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Scott Bush
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Templeton Rye Spirits is the company that just can't escape history.
  • Three new businesses unveiled in Glidden
    With the snap of giant scissors and the flutter of ribbon, three new or updated businesses celebrated their beginnings in Glidden Monday. 
  • Organizers behind The Children’s Nest, a proposed 45-slot licensed nonprofit child care facility in Audubon County, hope to start enrolling children by the end of 2015. 
  • Imagination is key at M-Squared Academy
    On a wall of multi-colored dots, some bold black script reads: “Happy times are never-ending when we’re playing and pretending.” 
  • American Home Shield, the nation’s leading home-warranty business, is finding about 40 percent of its 400-employee Carroll workforce outside of the city. 
  • Gamers find paradise in new Carroll store
    Ryan Greteman couldn’t think of a single family in the Carroll area without a video game system among its members’ collective electronics. 
  • The Manning City Council sold the old fire station, located along Highway 141, for $50,000 Tuesday night to Adams Motor Co., which intends to renovate the building into an automotive-sales and -service center. 
  • ‘The old-fashioned way’
    At one table, a couple work together to bone pork. At another, a man uses a Hobart meat slicer to section pieces of meat. The processes are well-oiled. Familiar. 
  • Hartung seed facility slated to open in January
    Weather permitting, Hartung Brothers’ new conditioning and bagging facility should be operational in Coon Rapids by the start of the new year. 
  • Iowa Legendary Rye secures permits, eyes March 1 sales
    The bark of the white dog soon will be hitting palates of Carroll whiskey drinkers. 
  • A Broadway heart beats in downtown Carroll
    Sonia Walsh, a local actress with community theater and commercial experience, has turned a love of her craft into what many parents say is a remarkable confidence generator for Carroll-area young people. 
  • South Florida gaming exec returns to Wild Rose
    A 43-year-old gaming industry veteran is returning to the Midwest from South Florida to assume the role of general manager of the casino-and-entertainment complex in Jefferson. 
  • Osweiler’s offers bold fashion for women
    Carroll shoppers like their “bling,” said Ron Birkestrand, owner of Osweiler’s, a recently opened store in downtown Carroll’s Westgate Mall specializing in women’s fashion. 
  • Devansoy, a leading soy protein ingredient manufacturer and noted soy food industry pioneer, today promoted its chief operating officer, Deb Koster, to CEO. 
  • Mexican restaurant to open in Glidden
    It doesn’t look like much now — stacked paper cups, forgotten old liquor bottles, empty tables. But in about a month, Victor Peña, who lives in Coon Rapids and owns Las Margaritas, a Mexican restaurant there, plans to open the doors of a second Mexican restaurant of the same name in Glidden. 
  • New to You
    Betty Klocke has worked among tucked-away shelves of ever-changing household treasures, antiques, clothing and accessories on Heires Avenue in Carroll for 25 years. But this September, the atmosphere changed for Klocke — she walked into the store for the first time as its owner, fulfilling a lifelong dream. 
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