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Poweshiek Water wins award for “Best Tasting Iowa Rural Water”

March 20, 2017 Officials at the Iowa Rural Water Association have found the best-tasting water in Iowa. On Tuesday, Feb. more »»

Shopko aids Toledo Public Library

March 19, 2017 Shopko manager Robin Ortiz presents a $250 check on behalf of the Shopko Foundation to Sherry McFate, assistant librarian at the Toledo Public Library. more »»

Agronomy Workshops for Women to be held

March 19, 2017 Agronomy in the Field is a multi-session workshop being offered to women landowners, farmers, conservationists, and other interested women who are interested in learning more about agronomy. more »»

Ross Street Roasting, Brewhemia team up

March 14, 2017 New rural-urban business partnership formed to advance specialty coffee in Iowa Ross Street Roasting Co. more »»

Central Iowa Firewood expands to former Van Wall John Deere location in Tama

March 13, 2017 In 2000 Luke Squiers, rural Tama, started in the logging business. In 2014, along with his father Brian, Luke added a “Blockbuster Firewood Processor. more »»

Grants available to help promote speciality crops

March 7, 2017 DES MOINES - Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey is reminding Iowans that the Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship is accepting applications for grant funding through the... more »»

Tama Soil-Water Commission to meet March 9

March 5, 2017 The next regular meeting of the Tama Soil and Water Conservation District Commissioners will be held on Thursday, March 9, 2017, at 8:00 a.. more »»

Tama County home property rezoned for multi-family housing; union contracts approved by supervisors

March 4, 2017 Jerry Witt, Assessor and Zoning Administrator, met with the Tama County Board of Supervisors to hear the recommendation for zoning of the former county home property on Tuesday, Feb. 21. more »»

Tama Co. Cattlemen’s banquet is Saturday

February 23, 2017 On February 25, the Tama County Cattlemen will be hosting their annual banquet at the Gladbrook Memorial Building. more »»

Slechta named Master Editor-Publisher

February 17, 2017 Ron Slechta, Kalona, was honored as a Master Editor-Publisher at the 2017 Iowa Newspaper?Association convention in Des Moines on Feb. 3. more »»

Los Charos recognized for collecting world hunger donations

February 16, 2017 Marvin and Karen Hoskey, Cheslea, Independent Distributors for XANGO have placed donation boxes at various times since 2012 at the Trojan Inn, China A9, King Tower, The Butter Cow, Big T and Mike’s... more »»

Lincoln Highway Heritage Byway completes corridor management plan

February 13, 2017 AMES-The Lincoln Highway Heritage Byway, Iowa’s longest scenic or historic byway, recently completed its Corridor Management Plan (CMP). more »»

Tama Soil-Water announces Grocery Sack Contest

February 13, 2017 To help spread the message of Soil and Water Stewardship Week, April 30 through May 7, Tama Soil & Water Conservation District will be holding its annual Grocery Sack Contes. more »»

Iowa pest resistance management plan unveiled

February 7, 2017 DES MOINES - Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey, Iowa State University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Associate Dean Dr. more »»

Iowa Juvenile Home - Matrix meeting set tonight- Monday, Feb. 6 in Toledo

February 6, 2017 Reuse alternatives for the closed 227-acre Iowa Juvenile Home / State Training School for Girls campus in Toledo are to be presented at a meeting set for Monday night, Feb. 6 from 6-8 p.m. more »»

Winter not a problem this year at “Barb” Wire Ranch

February 2, 2017 “We’ve been riding all winter” report Susan and Ryan Crain, the owners operators of “Barb” Wire Ranch, the equine therapy and traditional western horse facility located just east of Toledo at 2048... more »»

Papakee joins Pinnacle Bank board

January 24, 2017 Pinnacle Bank has announced the addition of Jon Papakee to its board of directors. more »»

Farm ground decline wasn’t a shock with over 75 percent foreseeing a drop

January 23, 2017 The decline revealed by the 2016 ISU land value survey didn’t come as a surprise for some - in November 2015, over 75 percent of 2015 ISU survey respondents thought land values in their territory... more »»

 
 

 

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