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At a time when people are being asked to social distance and maybe even self-isolate, an Eldridge company is doing its part to try and keep residents free from germs and other contaminants. more
River Valley Cooperative, headquartered at the former Cat plant at Mount Joy, and Michlig Grain Holdings, LLC, have announced that they have signed an agreement for River Valley Cooperative to acquire the assets of Michlig Grain Holdings, LLC. more
As a way to bring a little sunshine into an isolated world, Happy Joe’s employees treated Grand Haven residents to a pizza party of sorts on Thursday. more
West Liberty Foods started as a business of 47 farm families. Almost a quarter-century later, it continues as a family business, although the turkey processing plant in West Liberty could be called anything but a small family business. more
Don Daufeldt said he didn’t know a thing about raising turkeys when he first got into the business in 1988. more
Honing in on a natural talent that has the potential to turn profitable is something few people discover. Kaylee Wehmeyer of Tipton has done just that with her combined baking and decorating skills she has refined over the years. more
Gov. Kim Reynolds on March 21 announced that the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has issued a disaster declaration for the state of Iowa as of Jan. 31, 2020 and continuing. The declaration allows pandemic-impacted small businesses to apply for low-interest support loans. The declaration comes after the governor submitted a federal funding request via the SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan program. more
With so much uncertainty, angst and unknowns in the world, it’s taking teamwork for North Scott residents to weather the coronavirus storm that has swept the country. more
One front line in our community’s virus fight is staffed by students. more
Governor Reynolds on Monday announced assistance for workers and employers impacted by layoffs related to COVID-19. The guidance includes information for employees filing for unemployment insurance claims, as well as information on programs available for employers. more
As the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) learns of additional positive cases of 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Gov. Kim Reynolds signed a proclamation on Friday to temporarily suspend requirements for transportation of food, medical supplies, cleaning products, and other household goods by removing restrictions on oversize and overweight loads. more
Moments before press time, The NSP received this latest news from the Mississippi Valley Bankers Association, the Illinois Quad Cities Chapter of Credit Unions and Iowa Great River Chapter of Credit Unions: more
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