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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.
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    Spanning a large swath of the Great Plains and the Northwest the family-owned Bomgaars chain is four times larger than it was when the farm-and-home supply store started selling everything from shovels to shirts in Carroll 15 years ago.

  • Carroll’s Bomgaars moving to former Kmart
    Bomgaars Supply, a family-owned farm, clothing and home-store operation, has purchased the recently closed Kmart in Carroll and plans to move its business there as soon as possible, Carroll Bomgaars store manager Mark Nepple said.
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  • A stellar history
    It is hard to believe that the Commercial Savings Bank has been a part of Carroll for 100 years. To tell the story of Commercial Savings Bank is to portray the story of the “Moehn Bank,” and the heart and soul of the bank — Ray Moehn. Along with his wife, Hazel, and sons, grandchildren and great-grandsons, Ray Moehn  established and continues a vital part of Carroll. Ray Moehn loved his town and provided trusted service for financial needs, along with a caring human element, through his bank.  You can feel the warmth of his character and personality as you read about his fair-minded attitude in his banking and his enthusiasm for community activities.
  • Wild Rose Jefferson patrons fed about $14.7 million into penny slot machines during June, according to filings with the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission.
  • Ralston’s REG eyes December completion of $28M expansion
    Renewable Energy Group, North America’s largest biodiesel producer and a publicly traded company, expects to have a $28 million Ralston expansion operational by December, company officials said Tuesday.
  • Breda’s MoveIt holding solar open house
    Want to see how the latest in solar power works for a local company, how it pencils out to better the bottom line?
  • Gossett named CEO of Raccoon Valley Electric Cooperative
    Raccoon Valley Electric Cooperative (RVEC) has named Jim Gossett as its new chief executive officer.
  • American Home Shield, one of Carroll’s largest employers, is enhancing the college internship process by offering not only resume-building experience, but an income to students.
  • ‘Fashion-forward’ clothing sold at Hy-Vee pop-up store
    For the next week, after running into Hy-Vee for dark chocolate, acorn squash and wine — or baby formula, or a six-pack of Bud — you can cross the parking lot and grab a cute new outfit as well.
  • Governor: Gossett key on rural-focused energy plan
    Gov. Kim Reynolds tells the Daily Times Herald a Carroll County leader helped construct a wide-ranging energy plan for Iowa, one the newly installed governor highlights as central for economic growth in the Hawkeye State.
  • Carroll Pizza Hut celebrates 45 years in business, offers 1972 prices
    Pizza Hut has sought to reinvent the way consumers eat and order their pizza.
  • The McLaughlin Family Companies, the owner and operator of New Way Ford in Coon Rapids, will open a car dealership on the east side of Highway 4 in Jefferson next month.
  • Carroll County’s jobless rate dips to 2%
    Carroll County’s unemployment rate fell to 2 percent for April, one of the lowest rates of any county in Iowa, and well below the national average, according to figures released by Iowa Workforce Development.
  • Buzzing into this biz
    Waspy’s ownership family, with their own deep roots in western Iowa agriculture, credited strong farms in the region for catalyzing the development of a 10-acre truck stop complex in the southern part of Templeton.
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