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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.”
  • American pride will soar sky-high Sunday on Sunday as the annual flight breakfast at Carroll’s Arthur N. Neu Airport coincides with the 15th anniversary of 9/11.
  • Kuemper grad to intern with Broadway production of “Wicked”
    Don’t ask Nic Steffes to tell you his favorite Broadway musical — he’ll tell you it’s like asking a parent to choose his favorite child.
  • Tiger football family embraces Rowedders
    Sure, the Carroll Athletic Field was rocking as the Carroll High School Tigers captured a thrilling 23-20 victory over traditional football powerhouse Sioux City Heelan Catholic. But much more than a game went on at the stadium Friday night.
  • Nonprofit businesses in Manning have about a week left to apply for a grant from a perpetual fund that seeks to grow Manning from within.
  • Grant to help fund downtown green spaces
    “Bumpouts” and “parklets” will soon be a reality for Manning’s Main Street.
  • Both schools will help pay for new stadium
    At the Stadium Committee’s regular meeting on Wednesday, members of both the Carroll and Kuemper school boards told the committee they’d be willing to commit funds toward the construction of a new Carroll Athletic Complex.
  • The arson trial of the Jefferson Pizza Ranch owner accused of helping burn down the restaurant has been delayed again for six weeks while a judge considers what evidence jurors can hear, according to court records.
  • Committee chooses design specs, waits for estimate
    The Carroll Stadium Committee took a big step forward Wednesday night when it instructed FRK Architects to figure a cost estimate on a mostly finalized design by the end of the month.
  • Central Church expands entryway, looks to future plans
    Electric drills, construction lifts and the sounds of sawing have taken up temporary residence at Central Church.
  • ART INTO LIFE
    A tree sculpture that sings. A fire pit incorporating prairie-grass designs. A metal sculpture incorporating monkey bars. 
  • We Serve Day
    Donning bright turquoise T-shirts, more than 20 American Home Shield employees stormed Carroll Friday morning — armed with paintbrushes, rags and rakes.
  • Radiation oncologist Hess finds beauty in work at St. Anthony
    Sitting down recently with a patient who had been treated for small cell lung cancer, Dr. Randal Hess first chats with the man about his hair. He’ll probably want to shave it as they move into the next treatment phase, he suggests — but it’ll definitely grow back.
  • For Dad and Hospice
    An angel in the outfield?
  • When Mallard View Residential Care Facility announced on Aug. 8 it would be merging with Family Resource Center and shuttering the doors by the end of the year, placing residents, staff and getting organized were all concerns.
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