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  • Breweries can help diversify local agriculture, support historic preservation and boost tourism, in addition to creating local jobs - could Carroll reap those benefits? 
  • #wheresyourwesto: Home-brewer turned microbrewer looks to push into Carroll market
    Teal walls pop, accented by silver stools and a keg-shaped tap. You crack open a peanut, dropping the shell on the floor as a flight of four beers is placed directly in front of you, their deep gold, dark brown and rich red colors reflecting off the gleaming blond wood bar. 
  • A Hop-In' Industry
    What's on tap? Across the state, the answer is growing more varied, marking a trend that matches its national counterpart - craft brewing is in. 
  • Generosity Knows No Name
    Scott Davis was unemployed, broke and desperate for a way to feed himself 18 years ago when he parked his pickup truck near Glidden Grocery and hobbled to its front door. 
  • Hay, It's Their Wedding Day
    The smells of love and hay bales were in the air this past weekend. 
  • Rocket fire, missiles leave trail in Iowa, too
    Teens shot dead. Another burned alive. Rocket fire. Bomb shelters. Hate. 
  • Dreams and Tiaras
    They never expected to wear crowns. But more than 30 Iowa girls with disabilities were given the opportunity to do so at the fifth annual Dreams Made True pageant, held Saturday at Carroll High School. 
  • Putting down a pen for a stint in a bite suit
    What's a girl supposed to do when a police dog is rushing at her, prepared to bite and knock her down, and she's in a hugely padded suit that won't let her run? 
  • Bulletproofing Rage
    With a blurred rush of fur, a police dog named Rage hurled her body through the air, grabbing on with her teeth and using momentum to knock down her target - Guthrie County Sheriff Marty Arganbright. 
  • Local gearheads are the Extreme Auto Hunters
    They are the "extreme auto hunters," and in a new cable television show on the Velocity channel, they fly an experimental plane over cornfields and creeks to find hidden muscle cars to buy and sell. And they're from Carroll. 
  • Iowa values in D.C.
    Matt Meiners grew up on a family farm in Templeton.

    But with an uncle in politics - Gene Meiners, chairman of the Carroll County Board of Supervisors - as well as a strong interest in current events and a desire to make a difference, Meiners set his sight on politics. 
  • 'Boxes For Billy'
    "An empty box isn't just an empty box -

    it can be a building, or a tree, or an animal.

    And when you have a bunch of them,

    the possibilities are endless." 
  • Carroll native gives new meaning to human anatomy
    Rachel Stork-Stoltz, has been surrounded by art her whole life. 
  • Santa Maria adds sparkling beverages to wine list
    The pop of a cork. The triumphant fizz of cold air and effervescent wine. 
  • Knott recounts role in Egyptian election
    Two soldiers - crisp uniforms tucked neatly into shiny black boots, steady hands holding military weapons - stop 1976 Kuemper Catholic High School graduate Brad Knott as he attempts to enter a designated polling location. 
 
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