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  • Murder defendant wants to toss key evidence
    A Walmart receipt that ties a Denison man to a 2014 double-homicide should not be used as evidence in his first-degree murder trial this week because it has faded beyond recognition in the past 10 months, the man’s attorney argues in court documents. 
  • Obama’s free-tuition plan would save Carroll DMACC students $8,900

    The president of Des Moines Area Community College estimated the statewide network’s enrollment of 37,000 students could jump by 10,000 if President Barack Obama’s plan to provide two years of tuition-free community college education becomes public policy.

  • ‘Everybody is very concerned’
    The targets of a potential water-quality lawsuit rallied Tuesday around the state’s agriculture chief, who promised in a town-hall meeting near Sac City that afternoon that farmers will better limit the fertilizer runoff from their fields without the long shadow of legal regulation that might come from the suit. 
  • Parents blast teachers’ pay-raise request
    The district will eat up all its new instructional support levy funding and kill the credibility of the parent-led committee that got the levy passed if school officials hand out high teacher raises this year, John Munson told Carroll Community School District board members Tuesday night. 
  • Milligans are Carroll Citizens of the Year
    Paul and Tam Milligan, a philanthropic-minded couple with loaded resumes of community involvement, earned the Carroll Citizen of the Year Award for 2014 Monday night at the Chamber of Commerce’s annual banquet. 
  • Starting in 2016, Manning will base city employee raises on individual performance rather than a standard flat rate. 
  • Inaugural gala to benefit STEM projects
    The IKM-Manning School Foundation has set a $50,000 goal for its first annual IKM-Manning Gala, slated for April 25 at the Manning Hausbarn. 
  • Birthday boost ends with pepper spray, jail
    Andrew Roland Petersen’s birthday joyride was cut short Sunday when police officers shot his face with pepper spray and wrestled him out of a stolen car. 
  • Kuemper Tomorrow reaches $4.6 million goal
    The Kuemper Tomorrow campaign has reached its first-tier $4.6 million celebration goal, school officials announced this morning. 
  • Burns: When covering small towns, a Facebook page won’t do
    Having the local newspaper shut down can be tough on a small community. 
  • Three new businesses unveiled in Glidden
    With the snap of giant scissors and the flutter of ribbon, three new or updated businesses celebrated their beginnings in Glidden Monday. 
  • Farmers might have to pay damages
    A pending Des Moines Water Works lawsuit against three northwest Iowa counties over farm-fertilizer runoff will seek monetary damages, in addition to stricter requirements for farmers, according to a 60-day notice of the suit Water Works sent to those counties. 
  • Manning’s C3 launches food pantry, other projects
    Manning’s C3 organization — promoting Christ, community and celebration — was formed about three years ago by volunteers from Manning’s five churches with a goal to bring Christian artists and speakers with Christian messages within local reach. 
  • Area nonprofits urged to think big for casino money windfall
    The message Sunday night to local nonprofits from the Grow Greene County Gaming Corp. could be interpreted like this — after nearly a decade of playing the penny slots with the Greene County Community Foundation, it’s time to head over to the craps table for a shot at big money. 
  • ‘City folks just don’t get it’
    You’ve seen the commercials. That catchy country jingle — “You don’t have to be lonely” — may even be bouncing around between the ears now. 
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