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Some rents will go up and some down

August 18, 2013 Kelvin Leibold, an Iowa State University Extension farm management specialist, said his goal for Thursday’s farmland lease meeting was not to tell landowners how to set their rents, but to help them... more »»

White Transfer & Storage Co. expands

August 11, 2013 Fort Dodge-based White Transfer & Storage Co. is on the move. In mid-July construction began on a new 100,000-square-foot warehouse near U.S. Highway 18 in Kossuth County. more »»

DuPont showcases ag innovation

August 11, 2013 JOHNSTON — As DuPont Pioneer devotes one third of its staff to research and development, finding solutions faster is creating new yield-boosting resources for farmers in Iowa and beyond. more »»

DuPont debuts new innovation center in Iowa

August 11, 2013 JOHNSTON — Modern agriculture is a phenomenal success story, and DuPont’s new Innovation Center in Johnston will help share this story with thousands of people worldwide. more »»

Nutrient management field day set Aug. 27

August 11, 2013 WEBSTER CITY/WOOLSTOCK — Iowa Learning Farms, along with Practical Farmers of Iowa and the Natural Resources Conservation Service, will host a field day at 4 p.m., on Aug. 27 at two sites. more »»

A taste of Mexico

August 4, 2013 Americans have developed a taste for food from Latin America and most especially from our neighbor just south of the Rio Grande. Mexican restaurants are very much in vogue in the U.S. culinary worl. more »»

So, what’s in the water?

August 4, 2013 EAGLE GROVE — There have been several efforts put toward improving water quality by many different agencies. more »»

UnityPoint Health receives top honor

July 28, 2013 UnityPoint Health has been honored by the American Health Association for its trendsetting palliative care program. more »»

No dividends for Webster City Federal

July 28, 2013 WEBSTER CITY — Webster City Federal Bancorp’s board of directors has determined not to pay its next scheduled quarterly dividend in August because of requirements imposed by the Federal Reserve... more »»

Head for the grills

July 28, 2013 Where there’s smoke, there’s flavor when Matthew Nahnsen is cooking. more »»

Farmland leasing, values meetings scheduled

July 28, 2013 AMES (ISU) — Iowa State University Extension is conducting farmland leasing meetings at 10 different central Iowa sites through Aug. more »»

UI boosts local economy

July 21, 2013 Turning out well-educated people with the skills and perspectives necessary to keep the economy robust and the quality of life in society high is a major part of the mission of the University of Iowa. more »»

Brunow empowers riders with special bikes

July 21, 2013 JEFFERSON — The bicycles that fill the showroom of All Ability Cycles are different from those often seen on trails and roads around Iowa. more »»

MidAmerican Energy ranks highest

July 21, 2013 MidAmerican Energy Co.’s customers have again given high marks to the company for excellent customer satisfaction. J.D. more »»

Medical tech comes home to farm

July 21, 2013 SAC CITY — Many years, experiences and miles later, Linda Ritchie is back home caring for and managing her family’s farm. more »»

Sac County sets farmland leasing workshop July 31

July 21, 2013 SAC CITY — The Iowa State University Extension in Sac County has set a farmland leasing workshop for 9 a.m. on July 31, in the Extension office in Sac City. more »»

Mosaic pot workshop set Monday

July 21, 2013 Iowa State University Webster County Extension will be hosting a mosaic flower pot workshop from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p m. Monday, at 217 S. 25th St., in Fort Dodge. more »»

ILF hosts soil health day in Albert City

July 21, 2013 ALBERT?CITY — Iowa Learning Farms, along with Practical Farmers of Iowa, will host a soil health day at 4 p.m. on July 30 in the Ag Partners meeting room, 30 E. Main, in Albert City. more »»

Humboldt nail technician’s art featured nationally

July 14, 2013 HUMBOLDT — For the past 10 years, Bobbie Taylor has been polishing and adding custom art to her client’s nails. It started as a hobby at first, but has since gained her national recognition. more »»



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