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Mason City Chamber of Commerce to host luncheon for business leaders

The Mason City Chamber of Commerce and the North Iowa Corridor Economic Development Corporation recently announced they will host a luncheon for business leaders on April 7 at the Commerce Center.

Cardinal Honor Run to raise money for veterans, military families

Support Siouxland Soldiers, a nonprofit group that helps house and feed local veterans and military families, recently announced that Sioux City-area residents can raise funds for local veterans and military families by taking part in the second annual Cardinal Honor Run in June.

Anti-fraud features available on new Citizens First Bank app

Citizens First Bank customers can now block and unblock their debit card accounts with a push of a button thanks to a new anti-fraud feature on the bank’s app for mobile phones.

Northeast Iowa Community College receives $37,600 grant for green energy program

The Iowa Energy Center recently awarded Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) a $37,600 grant to develop curriculum to supercharge its teachers’ understanding of conservation and renewable energy.

Time Management Systems to break ground on new headquarters

Time Management Systems Inc., a family-owned firm in Sioux City, recently announced that it will break ground on its new headquarters on April 12.

Clinton Community College holds annual alumni trivia night

Students recently won big during the 12th annual Clinton Community College Alumni Association Trivia Night. 

Citizens First Bank to host free coin appraisal event

Citizens First Bank recently announced that it will be hosting its annual coin appraisal event on April 11 in Clinton.

Northeast Iowa Community College to hold HVAC program open house

Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) recently announced that prospective students can get an introduction to the college's heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) program on April 19 at its Peosta campus.

Citizens First Bank donates $865 for prom night activites

Citizens First Bank in Clinton recently donated $865 to the Gateway After Prom committee.

Salvation Army of Siouxland seeks volunteers at South Sioux City thrift store

The Salvation Army of Siouxland recently asked local residents to volunteer to work at its family thrift store later this month.

Christian television network celebrates new offices

The Tri-state Christian Television Network (TCT) is hosting a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 11.

Obama administration grants helped NICC ramp up health instruction

Initiatives that occurred during former President Barack Obama’s administration resulted in sustained support for training and education programs at Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) and other Midwest campuses, according to a news release from the college.

Decorah Public Library celebrates National Library Week

Decorah Public Library is celebrating National Library Week with a variety of programs and events to highlight the importance of reading, supporting the local library and how the library serves the community.

KJWW changes name to IMEG Corp.

KJWW Engineering Consultants has changed its name to IMEG Corp.

Dubuque chamber opposes state tax credit caps

The Dubuque Area Chamber of Commerce is encouraging its members to oppose efforts by state Rep. Pat Grassley (R-New Hartford) to cap state tax credits aimed at encouraging economic growth.

NICC carpentry grad receives honor for lifetime achievement

The Iowa Association of Building Officials has honored a 1987 graduate of Northeast Iowa Community College with a lifetime achievement award.

Manchester board, NICC plan ahead for skilled workforce

The Manchester Business and Community Board assembled by Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) is taking a collaborative approach to building a skilled workforce as business opportunities expand.

NICC ranked one of the top online colleges in the US

Affordable College Online (ACO) has called Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) one of the best schools in the United States for online learning for the 2016-17 school year.

Bettendorf High student to attend West Point

Bettendorf student Zachary Bunn has been selected by U.S. Rep. Dave Loebsack to attend the United States Military Academy.

NCISS presents Memorial Award to Duffy

The National Council of Investigation & Security Services (NCISS) recently presented its 2017 Wayne J. Wunder Memorial Award to Brad Duffy, president of the Security Officer Division of Per Mar Security Services.

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