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June 21, 2015 WATERLOO — From across the state on June 13, thousands of Iowans found their way into Waterloo to visit the John Deere Tractor and Engine Museum in Waterloo. more »»
Hail victims could risk losing money
June 14, 2015 Storm damage to homes and businesses can be one of summer’s more unpleasant surprises. The hailstorm that occurred in Fort Dodge on June 30, 2014, was such an event. more »»
Katy Lynn Boutique has moved
June 14, 2015 Katy Lynn Boutique has moved from 924 Central Ave. to a more spacious location at 1109 Central Ave. — the corner of Central Avenue and 12th Street opposite Daniel Pharmacy. more »»
All about cattle welfare
June 7, 2015 POCAHONTAS — About 40 sixth-graders from the Pocahontas Elementary School had a chance to tour a working cattle operation May 22 and listen to David Vainreb, who explained his approach to animal... more »»
HPAI: What can we do?
May 31, 2015 SIOUX CENTER — Sioux County egg and chicken producers are hoping their May 23 meeting with Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa; Rep. more »»
Lamb production, marketing field day set
May 31, 2015 WILLIAMS — A Practical Farmers of Iowa “Lamb Production and Wholesale Marketing” field day is set from 3-8 p.m. June 7 at the Three Sisters Farm, 2990 260th Ave., 6.5 miles south of Williams. more »»
Rolling Thunder Cycle Shop opens
May 24, 2015 Fifth Avenue South — Fort Dodge’s Corridor of Commerce — is attracting a wide array of new business ventures. Tracy Witte, who has opened Rolling Thunder Cycle Shop at 1800 Fifth Ave. S. more »»
Can state tree nursery be saved?
May 24, 2015 AMES — In an effort to keep its nursery open, the Iowa Department of Natural Resources’ Forestry Bureau will be considering price increases for its trees and shrubs and other policy changes at a... more »»