Company in talks with city of Jefferson for services
Monmouth-Independence Networks may start providing services to the city of Jefferson, said Don Patten, general manager of Minet.
Stepping into BG’s Bar-B-Que can be dangerous to your stomach, causing cravings for smoked goodness served with homemade sides from cheesy taters to coleslaw.
Longtime Dallas attorney Lillegard retires after 40 years
Friends have been telling Chris Lillegard that retirement will grow on him. The longtime Dallas attorney isn’t buying it yet.
Store offers shipping, copies, faxes, party supplies and personal mailboxes
Need shipping? Tablecloths for a family party? Decorations for that wedding or baby shower?
The Brew Coffee and Tap House undergoes complete restoration
Stepping into the new Brew Coffee and Tap House on the corners of C and Main streets in Independence, it bears no semblance to the old café it once was.
Northwest Music Studio offers music lessons for all
Lee Wanner began taking music lessons in a small music store.
The Monmouth Fitness Club will be getting some new paint and techy equipment, but it will still be the same, comfortable haven for those seeking fitness. Tony Jeffries, longtime manager, will take ownership on Friday.
News in brief, June 15
Tom Kunke Art Studio & Gallery showing paintings for the last time June 25
Tom Kunke wants to refocus on his creative side.
There’s a saying common among CrossFit members: Come for the fitness, stay for the community.
Independence call center employs 240 and still hiring
FCR, a call center in Independence, has hired 240 people in about nine months and is on its way to one of the top employers in the county.
Local officials see Polk County’s job market, labor force growing
In Chelsea Metcalfe’s opinion, Dallas has a “good problem.” Metcalfe, the executive director of the Dallas Area Chamber of Commerce, said she’s been trying to help a local family fulfill their business dream, but has run into a roadblock.
Critelli Sweets in Dallas offers homemade baked goods and candy with the touch of a family tradition
After a lifetime of experience with her father’s gift for cooking Italian food that would bring the neighbors knocking when they smelled the garlic in the air, Kerner asked him, “Why don’t you open a restaurant?”
Monmouth Hardware has been at 225 Main St. E. since the mid-1960s, but owners Brenda and Tom Pell have decided to move down the street.
A job fair on March 23 will bring 31 businesses and organizations to Central High School.