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Michel Pogge-Weaver (right) was recently offered Carroll’s city manager position. He and his husband, Jonathon, and their 3-year-old daughter, Jane, plan to move to Carroll within the month.
Michel Pogge-Weaver (right) was recently offered Carroll’s city manager position. He and his husband, Jonathon, and their 3-year-old daughter, Jane, plan to move to Carroll within the month.
One is a 39-year-old professional, married with a child. Established.

The other is a high school senior.

They’re both gay.

And both were the target of comments in Carroll this past week, among students and in the City Council chambers, that the leader of a statewide gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender organization described as “troubling” and “damaging.”
  • New Hope, an organization serving people with disabilities from its Carroll base for 40 years, Wednesday formally announced plans to locate a Bargain Shoppe in the former Ben Franklin building in Jefferson.
  • Crisis in our wells
    Roughly 288,000 Iowans rely on private water supplies but may not know what is in their water because their wells’ water quality is unregulated.
  • Space to roam
    The windchill outside was 8 below zero on Wednesday when Brayden Halbur reared back with the Spider-Man bouncy ball in his little, 4-year-old arm in ready to whip the squishy orb more than 25 feet to his friends.
  • Winter chill returns, officials confirm second flu death
    Carroll’s abnormally warm start to the year ended quickly overnight, when temperatures dipped to zero degrees.
  • Students scrub, rake and clean during volunteer day
    Last Wednesday, 23 IKM-Manning students didn’t use their early out to play video games, catch some final fresh air with friends before it turns cold or get a jump-start on homework.
  • Voters living inside the Carroll Community School District may now vote on the bond referendum concerning the construction of a new Carroll Athletic Field and Stadium.
  • Race to the top
    The Demers racing family of Carroll is hoping for strong finishes in the coming weeks as Jeremy (top photo, left) and dad Larry seek to close out a successful year with two final races to go in Las Vegas.
  • Manning Child Care Center’s $200,000 expansion good for kids, staff
    The windchill outside was 8 below zero on Wednesday when Brayden Halbur reared back with the Spider-Man bouncy ball in his little, 4-year-old arm in ready to whip the squishy orb more than 25 feet to his friends.
  • PASSING THE TORCH
    When Ron Reischl faced his impending retirement from IBM in Austin, Texas, almost a decade ago, in a city he loved and thought he’d never leave, his mind nevertheless kept returning to his hometown.
  • Students sing, snack with elderly
    Young and more experienced voices joined earlier this month when Manning-area students and families visited elderly residents of their city to share treats and sing Christmas carols.
  • Wild Rose lands Blues Traveler for spring concert
    Wild Rose Casino & Resort has landed the famed rock ’n’ roll, crossover band Blues Traveler for its 2017 music lineup.
  • Tuning in to one of the three Carroll Broadcasting Company’s radio stations to get the latest storm updates when severe weather is in the area is a good way to stay safe and informed.
  • The Kuemper Catholic School System announced today that the school’s board of directors has formally endorsed the upcoming Carroll Community School District’s public vote for the Carroll stadium-reconstruction election to be held Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017.
  • Oh, how things have changed since Dec. 6, when it was 46 degrees and sunny in Carroll.
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