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  • 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.

  • 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. 
  • One-on-one with Hillary Clinton
    Hillary Clinton covered a wide swath of issues — many dealing specifically with rural economic development, opportunities for Iowa small towns — in a 23-minute interview with the Daily Times Herald Sunday afternoon. 
  • A Carroll County housing study over the next six months will examine of sweep of residential and employment issues in the county. 
  • Grassley: Obama, Kerry ‘naive’ on Iran nukes
    U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, Saturday said he sees an historical analogy between the U.S.-brokered Iranian nuclear deal and British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain’s policy of appeasement with Nazi Germany before World War II. 
  • Clinton: I’ll fight for the modern family
    Hillary Clinton says the next president of the United States must understand modern America, the changing nature of families, strong role of women, and use the Oval Office to bridge what she called an achievement gap so all young people toe the same starting line early in school. 
  • Swinging into summer fun
    The balls popped from the tee. The sun sizzled into the late morning. Kids laughed and cheered each other as they ran the bases. 
  • The Future of Everything
    It’s one of those movie scenes you know even if you’ve never actually seen the movie — a young Dustin Hoffman is taken aside in “The Graduate” and given some career advice by a middle-aged man in a business suit. 
  • Agencies agree: Rape exams vital

    Sexual assault is traumatic — and victims need to know they have options.

  • $10K donated to replace equipment in torched playground
    POET Biorefining and CoBank will each donate $5,000 to replace equipment in the Fourth Avenue playground that was torched earlier this month in Coon Rapids, causing an estimated $25,000 damage. 
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