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It's said that lightening doesn't strike twice. But that's not true in the case of Timber Creek Charities of Guthrie Center and Owner Revolution Foundation of Adair. Read more »


The Greenfield area has been engaged in the Horizons program for nearly a year. Community members participated in a showcase where the program was unveiled to all eligible Iowa community members, study circles in which they examined the issues of poverty and leadership training. Read more »


The 2007 football season opens Friday with Guthrie Center hosting I-35 (Truro) at the yet unfinished, but nonetheless impressive GCHS sports complex. Read more »


The Neel family celebrated 80 years in business by the Neel Lumber Company in west central Iowa. Read more »


The Kniep family and minority stockholders of the Union State Bank of Greenfield wish to announce that all ownership of the bank has been sold to the Greenfield Bancorp, a local group of investors organized by Peg Scott, a current vice president. Read more »


Partnership was the word of the day when the Raccoon River Valley Trail (RRVT) was officially reopened with a ribbon-butting ceremony Saturday morning. Read more »


Shawn Johnson's story of going from a West Des Moines gym to the top of the national gymnastics world is a familiar one by now, but what you might not know is how an Iowa company has helped her along the way. Read more »


Scranton Manufacturing Co. Inc. of Scranton has announced that Phil Allen, president of Elliott Equipment Co., has been named executive vice president of sales and marketing in Scranton Manufacturing's New Way trucks division. Read more »


Iowa's cost of doing business is 79.7 percent of the national average, according to the 2007 Milken Institute Cost-of-Doing Business Index. Read more »


A delegation of 10 representatives of large India food manufacturing companies visited MicroSoy Corporation in Jefferson on Aug. 3. Read more »


U.S. Senator Tom Harkin (D-Iowa) last Friday morning met with a dozen Greene county community leaders and then toured the Hardin Hilltop Wind Farm north of Jefferson. Read more »


The Horizons Program continues in the Greenfield Area Community with the next step being Community Visioning. Read more »


Not many businesses can claim 50 years in business, let alone 80. Read more »


The "Trail Closed" signs on the Raccoon River Valley Trail were removed Monday, signifying resurfacing of some five miles of the trail from near Linden to Clay Street in Panora is complete. Read more »


Earth moving began last week for The New Homestead's new 64 resident care facility and 14 more assisted living units. Read more »


Earth-moving equipment is rolling at the site of the ethanol plant project 1 1/2 miles north of Grand Junction. Read more »


Despite some of the obstacles this year, the co-chair of Panorama Days thought the event went very well. Read more »


This wind power era is exciting for Iowa and Adair County. Read more »


Mike Carey of Farmers State Bank was elected to the board of directors of the Iowa Independent Bankers Association at the group's annual convention at Okoboji. Read more »


Construction of the Community Care Center Alzheimer Unit in Stuart got underway on Wednesday, Aug. 1 with the pouring of the foundation. Read more »

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