Douglas Burns
 
Sen. Charles Grassley speaks to employees of Scranton Manufacturing during a visit to Scranton. Grassley also toured the plant, which makes New Way refuse haulers.

Following a walking look at the refuse-truck manufacturer’s sprawling Scranton complex, Vice President of Operations Jim Ober announced that the company posted a record month in March during a visit by Senatpr Grassley. Scranton Manufacturing will ship 102 vehicles. The highest number prior to that: 74. Read more »

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Wild Rose President and Chief Operating Officer Tom Timmons (right) and food and beverage manager Kay Adams (left) speak with the Jefferson Herald.

Tom Timmons, a familiar face in Jefferson and the veteran gaming industry professional who shepherded Wild Rose’s casino here from a long-shot prairie daydream to functioning, slot-ringing reality, is helming the property during a general-manager transition. Read more »

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Douglas Burns, co-owner of the Jefferson herald, lobbied three members of Iowa’s congressional delegation and their staffs for a National Wildlife Refuge designation for Dunbar Slough during three days of economic-development sessions last week in Washington, D.C. focused on west-central Iowa. Read more »

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