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More than 300 people turned out Wednesday to help Waspy’s celebrate the officials opening of its truck stop and cafe complex in Templeton.
More than 300 people turned out Wednesday to help Waspy’s celebrate the officials opening of its truck stop and cafe complex in Templeton.
  • Roiland to lead Western Iowa Networks
    The company that provides Carroll County with television, telephone and superfast internet service has someone new at its helm.
  • Carroll 2.7% unemployment rate stalls growth, Landauer says
    Carroll County posted a 2.7 percent unemployment rate for the month of January, a figure the county’s top economic-development official says is a roadblock to growth and expansion.
  • First American Home Warranty hires 14, opens Carroll office
    In early February Carroll residents may have noticed some activity at one of the new office spaces housed in the former Tony’s Restaurant building at the intersection of Highway 30 and 71.
  • Recipe for success
    Cookies Food Products is celebrating its 40th anniversary as one of the largest regional sauce manufacturers in the country.
  • Wild Rose records $2.1 million in January revenue
    Wild Rose Casino and Resort in Jefferson posted gaming revenues of $2.1 million for January, according to documents filed with the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission.
  • Bank poised to build classy new downtown office
    Commercial Savings Bank has planned a groundbreaking for its new two-story bank building in Carroll for 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 2. The address of the new bank is 325 Highway 30 West, just north of the Carroll Chamber of Commerce complex and east of Culver’s restaurant. CSB expects the new bank to open in June 2018.
  • Carroll County State Bank changes name today
    With a growing western and central Iowa footprint, Carroll County State Bank, a financial institution with roots reaching into the earliest days of European settlement here in the 1870s, officially changed its name today.
  • Farner-Bocken sold for $190 million
    A publicly traded distribution company based in San Francisco with a sweeping North American reach has purchased Farner-Bocken, an anchor of Carroll’s commercial corridor with local family-owned roots tracing back to 1939.
  • Kmart, Payless closing in Carroll
    Corporate officials with Kmart and Payless shoes’ parent companies confirm the separately owned national brands will close their Carroll stores.
  • Chiropractor Greteman seeks family time at new office
    Paul Greteman was a 17-year-old kid in 1986 when he drove his older brother’s Camaro down Carroll’s main drag with four of his friends.
  • Adam goes solar
    Adam Schweers, a foresighted local entrepreneur with a zeal for new ideas and technologies, has long spotted business opportunities around many corners of the universe.
  • World domination
    You could literally go to the ends of the Earth and still not find an A&W restaurant that had a better year than the one at 42.0172 degrees north latitude and 94.3774 degrees west longitude. Here’s a hint: That’s closer than you think.
  • Running a “good” business that provides “products, talent and services to the community and industry” is not enough for Dr. Daryl Olsen, a partner in AMVC, based in Audubon.  Instead, he strives to run a “great” business.
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