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  • Star-spangled success
    Standing on stage in front of a giant American flag, veterans wearing uniforms representing various branches of the military hoisted placards each bearing star-spangled numbers that showed the 31st annual Friends of Kuemper Ball campaign has marched into the record books. 
  • ‘Cross this bridge, remember the sacrifice’
    The Highway 141 bridge over the Middle Raccoon River, just east of Coon Rapids’ Sculpture Park in Guthrie County, is very much a part of life in this region of Iowa. And that’s why the naming of the bridge is a fitting honor for a fallen native son, U.S. Army Spc. Shawn Muhr — who should be front and center in the collective memory, the fighting spirit of Iowa, said Capt. Michael Harrell, one of Muhr’s commanding officers in Afghanistan. 
  • Taco Bell plans September Carroll opening
    A Taco Bell in Carroll is expected to be open in September, early in the month if the weather cooperates, said an official with the developer building the franchise in the city. 
  • Gina Badding running for Carroll school board
    A Carroll attorney with a family tree steeped in public and Catholic education is seeking a seat on the Carroll Community School District board. 
  • 3 candidates emerge for Carroll school board
    Incumbent Kim Tiefenthaler, farmer and former educator Brad Jorgensen and graphic designer Jon Sampson, all of Carroll, have announced their campaigns for Carroll Community School District Board. 
  • An ATV crash Wednesday afternoon claimed the life of a local 8-year-old. 
  • Posthumous philanthropy: Eve Fisher makes big local impact
    A Glidden-Ralston High School alum with strong ties to Carroll has used money she made in a personnel management career that spanned from New York City to San Francisco to Houston to boost local schools and St. Anthony Regional Hospital. 
  • What I've Learned: Milan Kucerak

    For the people who post pictures on Instagram of everything they’re about to eat, organic soy has apparently run its course.

  • 'It was heartbreaking'
    During Ian Miller’s recent visit to a Romanian orphanage, a young girl approached the former Carroll student. 
  • St. Lawrence’s annual event aids sister parish in Haiti
    Thousands of bargain items large and small — from knickknacks to large furniture — will fill Kuemper Catholic School Middle School gymnasium Friday when St. Lawrence Parish’s annual garage sale kicks off. 
  • Marketlink CEO: We can’t find employees in Carroll
    Marketlink, a services-and-support call center, came to Carroll in 2009 with aspirations of growing a workforce to as many as 60 employees in a building on the north side of the city. 
  • On Jan. 17, a food pantry opened within the doors of East Sac County High School. 
  • Carroll’s water supply has responded favorably in recent months, and the city expects to have two new wells online in November. 
  • Citing struggles with finding available labor in the region, Marketlink’s Carroll Call Center, 18657 Highway 71 North, will be closing Aug. 23. 
  • The Carroll City Council Monday night approved plans for a $1.38 million street resurfacing this construction season. 
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