Long time Centerville custom commercial cabinet business changes ownership
The new owners say they plan to grow the commercial cabinet business and eventually mix in residential cabinets, something they have been doing for 12 years.
- Blomgren enters private practice
Community 1st Credit Union re-elects Boyer and Brown and welcomes Altfillisch to the board of directors
Community 1st Credit Union re-elected D. David Boyer and Floyd Brown and also welcomed Heidi Altfillisch to the C1st Board of Directors during the 2013 annual meeting of Community 1st Credit Union held Jan. 19.
Centerville optometrist, Dr. Thomas Johnson, merges with IEC
Dr. Thomas Johnson has merged his practice with International Eyecare Center. Dr. Johnson will continue to provide complete eyecare services.
Iowa Trust and Savings Bank promotes three officers
Iowa Trust and Savings Bank Chairman, President and CEO, Jeffrey T. Young announced following the annual meeting of the bank’s Board of Directors on Jan. 9 the promotion of three officers.
- Engineering and surveying firm announces leadership changes
- Chariton Valley Planning & Development completes housing rehab in Seymour
- Kum & Go donates $240,000 for Toys for Tots charity
Record growth for Kum & Go
It was a banner year for Kum & Go. In 2012, the privately held convenience store chain built a record 43 new stores in nine states.
Mediacom to launch GTN2Go
Mediacom Communications and Big Ten Network announced today that BTN2Go, a live 24/7 multi-platform extension of BTN, is now available to Mediacom subscribers in Iowa.
CVPD requests funds for housing to IEDA
Chariton Valley Planning & Development Council of Governments diligently worked over four months with the four communities of Allerton, Centerville, Moulton and Seymour for the submission of the 2013 Community Development Block Grants for Housing Rehabilitation.
- Stroke and osteoporosis screenings coming to Centerville
Kum & Go customers to save money on gas purchases
Buy any two 20-ounce bottles of Pepsi, Coca-Cola or Dr Pepper products and save 10 cents a gallon on gas, up to 20 gallons.
Open house Friday introduces new Farm Bureau Financial Services agent
An open house was held Friday from 12-4 p.m. at 1024 N. 18th St. in Centerville to introduce new Farm Bureau Financial Services agent Natalie Close.
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