Several options ranging from $550,000 to $7 million for train-horn-noise mitigation will be presented during a public workshop at the Carroll City Council meeting Monday.
There are seven total candidates running for Carroll City Council and the mayor position for the Nov. 2 election. This Wednesday, Oct. 20, from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m., those seven candidates will sit down for a forum hosted by the Carroll Chamber of Commerce and Carroll Area Development Corpora…
Carroll mayoral candidate Mark Beardmore has cast himself as the leader of what he believes would be a ‘conservative move’ at City Hall with his own candidacy and those of three new entrants to the local political scene seeking City Council seats.
The seven candidates for City Council and mayor in Carroll Monday offered differing views on perhaps the longest-running issue in the city’s history — train-horn noise — as the town founded around the development of the railroad in the 19th century.
Carroll Police Chief Brad Burke said the city has received no complaints or had any issues with a temporary waiver that allows customers and employees of Wendl’s Weapons on the east side of the city to discharge firearms in the city limits — in an indoor gun range.
Carroll City Council members on Monday approved the first of three necessary readings of a 7.5 percent increase to memberships at the Recreation Center for 2022.
After waking up at 4 a.m. today for his morning run, Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-New Hartford, a family farmer and Iowa’s longest-serving U.S. senator, announced on Twitter he is running for re-election to continue his work of representing Iowans in the U.S. Senate.
Carroll City Manager Mike Pogge-Weaver, a leading local official who shepherded a roster of public works projects and other City Council priorities in five years in the position, is one of four finalists for city manager in Marion, a city of 41,000 people — the 13th largest in Iowa — that bo…
The Carroll area’s two state legislators will find themselves in radically different geographic districts — and potentially having to make decisions about running in primaries against fellow Republicans — if the post-Census political maps released today by the non-partisan Legislative Servic…
Carroll City Council members Monday unanimously approved the annexation of 111 acres north of the city that one of the more-prominent developers and land investors in Iowa, LeMar Koethe of Urbandale, plans to develop into homes and potentially apartment complexes.
Former Carroll County Supervisor Mark Beardmore, a long-time businessman in the region, is running for mayor of Carroll, pledging to bring the fiscal conservatism and eye toward low taxes he has long advocated.
Carroll City officials are considering applying for a $600,000 to $700,000 federal grant through the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan, the massive pandemic relief President Biden signed earlier this year, to fund a series of improvements at Merchants Park — a feature local leaders see as a…
Carroll City Council members Monday will consider annexation of 111 acres north of the city that one of the more prominent developers and land investors in Iowa, LeMar Koethe of Urbandale, plans to develop into homes and potentially apartment complexes.
Carroll residents and members of the business community are invited to a public reception from 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. on Wednesday, September 8, to meet the four candidates interviewing to be Carroll’s next parks and recreation director.
Jamie Wuebker, who has worked as a paramedic, an emergency room nurse in Carroll and Denison, and a volunteer firefighter, is the new leader of the Carroll County Ambulance Service.
Carroll County Assessor Cindy Heuton announces that door-to-door inspections of all urban residential properties in Carroll County will begin approximately September 1 in the city of Carroll.
Carroll City Council members Monday night formed a consensus around a desire to keep the historic stone features in the two 1954 bridges crossing Storm Creek in Graham Park in what likely would be a blended project of new construction and preservation.
Carroll City Council members plan Monday to discuss the fate of two of Carroll’s 67-year-old landmark structures — the pedestrian bridges at Graham Park.
Carroll City Council members Clay Haley and Misty Boes Monday night crafted a compromise plan to keep the privately owned restrooms in the Westgate Mall open for about a year at city expense.
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee recently on reforming labor challenges involving immigrant farm workers within the agriculture community.
Residents of Carroll can have their say at City Hall on whether tax abatement for residential construction and improvements is expanded from the old core of Carroll to the full city under a plan City Council members are considering.
As a child and teenager growing up in Carroll, Jerry Fleshner knew only one mayor — the late Bill Farner, a pioneering businessman and community icon. The youthful Fleshner assumed Farner would be mayor forever.
Carroll City Council members will consider on Monday the purchase of a new camera that scouts cracks and blockages and other problems in the city sanitary lines.
Tax abatement for residential construction and improvements could be expanded from the old core of Carroll to the full city under a plan City Council members are considering.
WASHINGTON: Livestock and poultry producers who suffered losses during the pandemic due to insufficient access to processing can apply for assistance for those losses and the cost of depopulation and disposal of the animals.
The Carroll City Council Monday night approved a contract with Ten Point Construction of Denison for street restoration work, including full-depth concrete patching, at five locations in Carroll.
Jay Norgaard — a grandson of the late Mayor Bill Farner, one of the more prominent leaders in the history of the city — is planning to seek what will be an open 1st Ward Carroll City Council seat in the Nov. 2 election.
BREDA: After the Senate and House recently passed a bipartisan bill to bolster United States investments to compete with Chinese advancements, U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, said he is, so far, satisfied with President Biden’s approach to Chinese relations.
Carroll City Council members are on their way to increasing monthly sanitary sewer rates by 25.5 percent for Smithfield and 12.2 percent for Carroll County Solid Waste.
BREDA: The lion’s share of business for Breda-based Trophies Plus comes from school-related activities, the trophies and ribbons and other trappings of sports success in Iowa to chess in Missouri to a huge contract with the New York City public schools.