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  • The University of Iowa College of Law hopes to offer a master’s degree in legal studies starting in 2015, said law school dean Gail Agrawal during a recent stop in Carroll. 
  • Carroll City Council members Monday approved an action plan for work at the Recreation Center and Merchants Park, as well as other initiatives. 
  • An 84-year-old Breda man died Monday after the pickup truck in which he rode collided with a semitrailer truck that turned in the path of oncoming traffic on U.S. Highway 30 about three miles east of Carroll. 
  • Boy faces prison for fatal crash
    The 17-year-old boy who was allegedly drunk and sending a text message shortly before he crashed into a car and killed two of his East Sac County High School classmates in August can face up to 50 years in prison, a judge ruled last week. 
  • Slow harvest gives pheasants cover
    The opening weekend of Iowa’s pheasant-hunting season Saturday and Sunday may have been just a warm-up for more successful outings. 
  • Children’s organization, radio station dual beneficiaries of Christian concert
    Dan Bremnes stood before a crowd in a darkened auditorium at Central Church, brandishing a quarter.

    “In Canada, this is worth $20,” the British, Columbia-born musician joked. He encouraged the audience to look at the coin as having two symbolic sides — loving God, and loving your neighbors. 
  • Earl Schiltz, principal of Kuemper Catholic School’s St. Lawrence Center (sixth through eighth grades) this month received the Good Shepherd Award at the Catholic Diocese of Sioux City’s annual Bishop’s Dinner for Catholic Schools. 
  • Schiltz finds career fulfillment at home
    By some measures Earl Schiltz hasn’t gone very far. 
  • School board approves launch of Fairview construction project
    The Carroll Community School District board of education intends to kick off its nearly $2.8 million construction project at Fairview Elementary early in 2015. 
  • Setzler’s $100K gift to boost Kuemper fine arts
    Wanting to expand and enhance Kuemper Catholic School students’ experiences in the fine arts, Kuemper alum Marilyn Setzler is practicing a special art herself — the art of generosity. 
  • Wes Niles reflects on 56 years in car business

    Wes Niles never tried to sell you one car. He wanted you to buy five or 10. Or more. Not all at once, of course.

  • ‘A Natural Chemistry’
    “Yeah, it’s pretty clear, I ain’t no size 2; but I can shake it, shake it, like I’m supposed to do. … I’m bringin’ booty baaaaaack.” 
  • Audubon Rec Center committees passes halfway funding mark
    A proposed Audubon Recreation Center will include not only fitness space, but also an eight-lane bowling alley and a restaurant. 
  • It can manifest itself in many ways. Alcoholism. Drug use. Broken marriages. Road rage. Nightmares. Flashbacks.

    Post-traumatic stress disorder is common in men and women who have served in the armed forces, and one local veteran who suffers from the disorder hopes he can help. 
  • A forceful voice for rural Iowa goes home
    Bishop R. Walker Nickless extended his substantial faith to speculation on a meeting of two Wall Lake icons in heaven.

    In a eulogy Saturday for cattleman-farmer-entrepreneur-community leader Gus Schroeder, 93, the Sioux City bishop imagined a conversation in heaven between Schroeder and the recently passed iconic crooner Andy Williams — a Wall Lake native whose boyhood home sits invitingly atop a hill on the main road here summoning visitors. 
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