CCH was recognized at the CCDC and OCMS Annual Dinner for their part in retaining and growing the local workforce and their dedication to keeping our community healthy and safe during the COVID-19 pandemic… click through to the feature to read more!Clarke County, Iowa has so much more to offer. Click to read more... →
CCDC’s December board meeting produced an impressive tally of grant and donation approvals, bringing the end of the year to a close on a high note. With more than $30K of approved funds distributed to local groups and organizations, December truly proved to be a great month for giving.
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It’s the HOLIDAYS! And what would be a better way to celebrate than to gather on the square this Thursday at 5pm for Osceola Chamber Main Street’s “Light Up Osceola” event! The Osceola courtyard is the initial phase to a big lighting program by OCMS and Thursday, OCMS, Santa (did we say SANTA?!? YES!!!), and the entire community will be on hand to flip the switch on the new courtyard lighting!
You can read more about the event and the plans for lighting up Osceola through the link…Clarke County, Iowa has so much more to offer. Click to read more... →
The CCDC, the City of Osceola, local businesses and developers met in a day-long planning session to discuss future comprehensive development strategies for Osceola and Clarke County. Some interesting takeaways came from it. Click through to the feature for details and how you can participate in the comprehensive planning!Clarke County, Iowa has so much more to offer. Click to read more... →
With fall in full swing and winter fast approaching, what better time to ask your medical provider about updating your yearly flu shot? The CDC recommends that anyone older than six months of age should receive their annual flu shot to help their body prepare for the upcoming flu season. Through Clarke County Clinic you can get the Flu vaccine as well as your COVID-19 boosters!
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An Operation Roundup grant from Clarke Electric Cooperative was given to Clarke County Hospital last week. The funding is dedicated to help pay for the purchase of equipment (called “wearables”) designed to protect ambulance drivers and EMS first responders on the job. Click through to the feature to read more.Clarke County, Iowa has so much more to offer. Click to read more... →
C.R.O.S.S. Ministries is looking to expand its operations to offer additional opportunities for the public to be involved. The grant they received from CCDC for a new building is opening new opportunities for the community to get involved.Clarke County, Iowa has so much more to offer. Click to read more... →
(OSCEOLA, IA- September 30,2022) As 2022 winds down, the Clarke County Development Corporation would like to invite you to a very special event. They want to celebrate the successes of all Clarke County’s non-profit organizations and the work they have done in 2022. CCDC also wants toClarke County, Iowa has so much more to offer. Click to read more... →
U.S. Department of Commerce Invests $2 Million in American Rescue Plan Funds to Establish Workforce Training Center in Osceola, Iowa
WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo announced that the Department’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) is awarding a $2 million grant to Clarke County Development Corporation, Osceola, Iowa, to support construction of a workforce training center in Osceola.
The Clarke County Historical Museum is a 10 acre campus located at 1030 S Main street, just south of the 4-corners on Hwy 69. The museum is full of treasures from days gone by. The contents range from beautiful stain glassed windows from the Methodist church to a Civil War era wedding dress. Walking through the doors it is easy to see that Clarke County has a rich history. There is something there for everyone.Clarke County, Iowa has so much more to offer. Click to read more... →
Housing is in high demand in Osceola, IA. Clarke County Development is working hard to provide housing opportunities through their Residential Lot Incentive Program.Clarke County, Iowa has so much more to offer. Click to read more... →
The beautiful copper roofs and 33 foot tall still of the Revelton Distilling Company catch the eye of travelers exiting Interstate 35 in Osceola. The exterior beauty of the building is the first indication that this place is something special. Revelton is putting Clarke County on the national and global stage. One look inside the property confirms that the Revelton Distilling Company is indeed special.Clarke County, Iowa has so much more to offer. Click to read more... →
Infinity Health’s mission is to help the communities in which they serve meet their healthcare needs. The shortage of dental professionals in the area dictated the move to add dental care.Clarke County, Iowa has so much more to offer. Click to read more... →
The City of Osceola is excited about a new addition to the trail system, a connector to Lauren’s Bark Park. The dog park is located at 801 E McLane Street and will now have a connection to the East Lake Trail.Clarke County, Iowa has so much more to offer. Click to read more... →
(OSCEOLA, IA June 22, 2022) The Davis-Pence American Legion Post #69 in Osceola is providing a needed service to Clarke County veterans. The veterans that are members of the Davis-Pence American Legion post 69 in Osceola are hard at work providing medical equipment to local area peopleClarke County, Iowa has so much more to offer. Click to read more... →