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  • Fatal house fire caused by cigarettes
    A Sunday night house fire that killed a 59-year-old man ignited in a plastic garbage can in which the man had discarded cigarette butts, according to the Lake View fire chief. 
  • ‘There’s no such thing as a bad kid’
    Bill Evans, an iconic Carroll educator, role model, veteran of the Pacific Theater in World War II and former Iowa Athlete of the Year who was one of the first college basketball players in the nation to use a behind-the-back dribble in games, left an inspiring legacy of sportsmanship and a my-brother’s-keeper approach to life, say those who eulogized him Saturday. 
  • Trinity Radio nearing 10th anniversary
    While reception for the Catholic radio station KYMJ 103.1 FM may not carry more than about 10 miles from Carroll, it still packs a lot of power. 
  • Bernie Sanders can say ‘I don’t know’
    Bernie Sanders is drawing big crowds as the little guy fighting big things. 
  • Carroll’s kids will always need a Bill Evans

    The Bill Evans Foundation. What a gift. It’s a gift for the hundreds of young people who are assisted.

  • ‘Back to work’: Psychologist reopens Carroll practice
    When Dr. Rick Joneson resumed practicing psychology in Carroll this week, he returned with a World Series ring. 
  • Doughnuts on display
    Dunkin’ Donuts workers are in their final dress-rehearsal days this week before the new store in Carroll opens Monday. 
  • Lake View eyes citywide improvements
    With a population of 1,200, Lake View is known for an escape from the routine provided by Black Hawk Lake and all it has to offer. 
  • Coon Rapids hit by playground fire, memorial vandalism
    The acrid smell of burned rubber hung in the air Thursday morning after a fire set Wednesday night destroyed the Fourth Avenue playground in Coon Rapids. 
  • Wild Rose boss: Jefferson casino eyes TV simulcasts of horse, dog racing
    Mint juleps, colorful ladies hats and Kentucky horse chatter could fill the new Wild Rose Jefferson early next May if a plan being eyed by the casino takes shape. 
  • Stone Pier announces summer concert line-up
    The Stone Pier Summer Concert Series will celebrate its fifth anniversary with its largest line-up yet, featuring 10 regional bands, including one returning favorite from each of the concert series’ former four seasons. 
  • Cayler retiring after 30 years as police chief
    Carroll Police Jeff Cayler, 56, the 30-year leader of a department in a city that consistently records some of the lowest crime rates in the nation, Tuesday afternoon announced his retirement effective June 8. 
  • Eight is Great
    The wait made South Central Calhoun’s first-place finish in the Iowa High School Jazz Championships a little sweeter, SCC Band Director Tom Plummer said after Tuesday night’s finals at the Des Moines Convention Center. 
  • The Omaha, Nebraska, architect charged with developing a consensus plan for improved library services has released five initial conceptual designs ranging from a remodel with a slight addition — 9,952 square feet — to an expansion to the north and east —15,500 square feet. 
  • Glidden-based Raccoon Valley Electric Cooperative and the U.S. Department of Agriculture have teamed up to provide a $360,000 zero-interest loan to St. Anthony Regional Hospital toward a $2.8 million renovation-and-expansion of the Catholic heath-care center’s rehabilitation services. 
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