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Michael Abildtrup with West Central Cooperative addressed the Audubon County Board of Supervisors Monday regarding the possibility of the construction of a grain-handling site in Audubon County. Read more »

 

Jefferson Telephone and Cablevision announced that they are making a transition to a new name: Jefferson Telecom. Read more »

 

Congressman Steve King spoke to those attending the wind turbine open house and praised Randy Caviness and his committee for the many hours they committed to seeing this project become a reality. Read more »

 

The Freedom Rock to be featured on The 700 Hundred Club on November 11, 2010. In honor of Veteran's Day, The 700 Club will air one interview with The Freedom Rock's artist, Ray "Bubba" Sorensen II. Read more »

 

Another important amenity is being completed this fall along the Raccoon River Valley Trail in west central Iowa, two new “camping cabins” that will be rentable soon in Sportsman Park just east of the town of Dawson. Read more »

 

Jason Wilson, considered one of the premiere tax consultants in teh Midwest, will be the guest speaker at PRIDE/Panora Chamber of Commerce's annual banquet Thursday, Nov. 18 at the Lake Panorama National Conference Center. THe social hour is 5:30 to 6:30 followed by dinner. Read more »

 

Audubon County Tourism was awarded $535.50 from the Western Iowa Tourism Region to help provide funds for the printing of a Littlefield Recreation Area brochure. Read more »

 

Congratulations to Brokers International Ltd. It is the Panora Garden Club's 2010 winner in the business category. Read more »

 

Dr. Maggie Wilson, DVM, has joined the staff at Audubon Manning Veterinary Clinic, as a small animal veteranarian. Read more »

 

"There is everything in getting started right. Look ahead so as to have to the work well thought out before beginning. It is a good rule wich will help you in making a good start that will end in a good finish." Read more »

 

THe state's leading economic indicators have improved for the 11th straight month, showing signs that Iowa's economy continues to improve. Read more »

 

Albert the Bull may have to take a back seat. There is now a new attraction in town. Read more »

 

Ribbon Cutting was held at the Nodaway Insurance & Investments on NE 6th St. on Tuesday morning. Read more »

 

New Way Trucks, a product of Scranton Manufacturing at Scranton, continues to grow its international sales. Read more »

 

The Smokehouse Bakery is now open on the south side of the square in Greenfield, in the former Bon's building. Read more »

 

Juliana Gowan Dukes, Agent at the Farm Bureau, has been recognized by Cambridge Who's Who for demonstrating dedication, leadership and excellence in her career. Read more »

 

The Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs announced Elk Horn-Kimballton and Webster Hamilton counties have been selected to join the Iowa Great Places program Read more »

 

Albert the Bull holds the title as the world's largest Bull statue and is Audubon's triput to its cattle-industry heritage. the 30-foot-tall, 45-ton concrete statue of a Herford has a horn span of 15 feet and is lighted at night, welcoming travelers passing by. Read more »

 

Jefferson Telephone & Cablevision announced that they are making a transition to a new name: Jefferson Telecom. Read more »

 

In the SynGest system, the production rate of anhydrous ammonia is sufficient to replace the typical high-intensity farming fertilizer application rates – of around 180 pounds per acre – associated with fossil-based anhydrous ammonia. SynGest has sited a location near Menlo in Guthrie County, Iowa. Read more »

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