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CEDAR RAPIDS METRO ECONOMIC ALLIANCE: Building Economic Growth Through Business Retention and Expansion Efforts in 2018

If you are looking to expand, grow your workforce, find a new location or make team training and development a priority this year, make the Economic Alliance your first call.

LIVWELL SENIORS: LivWell Seniors finds opportunity to build brand awareness through Annual Executives Club sponsorship

LivWell Seniors has signed on as a new Annual Sponsor for Executives Club, a monthly program that allows executive level Chamber members to hear from dynamic speakers and to network with fellow colleagues.

CITY OF NORTH LIBERTY: New clinic for middle schoolers interested in competitive swimming starts in February

Sixth, seventh and eighth graders interested in joining a competitive swim club or their junior high or high school team, are invited to a new clinic.

CITY OF IOWA CITY: Annual yard waste suspension begins in February

Iowa City will suspend its weekly organics collecting, which includes yard and food waste, beginning Monday, Feb. 5, 2018.

ORANGE CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY: Adult Book Club- It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover

The Adult Book Club will meet on February 6 at 5:30 pm to discuss It Ends With Us by Colleen Hoover.

AMES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Leadership Ames XXXl: Community Development

Leadership Ames XXXl: Community Development: Kathy Dubansky/Michael Garcia: Thank you to our session sponsor: Central IA Air Services


The Cass County Conservation Board is holding Sweethearts Snowshoe Hike.

RUHL & RUHL REALTORS: Welcomes New President

Ruhl & Ruhl REALTORS is pleased to announce the promotion of Chris Beason to company President.

FELIX ADLER CHILDREN'S DISCOVERY CENTER: Children's Discovery Center Hosts Family Valentine Party

The Felix Adler Children’s Discovery Center will be hosting their fourth annual Family Valentine Party this Saturday, from 2 to 4 p.m.

DECORAH AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: ArtHaus' 2018 Emerging Artists Exhibition

ArtHaus in Decorah, Iowa seeks artists ages 18-25 to submit artwork to the 2018 Emerging Artists Exhibition.

QUAD CITIES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Local business leaders share workforce attraction strategies

Quad Cities Chamber of Commerce issued the following announcement on Feb. 5.Nationally talent has risen to becoming a top concern among employers.

Q&A with Ames Chamber of Commerce president and CEO

Anticipating plenty of opportunity for growth in the community and in business, Ames Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Dan Culhane recently shared his optimism for 2018 and its prospects with Iowa Business Daily.

CITY OF WAUKEE: City Planner Helps Guide Students to "Future City" Success

Five 7th grade students from Waukee South Middle School recently competed in the national

CITY OF MUSCATINE: Bidwell lane closure ends, work on Mississippi Drive continues

Muscatine Power & Water (MPW) has completed work on Bidwell Street at the intersection with U.S.

Analysis: University of Iowa charges highest in-state tuition in Iowa

From Higher Education Tribune

With an annual price tag of $8,575, University of Iowa charged the 62nd-highest in-state tuition for 2016-17, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of 115 schools in 10 Midwest states.

CITY OF URBANDALE: Northwest Market Center Urban Renewal Plan Amendment

The amendment was approved to reflect the current Capital Improvements Plan for the upcoming 5 years

CITY OF DUBUQUE: Leisure Services SUMMER 2018 Activities Brochure / Registration Information

Our Summer 2018 activities brochure will be delivered to our office some time during the work day on Friday, March 30th.

CITY OF AMES: Storm Water Erosion Control Project Begins along South Skunk River

A project to stabilize the banks of South Skunk River from Carr Park to Homewood Golf Course began recently.

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