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  • Hurts like heel
    If your heel hurts, don’t ignore it or suffer through it.
  • Not your daddy’s Christian music
    In what area organizers are hoping will become a storied tradition in Carroll, residents will once again this year have the opportunity to attend a Christian concert locally.
  • St. Anthony’s Pat Hogan saluted in 100 Great Iowa Nurses program
    The nurses in St. Anthony Regional Hospital’s obstetrics unit, the Birth Place, occasionally have to request that their manager speak up. Pat Hogan can be difficult to hear at times. However, her love for her profession and desire to instill the same passion in others comes across loud and clear.
  • Carroll Area FFA elects new leadership, presents awards
    As professional farmers prepare for a new planting season, Carroll Area FFA members are turning the soil of the organization in preparation for next year as well.
  • Ground broken
    The crowd was smiling and attentive as Bishop R. Walker Nickless spoke, but the cringe on Jim Strautman’s face betrayed his discomfort as three first- and second-graders continued to focus solely on using their tiny shovels to dig up his well-manicured turf.
  • 1 dead, 2 injured in head-on collision
    A fatal head-on crash Monday afternoon on U.S. Highway 71 on the north side of Carroll was the third traffic fatality this month in Carroll County.
  • Visioning Program team to present final landscaping designs
    Residents of Manning will have an opportunity this week to view final conceptual landscape designs for various projects that will be started and continued throughout Manning.
  • Longtime Carroll teacher dies in bicycle crash with truck
    A Glidden woman who taught at Carroll Middle School for 25 years and was soon to be a first-time grandmother was killed Friday when a pickup truck struck her as she rode a bicycle on a paved road east of Lidderdale.
  • Carroll Hy-Vee relieves landfill stress
    The Carroll Hy-Vee store has diverted 51,880 pounds of organic food waste from landfills since partnering with a food recycling company last year.
  • Raccoon Valley to hit 100% carbon-free status for 2016
    Raccoon Valley Electric Cooperative (RVEC) moves forward in its mission of environmental stewardship by announcing today that the member will purchase Renewable Energy Certificates to achieve 100 percent carbon-free electricity for its member-owners for 2016.
  • ‘Small-town feel, big-city selection’
    It was a photography studio for quite awhile, and for more than a half-century before that, a bakery.
  • Former Times Herald intern covers Orlando massacre
    Elyssa Cherney was a 19-year-old college kid in Carroll when a Colorado man sprayed bullets in a movie theater and killed 12 people in 2012.
  • The Denison police chief who kept numerous racist, sexist and pornographic images on his work computer that were discovered early this year by city officials resigned his job on Thursday at the mayor’s request.
  • Highway 30 stoplight study underway
    The City of Carroll began its 90-day traffic study at the Highway 30 intersections of Adams and Court streets on Wednesday.
  • Bishop preaches abstinence at Denison, Vail confirmation
    Bishop R. Walker Nickless celebrated Mass last Thursday at Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Denison where several dozen young people received the sacraments of confirmation of the Catholic faith.
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