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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.”
  • Coming soon
    In a few months, stromboli and manicotti will be part of Carroll’s local fare.
  • Toby Keith to headline 2017 River Ruckus
    Toby Keith will bring some red, white and blue to Guthrie’s River Ruckus this summer.
  • Donation to fund scholarship honoring two officers
    A new scholarship will honor two police officers killed earlier this month in the Des Moines area, one a Rockwell City native.
  • An Arcadia company that applies manure to farm fields violated several rules last week when its employee — who was not certified to do the work — caused a significant manure spill about 3 miles northwest of Breda, according to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources.
  • Quite an affair
    More than 200 people from Carroll and the surrounding area turned out Thursday night to help raise $28,600 for the Family Resource Center, a locally based social services organization involved in a raft of efforts to assist the less fortunate, from people with disabilities to financially struggling single parents.
  • Some key Greene County leaders are meeting on a plan to potentially create an expanded recreation-and-tourism complex around Wild Rose Casino & Resort on the north side of Jefferson.
  • Carroll Public Library director departing this year
    As it inches closer to a probable expansion and increased programming offerings, the Carroll Public Library also will have a new director.
  • An unknown amount of untreated wastewater flowed into a creek Wednesday near Lake City that feeds the North Raccoon River, according to the state Department of Natural Resources.
  • American Home Shield employee recognized for support
    Juggling a full-time job and duties in the Iowa Army National Guard can be a challenge.
  • Justin's final journey

    As hundreds of police officers stood in silent rows, only the coo of three doves broke the silence at the Rosehill Cemetery Tuesday.

  • It's Good!
    As they made last-minute calls to potential voters on Monday, Carroll Stadium Committee members were cautiously optimistic about Tuesday’s levy referendum.
  • C.J.
    Moments after earning the City of Carroll’s top honor, C.J. Niles, one of the more highly visible advocates for the region for a generation, scanned the Carrollton Centre’s banquet hall.
  • Area businesses have the chance this week to put themselves on the map — literally.
  • End of Watch
    Bill Croghan, a longtime deputy sheriff in Carroll County and a candidate for sheriff in the upcoming general election, was remembered Saturday as a loving family man, an avid outdoorsman and a dedicated public servant.
  • City moves forward with public art plans
    Before long, visitors to Manning’s Trestle Park might lock their bikes on a colorful steel bike rack mimicking the design of an iconic Manning structure and sit down on an attached bench to peruse a book or newspaper.
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