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  • Fielding a roster of college players from Iowa, Minnesota, Chicago and elsewhere — with a strong pipeline to the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff and South Dakota State University — the Carroll Merchants will take the field here for the first time in more than a half century. 
  • The New York man who sold a $16,000 sport utility vehicle to a Carroll auto dealership in 2013 forged a signature on the vehicle’s title to make it appear that the vehicle had no bank lien, according to a criminal complaint. 
  • Arrests continue for brutally beaten man
    The former Lanesboro man who was severely injured in a September 2013 brawl at his house — and, ultimately, was arrested for drug crimes the same day felony charges against his alleged assailants were dismissed — led Fort Dodge police on a short chase last week and crashed into an electrical pole, court documents show. 
  • Steffes new president of Kuemper Catholic
    Kuemper Foundation director John Steffes will take on new duties in July as he fills the shoes of outgoing Kuemper Catholic School System President Vern Henkenius. 
  • Community remembers Neil Trobak, Carroll radio icon
    Years ago, Neil Trobak headed from Carroll Broadcasting to interview a young Wayne Seaman, then a manager at West Central Cooperative, for a story. 
  • Kuemper’s Henkenius announces retirement
    Kuemper Catholic School System has announced this morning that Vern Henkenius has submitted his request for retirement to Kuemper’s Board of Education. 
  • Carroll High Foundation receives tax-exempt status
    The Internal Revenue Service has granted tax-exempt status to the Carroll High School Foundation, a nonprofit organization working to improve education in Carroll’s public schools on a number of fronts. 
  • Carroll County is in the top 1 percent for income mobility for children in the nation — meaning children who grow up here go on to make much more money than if they were raised almost anywhere else in the nation, according to exhaustive national study from Harvard University published in The New York Times. 
  • Members of the Carroll Public Library Board of Trustees may pursue adding Sunday hours. 
  • 'It's the next play that's most important'
    It basically boils down to this — in the 164-year history of Greene County, Bryce Paup is still the only one of us to have had an action figure made in his likeness. 
  • New Scranton mayor takes oath of office
    A fellow firefighter will finish the job started by Mayor Rodney Walker before his sudden death in December. 
  • Clausen known as leading voice for U.S. 30

    Carroll City Manager Gerald Clausen has played a leading role in the last two decades in lifting the profile of the western corridor of U.S. 30 as advocates continue the long slog toward a potential full four-laning of the federal route across Iowa.

     
  • Audubon will pay its former police chief more than $29,000 for the 130 days of sick leave he accumulated over the course of his 36-year career with the department, according to a severance agreement the city council approved Monday. 
  • At Fairy Tale Ball, princesses dreams come true
    Shortly after Christmas the excitement begins building for another big day. For Kelly Foley of Carroll, that’s when he and his daughters begin plans to attend the annual Fairy Tale Ball, which brings together “princesses” ages 3 through 12 and their dads, granddads, uncles to enjoy an afternoon or evening of dancing and other entertainment. 
  • FAC Cooperative to build $14.4M feed mill
    Farmer-owned FAC Cooperative has announced plans to build a feed mill with the capacity to produce 500,000 tons of feed per year, 300,000 tons of which will be pelleted feed. 
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