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  • A&W memories from our readers
    The following memories are shared by readers about the impact of A&W on their lives.
  • A Rite of Passage
    It was the summer of 2000, and Summer Toms was about to start her freshman year of high school when she was called

    into work one night to cover for someone who was gone.
  • ‘Still cheering for each other’
    Emily Hensel and Rylie Schagt often are confused for sisters. Indeed, Emily, 10, of Auburn, and Rylie, 11, of Carroll, are inseparable. They finish each other’s sentences. They do crafts together. They go to the swimming pool together to scope out cute boys.
  • Carroll-native nun retiring after 40 years with agency on aging
    Working hard has become a habit for Catholic Sister Anthony Marie. But she’s going to give up her career at the Southeast Idaho Council of Governments Area Agency on Aging.
  • Vision turns to reality in ‘absolutely perfect’ wedding
    When Nicolle Bengtson was a freshman at Carroll High School, she didn’t expect she’d find her “amor verdadero” or “true love” in Spanish class. At the time Brock Bengtson was just an upper classman at Carroll High to then freshman, Nicolle, but soon Nicolle and Brock’s social groups started hanging out and the two began dating.
  • A Mackinac Island wedding with ties to Glidden roots
    On Aug. 2, 2015, Alex and Ashley Feilmeier were married on Mackinac Island, Michigan. Ashley describes the island as “a magical place frozen in time.” Motorized vehicles are not allowed on the island. The only way to get from place to place is to walk, ride a bicycle or a horse drawn carriage.
  • Pumping it up
    After the success of D-Day, a reporter asked Ida Eisenhower, mother of the commander of the Allied invasion of Europe, if she was proud of her son.
  • Giving Thanks
    St. Lawrence Catholic Parish in Carroll will celebrate its centennial anniversary, 1916-2016, with a 10 a.m. Mass Sunday, Aug. 14, at the church located at 1607 N. West St.  Bishop R. Walker Nickless of the Sioux City Diocese will be the main celebrant and homilist.  A picnic lunch will follow in the Collison Hall until 2 p.m. with a free-will offering. Games and races for the kids will take place after Mass, and there will be bingo games in the narthex.
  • Skull found near river was Native American from 3 centuries ago
    The human skull that a Glidden man and his children found in a Sac County park last month is from a Native American who died more than 300 years ago, a forensic anthropologist determined.
  • IntegraLeaf focuses on easing chronic pain
    Sarah Crilly makes regular use of a model of the human spine in her work.
  • Air Force award named for son of Kuemper grad
    To honor the legacy and devotion to a fallen brother-in-arms, an award was dedicated to the life of U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. William “Bill” Schroeder and given to a Special Operations Weather Team training pipeline graduate on July 21.
  • It's About Family
    For Wally Cisewski it’s not about how many birds he shoots. And it’s not about the exercise or the great food.
  • Lasting Legacy
    He’s staffed 600 Carroll City Council meetings. And attended about 1,000 meetings total in his 22 years for the city. This Friday, Gerald Clausen will depart City Hall for the last time as he retires as city manager, a position he’s held longer than anyone in the history of Carroll.
  • Unsolved Murder: THOMAS STEWART MATHER
    On Monday, Sept. 30, 1991, Tom Mather was shot in the head and slashed several times in his home on County Road X-40 one mile north of the West Liberty exit off Interstate 80. His wife, 24-year-old Dawn Mather, said he was shot by a naked intruder and that she (also naked) escaped to a nearby farmhouse.
  • Today's courthouse opened 50 years ago, replacing 1887 structure

    Our first part about the Carroll County courthouses told the story of the beginning of the county up to the building of the 1887 courthouse.  A bond issue was approved in 1887 to build the new courthouse for approximately $40,000 and to build a jail for $6,200. The 1887 structure was actually the third Carroll County courthouse, the first being built in Carrollton, the second on the “courthouse square” in Carroll built in 1868.

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