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A long-time lawyer and judge from Harlan who was appointed to the Iowa Supreme Court in 2018 has been named its new chief justice.

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Carroll’s two Statehouse lawmakers said the crowd of more than 60 people at the Swan Lake Conservation Education Center Saturday was one of the larger ones they’ve seen in years in the regular Carroll Chamber of Commerce legislative forums.

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With February being Heart Month, St. Anthony physician Mark Collison, M.D., offers ideas to improve your heart health for this month and beyond.

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State Sen. Mark Segebart, a Vail Republican who represents five of the 39 counties in Iowa’s 4th Congressional District, told the Times Herald Saturday he plans to formally endorse U.S. Rep. Steve King, R-Kiron, in a competitive GOP primary slated for June.

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The Carroll Chamber of Commerce will host its second legislative forum of 2020 on Saturday at the Swan Lake Conservation Education Center.

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A 36-year-old Manning man who allegedly fired a gun within city limits has been fined more than $1,000 for hunting, trapping and fishing violations and still faces a weapons charge that is punishable with prison time, according to court records.

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CHICAGO: NBA All Star Weekend is more a spectacle than an actual competition.

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Three Carroll High School groups were selected all-state and 15 altogether received Division I (excellent) ratings in the Iowa High School Speech Association State Large Group Contest on Saturday, Feb. 8, at Le Mars.

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7:50 a.m. — Motor vehicle accident at U.S. Highway 30 and Grant Road. A 2014 Dodge Journey driven by Ashley Cockrum, 36, of Carroll, was stopped northbound on Grant Road at a red light. A 2000 Toyota Camry driven by a 16-year-old Carroll boy was also northbound and struck the Cockrum vehicle…

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A downturn in the farm economy several years ago threatened to sink Bob Adams’ vehicle dealerships, which forced him to defraud creditors and customers to keep the businesses afloat, Adams told the Times Herald today.

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A former Denison car dealership owner accused of defrauding creditors and customers over the course of two years will not go to prison and will not be formally convicted of a crime, according to a plea agreement that was approved Tuesday.

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12:55 a.m. — A traffic stop of a 2002 Ford Taurus at U.S. Highway 30 and Ivy Avenue led to the arrest of Anita Kajtazovic, 21, of Denison, for driving without a license and a Cherokee County warrant for forgery. 

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The Fairy Tale Ball celebrated its 10th anniversary on Saturday, Feb. 1, at the Carrollton Centre, and the Dan and Emily Ferneding family own the distinction of playing key roles in the event from the start.

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MANNING: The numerous steps Manning has taken to boost itself as a “Healthy Hometown” paid off recently with recognition in Iowa’s Healthiest State Initiative.

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Carroll County leaders are set to approve a second double-digit property tax increase in two years to pay for a new jail and radio communications system, and some are relieved the tax increase wasn’t bigger.

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DES MOINES: The Iowa Democratic Party announced this weekend that Mark Smith has been elected as the new chair, by a majority vote of the IDP State Central Committee. Smith represents Marshalltown in the Iowa State House and formerly served as House Minority Leader.

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COON RAPIDS: Coon Rapids-Bayard’s two entries in the Iowa High School Speech Association State Large-Group Contest on Saturday, Feb. 8, at Le Mars both received Division II (good) ratings.

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MANNING: Four IKM-Manning entries collected Division I (excellent) ratings at the Iowa High School Speech Association State Large-Group Contest on Saturday, Feb. 8, at Le Mars High School.

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The first-ever Discover Kuemper Preschool Night on Tuesday, Feb. 4, welcomed scores of children and their parents.

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LAKE CITY: All four South Central Calhoun entries in the Iowa High School Speech Association State Large-Group Contest on Saturday, Feb. 8, at Le Mars received Division II (good) ratings.

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The students on a veteran radio-broadcasting team from Kuemper Catholic High School made some good news themselves in the Iowa High School Speech Association State Large-Group Contest on Saturday, Feb. 8, at Le Mars.

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A 52-year-old Carroll man was arrested for public intoxication at local businesses four times over the course of five days this month, according to court records.

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The 49-year-old rural Jefferson man who sexually abused his daughter lost his first appeal of his convictions and his 75-year prison sentence, according to court records.

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The Carroll Times Herald notched 25 awards at the Iowa Newspaper Association’s annual Better Newspaper Contest, and for the first time won an innovation award for its collaboration with three other newspapers to report on the state of childcare in rural Iowa.

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Carroll’s Youth Sports Complex is expected to be a brighter and more energy-efficient feature on the north side of the city by the time softball and baseball seasons arrive.

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Carroll’s City Council Monday night delayed implementation of a sweeping new ordinance requiring inspections and permitting of rental properties as landlords and their allies packed City Hall and ran through a laundry list of concerns about costs and what many of them believe to be unwarrant…

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The Diocese of Sioux City recently presented a $200,000 donation in support of the St. Anthony Regional Cancer Center. In making the donation, the Diocese said it kept in mind all west-central Iowans who are touched by cancer, including its own parishioners.

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A local entity is close to giving XFL die-hards another reason to keep a close eye on the competition.