This month’s book sale at Carroll Public Library carries a special theme.
For the past five years, Bomgaars has held a Ladies Night in the fall or winter. During this one evening, 5 percent of the total sales has been donated to cancer centers or hospitals in the communities served.
Several options ranging from $550,000 to $7 million for train-horn-noise mitigation will be presented during a public workshop at the Carroll City Council meeting Monday.
There are seven total candidates running for Carroll City Council and the mayor position for the Nov. 2 election. This Wednesday, Oct. 20, from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., those seven candidates will sit down for a forum hosted by the Carroll Chamber of Commerce and Carroll Area Development Corpora…
DES MOINES: Supporters of former President Trump who showed up in the thousands at the Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines expressed anxieties with the economy — especially gas prices — along with major distrust of President Biden and the media. One woman said she harbors fears of a “racial war.”
Retired three-star Admiral Michael Franken of Sioux City has officially announced he will seek the Democratic nomination to unseat Senator Charles Grassley in 2022.
Looking to boost its support each year of many different community services, projects and scholarships, Carroll Rotary Club has vastly extended reach of its annual auction.
The Rev. Kevin Richter says St. John Paul II Catholic Parish’s annual Eucharistic adoration procession on Sunday, Nov. 10, tied ideally to the weekend’s Gospel of Jesus inviting a young man to give up his wealth and follow Him.
Carroll mayoral candidate Mark Beardmore has cast himself as the leader of what he believes would be a ‘conservative move’ at City Hall with his own candidacy and those of three new entrants to the local political scene seeking City Council seats.
Apple crisp is one of the best fall desserts. It’s warm, gooey and sweet, just like Grandma used to make. Apple crisp is an old-fashioned dessert that remains a favorite after all these years.
MANNING: Manning Regional Healthcare Center’s chief financial officer, Amy McLaughlin, CPA, has completed the Iowa Hospital Association’s (IHA) Advanced Leadership Academy.
A little bit of home-course advantage may have helped the IKM-Manning boys cross country finish second at the Western Iowa Conference meet on Monday.
MANNING: Patients looking for short-term care in a safe environment now have an option close to home. Manning Regional Healthcare Center’s hospitality care provides convenient accommodations and assistance for patients who do not need to be admitted to the hospital for observation, inpatient…
New Opportunities is working to offer uninterrupted services after what Carroll Fire Chief Greg Schreck called a “substantial fire” at one of the organization’s buildings.
Welcoming Carroll Band Day’s return after cancellation the previous two years, spectators lined the route and cheered the 13 high school, middle school bands as well as the dozens of other entries in the parade on Saturday, Oct. 2.
Two Iowa journalists are joining the Carroll Times Herald staff, bringing their ability to work as a team to the Carroll-area news landscape.
Area residents will be able to receive a Test Iowa COVID-19 test kit at no cost through a collaboration between Carroll County Public Health, Manning Regional Healthcare Center, McFarland Clinic, and St. Anthony Regional Hospital and Clinics. Offering this alternate method of testing is in r…
MANNING: The Recovery Center at Manning Regional Healthcare Center and IKM-Manning Schools are recognizing Red Ribbon Week, October 23-31, the largest drug-abuse prevention campaign in the world. Recovery Center Counselor, Damon Bromley will be speaking to the eighth-grade class on Thursday,…
Boxes decorated with holiday wrapping paper overflowed with toys, dolls, basketballs, footballs and games, a clear sign that Harley-Davidson of Carroll’s annual Christmas Toy Run was more successful than ever this year.
The seven candidates for City Council and mayor in Carroll Monday offered differing views on perhaps the longest-running issue in the city’s history — train-horn noise — as the town founded around the development of the railroad in the 19th century.
To the tune of “On for Carroll,” “Push It” and “Sweet Caroline,” the Carroll High School band brought cheer to the St. Anthony Regional Hospital Cancer Center. Thirty-six players out of the 44-member band directed by Jennifer Swope visited the Cancer Center on Wednesday morning, Sept. 29, as…
Begun in 2007, the Spirit of Collaboration Award honors an Iowa Cancer Consortium member who has demonstrated an outstanding commitment to collaborative cancer control efforts in Iowa.
Trish Roberts, St. Anthony Foundation Director, was selected to receive the 2021 Iowa Nonprofit Staff Leadership Award for outstanding contributions to St. Anthony Regional Hospital and the Carroll Community.
Longtime Carroll businesswoman Kimberly Tiefenthaler, who also has served as a regional director for America’s Small Business Development Center across a wide swath of Iowa, will be the new executive director of the Carroll Chamber of Commerce and Carroll Area Development Corporation.
When faced with how to remember Max Sanford on what would have been his 16th birthday, the method was clear to the late IKM-Manning student’s community:
More than $14 million in nonprofit donations and tax benefits tied to Wild Rose Casino & Resort in Jefferson has flowed to Greene County and its surrounding six counties in the six-plus years of operations, casino officials and local leaders told the Greene County Development Corporation…
Carroll Area Iowans for Life President Eugene Handlos said following Life Chain Sunday he’s seeing encouraging developments in the effort to end abortions.
The Carroll Times Herald’s longtime crime and courts reporter, Jared Strong, has accepted a job at an online news organization that focuses on state government and politics.
JEFFERSON: Greene County Development Corporation leaders have been ironing out an ambitious project with an Iowa Latino outreach firm to attract employees and shoppers from Iowa’s fastest-growing demographic to the county — which is facing an urgent labor shortage.
A milestone financial accomplishment was celebrated at the Kuemper Foundation Board of Directors’ biennial fall appreciation social on Thursday evening, Sept. 23, at the St. John Paul II Parish-Holy Spirit Greteman Center.
Barbara Hackfort selected words from the “McGuffey Speller”: cabin, contact, ponder, woolen, merchant, affluent. Students enthusiastically raised a hand to be called on when they thought they knew the right spellings.
Austin Mollhoff, all of 3 feet, 7½ inches and 72 pounds, stepped out to midfield at Carroll Athletic Field with Kuemper Catholic High School football seniors 6-3, 195-pound Isaac Evans and 6-2, 220-pound Cal Wanninger on one side of him and 5-11, 185-pound Carter Pudenz and 5-8, 155-pound Ja…
Iowa’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained at 4.1 percent in August, down from 5.3 percent one year ago, according to the most figures available from Iowa Workforce Development.