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  • American Legion: City’s police chief appointment violated veterans law
    Audubon’s failure to post public notice of its police chief job opening violated a state law that gives military veterans an advantage for municipal jobs, according to the American Legion of Iowa. 
  • ‘The rumor mill needs to stop’
    Those who seek to undermine the Audubon City Council need to “get out of the way” so it can tackle a financial crisis that threatens to bankrupt the town, Councilman Jason Hocker said in a lengthy admonishment on Monday. 
  • Feldmann & Company CPA’s recently released an audit report on the City of Carroll, showing, among other things, that the city collected $1.6 million through a combination of the hotel-motel and local-option sales taxes last fiscal year. 
  • Bids on a new gym and secured entrance at Fairview Elementary came in high because the construction companies received incorrect numbers from a subcontractor, Carroll Community School District Superintendent Rob Cordes told board members during a special meeting Friday night. 
  • The Carroll County Democratic Party will host a forum for national and statewide Democratic leaders and presidential hopefuls at the Carroll football stadium in July. 
  • Parched
    If you can believe the NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies, climate change is going to be worse on Iowa than previously forecast. 
  • The Manning City Council approved a demolition permit for the old downtown Manning hospital building during its meeting Tuesday night. 
  • Texas attorney piling up corn-lawsuit clients, visiting Carroll June 2
    A Texas-based attorney who has racked up thousands of clients says more farmers should sue the Swiss seed producer Syngenta for selling a genetically modified version of corn in 2013 and 2014 that China refused to import. 
  • PCE cuts new Manning signs
    Puck Custom Enterprises’ Mazak Optiplex 3015 plasma laser cutting machine can typically be heard running for up to seven hours of a 10-hour shift. 
  • Fielding a roster of college players from Iowa, Minnesota, Chicago and elsewhere — with a strong pipeline to the University of Arkansas Pine Bluff and South Dakota State University — the Carroll Merchants will take the field here for the first time in more than a half century. 
  • The New York man who sold a $16,000 sport utility vehicle to a Carroll auto dealership in 2013 forged a signature on the vehicle’s title to make it appear that the vehicle had no bank lien, according to a criminal complaint. 
  • Free breakfast and lunch for anyone ages 1 to 18 will be served throughout the summer at Kuemper Catholic High School, starting Thursday. 
  • Arrests continue for brutally beaten man
    The former Lanesboro man who was severely injured in a September 2013 brawl at his house — and, ultimately, was arrested for drug crimes the same day felony charges against his alleged assailants were dismissed — led Fort Dodge police on a short chase last week and crashed into an electrical pole, court documents show. 
  • Steffes new president of Kuemper Catholic
    Kuemper Foundation director John Steffes will take on new duties in July as he fills the shoes of outgoing Kuemper Catholic School System President Vern Henkenius. 
  • Community remembers Neil Trobak, Carroll radio icon
    Years ago, Neil Trobak headed from Carroll Broadcasting to interview a young Wayne Seaman, then a manager at West Central Cooperative, for a story. 
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