12:54 a.m. — Noise complaint in the 100 block of South Main Street.
Returning home following Army service in World War II and the Korean War, James Strautman settled into careers that fit two passions in his life — teaching and agriculture.
The new pickleball complex under construction on the northwest corner of 11th and North East streets, just west of Graham Park, took a big step toward completion last week.
Carroll city employees — both union and non-union — were expected to receive 3 percent annual salary and pay increases beginning July 1 under a resolution before the City Council Monday night.
Carroll High School band presented its Spring Contest Concert Monday night in the school gym, a warm-up for Iowa High School Music Association Contest today in Atlantic.
A recent bar crawl, in addition to bolstering some of Carroll County’s drinking establishments, gave participants an opportunity to give back.
The 37th annual Friends of Kuemper Ball on Saturday night was a good first step back toward normalcy and hopefully a much bigger event in the future, Kuemper Catholic School System President John Steffes said.
SIOUX CITY: A mother or father or spouse rises early and leaves for work following a years-long routine. Alarm. Same breakfast eggs. Quick grab of coffee. Wave and a kiss good-bye.
BOYER: Tending bar at the last business in a town with fewer than a dozen homes may seem like a hopeless endeavor, but when Margaret Gilmore looks at the half-dozen regulars at the New Country Pumpkin in Boyer on a Sunday afternoon, she sees people who aren’t going anywhere and are proud to …
A joint educational discussion about the COVID-19 vaccinations will be offered at noon Thursday, May 6, featuring physicians from McFarland Clinic and St. Anthony Clinic, in conjunction with staff from Carroll County Public Health.
A 29-year-old Carroll man was highly intoxicated when he went into a closed business Saturday night and disrobed after he vomited and soiled his shorts, according to Police Chief Brad Burke.
Three registered nurses at St. Anthony Regional Hospital — Kari Hammer, Sara Roth and Nicole Schwering — were selected as recipients of the 2021 “100 Great Iowa Nurses” award.
You can hear the angels sing ... even an Irish angel with a glint of mischief in her eye. Helen Clare Carey Malloy still has an ornery Irish spark and lots of love and laughter to share as she turns 99 years young on May 4. In a life well lived taking care of others, first through her nursin…
The 37th annual Friends of Kuemper Ball fundraiser for Kuemper Catholic School System celebrated on Saturday night producing the third-largest total in the campaign history.
The city of Carroll has agreed to pay $50,000 to a Menlo company to settle a lawsuit that stemmed from a water pipe project from which the city withheld partial payment after a significant delay in the project’s completion.
2:22 a.m. — A traffic stop of a 2006 Chevrolet Silverado in the 21000 block of 180th Street led to the arrest of Ryan Kraft, 39, of Lohrville, for first-offense operating while intoxicated, driving while revoked and no insurance.
DUNLAP: Political partisans or provocateurs have become increasingly brazen and profane with yard signs and flags in a polarized nation.
The Carroll City Council began its regularly scheduled meeting Monday with members visiting the wastewater treatment plant to get their first look at the system that uses ultraviolet light to disinfect effluent into the Middle Raccoon River.
BREDA: Western Iowa Networks (WIN) recently was a recipient of a grant through the Empower Rural Iowa Broadband Grant Program through the Office of the Chief Information Officer, which will aid in the construction of a fiber optic network in a large portion of southwestern Mills County.
In just its first year of performance, Kuemper Catholic High School’s winter guard squad received an “exceptional” rating in WGI Sport of the Arts Small Ensemble National Finals.
After a year of postponements and cancelations, the Carroll Chamber of Commerce is hoping to put a little bit of fun into Carroll this summer.
A firm hired by the City of Carroll will develop a plan to prevent fallout from natural disasters or “malevolent acts” — domestic terrorism or pranks — aimed at mayhem in the city’s public water system.
Carroll city officials have hired a military veteran who served in Afghanistan — a resident of Calhoun County with a deep resume of local government experience — as its first-ever code compliance officer.
DMACC Carroll Campus Nursing Professor Amber Mahrt has been appointed by Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds to the Iowa Board of Nursing.
St. Anthony Regional Hospital is partnering with Siouxland Urology Associates P.C., a Siouxland based, board-certified group of urology specialists.
A 46-year-old former Carroll man was sentenced to up to 60 years in prison this week for killing someone when he was caught stealing items from a Sioux City house to get money to buy methamphetamine.
In celebration of Earth Day on Thursday, April 22, the Iowa Cattlemen’s Association recognized the state’s beef cattle producers — the original stewards of land and natural resources.
COON RAPIDS: Longtime pharmacist Dan Pomeroy, R.Ph., of Coon Rapids recently announced his retirement, effective May 1, at which time ownership of Coon Rapids Pharmacy will transfer to the Medicap Pharmacy in Jefferson.