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  • Whiskey drinkers across the country would not pay $35 per bottle for Templeton Rye if they knew it’s not made in rural Iowa from a Prohibition-era recipe that was a favorite of Chicago mobster Al Capone, a Chicago law firm alleges in a class-action lawsuit filed in Illinois this month. 
  • Building 4 Paws: Animal Rescue raising money for new shelter
    Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night — keeps the volunteers of the Animal Rescue of Carroll from feeding, cleaning and caring for dozens of dogs and cats residing in local shelter facilities. 
  • Sound Decision

    It’s easy for David Martin to sing the praises of Carroll Community Chorus.

     
  • Jessica Morton joins law offices of Bruner, Bruner and Reinart

    Last week, Jessica Morton officially passed the bar exam. The new lawyer moved to Carroll to join the law staff of Bruner, Bruner and Reinart, LLP in late July. In many ways, the move feels like coming home, she said.

     
  • A 17-year-old boy was drunk when his pickup truck collided with a car at a gravel-road intersection south of Wall Lake last month and killed two teenage girls, investigators allege.

     
  • Library: Children’s checkouts jump 9%
    Lending of children’s items, primarily books but also DVDs and other materials, jumped 9 percent over the last year, according to a Carroll Public Library report released this week. 
  • Drug dealer won’t ‘name names’
    The former Carroll man who sold high-purity methamphetamine and is set to be sentenced Monday for four felony drug charges has refused to help investigators prosecute his cohorts, court documents show. 
  • Health officials urge Carroll schools to participate in youth survey
    There is “no doubt” there is an underage drinking problem in Carroll County, Carroll Community Schools superintendent Rob Cordes said during Monday night’s school board meeting. 
  • April construction planned for Willey spiritual retreat
    It all started with the swapping of a few dreams. 
  • Teen falls asleep while driving, survives crash

    A Sac City 16-year-old girl survived a crash when she fell asleep Saturday night while driving on U.S. Highway 71 south of Early, which is near where another teen died in a crash last month.

     
  • New branch opening for popular consignment shop
    The store means two very different things to the people who walk in it. 
  • Younger voters had bigger role in ISL win
    Older Carroll voters continued a trend of swelling the polls for local elections with the passage earlier this month of the Carroll Community School District’s instructional support levy. However, with an aggressive turnout effort aimed at parents of school kids, voters in their 30s and 40s made up a larger percentage of the voting electorate than in recent local elections, an analysis of data from the Carroll County Auditor’s Office shows. 
  • Coon Rapids’ Howell takes fuel fight to D.C.
    Bill Howell can quickly roll out the numbers, describe with passion and detail the lift the ethanol-empowering Renewable Fuel Standard brings to Carroll-area agriculture. 
  • Pro-levy leaders got their voters to the polls early

    A significant difference between the 2008 and 2014 instructional support levy result is the number of absentee votes cast.

     
  • Newspaper editor fired after criticizing police

    Ken Ross wrote last month that police officers in Ferguson, Missouri, were wrong to wear combat gear as they dealt with protesters who were angry that a white officer shot and killed an unarmed black teenager.

     
 
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