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  • Pop adds fun, punches up recipes
    Turn up the fun factor on your cooking and baking. Add a can of your favorite soda pop and see what happens. 
  • Putting down a pen for a stint in a bite suit
    What's a girl supposed to do when a police dog is rushing at her, prepared to bite and knock her down, and she's in a hugely padded suit that won't let her run? 
  • Bulletproofing Rage
    With a blurred rush of fur, a police dog named Rage hurled her body through the air, grabbing on with her teeth and using momentum to knock down her target - Guthrie County Sheriff Marty Arganbright. 
  • Local gearheads are the Extreme Auto Hunters
    They are the "extreme auto hunters," and in a new cable television show on the Velocity channel, they fly an experimental plane over cornfields and creeks to find hidden muscle cars to buy and sell. And they're from Carroll. 
  • Carroll kids and court: It's the booze
    Carroll County's juvenile court officer says the most-frequent charge that brings area minors before her is underage possession of alcohol. 
  • Iowa values in D.C.
    Matt Meiners grew up on a family farm in Templeton.

    But with an uncle in politics - Gene Meiners, chairman of the Carroll County Board of Supervisors - as well as a strong interest in current events and a desire to make a difference, Meiners set his sight on politics. 
  • A trail spur connecting downtown Carroll with the Sauk Rail Trail emerged as a highly popular element of a proposed full-city trails plan at a recent public meeting. 
  • Main Street Manning brings home $75K challenge grant
    A returning alum will soon fill the vacant former Variety Store building on Manning’s Main Street with a combined coffee bar-deli-retail space. 
  • The Carroll County Board of Supervisors approved a 2.25 percent salary increase for county employees Monday, which is in effect for fiscal year 2015. 
  • 'Boxes For Billy'
    "An empty box isn't just an empty box -

    it can be a building, or a tree, or an animal.

    And when you have a bunch of them,

    the possibilities are endless." 
  • A move to scale back the number of Audubon City Council meetings to one night each month - to the first Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. - failed Monday night when the three council members present failed to vote unanimously to approve it. 
  • 'It's just time' Willey, Roselle road projects kick off
    It's a bumpy ride through Willey these days. Olympic Avenue, the main road running through the city, is a "patchwork quilt" of cracks, ruts, potholes and patches, Carroll County Engineer Dave Paulson said. 
  • Carroll City Council members Monday night approved a $1.8 million water-well expansion project aimed at eliminating the need for usage restrictions like the long-running one in place. 
  • Say goodbye to the 'spinning wheel'
    The so-called "spinning wheel of death" that sometimes frustrates computer users is much more than an annoyance for tech-savvy teachers who already struggle to hold the attention of their young students. 
  • DTH reporters nab three national journalism awards
    The Daily Times Herald stories won three local newswriting awards this week in the national Inland Press Association 2014 newsroom contests. 
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