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Procter & Gamble reports strong sales, earnings for second quarter

Procter & Gamble reported substantial increases in net sales and earnings per share Wednesday, as the personal care manufacturer exceeded analysts’ expectations and continued...

Third reading of Coggon Solar rezoning proposal postponed

Just before the Linn County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday night to postpone the final reading of a rezoning ordinance for a proposed industrial-scale...

All Out Rampage offering venue for controlled destruction

Self-help advocates often promote a constructive approach to deal with life’s stresses, frustrations or pressures. Roy Green would suggest a more destructive option – under...

Linn supervisors move Coggon Solar rezoning ahead, but more debate emerges

It appears it will take more than three readings for the Linn County Board of Supervisors to make a final decision on a heavily-debated...

Local officials ‘excited’ after new statewide gaming studies presented to state regulators

The Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission reviewed statewide gaming market studies from a pair of consulting firms at their meeting Thursday morning – studies...

ADM proposes carbon dioxide pipeline to serve Cedar Rapids, Clinton ethanol plants

Archer Daniels Midland unveiled plans Tuesday to partner with Wolf Carbon Solutions to build a 350-mile pipeline for the capture, compression and transportation of...

Linn supervisors approve first reading of Coggon Solar rezoning ordinance

At the end of a five-hour meeting that included input from more than 30 public commenters, the Linn County Board of Supervisors voted 2-1...

Belle’s Basix owner says he’s stepping away

The owner of a longtime Cedar Rapids bar serving the LGBTQIA community says he plans to step away from the business soon, and closure...

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