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Michel Pogge-Weaver (right) was recently offered Carroll’s city manager position. He and his husband, Jonathon, and their 3-year-old daughter, Jane, plan to move to Carroll within the month.
Michel Pogge-Weaver (right) was recently offered Carroll’s city manager position. He and his husband, Jonathon, and their 3-year-old daughter, Jane, plan to move to Carroll within the month.
One is a 39-year-old professional, married with a child. Established.

The other is a high school senior.

They’re both gay.

And both were the target of comments in Carroll this past week, among students and in the City Council chambers, that the leader of a statewide gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender organization described as “troubling” and “damaging.”
  • Relay for Life 2016: HOPE
    Around and around the track, hundreds walked hand in hand at the Carroll Stadium Friday, flickering candles lighting their way as darkness fell.
  • St. Anthony Regional Hospital has received the Healthgrades Outstanding Patient Experience Award for the second consecutive year in 2016.
  • A gay teen rises above bigotry in Carroll

    When Tyler Loew sat in front of a friend’s television two weeks ago and the 10 o’clock news started to roll, he thought he had a plan.

    He’d already chosen to brush aside the text messages sent among several of his peers deriding him for being gay.

  • Time capsule sealed in 1991 found at courthouse
    Hundreds of people walk by it every day, but few notice the plaque above the Auditor’s Office service window just inside the courthouse doors.
  • The Stadium Committee, charged with presenting a plan to renovate the Carroll Athletic Field complex, set a goal of bringing its proposal to the voters in December at a meeting Tuesday morning.
  • Citywide garage sale event draws 100 sellers, many more buyers
    At a garage sale held in his honor Saturday, 9-year-old Carter Bretey spent the day sipping on cool lemonade, bugging his siblings and selecting a few items from the sale he wanted for his own — including a toy xylophone and a Coca-Cola six-pack carrier.
  • As construction dust settles, Manning hotel prepares for Oct. 3 opening

    There’s still plenty of work to do.

    Manning’s Boulders Inn & Suites, located west of the German Hausbarn Konferenz Centre, is buzzing as final touches are completed on the hotel in preparation for its Oct. 3 opening. The hotel’s construction started April 1.

  • City considers completed trestle park, downtown designs
    It's not much more than displaced dirt right now, but Manning’s new Trestle Park is approaching a reality with the completion of colorful designs that soon will move from paper to ground.
  • Westside-based Kock Publishing purchases Breda newspaper
    Local news will see a shift after Kock Publishing, which runs the Westside and Manilla newspapers, recently purchased the Breda newspaper as well.
  • Tiger Booster Club sports new faces
    Leon Schoenfeld and James and Jeanette Bender have all watched their children grow up playing sports in Carroll. Now that they have multiple student athletes at Carroll High School in the family they decided it was time to give back.
  • One is a 39-year-old professional, married with a child. Established.

    The other is a high school senior.

    They’re both gay.

    And both were the target of comments in Carroll this past week, among students and in the City Council chambers, that the leader of a statewide gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender organization described as “troubling” and “damaging.”
  • Greene County’s coordinator of emergency management Monday afternoon was asking why Union Pacific Railroad didn’t notify the county about a “significant” spill of animal fat along a 200-mile span of track.
  • ‘Do It 4 Dena’ fundraiser set for Sept. 24
    Friends and family of lifetime Vail resident Dena (Ballantine) Niehaus have organized a benefit dinner and silent auction for Saturday, Sept. 24, to help defray medical costs.
  • Hunter land on tax sale
    With allegations of vandalism to planters near Bayard and speculation that the Mormon Church could soon become Greene County’s single-largest landowner, the saga of Hunter Farms already borders on the surreal.
  • Basketball players Slam at the Graham
    Mother Nature was an all-star for the Carroll High School Foundation on Saturday.
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