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  • Council accelerates cemetery building plans
    Carroll City Council members Wednesday, at the urging of Councilman Tom Tait, added $35,000 to the current budget to develop plans for an improved cemetery sextant’s building, one intended to have appropriate accommodations for grieving families handling final arrangements. 
  • Pet Cause
    Molly and Maxwell left impressive paw prints in their lives. After all, Molly, a black Labrador, and Maxwell, a gray weimaraner, weighed in at a hefty 92 and 88 pounds, respectively. Now, Ivan, a nearly 1-year-old Siberian husky may be just half their size — at just over 46 pounds — but he’s shown strong promise of nicely following his predecessor’s steps. 
  • The Words of a Victim

    "This is bad. I know that it affected me and my family. I was scared on the abandoned road and in the garage. You broke my heart a lot."

    ~Ron Turner's victim

  • Tait challenges Rec Center’s operating loss
    The City of Carroll’s elected officials and staff tonight will resume talks on a preliminary budget for next fiscal year. 
  • Get active
    Valentine hearts aren’t the only kind on the mind of St. Anthony Regional Hospital doctors and patients this February. 
  • Main Street Manning recognized for multiple projects at Main Street Iowa awards
    Hailed as a “transformational movement” to reclaim downtowns, Iowa’s Main Street program leveraged $93 of private funding for every $1 of public money invested in 2014, Iowa Economic Development Authority Director Debi Durham and Gov. Terry Branstad revealed Friday night at the organization’s annual awards ceremony in Des Moines. 
  • Westside State Bank expects to open Carroll branch  in May
    Fresh laid brick, new windows and construction workers may be what you have noticed the last few months when traveling through Carroll on Highways 30 and 71.  This busy, bustling construction site will soon be home to Westside State Bank’s Carroll branch. 
  • 10 years’ prison for man who abused child relative
    A 73-year-old rural Glidden man will serve up to 10 years in prison for forcing a child relative to touch his genitalia, a judge decided Monday. 
  • The state’s Office of Ombudsman Monday said the Carroll City Council, acting on the advice of City Attorney David Bruner, correctly managed a library-planning process challenged by the Daily Times Herald. 
  • Carroll police may arm with Tasers
    Carroll Police Chief Jeff Cayler, saying his department is dealing with more physical confrontations, has asked for $15,000 in next fiscal year’s budget to buy 15 Tasers and train his officers to use them. 
  • Community leaders from Carroll, Breda and Coon Rapids Saturday challenged their state lawmakers on key initiatives during the kickoff of the Carroll Chamber of Commerce’s legislative forum series. 
  • Keep Digging
    Clearing Carroll’s roads and sidewalks of the 10 inches of snow that fell this weekend continues today as gusty winds stalled the dig-out efforts on Sunday. 
  • Best talks politics with CHS government class
    State Rep. Brian Best, R-Glidden, spent an hour with Carroll High School students in Bob Pauk’s government class Friday afternoon. The question-and-answer-style discussion covered a range of topics from Best’s goals for his first bill to his opinion on gay marriage. 
  • Wellendorf ENT donates $18,200 to CHS Foundation
    Wellendorf ENT, a thriving regional medical practice with a foundational location at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll, has contributed $18,200 to the Carroll High School Foundation, a nonprofit organization with a mission to improve education in the community school district. 
  • Stitched with Love
    Shockingly, Gina Higbee suddenly passed away Dec. 6, 2012, at age 51. An avid long-distance runner, Higbee had completed a 13-mile half marathon just about a week before she was stricken with a brain aneurysm while working out in a gymnasium. She died a day and a half later. 
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