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Syngest Incorporated has selected Menlo, Iowa—45 miles west of Des Moines—as the location for the world’s first biomass-to-ammonia plant. Read more »

 

The E.E. Warren Opera House has been awarded a grant of $50,000 by the Midwest Office of the National Trust for Historic Preservation from the Jeffris Heartland Fund. Read more »

 

Farmers Cooperative Company (FC) announced it intends to build a state-of-the-art feed mill in Coon Rapids. Read more »

 

The McAninch Corporation of Des Moines was low among nine bidders for development of Guthrie Center Municipal Utilities' Cameron Flats housing area southeast of Guthrie Center High School. Read more »

 

London James, a six-year member of The Boys & Girls Club of Central-Southwest Iowa, was named 2009 Youth of the Year for the state of Iowa by Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA). Read more »

 

State Sen. Nancy Boettger and State Rep. Clel Baudler will be holding a Legislative Coffee Saturday, April 4 at Panora Public Library. Read more »

 

Humanities Iowa, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, awarded $3,000 to Coon Rapids' Whiterock Conservancy to place commemorative plaques and road signs at the Roswell Garst farm. Read more »

 

Colton Conroy, 19, of Jefferson, a 2008 graduate of Jefferson-Scranton High School, is interning in the office of the Iowa Senate Republican leader, Paul McKinley (R-Chariton), at the Iowa Capitol during the 2009 legislation session in Des Moines. Read more »

 

For the 30th year in a row, the Beverage Garden will rock during the Bell Tower Festival. Read more »

 

This is AG Week. Friday is the official National Agriculture Day. The Agriculture Council of America has sponsored the day to nationally salute our farmers since 1973. Read more »

 

The Community Care Center Campus provides three senior living options. Read more »

 

With no written or oral comments at its public hearing Monday evening, the Guthrie Center city council passed its budget for fiscal year 2009-2010. Read more »

 

Senator Tom Harkin (D-IA) has announced that the Iowa Department of Education will award Iowa school districts $5.8 million in Harkin Grants to repair, modernize, and build new schools. Read more »

 

WHO radio personality Ken Root delighted 50 members of the Adair County Corn and Soybean Association at the Annual Meeting last Saturday night at the Chamber buidling. Read more »

 

At the Monday, March 9 meeting of the Stuart City Council, Audrey Wells and Pat Sargent, representing the Stuart Chamber of Commerce, presented a Downtown Improvement Plan to the council. Read more »

 

Construction of a new community building in Yale is closer to reality. Read more »

 

The American Legion Post #265 presents Paula Caldwell and Jennifer Garside with the Sports Comoplex committee a donation of $1,000 for the project. Read more »

 

The agreement between the Lake Panorama Association, Xenia Rural Water District of Bouton and the City of Panora for the latter to supply water to the other two has officially been signed. Read more »

 

The 2008-09 seventh grade students at East Greene Middle School are among more than 5,400 Iowa middle school students and their families who have been given the opportunity to participate in a federal program that promotes student academic success. Read more »

 

John Deere recently introduced a new 120-foot planter that can seed from 90 to 100 acres per hour. The planter, which will be made at the Bauer Built Manufacturing plant in Paton, Iowa, will sell for $345,000. Read more »

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