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The number of initial claims in Iowa, filed between Sunday, Sept. 27, and Saturday, Oct. 3, was 4,730. more
Ohnward Bancshares, Inc., chairman, Alan R. “Al” Tubbs, is this year’s recipient of the Bruning Award from the American Bankers Association for his leadership and longstanding dedication to providing financial guidance and support to farmers, agricultural businesses and small communities in rural America. more
U.S. Bank will close its Eldridge office Jan. 2, ending a business presence that began as the town’s first bank in 1899. more
Pizza Hut’s largest franchisee, NPC International, with 100 stores in Iowa, announced last week that 15 stores would close permanently, including eastern Iowa locations in Eldridge, LeClaire, Maquoketa, Tipton, Dyersville, Manchester, Independence, Oelwein and two in Dubuque. more
A Polk County judge denied a request for a temporary injunction by central Iowa bar owners that requested the court overrule Gov. Kim Reynolds’ proclamation closing bars in six counties, according to court documents obtained by KCCI. more
First Central State Bank representatives Tom Messer (left) and Chad Ulrich (right) present North Scott Superintendent Joe Stutting a check for $1,000 to help offset some of the district’s costs associated with personal protective equipment purchases for the 2020-21 school year. more
North Scott mask makers say their back-to-school models are light years ahead of initial efforts at the pandemic’s outbreak. more
The coronavirus pandemic has shown the strength of remote working and online marketing in new efforts that may help rural development, speakers at the Aug. 21 online Iowa Rural Summit said. more
Neighbors helping neighbors was the theme that filtered through Scott County in the wake of last week’s devastating storm, but for North Scott Foods owner Steve Grolmus, it was all about businesses helping businesses. more
The ethanol industry’s losses have been more severe than economists originally predicted, an Iowa State University economist said. more
The number of initial claims in Iowa, filed between Sunday, July 12, and Saturday, July 18, was 9,505. There were 8,720 initial claims by individuals who work and live in Iowa, and 785 claims by individuals who work in Iowa and live in another state.  The number of continuing weekly unemployment claims for July 12-18 was 116,810, a decrease of almost 18,000 from the previous week.    more
Iowans registered 24,481 new businesses, the second highest in state history during the 2020 fiscal year. more
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