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Scott County supervisors agreed to amend county code to allow larger and taller on-premises signs, a request from Kwik Star for a proposed store at the southwest quadrant of the U.S. 61 and Interstate 280 interchange just west of Davenport. more
Fifteen weeks passed since Deanne Garber’s last cut and color appointment, so she cheered stylist Dorcas Smith’s reopening of North Scott Family Hair Care in Park View Friday, and didn’t flinch when a photographer sought a photo. more
Todd Wiebenga is meeting himself coming and going these days. COVID-19 has not affected the landscaping business. more
You might say Jimmy and Anne Tucker are in the light business. more
North Scott Chamber of Commerce director Tabbitha Kramer, right, poses with Long Grove entrepreneur Emma Zrostlik, 12, who placed a snack vending machine in front of her family’s building at 104 S. First St., Long Grove. more
Gov. Kim Reynolds has announced that first quarter unemployment tax payments that are due April 30th will be delayed till the end of the second quarter, July 31, 2020. Eligible employers include those employers with 50 or fewer employees. Eligible employers also must be in good standing with no delinquencies in quarterly payments. more
Lewis Machine and Tool won defense department authorization to keep its Eldridge plant open, where its 145-member staff is working three shifts, six days a week, with a sanitary wipe down on Sundays. more
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
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