As featured speaker for the Memorial Day ceremony on Monday in Carroll City Cemetery, Carroll attorney, Marine veteran and American Legion member Greg Siemann saluted all those who gave their lives for their country in service during wars, and noting this year marks the 50th anniversary of t…
This summer, the IKM-Manning Scout Troop 99 will be assisting two Scouts in working to earn their Eagle Scout rank. These scouts are juniors Jayden Phipps and Camron Caughey.
Carroll County Historical Society’s annual open house on Sunday, June 4, will showcase a couple of new attractions for tuning in to the past.
Since its beginnings, Scott and Carrie Mills of Des Moines have attended nearly every Trail to Nowhere, an annual cycling and running event.
When she was 16, Jill Denny began her nursing journey as a certified nurses aide, working through high school at a nursing home. A year after graduation, she earned licensure as a practical nurse.
Every morning at the St. Anthony Auxiliary Coffee & Gift Shop, gift shop manager Denise Irlbeck said they’ll see the same people order their coffee.
The Carroll Merchants are sporting a solid batting average in the community: delivering quality baseball, winning fan support and packing economic punch.
Little did Judy Schreck know that she would find a long, fulfilling career so quickly, acting on a grandfather’s suggestion.
Before she decided to become a nurse, Hannah Schreck said she was initially interested in teaching.
As a child, Annette Haberl said she remembers playing nurse with her sister.
“I always knew that I wanted to help people,” shared Mya Ertz, RN at Manning Regional Healthcare Center (MRHC). “I found that nursing had many different avenues to care for others, so my junior year of high school I met with Jill Arp about the tuition assistance program through MRHC and I wa…
Harper Stribe is a huge University of Iowa women’s basketball fan. At just age 11, already she’s been thrilled to cheer a couple of national players of the year and Hawkeye teams that have rolled to big NCAA Tournament successes.
Although Iowa author Ann Hanigan Kotz grew up on a Denison farm, she considers her upcoming stop in Carroll as another trip home.
The historical Manning Hausbarn roof is receiving a facelift.
For Tyler Sullivan, every city in Iowa has a hidden gem, he just needs to find it.
The Carroll Area I-Club hosted Hawkeye coaches from the wrestling, basketball and football teams at the annual spring banquet Tuesday night with hundreds of Hawkeye fans in attendance.
It’s no surprise that Wayne Harmening was still driving and still traveling across the country when he was past his 95th birthday. For nearly 60 years Wayne was a daily model of energy and fitness walking briskly to the courthouse to research property information for Security Title and Inves…
When he was a kid, Mike Toyne said he remembers his older brother Leon Toyne taking him and his other brother Steve Toyne to the Lake City Capri Theatre.
As students sat in complete silence, Yoko Tanaka encourages them to take in the surrounding sounds.
Carroll Public Library celebrated National Library Week April 23-29 with the magic of Jonathan May, poetry readings and music by Iowa Poet Laureate Debra Marquart, and a Beatles tribute by music historian Tim Tracy.
Throughout all of their medical battles, the Team Lux family remains strong.
On Saturday, St. Anthony Regional Hospital hosted its second annual Mental Health Matters 5K Run/Walk at Graham Park, which was created to combat the stigma around mental health.
Don and Susan Lamb recently welcomed a new golden retriever into their home. The Manning couple have long enjoyed the company of golden retrievers. They had two, Callie, an American golden retriever, and Kendal, an English Labrador retriever, when they received a call from a friend in Delmar…
CORRECTION: A previous version of this story incorrectly reported that Central Church purchased the First Presbyterian Church building. Central Church is currently in the process of purchasing the building, but the sale is not finalized as of this reporting. The Times Herald regrets this error.
The people of Carroll had the opportunity to trade vintage toys and items for cash last week as America’s Toy Scout hosted a show at the Carrollton Inn.
Whiterock Conservancy is continuing to set the standard for sustainable agriculture and nature conservation under the lead of its new executive director, Kate Zimmerman.
Having less than 100 days until RAGBRAI cyclists stay in Carroll, the city’s RAGBRAI committee held a kickoff party on Thursday, April 13.
Masonic brothers from across the state gathered in Carroll County for two events last Saturday, April 1.
April is officially recognized as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. With more attention being brought to the topic, a local advocate wants survivors to know their story will be heard.
Members of local service organizations say they’re witnessing a decrease in participation in recent years, with fewer active members giving time to causes in the Carroll community.
Jenna’s Tattooed Confections, a coffee shop and bakery nestled in Main Street Coon Rapids, is considered a second home to many of its customers.
Immediately following Grand Lodge of Iowa AF & AM’s cornerstone dedication ceremony for Glidden’s new Li’l Wildcat Education Center, there was one more order of business.
Wasted Grain is bringing a new bar and grill experience to Carroll, offering an elevated atmosphere and menu while striving to be a second home for customers.
Coon Rapids Main Street will have an extra helping hand this summer.
McDonald family initiates fundraiser to name University of Iowa hospital room after late son, Harley
It would’ve been easy for a family dealing with an unimaginable tragedy to ask for money for their own benefit, to help settle the debt of medical bills.
Throughout the Vietnam War, six men from Carroll County went overseas to fight and did not return. A ceremony shared a reminder: they are not forgotten.
Whenever he has a writing session at the local Culver’s, Brian Gehling typically orders a black coffee to drink while he works.
Sarah Nelson enjoyed performing under the baton of an orchestra conductor who gives easy-to-follow direction. Meanwhile, that conductor, Rebecca Windschitl, felt the emotion of seeing her greatly talented guest violist, Nelson, playing her heart out immediately in front of her.
In support of 12 different fire departments across Carroll County, hundreds of residents will ride around a bus to have a night filled with drinks and socializing.
The next time you’re on the go — whether you’re washing the dishes or taking a long drive — a new local podcast will allow you to simultaneously listen to original work from nearby authors.
A beaming Bo Nagl, a 10-year-old fifth grader at Ar-We-Va School in Westside, was eager to share the good news with his mom.
As people drive through the city of Glidden, it would be difficult for them to miss the town’s Liberty Rock.
Grab your dancing shoes — the local American Legion is hosting its first Winter Dance this weekend.
City planners have begun preparing to host thousands of bicyclists following the announcement that Carroll would be featured as an overnight stop on the 2023 RAGBRAI route.
The Carroll County Veterans Association honored several local businesses last week for outstanding commitment to veterans.
In October of 2021, the west building of New Opportunities suffered from a fire.
Mike Pudenz, the store manager for the local Earl May Garden Center, has worked at the store since 1973, when he was 19-years-old. After 50 years of helping customers make sure they have the right tools and supplies for their gardens, Pudenz is planning to retire later this year. March 26 wi…
In 2019, psychiatric nurse practitioner Sue Gehling founded Classroom Clinic due to her frustrations with mental health services being inaccessible in rural areas.
Three young men involved with the Boy Scouts of America recently achieved the highest rank in the program.