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  • The Carroll Community School District offered a 1.01 percent package increase to teachers in its initial counter offer to the Carroll Education Association Thursday afternoon. 
  • Not a nursing home
    Pauline Lewman’s 12-year-old cat, Buddy, is blind in one eye. It doesn’t slow him down, though, and when Lewman began thinking about a move into senior living, she discovered Swan Place — which would welcome Buddy as well. 
  • The Carroll County Compensation Board recommended Thursday evening a 3 percent salary increase for elected county officials. 
  • ‘Our lives are over’
    With gunshots ringing in the air — more than four, with a reload in between each pull of the trigger — he returned to his two friends. 
  • One of the Carroll County Board of Supervisors’ first tasks of 2015 was to finalize hundreds of appointments throughout the county. Those appointed are listed below, along with more information about their appointments, including their cities of residence and the dates their terms began or expire. 
  • Criminal charges are pending against a 51-year-old Huxley man who shot his friend in the face while the two were turkey hunting on Saturday near Panora, according to a state conservation law enforcement officer. 
  • Manning named Small Business Community of the Year
    Manning’s mission is to thrive, not just survive, its leaders have said. 
  • The Iowa Small Business Development Center for North Central Iowa aims to partner with rural communities to fill empty storefronts with thriving businesses, regional director Jamie Kilian told a group of business owners and community leaders in Guthrie Center last week. 
  • Milligan new assistant principal at Kuemper
    Starting in July, Kathi Milligan will be the new assistant prekindergarten through eighth-grade principal and system-wide curriculum director. 
  • 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. 
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