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Brad Jorgensen
Brad Jorgensen
Carroll Community School District's most recent class of graduating seniors scored on average more than 2 points higher on national college-entrance exams than their peers across the state.
  • Proposal would release all-terrain vehicles onto residential streets
    Off-road vehicles could soon be unleashed onto Lake View's streets - but proponents of the change contend that kids won't be tearing through the town. 
  • City Council appoints new member amid hiring flap
    City leaders used a blind questionnaire Wednesday to appoint a new city councilman to replace one who resigned last month when he was hired as the city administrator but was fired a week later amid residents' complaints. 
  • 'Little Free library'
    Take a book, leave a book. So is the inherent agreement between visiting readers to Camp Crescent in Lake View, where a "Little Free Library" was installed last week. 
  • Stabber might have used sword
    The stabbing suspect whom police officers arrested after a 12-hour manhunt this month in Carroll might have used a sword to stab his ex-girlfriend, according to newly released court documents. 
  • Cool code: CHS, KHS students design, defend at IT Olympics
    Nearly a dozen computer screens refresh, displaying rows of green boxes. 
  • Democrats line up to fill open supervisor seats
    Don Kanne and Dean Schettler both want to fill Dan Nieland's Carroll County supervisor seat. 
  • The City of Manilla has dropped its appeal against the IKM-Manning School District's March 6 vote to close its middle school building in Manilla. 
  • Carroll Council will send lazy river project to August vote
    Carroll City Council plans to send a roughly $1.3 million Carroll Family Aquatic Center expansion project - specifically a long lazy river - to voters in an Aug. 5 special election. 
  • Branstad signs Home Base Iowa Act into law
    Gov. Terry E. Branstad, joined by Iowa Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds, Monday signed the Home Base Iowa Act into law at the Iowa Gold Star Military Museum at Camp Dodge in Johnston, Iowa. In addition, Branstad signed Senate File 2352 providing an additional homestead credit for disabled veterans. 
  • Investigation continues into mother, son slayings
    Law officers continue this week to investigate the homicides of a 48-year-old Glidden woman and her son as their relatives and friends gathered today for a morning funeral service in Carroll to mourn and remember them. 
  • An anhydrous ammonia leak from a West Central Cooperative storage tank in Halbur led to the deaths of numerous small fish in a 2-mile stretch of Brushy Creek on Saturday. 
  • Pride & Service
    Scott Schaben remembers growing up in Carroll and viewing many Memorial Day parades - first as a young spectator and later, when he was a high school student he rode with a neighbor who'd just come home from Operation Desert Storm and saw the soldier's pride and the community's outpouring of gratitude. 
  • Roll-ups: A delicious break from traditional lasagna
    Take a break from traditional lasagna and try lasagna roll-ups instead. They are fun to make, simple to prepare and you won't be stuck with a whole pan of lasagna. 
  • More than 650 firms in Iowa have the ability to expand to the tune of $9.3 billion in capital - but the state of the workforce is holding them back, said Iowa Economic Development Authority director Debi Durham. 
  • Operation Write Home: Sisters craft cards for service members overseas
    Since 2007, more than 2.5 million Americans have received handcrafted cards from the front lines of Afghanistan and Iraq. 
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