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Scott Bush
Scott Bush
Templeton Rye Spirits is the company that just can't escape history.
  • Garage to global
    An economic-development minded governor, Terry Branstad is early and eager on the hunt for new Iowa businesses. He’s gone after cattlemen in California, mocked and poached his way through Illinois (a state he suggests is bad for business). And he’s forged ties in Asia and other foreign reaches. 
  • On the job hunt
    A number of prominent Carroll businesses joined other Iowa companies and Midwest firms for a job fair Tuesday in Denison aimed at connecting an increasing number of regional job opportunities with the 400 employees Tyson let go when it closed its Crawford County beef operations earlier this month. 
  • Quality Food Processors, a Denison employer of about 100 workers, today announced plans for a $20-million expansion that will triple its workforce with 200 new employees. 
  • Denison fights to keep Tyson workers in town
    Jeremy Damon’s job each day as a Tyson split-saw operator in the company’s Denison beef plant was to cut cows in half. 
  • Wild Rose reports $1.5 million in revenue for first half month
    Wild Rose Jefferson’s initial monthly state filing shows that the casino pulled in $1.4 million in gaming revenue during its first half month of operations as 29,524 customers hit the gambling floor. 
  • Tyson Fresh Meats, a subsidiary of Tyson Foods Inc., said in a news release issued late this morning that effective today the company will permanently cease beef operations at its plant in Denison. 
  • Refrigeration system makes way from Manning to Chicago
    A forgotten pack of Cheyenne wild cherry cigars lay on a shelf next to a mostly finished bottle of lemonade. 
  • CADC leader: Housing study open-minded, far-reaching
    An organizing — or technical committee — overseeing a county-wide housing study met Thursday to begin a six-month process aimed at spotting opportunities for developers to build here so there is more housing to deepen the local labor pool. 
  • I Saw The Sign
    Opening to the community in June, the business with the name — I Saw The Sign — has grabbed the attention of business owners and those looking to brand themselves around the community. 
  • ‘They’re just gorgeous’
    Their journey from Conegliano, Italy, to Carroll was momentous enough. 

    That’s written in a light-teal shadow across the back of the bag. Inside, lie clumps of granola, hand-cooked by Hillary Crawford, a 1998 Kuemper Catholic High School graduate and daughter of Dave and Terri Prenger. What started as a love for cooking quickly spiraled into a granola brand Hy-Vee continues to carry throughout its Iowa and Nebraska stores.

  • Carroll County’s unemployment rate 2nd-lowest in Iowa
    Only one county in Iowa — Lyon — posted a lower unemployment rate for June than Carroll, according to Iowa Workforce Development. 
  • A personal touch for gifts
    My Way Design, formally Extreme Designs, in Audubon, opened its storefront location June 16. 
  • Westside State Bank holds open house
    Westside State Bank, one of the earliest banks in Carroll County, held an open house in a Carroll Chamber of Commerce business-after-hours July 24th. 
  • Manning nets $75K Challenge Grant for childcare center
    When parents consider moving their children to Manning — or getting pregnant in Manning — one of the first questions they have is about childcare. 
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