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  • A fire that caused more than $100,000 damage to a newer house on the southwest side of Carroll on Wednesday might have been ignited by a basement dehumidifier, Fire Chief Greg Schreck said today. 
  • Meth dealer says 50-year sentence is ‘irate’
    A former Carroll man claims he was misled by his attorney when he pleaded guilty to four drug-related felonies in September, and that his 50-year prison sentence should be nullified, according to court documents. 
  • Hartung seed facility slated to open in January
    Weather permitting, Hartung Brothers’ new conditioning and bagging facility should be operational in Coon Rapids by the start of the new year. 
  • Schweers says housing debate reveals Carroll identity crisis
    Mayor Adam Schweers says the city is in jeopardy of losing a “national” company because there are not enough people in Carroll or places for new residents to live. 
  • Two active members the Carroll Athletic Association told a Carroll Rotary Club session Monday that fundraising for major renovations of Merchants Park is nearing an ambitious goal. 
  • Fire causes ‘a lot of damage’ to newer house
    A 3-year-old house in a new residential neighborhood on Carroll’s southwest side suffered considerable damage from a fire this morning. 
  • Arsonist strikes post office
    Someone set fire to the small U.S. Post Office in Ralston overnight, which burned a large hole in its south wall and forced its closure for an indefinite amount of time. 
  • Alibi claim: Teen in fatal crash stole beer
    A Breda man is not responsible for a fatal, alcohol-fueled crash that killed two teenage girls because the 17-year-old boy who crashed into their car stole beer from the man without his knowledge, the man alleges in court documents. 
  • Iowa Legendary Rye secures permits, eyes March 1 sales
    The bark of the white dog soon will be hitting palates of Carroll whiskey drinkers. 
  • Carroll City Council members have joined the growing Home Base Iowa movement to attract returning military men and women to the state for civilian careers. 
  • Bruner: Merchants Park renovation could spur movement on football stadium
    A fascinating piece of the Merchants Park baseball stadium renovation project is the opportunity to see “old beauty brought back to life” — and that beauty’s potential to spur other reinvestment along the Graham Park corridor, said Carroll Athletic Association President Barry Bruner. 
  • County leaders support Home Base Iowa Community application
    The Carroll County Board of Supervisors voted this week to support an initiative aimed at bringing veterans to work in the county. 
  • An act of faith
    Faith, heritage and music will be working in harmony when historic St. Patrick Catholic Church hosts an open house and concert Sunday, Dec. 7, featuring ensembles from All Strings Attached Orchestra Studio in Carroll. 
  • A Broadway heart beats in downtown Carroll
    Sonia Walsh, a local actress with community theater and commercial experience, has turned a love of her craft into what many parents say is a remarkable confidence generator for Carroll-area young people. 
  • Katie Naberhaus joins Carroll Dental Clinic
    After wearing braces for six years, Katie Naberhaus was glad to finally have them removed. 
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