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11:16 a.m. — A traffic stop in the 100 block of West Sixth Street of a 2014 Chevrolet Equinox led to the arrest of Keri Borkowski, 39, of Carroll, for first-offense operating while intoxicated. Her alleged blood-alcohol concentration was .135 percent.

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A 26-year-old Fort Dodge man with an extensive criminal history who was recently released from jail was arrested today for robbing a bank in Scranton this week.

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A man dressed in black with a zebra-print gaiter robbed Peoples Bank in Scranton Thursday morning.

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The Austin, Texas-based company charged with helping to fill vacant storefronts and attract other businesses to Carroll currently is recruiting 30 to 40 prospects, the Carroll City Council learned Monday night.

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Performing a piece that puts a playful twist on the story of creation, Carroll High School senior Mishy King and sophomores Joewie Heithoff and Will Teggatz received all-state honors in Iowa High School Speech Association Large Group Contest.

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Organizers of a rally to protest the Catholic Diocese of Sioux City’s Ministry 2025 plan impacting three Carroll County parishes are encouraged by indications of growing interest in their effort.

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After 94 years in business, thousands of business transactions and customers, the Puck family has sold the six Horizon John Deere dealerships to Van Wall Equipment effective Dec. 15, 2020. The sale included the flagship store in Manning, established in 1926, and Horizon locations in Audubon,…

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In recognition of National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month, Family Crisis Centers is aiming to reach students at Carroll High School and other area schools with this message: Love doesn’t hurt.

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JEFFERSON: At age 87, U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley, first elected to office during the Eisenhower administration, smiled broadly when pressed by audience members about a potential re-election campaign next year in a town hall at Landus Cooperative in Jefferson this past week.

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A young person in the Carroll area died recently after ingesting what appeared to be a common painkiller that actually was a counterfeit pill containing the powerful synthetic opioid fentanyl.

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Kuemper Catholic Schools Week celebrated Catholic Schools Week, Jan. 31-Feb. 6, with an array of activities, including dress-up days, beach ball volleyball tournament, a talent show, trivia contest, popcorn and movie day, and much more.

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7:53 a.m. — Motor vehicle crash at Seventh and Clark streets. A 2010 Ford Edge driven by Alan Sterns, 64, of Carroll, was southbound on Clark Street. A 2013 Ford Explorer driven by Leon Schoenfeld, 51, of Carroll, was northbound and attempting to turn left onto Seventh Street. Schoenfeld tur…

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A Tuesday night fire engulfed two propane trucks at Al’s Corner Oil east of Breda, which led to towering flames and an explosion that propelled a fuel tank about 100 yards into a nearby field.

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When the Woodhouse family planned the new reception-room addition to the funeral home they’ve operated in Carroll for more than 55 years, it was an easy decision to remain true to the original elegance of this historic Carroll structure.

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After extensive renovation at the landmark Dahn and Woodhouse Funeral Home on Carroll Street, it is a fitting time to trace the history of the house and consider all the changes through the years. Originally built as the home of George and Sarah Wetherill in 1892, the house was described as …

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Tonya Weber began seeing the rewards soon after New Opportunities opened the doors of its first-ever Early Head Start Center in Carroll last month.