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Canadian Pacific media relations director Andy Cummings wrote this for The NSP: more
The Iowa finance executive who allegedly conspired with others to defraud the Small Business Administration has been identified in court records as Michael Barry Slater of Des Moines. more
Iowa’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dropped to 3.9 percent in October, down from 4.0 percent in September and 4.2 percent one year ago. The U.S. unemployment rate fell to 4.6 percent. more
Iowa political leaders congratulated United Auto Workers union members on Wednesday after they agreed to a new contract, ending a five-week strike at John Deere plants. more
Scott County’s riverfront communities would see at least three times more train traffic under a proposed Canadian Pacific railroad merger that makes the county a critical connection on the nation’s first single-carrier line linking Canada and Mexico. more
An Iowa banking executive, accused of attempting to defraud the Small Business Administration through a scheme involving millions of dollars, has pleaded guilty to a charge of wire fraud. more
Central Scott Telephone Company  of Eldridge has announced the signing of a construction agreement between locally operated companies to provide fiber to the homes in Eldridge. more
First Central State Bank is adding a team member with more than a decade of banking experience. The eastern Iowa community bank recently announced the addition of Brandon Meyer to its team. Meyer, an AVP and commercial and ag lender, is located in First Central State Bank’s Eldridge location. more
Work lights Sunday evening illuminate the Amazon plant under construction around the clock on Division Street, just south of Eldridge.  more
Teri Leu is no stranger to the mortgage industry. For more than 30 years, she’s been involved in the industry in several capacities. Now, she’s bringing that experience to First Central State Bank in Eldridge. Leu recently joined the family-owned financial institution as a mortgage lender. more
The 10,000 Deere & Co. workers who went on strike Oct. 14 have a strong negotiating position and are likely to succeed in getting more pay and better retirement benefits in their next contract, predicted Dave Swenson, an economist at Iowa State University. more
Drew Wilson had some very specific advice to North Scott Rotarians about their holiday shopping plans. more
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