Transportation commission approves rules regulating speed and red light cameras
The Iowa Transportation Commission gave unanimous approval Tuesday to proposed rules for red light and speed cameras that require cities to prove the devices are needed to improve safety on highways. The commission held a workshop prior to their regular meeting to discuss the rules. DOT director, Paul Trombino, told the commission Iowa is the […]
Manpower survey shows businesses planning to hire more workers in 2014
A new report indicates Iowa employers plan to hire at a “steady pace” over the first quarter of 2014. The Manpower Employment Outlook Survey shows 71-percent of the Iowa companies surveyed plan to maintain their current staffing levels. Karen Miller is a spokesperson for Manpower. “From January to March, 18-percent of the companies that we […]
Developer and nonprofit group reach agreement for proposed Greene County casino
The developer and nonprofit group that hope to gain a license for a new casino in Greene County announced an operating agreement today they call unique. Iowa law requires casinos to contribute a minimum of three-percent of its adjusted gaming revenue to nonprofit groups. Wild Rose Entertainment is the developer, and president Tom Timmons says […]
Class 4A: Daniel Tillo, Sioux City North
The junior averaged 26 points and more than 13 rebounds in three wins. Tillo scored 22 points, hauled down 18 rebounds and hit the game winning shot in an overtime in a victory against Sergeant Bluff-Luton. He connected on 46 percent of his three point shots in the three games.
Class 3A: Davis Dieken, Clear Lake
The senior averaged 24 and a half points and more than 12 rebounds in a pair of wins. Dieken scored 20 points and grabbed 14 rebounds in a win over Iowa Falls-Alden. He connected on 64 percent of his shots in the two games.