Freeman, coming off a 143-yard performance against the Cardinal, needs 140 yards to eclipse LaMichael James' school record for career rushing yards (5,082 yards). “We ran hard,” Freeman said. “We still have a lot of ... “We always felt like the O-line.
The state of Iowa will give Flexsteel more than $2 million as part of a $10 million bid to keep the furniture-maker's plant in Dubuque and save most of the 218 jobs there. Flexsteel announced in September that it planned to replace its 120-year-old.
IBM is partnering with community colleges across the United States to help prepare students for "New Collar" career opportunities, defined as well-paying jobs in which "in-demand technology skills are valued more than credentials, and a traditional.
Flexsteel Industries, Inc. (FLXS) announced today that it has tentatively agreed to terms under three agreements related to maintaining employment and manufacturing operations in Dubuque, Iowa: A Development Agreement with the City of Dubuque requiring.
Despite the Des Moines Police Department's five high-profile losses last year — three officers were killed in the line of duty, and two resigned amid criminal allegations that they planted evidence in a drug case — Parizek said the number of job.
As a result, Opening Doors is seeing more and more women and families cycle back to the shelters because they don't have the adequate job skills and the corresponding income to be able to afford market-rate rent," said Michelle Brown, Opening Doors .
Special attention needs to be paid to routes to our employment centers. Creative solutions need to ... There is redevelopment along S. Dubuque St. including a new parking ramp wrapped with town houses. At the corner of Linn and Court streets new.
On May 1, 1965, Shepard left Vail and moved to Dubuque , Iowa , to help Bob Lange help develop the first plastic ski boot. Lange had asked him to try a prototype, and he agreed. Shepard tells of cutting his fingers on the frozen Lange boot laces and how.
Instead of penalizing IBM, the state, which had already paid the equivalent of close to $100,000 for each job created in the past four years, gave the company two more years to reach the promised employment ... facilities in Iowa and Missouri.
Iowa's state government agreed Monday to pay more than $1.6 million to settle 10 lawsuits, most dealing with hiring or promotion biases. Seven of the settlements are related to cases that began more than a decade ago when dozens of state employees .