A former Mason City doctor won a $2 million federal lawsuit against a wealthy Irish investor when a Sioux City jury agreed the Dublin native reneged on a major development deal he struck with the Croatian doctor to build ethanol plants in eastern Europe.
Illinois’ only farming state senator hailed with the Friend of Ag award
When a who’s-who of agricultural interests representing tens of thousands of farmers across Illinois bestowed State Sen. John Sullivan (D-District 47) with its most prestigious, annual award of recognition late last month, the delineation was honestly earned.
Family receives a 150-year certification for Illinois farm
When Andreas Rehberger signed on the dotted line and paid $33 an acre for 54 acres of farmland in southeastern Illinois, the investment over the next 152 years turned into lifetimes of good memories for five generations of the Rehberger family.
Gary Davis of Herrick, Ill., showed his large collection of vintage George Garden Tractors at the 25th annual Antique Power Days Farm Show at Salem. He was assisted at the show by Ralph Kirk, who was the parts and service manager at George in the late 1960s.