Donnelle Eller, Ames Trib News

Donnelle Eller

Ames Trib News

Des Moines, IA, United States

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Recent:
  • Ames Trib News
  • IC Press-Citizen
  • The Des Moines Register
  • The Hawk Eye
Past:
  • The News Leader
  • argusleader
  • USA TODAY
  • Great Falls Tribune
  • WWL-TV
  • 11Alive Atlanta
  • wusa9
  • 12NewsNow
  • KARE 11
  • WGRZ
  • and more…

Recent articles by Donnelle:

The judges have spoken. Here's the winner of the 2021 Iowa best tenderloin contest

Victoria Station, which is in a historic train station in Harlan, is home to this year's best tenderloin in Iowa. → Read More

The judges have spoken. Here's the winner of the 2021 Iowa best tenderloin contest

Victoria Station, which is in a historic train station in Harlan, is home to this year's best tenderloin in Iowa. → Read More

The judges have spoken. Here's the winner of the 2021 Iowa best tenderloin contest

Victoria Station, which is in a historic train station in Harlan, is home to this year's best tenderloin in Iowa. → Read More

The judges have spoken. Here's the winner of the 2021 Iowa best tenderloin contest

Victoria Station, which is in a historic train station in Harlan, is home to this year's best tenderloin in Iowa. → Read More

Grundy County farmland sale sets a new record in Iowa, beating high set in 2012

Strong corn and soybean prices, plus low interest rates and growing demand are driving farmland prices to record highs, Iowa experts say. → Read More

Iowa's harvest will likely be marked by extremes — some will have record yields, while others will be dinged by drought

About 60% of the state is in drought, but state Agriculture Secretary Mike Naig says there's still time for rain to make a difference. → Read More

World Food Prize will hold October's three-day symposium virtually again as coronavirus surges

The symposium usually brings people from around the world to Des Moines, home of the World Food Prize → Read More

Deere, UAW begin negotiations on pay, benefits for 10,100 workers, including in 7,200 in Iowa

Deere, UAW begin labor negotiations for 10,100 union members, including 7,200 people in Iowa, as equipment manufacturer posts record earnings. → Read More

Des Moines Water Works lifts restrictions on watering lawns, though drought, water-quality concerns remain

After a hot, dry June, Des Moines' July rainfall has been about an inch above average, according to the National Weather Service. → Read More

Biden nominates former Iowa Gov. Chet Culver to serve on Farmer Mac board

Chet Culver previously served on the board of the agricultural lending agency during the Obama administration. → Read More

President Biden challenges Big Ag, saying consolidation is costing farmers — and consumers — too much

Farmers’ share of each dollar spent on food has declined while consumers pay more, the White House says. Conglomerates in the middle take the rest. → Read More

Iowa Supreme Court to decide if a lawsuit challenging state's protection of Raccoon River can proceed

Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement and Food & Water Watch argued the state abdicated its duty to protect residents' right to clean water. → Read More

As drought deepens, here's what you need to know about Des Moines Water Works' water shortage plan

There are four stages of the Des Moines Water Works' shortage plan, the most severe of which would require rationing. → Read More

With drought concerns growing, Des Moines Water Works asks 500,000 customers to cut back on watering lawns

The first phase of a water shortage plan calls on customers to cut by 25% how much they water their lawns. → Read More

Kemin Industries launches $4.5 million expansion at its Des Moines headquarters

The family owned nutritional products company plans to hire for an unspecified number of new positions as part of the expansion. → Read More

Black Hawk County to offer COVID-19 vaccine incentives one year after Tyson Foods plant outbreak

The county, which had one of the nation's most severe COVID-19 outbreaks last year, may be the first in Iowa to turn to offering perks. → Read More

Iowa cattle producers call for U.S. justice, agriculture departments to investigate 'big four' meatpackers

The cattle producers contend that Tyson Foods, JBS, National Beef, and Cargill are working to keep prices artificially low. → Read More

Des Moines Water Works fears drought, toxic algae will limit supplies as summer water demand explodes

'If it doesn't rain and the drought deepens and demand increases ... it could be a stressful time,' says Des Moines Water Works CEO Ted Corrigan. → Read More

Winner of Des Moines-based World Food Prize uncovers nutritional power of small, native fish

Shakuntala Haraksingh Thilsted's research helped improve the health and livelihoods of millions, the World Food Prize Foundation says. → Read More

Winner of Des Moines-based World Food Prize uncovers nutritional power of small, native fish

Shakuntala Haraksingh Thilsted's research helped improve the health and livelihoods of millions, the World Food Prize Foundation says. → Read More