Ed Smith delighted in the role of tour guide this week, taking
Carroll-area patients and supporters of St. Anthony Regional Hospital —
and U.S. Rep. Steve King, R-Kiron — through the west-central Iowa
medical center’s new $2.9 million rehabilitation services wing.
A 21-year-old man has made a plea deal on charges that he had provided
alcohol to an underage youth who later was involved in a collision that
killed two teenage girls.
A new $750,000 water tower now graces the Breda skyline. It should be
operational by Oct. 1, replacing the 1910 water tower in the city of 483
people, said Mayor Michael Schwabe.
Iowa State University President Steven Leath says the school should
cancel season tickets of football fans who make racist comments in the
stands or outside of Jack Trice Stadium.
“Go back to Univision!”
“You probably don’t pay taxes!”
Jenny Reicks, local creator of handmade soap and mother of four, created Lotions and Lathers, a natural bath line locally made containing less than a handful of ingredients. What started as a bonding opportunity between Reicks and her then-11-year-old daughter, Lexi, grew into a side business with products featured in the local We the Dreamerz boutique and now on the brand’s website.
Carroll’s Planning and Zoning Commission, seeking to get a jump on
emerging technology, is drafting a recommendation on proposed
regulations for the development of wind- and solar-energy production in
Not even a late-afternoon cloudburst could keep Carroll County Relay for
Life from marching to more than $165,000 in fundraising for the
American Cancer Society.
“I’ll tell David, ‘Hi,’” were Thomas Henderson’s parting words to his murder victims’ family after a judge sentenced him to life in prison this morning. He stuck his tongue out at them. It was a parting swipe at the family’s relative, David Warnke, who is serving up to 10 years in prison for drug possession. The family erupted. “I wanna blow the place up!” said Denise Green, Warnke’s sister.
Jason Michael Watson was driving 73 mph and drunk — fleeing from a burglary with his girlfriend passed out in his sport utility vehicle — when he missed the first curve of a county road just north of Coon Rapids and briefly dipped off the roadway, prosecutors are expected to allege at the man’s upcoming vehicular homicide trial.
Randy’s Diesel Repair, a 41-year-old old business run by owners Randy
and Mary Bruhn, has recently installed a state-of-the-art truck wash
offered to the public.
Looking down the road to future success of the Sauk Rail Trail,
recreation users are now offered the option of purchasing a lifetime
legacy pass rather than daily or yearly passes.
Stacking a handful of room-numbered envelopes into a clear box, Chase
Werden, Kuemper Catholic High School 2012 graduate and Buena Vista
University senior, chats with fellow colleagues and students who
approach the conference table with their room keys.
Gov. Terry Branstad and Bill Northey, Iowa’s secretary of
agriculture, tell the Daily Times Herald that they’ve been having
conversations with Iowa ag businesspeople about possible ways the
Hawkeye State could take advantage of the increasingly desperate water
problem facing California, one of the nation’s biggest agricultural
Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) has received the 2015 Healthy
Iowa Award from the Iowa Department of Public Health and the Healthiest
State Initiative. The award was presented in a special ceremony held
June 18 at Des Moines University.
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