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  • A big day for Cruz — and Carroll, Greene counties
    Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz, the Iowa caucuses winner who maintains clear-and-convincing Hawkeye State grassroots networking, picked up 11 of 12 national convention delegates selected at regional party conventions Saturday — including three in the 4th District gathering in Fort Dodge.
  • Grassley says guns OK on Republican convention floor
    U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, Wednesday told the Daily Times Herald he’s leading efforts on a bill that would allow delegates to carry firearms into the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, in July.
  • Midway though a tour of St. Anthony Regional Hospital, its CEO, Ed Smith, turned to his guest, U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley, and observed that the halls and grounds aren’t as majestic as the U.S. Capitol — where Smith has met with the Iowa Republican numerous times on medical legislation.
  • Ernst: Expect more terror attacks as U.S. ‘not winning’ war on ISIS
    The first female combat veteran to serve in the U.S. Senate says the United States is losing the war on terror. What’s more, there likely will be more attacks in Europe or even on American soil similar to the one in Belgium earlier this week, said Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa.
  • Challenger says King is ‘politically impotent’
    A self-described conservative pro-life Catholic, State Sen. Rick Bertrand, R-Sioux City, says his views and political ideology on a host of defining issues largely reconcile with veteran U.S. Rep. Steve King’s.
  • The Carroll City Council election money trail
    Councilman-elect Brandon Vonnahme raised $1,650 and Mike Curtis collected $650 in donations for their bids to succeed Dr. Eric Jensen on the Carroll City Council.
  • Spending for 4th Ward council seat hits $9,300 — so far
    Councilwoman Carolyn Siemann — who self-funded her re-election campaign in Carroll’s 4th Ward — and challenger Barb Toohey combined to raise $9,300 in their race to represent a wide southern swath of the city, according to official filings with the state.
  • Medicaid change tops forum discussion
    Two legislators who represent the Carroll area expressed hope Saturday that Iowa’s privatization of Medicaid will rein in the health-insurance program’s expenses, but also shared concerns about its rollout.
  • A Carroll Spanish voice reaches the world
    Lorena Lopez, the bilingual founding owner and editor of western-Iowa based La Prensa Spanish Language Newspaper, accurately predicted both winners leading up to the Iowa caucuses days before the actual voting.
  • O’Malley urges supporters to ‘hold strong’
    Martin O’Malley strummed “The Iowa Waltz” on a borrowed guitar, one he tuned with the help of a cellphone application moments before a spontaneous performance in Denison Friday afternoon.
  • In Carroll, Clinton has time for everyone
    Hillary Clinton got right to the local hooks Saturday in her fourth campaign appearance in Carroll during two bids for the White House.
  • Trump son in Carroll: Dad in it to win it

    Eric Trump, one of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s five children, is a big Carroll consumer, he says.

  • How is Jeb a different Bush?
    Veteran Iowa journalist Chuck Offenburger of Cooper raised his hand at Greasewood Flats Ranch in Carroll Friday afternoon and asked Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush, a son and brother of former commanders in chief, this question: “In Iowa, we know the Bushes well. How would you say you are most similar to your father and brother, whom we came to know and many of us voted for? How are you most similar to them and how are you different from them?”
  • Bush: Get back to ‘grown-up’ world
    Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush, trailing in the polls leading up to tonight’s caucuses, said voters have time for reality checks in selecting the commander in chief.
  • What do you need to know before the caucuses Monday at 7 p.m. .
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