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Scott Heider said his father Charles, a late Carroll native, had a strong faith that motivated his many charitable endeavors. Scott Heider is continuing that family tradition. He is pictured here in his Omaha, Nebraska offices during a meeting with the Daily Times Herald.
Scott Heider said his father Charles, a late Carroll native, had a strong faith that motivated his many charitable endeavors. Scott Heider is continuing that family tradition. He is pictured here in his Omaha, Nebraska offices during a meeting with the Daily Times Herald.
  • Veterans Appreciation Gala tickets now available

    Bob Fasbender remembers what it feels like to be overlooked as a veteran.

  • Survivor shares story to help promote breast-cancer awareness
    October is widely known as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. But for the many women who have been directly impacted by the disease, this annual recognition takes on a whole new meaning. One of these women is Betsy Laing, a longtime Carroll resident, who works at the Kuemper Catholic School System as a fourth- and fifth-grade resource assistant.
  • A county-wide emergency simulation took place in Manning Wednesday evening as part of an annual emergency response test orchestrated by the Carroll County Preparedness Coalition.
  • Greene County’s Vision 2020 Project Team is considering an ambitious menu of investments and ventures, public and private and a blend of both, from throughout Greene County, hitting all communities and reaches of the county to improve it.
  • The 1.33 inches of rain that fell overnight in Carroll was a reprieve from abnormally hot and dry conditions that have persisted for weeks.
  • Last month’s cougar sighting in Ida County poses no cause for concern for Iowa residents, officials with the state Department of Natural Resources say.
  • Former Carroll police officer Jacob Smith sued the Daily Times Herald for libel on Wednesday for its article about Smith’s relationships with teenage girls.
  • ‘People of the Library’ series unveiled
    When Jacob Fiscus heard blanket statements and statistics being used to describe Carroll Public Library users, he decided to bring those users to life.
  • Runners stop through Carroll on trek across country
    After completing strenuous ab and hip workouts on the floor next to the sanctuary at St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church, a group of runners, most barefoot, headed toward a table in the church full of dozens of boxes of snacks they brought along.
  • Smiles, squeals light up stage at pageant
    As a hush fell across the stage, punctuated by intermittent squeals and cheers, young girls and women with shining eyes were crowned by fairy-tale princesses.
  • ‘Bee Inspired’ event to emphasize local ties

    At an event being offered next month to promote and support education, the buzz will be local. An area chapter of P.E.O. — Philanthropic Educational Organization, an international organization that supports educational opportunities for women — will host a “Bee Inspired” event at 5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 19, at St. Lawrence Catholic Church’s Collison Hall, located at 1607 N. West St.

  • Carroll’s Ryan Bruner elected president of  Des Moines young professionals group
    One Carroll native is taking the spirit of his western Iowa upbringing into the “planning room” of the Des Moines young professionals scene.
  • Fire destroys 4 downtown buildings
    A massive fire in downtown Exira on Friday began in a back room of Jerry’s bar, but its cause is not yet known, the bar’s owner said this morning.
  • Women’s organization to host local ‘Bee Inspired’ event
    An area women’s organization will offer an event this month that invites residents to shop local, sip on some wine and hear from two storied women.
  • Firefighters used a portable fire extinguisher to put out a small attic fire Thursday morning in a building that houses two businesses at 905 U.S. Highway 30 East.
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