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Stories from Thursday, February 28, 2008

American Natural Soy partners with Alliant Energy (02/28/08)
When you see a business need, start with just an idea to address it and then follow through on creating a successful company in just a few short years, you have to be innovative. Mark and Julie Schuett, along with a handful of farmers, did just that in creating American Natural Soy, now one of the largest organic oilseed processors in the United States. ...
Pheasants Forever receives donation (02/28/08)
Every fall many hunters prepare themselves for the pheasant hunting season. Some people have tournaments or challenges while others prefer to hunt by themselves or with a few choice friends. Nearly every year Luke Dreckman or his brother Nick have sponsored a tournament for the younger hunters. ...
Galva-Holstein boys win district (02/28/08)
Pirates play Boyden-Hull in Class 1A Substate 2/25 MAPLETON - Playing what their coach Bob Lee called "Our best half of basketball this season," the Galva-Holstein Pirates took a 34-17 lead into the locker room at halftime of their District final match with Woodbury Central here on Thursday Feb. 21st...
Bernadine J. Glawe (02/28/08)
Bernadine Glawe, 77, of Aurelia, died Thursday, Feb. 21, 2008, at the Mercy Medical Center in Sioux City. Memorial services were held on Feb. 25 at the First United Methodist Church in Aurelia, with Rev. Alva Hohl officiating. There was no visitation. The Redig Funeral Home in Aurelia is in charge of arrangements...
Winding Roads:Winter & bunnies and one road (02/28/08)
This winter is getting back to the winters many of us endured for years. Iowans love to complain about the harshness of winter in Iowa and how high the drifts of snow kept us hibernating to stay warm. We hear comments of the earth getting warmer (of which there is scientific evidence), but a winter like this gives many with tunnel vision reason to negate the whole idea...
Pssst...Yeah, you. Want to buy a bridge? (02/28/08)
The collapse of a bridge spanning the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, Minn. six months ago quickly focused the attention of the nation on the condition of roads and bridges. A study released this week that shows the condition of Iowa's bridges is the fourth worse in the nation will no doubt add some fuel to the debate...