Mark Abraham, MD, FACS joins McFarland Clinic’s General Surgery department in Carroll next week.
LAKE CITY: Stewart Memorial Community Hospital recently earned the 2021 Women’s Choice Award as one of America’s best hospitals for obstetrics.
Carroll County recorded a 2.2 percent unemployment rate for November, a continuing month-to-month decline since February, when the county posted a 2 percent jobless rate, according to the most-recent figures from Iowa Workforce Development.
MANNING: Since launching its first “Investment/Pledge Drive” in three years, Main Street Manning, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, is pleased to report more than $7,000 has been raised thus far to fund its $40,000 annual operating budget and support many activities that benefit local busin…
While Santa and Mrs. Claus’ schedule has been limited this holiday season in order to keep everybody healthy, you can enjoy a visit from the jolly couple anytime at your convenience via the Carroll Chamber of Commerce’s Facebook page, where they can be found reading Christmas stories, promot…
In perhaps another indication of how 2020 has been a year most people want to forget, Iowans spent a record amount of money on liquor this past year.
MANNING: Main Street Manning is continuing its Giving Tuesday campaign in an effort to raise $2,000 to purchase a new planter for Main Street as well as flowers to be planted next spring.
Iowa’s eating and drinking establishments will lose in excess of $1.4 billion in food and beverage sales for calendar 2020, according to a study conducted by the Iowa and National Restaurant Associations. Overall, Iowa hospitality industry sales were down an average of 33 percent.
St. Anthony Regional Hospital is initiating a registered apprenticeship program for individuals interested in becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA).
Shawn Wilkerson, a 2020 Greene County High School graduate, recently was awarded sponsorship and tuition assistance by Van Wall Equipment to attend Southeast Nebraska Community College in Milford, where he will work toward a John Deere ag technician degree.
Scott Ellis, DNP, MBA, BSB, RN, began working in October in the executive role of vice president of patient services at St. Anthony Regional Hospital.
LAKE CITY: Stewart Memorial Community Hospital and McCrary Rost Clinic have welcomed Abby Behrens, of Radiant Complexion Dermatology Clinics, who will be offering patient care in dermatology at McCrary Rost Clinic on the second Tuesday of each month.
McLaughlin Family Companies, a Scranton, Iowa-based, family-owned company with 12 different industry-leading product lines, has made a $75,000 donation to the Des Moines Area Community College Foundation to be used for the DMACC Carroll Campus expansion project.
American Home Shield, which employs about 400 people in Carroll in the home-warranty field, this afternoon confirmed an 8 percent reduction in the local workforce, or about 35 employees.
Silicon Valley Congressman Ro Khanna, the representative of one of the more economically muscular districts in the history of the nation, has introduced sweeping legislation — the 21st Century Jobs Package — aimed at bringing communities left out of digital and technical jobs and wealth grow…
For generations, the city and Carroll Area Development Corporation have steered clear of recruiting new retailers out of respect for existing ones — and because of a fundamental faith in the marketplace.
The new Sharp Center fellowship hall opened by Sharp Funeral Home already is receiving many positive comments, says Kyle Atkinson, one of the funeral home’s owners.
The original Yankee Clipper, Joe DiMaggio, set a major league baseball record for the ages, hitting safely in 56 straight games during the 1941 season.
Carroll Area Child Care Center and Preschool (CACCCP) recently was recognized by Iowa APSE (Association of People Supporting Employment First) with its Iowa APSE 2020 Employer Award.
MANNING: Stand outside of Accura HealthCare on Monday and Wednesday afternoons and you can hear bits and pieces of talks between mothers and daughters whose contact has been upended by the coronavirus pandemic.
Carroll City Council members are confident a new retail-and-commercial district revitalization effort will fill stores and boost the local tax base — and ease worries about one of the biggest threats to Carroll’s way of life.
The City of Carroll and Carroll Area Development Corporation are launching an ambitious partnership aimed at filling the city’s vacant storefronts.
With the COVID-19 pandemic causing many local businesses to struggle in 2020, one of them wanted to thank an organization that continually has had its back.
LAKE CITY: Promising a future of providing fantastic care to patients, Stewart Memorial Community Hospital broke ground on its $31 million Putting People First expansion and renovation project on Thursday, Sept. 17.
BREDA: Just three days after her lieutenant visited Templeton Rye, Gov. Kim Reynolds spent well over an hour in the northern part of Carroll County touring Trophies Plus, a company that has survived COVID-19 challenges by relentlessly adapting its inventory while doubling down on its core bu…
TEMPLETON: Iowa’s lieutenant governor delighted in a firsthand look at the production of a Carroll County product he initially enjoyed more than a decade ago as a law student in Des Moines.
The Union Pacific Foundation Board has awarded a local grant in the Community Spaces cause area to the Carroll Depot Centre Foundation Stabilization and Landscaping.
He was a friendly fixture, someone with whom all regular Carroll Hy-Vee shoppers have had interaction — a smile here, a kind word there, and always a helping hand.
Carroll County’s retail or taxable trade ranked among the best in Iowa for a rural county with per-capita sales doubling or even tripling those of nearby counties, according to a study from Iowa State University.
MANNING: Manning’s citizens love to tout “it’s refreshing” in reference to their community — and a big reason for that is the city’s Main Street, which recently was nationally accredited.
JEFFERSON: Just in time for the Kentucky Derby (which will be run Sept. 5 this year), Wild Rose Jefferson has added simulcast horse and dog racing to its roster of entertainment and wagering choices.