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Release of details on 139 unaccompanied, undocumented minors in Iowa exposes them to risk, Senator says.
  • Erickson challenges Baltimore in House race
    Two Boone politicians are vying to represent Greene County in the House District 47 race. 
  • A drive through Carroll County shows Marty Danzer’s accomplishments as a county supervisor in several tangible ways. 
  • State parties pour $200,000 into House race
    Documents filed in the last week with Iowa’s political campaign-regulation office show state party officials have spent more than $200,000 in recent weeks — mainly on television ads and mailers — to boost prospects of candidates seeking to represent Carroll, Audubon and Crawford counties in the Iowa House. 
  • Braley: ‘What does Joni Ernst have to hide?’
    Congressman Bruce Braley, a Waterloo Democrat seeking a U.S. Senate seat, Tuesday night said his opponent’s dodging of editorial board meetings with Iowa newspapers raises serious questions about the transparency of her campaign. 
  • Opperman challenges Dopheide
    It’s the person who handles your birth certificate, death certificate and everything in between. The Carroll County Recorder deals with a multitude of records, and this year, uncommonly, two people are gunning for the spot. 
  • Hatch: Grandma Clara hasn’t sung yet
    Jack Hatch’s grandmother Clara sang opera 80 years ago. 
  • Lone congressional debate a punch-thrower’s contest
    Democratic congressional candidate Jim Mowrer, an Iraq War veteran, said Congressman Steve King’s lack of military service limits his understanding of how to handle to the Ebola outbreak and other matters. 
  • King on gays:  ‘I don’t expect to meet them should I make it to heaven’
    U.S. Rep. Steve King, R-Kiron, suggests gays won’t make it to heaven. What’s more, in an interview, King intimated that the divorced or cohabitators could be thwarted in the pursuit of eternal salvation as the Christian faith teaches it. 
  • Taking Carroll County's case to Washington
    The Carroll Area Development Corporation hosted the fourth annual Access Washington trip in June. 
  • Branstad announces plan to boost Iowa’s quality of life
    Gov. Terry Branstad Monday unveiled IowaNEXT, an initiative aimed at creating more recreational and cultural opportunities in Iowa. 
  • Branstad: ‘Arrogant’ Braley alienates rural Iowans
    Gov. Terry Branstad Monday said Bruce Braley projects an air of condescension to rural Iowa that will kill the Waterloo congressman’s Senate bid in November. 
  • Rising Democratic star ties Ernst to Wall Street interests
    U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, the product of blue-collar home who’s built a reputation as a dogged critic of Wall Street excesses, delivered a fierce populist endorsement of Bruce Braley’s bid for the Senate Sunday afternoon in Des Moines. 
  • Candidates turn off TVs, turn up attacks
    Tired of the television takeover, the incessant negative noise of politics? So are both U.S. Senate candidates, Republican Joni Ernst and Democrat Bruce Braley. 
  • Iowa values in D.C.
    Matt Meiners grew up on a family farm in Templeton.

    But with an uncle in politics - Gene Meiners, chairman of the Carroll County Board of Supervisors - as well as a strong interest in current events and a desire to make a difference, Meiners set his sight on politics. 
  • ‘It takes a lot of guts to run’
    On a recent campaign stop in Templeton, Don Kanne, a candidate for the Carroll County Board of Supervisors, thought a constituent was waving him inside. He opened her storm door, and out flew her cat. 
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