People are tired of worrying about the new coronavirus, and that — combined with a relatively low number of confirmed infections in Carroll County — is causing many local residents to ignore the advice of health experts about how to stem the spread of it.
The issue of biofuel blending waivers to oil refiners is quickly becoming a prominent issue in Iowa’s U.S. Senate race.
Despite an early lead in the opener and a fairly efficient offense overall, the Kuemper Catholic softball team couldn’t quite catch up to Creston Tuesday night in one of three Hawkeye 10 Conference games the Knights dropped this week.
Scoring explosions carried Kuemper to a 17-2 Hawkeye 10 Conference victory over Clarinda on Friday and 14-2 non-conference win over IKM-Manning on Saturday.
As a farm kid growing up outside a small town of 500, I loved everything about the Fourth of July. The fire department street dance, BBQ chicken, swimming, the annual parade, volleyball and softball tournaments, and even a horse show that I competed in. At night, everyone grabbed their blank…
On Friday, June 19th, the nation will honor an event that occurred 155 years ago. It is an event that has never received the nationwide attention that it deserves. But it is a day that all freedom loving people in the United States should celebrate. And it is a day that I successfully worked…
A few months ago I was at Carroll’s Hy-Vee shopping and happened upon Mr. Hughes — a highly respected, beloved and recently retired teacher and coach at Carroll High School — for the first time in 27 years.