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The question of age of consent has gained growing national attention in recent weeks as sexual harassment and assault accusations — some of them decades old — emerge against high-profile and powerful men in politics and entertainment.

  • World War II veteran’s estate gives $200,000 to Lake View library
    Delmar Phillips served his nation during World War II.
  • A Breda alum’s dispatch from the path of a hurricane
    I left Key West about 7 p.m. Wednesday.
  • Cheese factories, magic tricks and autocycles
    In 1913, a magic factory resided above the store that initially sold harnesses and saddles and eventually became Anderson Shoes.
  • A Carroll High School student posted a video of himself online Tuesday night in which he rapped about “going out with a bang” — possibly at school.

  • It was just after the start of a workday last week when Tony Snyder, the director of facilities for Stewart Memorial Community Hospital who also serves as a firefighter and city councilman for Lake City, got the call that the town’s wastewater pump station was flooding with sewage.
  • A 26-year-old Lake View woman who is in her first year as a media specialist for Carroll Community Schools went through a stop sign this morning and crashed her sport utility vehicle into the side of a school bus that had 20 students inside.
  • Smoke from the West brings a red sun
    The haziness that persisted over most of Iowa on Monday was the result of smoke from a string of ongoing wildfires in the western United States and southwest Canada, according to national weather officials.
  • County: Ambulance director resigned over employment violations
    The former director of Carroll County’s Ambulance Service resigned last week because he was going to be fired for two employment violations, county leaders say.
  • 'Cool Change'
    Photo gallery from the Little River Band concert at Wild Rose Casino in Jefferson.
  • Way remembered as ‘go to’ councilman on defining issues
    City Council colleagues and other community leaders this week recalled Al Way as a tireless advocate for Carroll who — with a frank and friendly style and data-driven approaches on the bottom line for businesses and the city — helped shepherd key elements of downtown revitalization and other civic advances through a generation ago.
  • Small town, big celebration
    The Vail Sesquicentennial Committee more than year’s worth of planning for the community’s 150th-anniversary celebration last Friday through Sunday paid off.
  • Old-school methods used in restoration at Manning Farmstead
    Mason Paul Henry, Rockwell City, has a career that is rapidly becoming scarce in Iowa. Henry’s specialty is in tuck-pointing, plastering and restoring old buildings with “old-school” methods, an even rarer job choice.  This fall, Henry has been using those oldtime methods in restoring the scale house at the century-old Farmstead at Hausbarn-Heritage Park in Manning.
  • High scores to spare

    Bowlers who never quite reach their goal — whether it’s to play a 300 game, get a strike or just get rid of the bumpers — might have a better shot at Carroll Bowl this year.

  • ‘Doggy Dip’ provides soggy canine fun
    At the Carroll Aquatic Center Sunday, petty skirmishes of the past went by the wayside as dogs of all types, colors, ages and sizes splashed, swam, sniffed — and, in the indelicate way of dogs, flirted.
  • The bulk of Carroll County is no longer suffering from drought conditions, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor.
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