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  • Community leaders from Carroll, Breda and Coon Rapids Saturday challenged their state lawmakers on key initiatives during the kickoff of the Carroll Chamber of Commerce’s legislative forum series. 
  • Keep Digging
    Clearing Carroll’s roads and sidewalks of the 10 inches of snow that fell this weekend continues today as gusty winds stalled the dig-out efforts on Sunday. 
  • Best talks politics with CHS government class
    State Rep. Brian Best, R-Glidden, spent an hour with Carroll High School students in Bob Pauk’s government class Friday afternoon. The question-and-answer-style discussion covered a range of topics from Best’s goals for his first bill to his opinion on gay marriage. 
  • Wellendorf ENT donates $18,200 to CHS Foundation
    Wellendorf ENT, a thriving regional medical practice with a foundational location at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll, has contributed $18,200 to the Carroll High School Foundation, a nonprofit organization with a mission to improve education in the community school district. 
  • Stitched with Love
    Shockingly, Gina Higbee suddenly passed away Dec. 6, 2012, at age 51. An avid long-distance runner, Higbee had completed a 13-mile half marathon just about a week before she was stricken with a brain aneurysm while working out in a gymnasium. She died a day and a half later. 
  • Three vehicles struck and killed black Angus cows on Tuesday that had wandered onto Iowa Highway 141 near Dedham, according to Carroll County Sheriff’s reports. 
  • A Nice Guy toast to farmers
    Iowa Nice Guy and Mount Carmel native Scott Siepker, who blends satire and passion for rural Iowa on social media, has delivered something of a video love letter to agriculture with his with his filmmaking team’s latest release — “Farmer Nice.” 
  • Middle school students name hospital robot ‘Faith’
    Surgical patients at St. Anthony Regional Hospital can rest easier than ever in the knowledge that they are in good hands — the robotic hands of Faith. 
  • Any ordinary Joe could walk into the courthouse with a public-records request for the courthouse door’s key code or the county auditor’s computer passwords, Carroll County Attorney John Werden told the county supervisors Monday. 
  • A rural Iowa heart beats in the Minnesota woods
    The expansive, seemingly borderless roam of Northern Minnesota is the setting for “Heart of Wilderness,” an independent film that explores a claustrophobic blue-collar marriage strained by broken promises, deception and sheer isolation. 
  • Residents oppose demolition of former hospital
    Several people pleaded with the Crawford County Memorial Hospital trustees on Monday to forgo the potential sale of Denison’s former hospital site to a senior living center, which under a current proposal, would lead to demolition of the 64-year-old building. 
  • As they have in the past several years, the Carroll County Board of Supervisors approved slightly lower salary increases for county officials than were recommended to them. 
  • A draft Carroll city budget elected officials will consider in coming weeks calls for an 8 percent decrease in commercial property taxes next fiscal year. 
  • 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. 
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