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County officials suspected their former general assistance director of theft, but a police investigation determined there wasn’t sufficient evidence of a crime, according to testimony at the former director’s unemployment insurance appeal hearing.

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The coronavirus pandemic may have sidelined the annual Field of Teams Softball Tournament fundraiser for St. Anthony Regional Hospice; however, Carroll Rotary Club stepped up to the plate to maintain its long record of supporting hospice.

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Last school year at Kuemper Catholic Grade School, Beth Seidl’s fifth-grade class was awarded a $250 Project Jack Grant, and the class used the funds to recently donate toy stuffed animals to St. Anthony Regional Hospital’s Emergency Room to give to children needing care.

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Carroll County's positive coronavirus cases jumped by 32 today, bringing the county's positivity rate up back into the range in which schools could request to go online, according to data from the state of Iowa.

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A referendum that tied certain debt financing to the Carroll Recreation Center for modernization of any sort — a rerun of last week’s failed vote on a $13.38 million project or a scaled-down plan — could not take place until September 2021 at the earliest, and more likely would come on the N…

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A 54-year-old Illinois woman — who was released from the Sac County jail on Monday after she was arrested for intoxicated driving — led a high-speed, 30-mile chase from Carroll to Jefferson this morning while she was intoxicated again, according to court records.

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Carroll County's coronavirus test positivity rate has dropped below the threshold at which schools can request to go fully online, and there were just four Carroll Community students as of Monday night who currently were infected.

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A 52-year-old Denison woman died after she was thrown from a three-wheeled motorcycle Saturday that took a sharp turn in her town’s western business district, according to an Iowa State Patrol report.

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Iowa Democratic congressional candidate J.D. Scholten urges all voters to “have a plan” for casting their ballots amid the COVID-19 pandemic and heated rhetoric about the integrity of the election.

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MANNING: Craig Williams of Manning has been designated a “Friend of Agriculture” by the Iowa Farm Bureau Political Action Committee (PAC). Williams is seeking the Iowa Senate District 6 seat that includes Buena Vista, Sac, Carroll, Audubon and the eastern portion of Crawford County.

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More than 2 inches of rain fell in Carroll on Tuesday, which was more rainfall than the totals for each of the past three months.

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Thirty-nine percent of all adult Americans are caring for a loved one who is sick or has a disability. Caregiving can be a stressful responsibility leading to poor health, mental distress and less life satisfaction for the caregiver. It can be challenging for caregivers to find the support t…

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12:13 a.m. — Report of a disturbance in the 500 block of East 18th Street. Jerome Carter, 55, of Carroll, was arrested for assault. 

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People between the ages of 41 and 60 and children younger than 18 accounted for an abnormally large share of the number of new confirmed coronavirus cases in Carroll County when they began to surge in the last two weeks of August, according to county data.

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As Meredith Dryden took a second to straighten her hair at a cameraman’s request (she had “wispies,” he commented), her husband, Noah Dryden, turned to look at her.

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12:05 a.m. — A traffic stop of a 2006 Chevrolet Colorado at First and Main streets led to the arrest of Marshall Kohorst, 30, of Carroll, for first-offense operating while intoxicated. His alleged blood-alcohol concentration was .140 percent.

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For Nick and Ann Topf, persistence turned into a blooming success.

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Two more Carroll County residents have died after being infected by the new coronavirus, according to local health officials. A total of five local residents have died since the pandemic began.

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A 76-year-old Lanesboro man died today when his car was struck by a pickup truck whose driver didn’t yield at a stop sign north of Lidderdale, according to an Iowa State Patrol crash report.

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LAKE CITY: Stewart Memorial Community Hospital offers a coronary artery calcium scoring. This cardiac CT scans for coronary calcium and is a non-invasive, low-radiation-dose way of obtaining information about the presence, location and extent of calcified plaque in the coronary arteries — th…

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Over the last 51 years, hundreds of girls have stepped across the stage with big smiles and waves as they’ve given it their best shots to win the Little Miss Black Hawk Pageant crown.

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A 34-year-old rural Carroll woman was severely injured early Tuesday morning when she was struck by a pickup truck on a gravel road as she walked a dog, according to a sheriff's report.

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The number of Carroll Community students with active coronavirus infections has increased to 15, with another 164 students in quarantine at home because they might have been exposed, according to data the district published after school on Wednesday. One of the students hasn't attended in-pe…

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Stewart Memorial Community Hospital and McCrary Rost Clinic are seeking nominations for outstanding nurses. In partnership with the DAISY Foundation, SMCH has made a tradition of recognizing nurses who, by virtue of their exemplary work, rise above and beyond.

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In order to provide safest possible accommodations for activities this fall, Kuemper Catholic School System will be limiting attendance at events and requiring spectators to wear face coverings.

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Carroll High School students will attend school on alternating days starting Wednesday due to the number of students who have been infected by the new coronavirus and those who have been quarantined because they were in close contact with someone infected, the district announced this afternoon.