Mason City


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Noun1.Mason City - a town in north central Iowa
Hawkeye State, IA, Iowa - a state in midwestern United States
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Moon was born on July 14, 1938 in Mason City, Iowa to Larry and Genevieve (nee Brinkman) Mason.
Ground has been broken for a $12 million, 11,700-square-foot expansion at Cargills innovative cooked egg facility in Mason City, Iowa, resulting in 44 jobs being added to the more than 250 existing positions.
Company Chair Wilson says "in our fold is now an exceptional stable of diversified stations and markets; bigger markets like West Palm Beach and San Jose, to smaller markets like Mason City, Iowa and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
It will maintain white-glove, physical contact centers in Dubuque, Oelwein and Mason City, Iowa, develop value-priced global delivery capabilities in other parts of the world and deploy cloud-based contact center services, including automation and mobile access capabilities.
471 Clubhouse Drive is in the Mason City School District.
Ag Ventures Alliance Cooperative (AgVA) of Mason City, Iowa, and Cellulose Sciences International (CSI) of Madison, Wis.
New York (AirGuide - Airline & Travel News) Wed, Feb 19, 2014 - Canadian Pacific and Union Pacific's business relations with Iowa Traction Railroad help boost the economic growth and commercial appeal of Mason City, Iowa, said James Mattsen, administrative officer at Progressive Rail, which owns the short line.
In the fall of 1910, William Colby, a Mason City, Iowa, man who had started several successful companies including the People's State Bank of Mason City, decided to get into the car business.
Pre-licensure: Matthew Onofrio, Mason City and Kala Busby, New Virginia
QCR Holdings, headquartered in Moline, Illinois, is a relationship-driven, multi-bank holding company, which serves the Quad City, Cedar Rapids, Rockford, Waterloo, Cedar Falls, Mason City and Austin, MN communities through its wholly owned subsidiary banks.
Through the addition of Mason City, Iowa-based Personnel Solutions, CRS enlarges its Midwestern footprint, the buyer's CEO John Messina said, adding that his company would use the location as a hub for further expansion in the region.
A pilot at the Mason City airport reported seeing the helicopter fly overhead and estimated its altitude as 300 feet agl.