About 200 students held a protest this morning to speak out against a teacher's use of the N-word.
Students walk out of Denison High School this morning to protest a teacher's use of the N-word.
Video of full statement from Denison High School students who walked out of school today to protest a teacher’s use of N-word in classroom setting. Senior Christopher Espino, 18, delivers the speech outside Denison High School just afternoon 10 am. About 200 students walked out of school.
STYLIST SPOTLIGHT #1: Maria Promes, owner of Promesing Image Salon & Spa from Carroll, IA. Follow along as this family-owned salon shows how their passion for hair and support for each other helps them succeed behind the chair.
Congressman Ro Khanna, who represents Silicon Valley, campaigned Friday, June 14 in Carroll, Iowa for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. Khanna has been a leader in extending digital job growth from the coasts to rural reaches of the nation. He’s been involved with such projec…
On Monday, May 20, Democrat Eddie Mauro announced his candidacy for U.S. Senate. After his announcement in Carroll, IA, Mauro was asked a few follow up questions by Douglas Burns, co-owner of the Carroll Times Herald.
David Nielsen Jr., 47, of Denison, is suing his city because of this encounter with a police officer in September 2018. He disputes that he was fleeing the officer but has pleaded guilty to interference with official acts.
Long-time Greene County dispatcher Pierre Kellogg resigned in September after he failed to log a call and create a case report for a casino worker's report that a deputy sheriff was possibly driving while intoxicated. This is the Sept. 28 call. Video by Jared Strong, Daily Times Herald.
Rich Eggers, of Carroll, distills whiskey from a true Prohibition-era recipe that was passed down from bootlegger Lorine Sextro, who used proceeds from her illicit alcohol to help her family survive the Great Depression. Video by Jared Strong / Daily Times Herald