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  • Thriving garden aids residents in need
    Blessed with fertile ground, good weather and many helping hands, a place called “God’s Garden” has lived up to its name this year. 
  • Blooming beauties
    A few miles east of town, Tom and Pat Simons relax on a dock a few hundred yards from their home, admiring the 2-acre field of wildflowers blazing across a terrace. In past years, the field has been overwhelmingly purple. This year, it trends toward yellow. The compass point — Pat’s favorite — rotates its delicate petals slowly throughout the day, following the path of the sun.
  • Miracle Man

    His heart rate was dangerously slow when they brought him in. When the ambulance carrying Cecil Hoyle, 86, of Churdan pulled up to the emergency-room entrance at St. Anthony Regional Hospital, his heart was beating at about 20 to 30 beats per minute.

  • Carroll singer proud of final fair performance
    Katelyn Renze had her best performance ever at the Iowa State Fair this weekend. 
  • Taking the Stage
    Katelyn Renze spent the moments leading up to her performance Thursday sitting backstage with headphones in - not talking or listening to anyone, especially her competition onstage. 
  • Author offers insights into Templeton's 'Gentlemen Bootleggers'
    Bryce T. Bauer, the Audubon-raised author of a just-released book on Templeton Rye during Prohibition, spent about two hours Tuesday night reading selections from his work and answering questions from the 60 people who attended his signing event at the Carroll Public Library. 
  • Needle & thread
    Help wanted: seamstress - or at least someone who can patch holes and hems and fix buttons. 
  • Battling breast cancer
    On a cloudy afternoon in late October, IKM-Manning Middle School Principal Sharon Whitson sprays a table in her office with disinfectant. 
  • Class hero
    Amid the smiles and hugs of last weekend's 50th-anniversary reunion of the Glidden-Ralston High School Class of 1964 there was also heartache. 
  • 'Grasshopper' unleashed
    A blue dragonfly lazily skims the water, buzzing up to investigate the line of white surf left in the wake of Black Hawk Lake's latest contraption - a robin's egg-blue aquatic vegetation harvester. 
  • Doctors highlight top tests for women's health
    In each decade of a woman's life, there are two to four tests that provide the most money's worth in keeping her healthy and catching disease early. 
  • Local farmer recognized for having 'great Iowa spirit'
    When Don Hinners was born at an Arcadia farmhouse in 1930, his father, Art, went out to his farm's fields and fired his hired hand. 
  • Living Up to the Hype
    In Monday's media day, the Iowa Hawkeyes talked plenty about expectations for the 2014 season. One athlete, however, has more than just the weight of lofty team expectations on his more-than-capable shoulders. This athlete stems from nearby Denison and is none other than 320-pound senior offensive tackle Brandon Scherff. 
  • Lehman 'treated every patient like a friend'
    Tom Lehman, longtime pharmacist and former Lincoln Highway Pharmacy owner, recently was recognized in Des Moines by the Iowa Pharmacy Association for 50 years in the pharmacy career. Lehman was one of the select few pharmacists recognized at the state event. 
  • Ryan Daisy serves key position at Boys Nation
    Even the power of prayer couldn't guarantee delivering peace to the recent Boys Nation when representatives fought over legislation. 
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