Latest Business News from Clarke County, Iowa:

  • Changes at Osceola Food Bring New Leadership and Future Growth July 1, 2020
    Osceola Food is seeing a changing of the guard, as one plant manager, John Hoag, moves on to new opportunities within the organization, a new leader with new opportunities takes his place. John Kempen has been part of the Hormel Foods family for almost thirty years, and The post Changes at Osceola Food Bring New Leadership and Future Growth appeared first on […]
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  • Laborshed Study to be Conducted in Clarke County, IA June 16, 2020
    The Clarke County Development Corporation (CCDC) is partnering with Iowa Workforce Development and Iowa Economic Development Authority to complete a Laborshed employment study for Osceola and the Clarke County, Iowa area.  This study will geographically define which communities contribute to the local workforce, regardless of political boundaries. The post L […]
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  • Affinity Gaming’s Lakeside Hotel Casino Announces Casino Reopening May 27, 2020
    Lakeside Hotel Casino, an Affinity Gaming property, today announced that it will have a soft reopening to invited guests June 1 – 2, 2020 and will open to the general public on June 3, 2020 at 10AM. When the Lakeside Hotel Casino opens there will be increased The post Affinity Gaming’s Lakeside Hotel Casino Announces Casino Reopening appeared first on Clarke […]
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  • How Clarke County Manufacturers are Protecting Their Workforce from COVID-19 May 6, 2020
    Effective May 1st, in 77 Iowa counties, including Clarke, businesses have been given the green light to open their doors after weeks of silence. Restaurants, fitness centers, libraries, retail shops and more will be opening with some restrictions, and that’s certainly a sign of hope for those The post How Clarke County Manufacturers are Protecting Their Work […]
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  • Mayberry’s Makes Local Business Better May 6, 2020
    Osceola’s square touts some of the finest local businesses in the state. From floral shops to clothing stores and more the shopping on the square is unique and as personal as you’d expect from a rural Iowa town. But if you’re looking for a good… and by The post Mayberry’s Makes Local Business Better appeared first on Clarke County Life - News and Updates fro […]
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About The Clarke County Development Corporation:

The Clarke County Development Corporation is dedicated to strengthening the economic development of southern Iowa through the growth of our existing business and industry, the addition of new industry to our communities and enhancing the quality of life enjoyed by our residents.

The Clarke County Development Corporation is a 501 (c)(6) non-profit that is committed to providing leadership and support for existing industry retention and expansion, new industrial/commercial development and an entrepreneurial business climate that will serve to benefit the residents of the Clarke County Iowa area.

Clarke County Development depends on the contribution of its members to continue its progress in Clarke County. Membership consists of both individuals and businesses/ industries.

More details about the Clarke County Development Corporation can be found on the CCDC Website.


About Business in Clarke County, Iowa:

business in clarke county osceola iowaBusinesses in Clarke County are varied and as interesting as her citizens.  From our nationally recognized Clarke County Hospital,  Hormel Foods, Paul Mueller, and Valley of the Moon Poults, to Boyt Harness, Great Western Bank and Alliant Energy the companies that choose to call our southern Iowa county home are unique.  Clarke County offers an ideal location at the junction of US Highway 34 and Interstate 35 with rail yards, shipping and warehouse access from virtually anywhere in the county.

Whether you’re looking to do business, work or relocate to Clarke County, the business horizon here is bright. We look forward to having you.

Contact us today for more information on doing business in Clarke County, Iowa.

 

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