
    St. Anthony Regional Hospital patients can now check their medical history, account statements and schedule appointments online. 
  • Owners of Char-Mac Assisted Living have announced plans to build a 36-unit assisted living campus in Manning, looking for opening late spring or early summer 2015 . Jeanine Chartier and her husband Stan, of Lawton, Iowa, own and operate two facilities in northern Iowa. Char-Mac Assisted-living in Lawton opened in 2000. Char-Mac of Holstein opened in 2005 and was expanded for senior living in 2012. 
  • New electronic health-record system is EPIC change for SMCH
    Stewart Memorial Community Hospital is joining a network of over 350 health-care locations, many of them Unity Point affiliates, across the Midwest in implementing a new electronic health-record system called EPIC. 
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