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  • West Fork School District officials to cut tax collections after tax levy error found November 24, 2015
    SHEFFIELD — West Fork School District officials are planning to cut property tax collections after a review found the district had been collecting too much money. A tax levy error caused the district to collect nearly $340,000 too much since 2013 from property taxpayers. Superintendent Darrin Strike said Monday the error stemmed from entering a
  • Swaledale City Council seat goes to Harmon after drawing November 24, 2015
    SWALEDALE — A seat on the Swaledale City Council has been filled after the Cerro Gordo County Board of Supervisors today drew the winner from the election held earlier this month. The Swaledale council had three open council seats, with John Bonner and Troy Smeby being the only ones being on the ballot, meaning the
  • New poll shows Trump leads, Cruz surges, Carson fading November 24, 2015
    DES MOINES — A new Quinnipiac University poll finds businessman Donald Trump has the support of 25 percent of likely Iowa Republican Caucus goers and Texas Senator Ted Cruz has 23 percent. Peter Brown, the assistant director of the poll, says support for Cruz has more than doubled in the past four weeks. “Senator Cruz
  • ISU economist sees steady holiday shopping season November 24, 2015
    AMES — An Iowa State University economist says the signs are pointing to an average holiday season for retailers this year. Dave Swenson says the analysis he’s seen don’t predict any big swings in shopping. “Most people who are looking at the Iowa economy say it’s looking steady and a lot like last year,” Swenson
  • Consumers thankful for gas prices being at a seven-year low November 24, 2015
    MASON CITY — Gas prices are below two-dollars a gallon in many locations as Iowans prepare to hit the road for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Triple-A Iowa spokesperson Rose White says motorists are thankful for pump prices that haven’t been seen in 7 years. “Approximately 42-million Americans are expected to take a road trip this

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  • STB Seeks More Information on Proposed Rules for Weekly Rail Performance Reports November 23, 2015
    In an effort to collect as much information as it can on proposed rules on railroad performance data reporting, the Surface Transportation Board earlier this month announced it will waive its prohibition on ex parte communications.
  • How the CME Makes Money November 19, 2015
    A recent Financial Times article takes a deep look at the CME Group. While it's one of the most profitable companies in America, it's not without its challenges.
  • Minnesota Expected to Produce Record Corn Crop November 16, 2015
    A bumper corn crop this year has forced some Midwest elevators to pile corn on the ground. Patriot Grain of Cleveland, Minnesota, was one of those elevators.
  • Ag Groups Disappointed; Will Continue to Advocate for SAFE November 9, 2015
    Some ag groups say they will continue to push for heavier truck weight allowances on the interstate highway system.
  • DDG Exports to China Ahead of Last Year November 4, 2015
    Exports of dried distillers grains to China may have declined month-to-month, but year-to-date exports to China are 30% higher than year-ago levels.
  • Shutdowns Threatened by Class 1 Railroads Averted November 2, 2015
    Congress last week passed legislation to extend the deadline for implementing positive train control by three years, to Dec. 31, 2018. The extension was welcome news to the rail industry, which had threatened slowdowns and/or shutdowns if the PTC deadline was not extended.