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  • St. Anthony announces $16.5M cancer center

    Today, the St. Anthony Foundation announced a $7 million capital campaign for a new regional cancer center, which will serve hundreds of residents each year in west-central Iowa.

  • Many accused priests served in Carroll County

    On Monday the Diocese of Sioux City released its long-anticipated list of priests who have faced credible allegations of sexually abusing children dating back to the 1940s.

    Of the 28 priests identified, 17 served in Carroll County for part of their time with the diocese. It was common for them to be reassigned multiple times over the course of their careers.

  • Mehl named ‘outstanding’ young journalist

    Education reporter Annie Mehl is the third Daily Times Herald reporter to earn both of the state’s awards for up-and-coming journalists.


    When Bella Badding was in second grade, she went to a friend’s birthday party at Serendipity Acting Studio in Carroll.

    She played a game similar to Charades and was instantly mesmerized.

    She loved acting, performing and being in the spotlight.

  • Back home where he belongs

    Trent Warren’s family has fostered more than 70 kittens for Animal Rescue of Carroll in the past two years.

  • Local hunter apparently poached multiple deer

    The 38-year-old Carroll man suspected of poaching one of the largest typical-antlered deer in Iowa possessed an additional three deer heads that also appeared to be poached recently, according to court records.

  • State officers use Facebook to track poachers

    A local hunter suspected of poaching deer was caught, in part, because someone posted a photo of his most-recent trophy buck on Facebook, according to court records.


    When we arrived at Whiterock Conservancy Sept. 15 for a hot day of archaeological digging, it was difficult for us to leave our air-conditioned car.

    We aren’t archaeologists, so we weren’t sure what to expect. Dinosaur bones?

  • McKinsey promoted to editor, Devine named executive editor

    Award-winning journalist Rebecca McKinsey, a five-year veteran of the Daily Times Herald who has made her mark with engaging feature stories and fierce advocacy of progress in the region, this week officially takes the reins as the editor of the west-central Iowa daily newspaper.

  • Judge: Library lawsuit was premature

    A Carroll resident failed in his last-minute attempt to halt the city’s multi-million-dollar renovations of City Hall and the public library when a judge dismissed his lawsuit on Monday.

  • Emmy winning CHS alum Marian Rees passes

    A highly accomplished Carroll High School alum earned a final starring turn Monday night on national television — although few of her contemporaries were around to catch the honor.

  • Denison to celebrate 5th annual Tri City BBQ Fest

    The fifth anniversary celebration of the Tri City BBQ Fest will be held this Friday and Saturday.

  • State board approves $491K grant for Carroll library

    Iowa’s Enhance Iowa Board Wednesday morning unanimously approved a $491,292 state Community Attraction and Tourism (CAT) grant for the Carroll Public Library modernization project, capping a years-long fundraising effort with a final-dollars-in boost for a public-works project debated in Carroll for nearly two decades.

  • An evening in Carroll with an Iowa Pulitzer winner

    Humanities Iowa is sponsoring An Evening With Art Cullen, the Storm Lake Times co-owner and 2017 winner of the Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing, in Carroll on Tuesday, Sept. 18.

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