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Mixed-use plan proposes new spaces in NewBo

By Katie Mills Giorgio CEDAR RAPIDS – The burgeoning New Bohemia neighborhood will continue to see new development this spring when a new mixed-use/historic preservation...

Boost bottom line with customer insight

By Lynn Manternach / Guest Editorial Three-quarters of marketers say they know what their customers want, but only 34 percent have actually taken the time...

Proponents, opponents of CR casino make final push

By Dave DeWitte CEDAR RAPIDS – Despite an impressive campaign for a state casino license, Cedar Rapids may still need Lady Luck on its side...

Bike to Work Week is serious business

By Dave DeWitte CORRIDOR – It’s an earnest question about an annual observance that seems to get more buzz every year: Why get excited about...

Panera Bread to build prototype in Coralville

By Dave DeWitte CORALVILLE – Panera Bread Co. is reviving plans for a bakery on First Avenue in Coralville with the addition of a new...

Performing an assessment

By Regenia Bailey / Guest Editorial Most nonprofit organizations recognize that strengthening and building their organizational capacity enhances their programs and increases the impact of...

Lessons from history and math

By Tom Anderson / Guest Editorial Nobody knows the future. In part one of this three-part series, I proposed that one potential way to gain insight...

New tech tools give insurers insight on risk

By Dave DeWitte CEDAR RAPIDS – Technology is improving the way United Fire Group insures against risk, while adding some new twists for customers seeking...

Proposed baseball complex could bring top players

By Dave DeWitte MARION – The name of a proposed 17-field baseball complex planned here could be a pointed reference to its relationship with the...

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