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Brad Jorgensen
Brad Jorgensen
Carroll Community School District's most recent class of graduating seniors scored on average more than 2 points higher on national college-entrance exams than their peers across the state.
  • Murder trial set for December
    The man accused of killing Mark Koster in 2009 and burying his body in the basement of his house is set to stand trial for first-degree murder in December. 
  • Carroll teens blast through competition with '70s music
    If you closed your eyes, you'd think you had gone back in time. Dark bar, cold beer, ears ringing as KISS and Ted Nugent blare through the speakers. 
  • 'Hello, Iowa, I'm Back'
    Just weeks or days away from becoming a grandmother, Hillary Clinton says she has a few things on her mind these days. 
  • Sweet and salty - oh, what a delicious pair
    If you want to tantalize your taste buds, pair up something sweet and salty for a delightful dessert. Chewy caramel and crunchy pretzels are a unique, mouthwatering combination.

    Those with a sweet tooth understand the need for treats, and if you add just a touch of salt, your sweets will be even sweeter. 
  • 'Freaky fast' subs arrive next week
    Jimmy John's, the "freaky fast" sandwich restaurant chain, is finishing up construction on U.S. Highway 30 in Carroll at the former KFC location and is set to open Tuesday. 
  • Gaming chair: Jefferson casino could spark Dubuque-like turnaround
    The chairman of the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission says an expectation for rural regional development in Greene County and its neighbors weighed heavily in his tie-breaking vote Thursday to approve a gaming license for a Jefferson casino-and-entertainment complex. 
  • Rare squirrels nest in town square
    The squirrels that forage the town square of Lake City act normal enough. 
  • Teen dies in tractor crash
    A 16-year-old Lanesboro boy died Wednesday when the tractor he drove dipped off a gravel roadway north of Lanesboro, tumbled and pinned him to the ground. 
  • Carroll City officials have posted a maximum-occupancy sign of 49 people for the council chambers in the Farner Government Building. 
  • Final arrest made for flagpole thefts
    An 18-year-old Lohrville man is the third and final suspect implicated by police of the Memorial Day weekend flagpole thefts from the Carroll American Legion. 
  • Carroll votes yes
    Cheers erupted from the upper floor of B&S 529 Club Tuesday night as the special election results rolled in — Carroll voters approved an instructional support levy for the Carroll Community School District by a mere 169 votes. 
  • Background in adult education key for new library director
    Brandie Ledford's background includes a childhood in Illinois, a decade of legal work in the Seattle, Washington, area and a master's degree in adult and continuing education from Western Washington University. 
  • Fabulous 50th Holy Spirit Parish celebrates anniversary
    On the day the Roman Catholic Church celebrated the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the apostles, Carroll's Holy Spirit Parish had extra reason to celebrate on Sunday. 
  • A former councilman and leading developer who waged fiercely effective public-relations fights against the two most recent proposals to modernize the Carroll Public Library says he plans to "retire" from his high-visibility role in ongoing discussions about the lending facility's future. 
  • 2 arrested for felony flagpole thefts
    Two Lake City men were arrested Sunday of the Memorial Day weekend thefts of 550 flagpoles from the Carroll American Legion. 
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