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Templeton Rye expects mash-fed pigs to burst with flavor
Scott Bush
Scott Bush
Templeton Rye Spirits is the company that just can't escape history.

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.
Manning eager for start of assisted-living project
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.
Plans under way for assisted-living facility
Manning could soon have an assisted-living facility, located just south of the school, said Dawn Rohe, city administrator.


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