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  • An early-morning house fire on Tuesday caused about $9,000 damage to a southside Carroll house but injured none.
  • Drivers apparently learned their lessons from last week’s icy conditions — there were no crashes reported in the past two days caused by ice, according to city, county and state law-enforcement officers.
  • 168th Infantry takes a dip
    When the young men and women of the 1st Battalion, 168th Infantry National Guard Regiment signed up for service with the National Guard, they didn’t think they’d ever be blindfolded and forced to “walk the plank” like an oldtime pirate film come to life.
  • Audubon’s Rose Theater making progress
    What started as an idea over a year ago continues to move forward making steps to become a reality for residents of Audubon and a group of volunteer citizens who call themselves The Audubon Community Cinema group.
  • Here we go again
    Upon waking up Monday morning, western Iowans were greeted with hazardous, icy conditions for the second time in as many weeks.
  • Q: Why don’t we use retired priests in overall numbers of priests available for parish assignments?
  • Northwest Deanery Parish Clusters

    16 Parishes with 3 Worship Sites and 5 Oratories
  • Forming best plan to journey forward
    In February of 2016 the Diocese of Sioux City announced a pastoral planning process called Ministry 2025. Since last February there has been a great deal of work to examine, discuss and offer feedback on the draft plan of Ministry 2025. This included regional deanery meetings, parish cluster meetings, and individual feedback. We have carefully read and studied all of this feedback over the subsequent months and this past fall, the Pastoral Planning Committee met and made changes to the draft plan based on the feedback that we received. Over the past several months the Priests Personnel Board has been meeting to look at priest personnel and how best to utilize them in Ministry 2025 to meet the goals that we have set forth for the future. 
  • A tough nut to crack
    You know you’ve endured some pretty hellacious trauma when you’re toweling off after a shower and a shard of glass falls out of your head.
  • Manning awarded thrice at Main Street celebration
    Manning was celebrated several times during the Main Street Iowa Awards Celebrations last week.
  • Storm chasing and radar sprinkled  through weekend event

    Not many car dealerships host severe-weather events.

  • PCE’s Ben Puck receives Iowa SBA award
    This year’s most-celebrated small-business owner in the country might hail from Carroll County.
  • Carroll-area TV viewers will now have more access to Chicago-area pro sports and Iowa high school sports.
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