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  • Willey native named interim dean of ISU vet school
    Iowa State University has named Kuemper Catholic High School alum and Carroll County native Pat Halbur as the interim dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine.
  • Diabetes Busters
    Why do people with diabetes have to poke their fingers all the time?
  • A shift in school rule
    Tony Janssen grew up as a Glidden-Ralston Wildcat.
  • Carroll Community school leaders voted unanimously Wednesday to approve a $29 million budget that includes one of the largest property-tax increases in recent memory.
  • SCC collects 4th place in Jazz Championships
    Denied a third straight state title in the Iowa Jazz Championships and 10th crown overall, nevertheless, South Central Calhoun High School enjoyed another impressive awards haul in the contest held Tuesday at Iowa State University in Ames.
  • A typical homeowner in the Carroll Community school district will pay $81 more in property taxes next fiscal year under a budget plan that school leaders are set to approve Wednesday.
  • Glidden-Ralston fires maintenance man for student altercation
    A 49-year-old man who heads the Glidden-Ralston school district’s maintenance department was fired Friday for his recent altercation with a student.
  • Kuemper names Isgrig new activities director
    Ryan Isgrig, elementary physical education teacher and head boys soccer coach, will become Kuemper Catholic Schools’ new activities director, succeeding longtime director Tim Fitzpatrick, who’s retiring after this school year.
  • Kim Reynolds  stops by FFA banquet
    Speaking at the IKM-Manning’s annual FFA banquet this week, Iowa’s Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds told students they’re on the right track. During the banquet Tuesday, new FFA students — “greenhands” — were recognized, as well as seniors and new officers.
  • Science, math and a table runner
    A woman named Anna has died mysteriously.

    Her ex-husband now lives with his evil new wife, and Anna’s best friend has been trying to steal her business.

    What’s more, Anna had diabetes, sickle cell anemia

    and heart problems.

    And now she’s dead.
  • In classrooms, STEM takes a variety of forms
    Lego robots. Wooden-block building projects. Colored paper squares that teach about algorithms. Sphero ball courses. Biomedical lab classes.
  • Carroll Community School District students have gained recognition for the improvements they’ve made since enactment of Iowa’s Early Literacy Law.
  • Cooking with the right Seuss
    Whether it was Spider-Man, a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle or Elsa from “Frozen,” it was important to keep an eye out for all kinds of fantasy characters wandering the halls of Fairview Elementary as the school wrapped up Dr. Seuss Week on Friday.
  • Film aims to spur conversation about student debt
    Adam Carroll, father of three, will be the first to admit he doesn’t know what it’s like to have a baby.
  • Palette of Possibility
    There once were three colors: Yellow, blue and red.

    Yellow painted light. Blue painted water. And Red painted play.

    And together, they painted … a Palette of Possibility.
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