Economic Gateway http://www.thejcea.org Jackson County Economic Alliance News RSS Feed Sat, 21 Apr 2018 04:20:45 -0700 en-us Rockwell Collins engages students http://www.thejcea.org/jackson/news/?item=16680 www.thejcea.org/jackson/news Wed, 31 Dec 1969 16:00:00 -0800 Bellevue’s Rockwell Collins hosted a total of 26 eighth-grade females from both Bellevue High School and Marquette Catholic High School last week as part of Engineers Week 2018, which was offici... Becoming (Company) Cultured http://www.thejcea.org/jackson/news/?item=16276 www.thejcea.org/jackson/news Wed, 31 Dec 1969 16:00:00 -0800 Becoming (Company) Cultured When you hear the term “company culture,” what comes to mind? Is it the famous nap pods at Google? Is it the fast-paced cut-throat environments on Wall S... Bellevue school board moves forward in pursuit of new school http://www.thejcea.org/jackson/news/?item=16176 www.thejcea.org/jackson/news Wed, 31 Dec 1969 16:00:00 -0800 BELLEVUE, Iowa — Bellevue Community School Board members agreed this week to move forward in their pursuit of building a new elementary school. Board members voted unanimously to hire Legat A... Maquoketa students deliver stirring singing valentines http://www.thejcea.org/jackson/news/?item=16196 www.thejcea.org/jackson/news Wed, 31 Dec 1969 16:00:00 -0800 MAQUOKETA, Iowa — Seven Maquoketa High School students dressed in shades of red and pink crowded into Bob Stockham’s living room on Wednesday. As Stockham stood to listen, the group lau... Antique shop and bar opens in Maquoketa http://www.thejcea.org/jackson/news/?item=16156 www.thejcea.org/jackson/news Wed, 31 Dec 1969 16:00:00 -0800 MAQUOKETA, Iowa — An old cigar shop in downtown Maquoketa has found a new, dual life as a bar and antique store. Farmer’s Creek Antiques & Mac’s Wine Cellar recently opened at... Group lands $122,000 grant for effort to build a new Dubuque skate park http://www.thejcea.org/jackson/news/?item=15916 www.thejcea.org/jackson/news Fri, 21 Apr 2000 15:17:47 -0700 Supporters of a new skate park in Dubuque recently received a large grant that puts them more than three-quarters of the way toward their fundraising goal. However, the $122,400 grant is contingent... Bellevue's Flatted Fifth Blues & BBQ a labor of love for Owners http://www.thejcea.org/jackson/news/?item=15894 www.thejcea.org/jackson/news Fri, 21 Apr 5600 15:17:38 -0800 BELLEVUE, Iowa — When a big part of your job exposes you to musicians who have honed their craft to an extremely high level, you tend to become a tad selective about the kind of live entertainme... Iowa State portrait exhibit debuts in Maquoketa http://www.thejcea.org/jackson/news/?item=15697 www.thejcea.org/jackson/news Wed, 31 Dec 1969 16:00:00 -0800 MAQUOKETA, Iowa — Thursday evening felt like something of a family reunion for Rose Frantzen.   As the Maquoketa artist met with visitors from Iowa State University, she ran into many... Historic Jackson County hotel sold, to reopen next month http://www.thejcea.org/jackson/news/?item=15570 www.thejcea.org/jackson/news Fri, 21 Apr 1200 15:15:57 -0800 MAQUOKETA, Iowa — A historic Maquoketa hotel has been sold to a relative of a former longtime owner of the building. Larry Thede bought the Decker Hotel & Restaurant from Maquoketa Better... Biz Buzz: Bellevue eatery earns national recognition http://www.thejcea.org/jackson/news/?item=14997 www.thejcea.org/jackson/news Wed, 31 Dec 1969 16:00:00 -0800 A Bellevue, Iowa, restaurant is the coziest in the state, according to a national publication. Flatted Fifth Blues & BBQ was named the “coziest restaurant in Iowa” by Food &... Governor takes tour as hiking trail, bridge officially opened in Bellevue http://www.thejcea.org/jackson/news/?item=14541 www.thejcea.org/jackson/news Wed, 31 Dec 1969 16:00:00 -0800 BELLEVUE, Iowa — Mary Felderman smiled widely at the crowd gathered Wednesday to officially open a hiking trail and bridge named for her family.As warm sunshine filtered through the colorful lea...