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  • O’Malley: Big money men put nation on brink of ‘pitchforks’
    Martin O’Malley can’t spot any orioles these days in Baltimore, the city he served as mayor for eight years. Climate change chased the birds away, he said. 
  • Blond Genius goes mobile
    Sitting at the entrance to Arnolds Park in Okoboji, close to Arnolds Perk Coffee, is an RV decorated with a outdoors scene of blue denim jeans pinned on a clothesline. Written in tall cursive extending across the scene is “Fashion on the fly.” 
  • Add woman, hear $10 bill roar
    Eleanor Roosevelt? Harriet Tubman? Abigail Adams? Or maybe Iowa’s own Mamie Eisenhower, a Boone native? 
  • Native bluebirds are focus of woodworker’s project
    A flicker of blue wings over the browns of dried grass and bare trees offers one of the first colors of spring: The bluebirds are returning. 
  • Smith: SARH looks to recruit local-grown talent
    Carroll’s growing reputation as a medical center makes the commercial hub an attractive spot for professionals from across the United States. 
  • Casino grand opening set for Aug. 7-8
    Wild Rose Jefferson will open as scheduled on Aug. 1, with fireworks and nationally known entertainment the following weekend, casino management told those gathered Monday for “media day” at the $40 million facility still under construction. 
  • Young driver might avoid prison for drunken crash
    A 20-year-old Arcadia man is set to plead guilty Friday to a felony for a November crash in which he was allegedly driving drunk near Scranton, and he and two of his passengers suffered significant injuries. 
  • 100 Years Strong
    Entering the town of Manning, cars drove aimlessly seeking parking spots and visitors stood in herds on the sidewalks chatting among one another in the spirit of a celebration.  With a weekend full of events directed toward every age in the area, Manning’s 1,500 population swelled as folks packed into its close community. 
  • Fundraiser kicks off with emotional rally
    This year marks Carroll County’s 19th year of Relay for Life participation. 
  • Two Wall Lake residents face drug and child-endangerment charges after Sac County law officers searched their house Sunday and found marijuana and three teens who possessed the drug and alcohol, according to a sheriff’s report. 
  • Carroll City Council members Monday approved a $6,500 site evaluation-and-design contract with JEO Consulting of Carroll for a 2,400-square-foot maintenance and office facility at the cemetery. 
  • Carroll City Council members Monday took a major step forward with plans to boost water-pumping capacity by 40 percent with a $2.4 million project to add two wells. 
  • Man arrested for fatal drunken crash
    A 32-year-old Carroll man was allegedly driving drunk when he crashed his sport utility vehicle just north of Coon Rapids in November and his female passenger died. 
  • Carroll native Ben Nuckels wins national ‘40 Under 40’ political award
    The American Association of Political Consultants (AAPC) has named Joe Slade White & Company Senior Vice President Ben Nuckels as one of the 40 best and brightest campaign professionals under 40 years old currently working in the United States. 
  • Carroll County farmers should sue the Swiss seed producer Syngenta for selling a genetically modified version of corn in 2013 and 2014 that China refused to import, according to a Manning native who is now an attorney in Minnesota. 
 
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