SIOUX CITY BEGINS YARD OF THE MONTH PROGRAMTHE GRASS IS STARTING TO GREEN UP IN LOCAL YARDS, AND THE CITY WANTS TO HONOR THOSE WHO HAVE A GREAT LOOKING LAWN.
SPOKESMAN JIM JUNG SAYS APPLICATIONS ARE BEING ACCEPTED [...]
PENN GAMING MULLS OPTIONS FOR ARGOSY CASINOTHURSDAY THE IOWA RACING AND GAMING COMMISSION DENIED THE LICENSE RENEWAL FOR THE ARGOSY CASINO AND ORDERED THE RIVERBOAT TO CLOSE BY JULY 1ST.
ARGOSY OFFICIALS WOULD NORMALLY HAVE 30 DAYS [...]
NEW BUSINESS BREWING FOR SIOUX CITYA NEW BUSINESS IS BREWING IN SIOUX CITY THANKS TO A GRANT FROM THE INNOVATION MARKET.
GEOFF ARNOLD, THE OWNER OF "SIOUX CITY SUDS", RECEIVED A CHECK FOR $25-HUNDRED DOLLARS FRIDAY [...]
A Creighton University economist who has studied the nation’s gambling industry says casinos like the one that had been proposed for Cedar Rapids are a rarity, because it would have been an “interior” casino. Economist Ernie Goss is co-author of a book titled: “Governing Fortune: Casino Gambling in America” and [...]
Many Iowans will celebrate Easter this weekend by dunking eggs in colored dye and hiding them for young ones to find and place in their baskets. Katie Coyle, spokeswoman for the Iowa Poultry Association, says it’s one the busiest weekends of the year for Iowa’s egg producers. “We see an [...]
Microsoft has been identified as the company behind another big economic development project in West Des Moines. The company will build a $1.1 billion data center on a 154 acre site in Polk County. Governor Terry Branstad was in West Des Moines for the announcement, made shortly after the Iowa [...]
A retired utility engineer who is a member of the Iowa House of Representatives is raising concerns about a proposed high-voltage transmission line that is to be constructed across Iowa. Representative Ralph Watts, a Republican from Adel, objects to the use of the government’s “eminent domain” authority to seize property [...]