Carroll County’s annual Relay for Life manifested itself this year as a parade.
Although Independence Day revelers will have to wait for the return of Templeton’s traditional street dance, games and beer garden, there still will be a lot of boom, crackle and sizzle, plus good food to enjoy on Friday night.
The Western Iowa Networks (WIN) board of directors recently presented a donation to Kellan’s Kingdom in the amount of $20,000 for the Miracle Field that is planned to be constructed in Carroll.
Flying Buffaloes, a Nashville-based alternative rock/country band, will be performing from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday, July 3, at Manning Hausbarn-Heritage Park.
MANNING: With the state and the nation still reeling from the coronavirus pandemic, Main Street Manning tried to bring a semblance of normalcy back to residents for Father’s Day.
Halbur Development Corporation members handed out Mr. Freeze treats and welcomed kids to try out the new JAX Web climbing device as well as the other equipment in the recently renovated playground in the city park when they hosted an open house Thursday evening, June 18.
The coronavirus pandemic has forced cancellation of a number of Manning celebrations — 137th annual Kinderfest, Party on the Bricks and the Alumni Association’s all-high school reunion.
The Relay For Life of Carroll County is preparing for its upcoming “Cruising For a Cure” Relay Parade as an alternative event to support and honor those affected by cancer.
The Halbur Community Development Corporation will host an open house from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 18, to showcase new improvements in the city’s park.
An planned addition to Manning’s trail system will connect residents from the North and South sides of Highway 141 with the IKM-Manning school.
The Carroll County Fair Board has called off the typical county fair activities next month due to the coronavirus pandemic, and is hoping the event will make a big comeback next year.
The challenge was to haul a 60-ton, approximately 11-by-11-by-11-foot rock 24 miles from about just north of Bayard to the entrance of Northland Park on Highway 30 in Glidden.
An overwhelming number of Breda residents wanted to renovate the city’s public pool, according to a recent survey, so it’s happening, with the help of a $100,000 grant.
Impacted by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Carroll Public Library’s summer reading program will see some changes this year, along with the shows that accompany it.
Relay For Life of Carroll County will still honor cancer survivors and show support for the American Cancer Society this year, but in a new style with the “Cruising For a Cure” Relay Parade.
Walk a box store or surf a retailer’s website with one of our nation’s top product safety advocates and you’ll see some of the horrors he’s dedicated a professional life to removing from the seemingly, but often deceivingly, safe shelves from which Americans grab the stuff of quick errands o…
Carroll’s City Hall and the Police Department lobby are reopening on Monday to the public during normal office hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Memorial Day programs at St. Bernard Cemetery in Breda, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Cemetery in Mount Carmel, St. Francis Cemetery in Maple River and Wheatland Presbyterian Cemetery in rural Breda saluted not only deceased military veterans but also the warriors currently battling a new enemy a…
Vehicles that stretched for blocks traveled past New Hope Village, Carroll senior-living facilities and St. Anthony Regional Hospital on Cruise for a Cause parade Friday, May 15.
The 2020 summer calendar will have a different look for the Carroll Chamber of Commerce and the community with an announcement to cancel summertime events due to the uncertainties of COVID-19.
Families enthusiastically demonstrated love and support of moms, grandmothers and great-grandmothers as well as the other residents at Regency Park in a 15- to 20-vehicle parade around the nursing home and rehabilitation center on Monday afternoon, May 11 — the day after Mother’s Day.
Threatening weather may have frustrated the Cruise for a Cause parade plans; however, the collection drive for New Opportunities’ food pantry still rolled into high gear Saturday.
This big move went very smoothly as a 26-by-46 foot, single-story house with a 13-by-22-foot garage rolled slowly east on 18th Street early on Tuesday morning, April 28.
Restaurants may have closed their doors for weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic; however, a coffee group of retired Carroll men has found a comfortable new home.
Although coronavirus has limited the contact people have with each other, the need for foster care — and new foster parents — continues.
In response to Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds' lifting of gathering restrictions on churches in some western Iowa counties, Iowa's bishops have announced that parishes throughout the state should continue to cancel in-person Sunday Masses.
Although the state’s shelter-in-place recommendations have people putting off certain medical appointments, there are some that shouldn’t wait, medical experts say.
Although Earth Day and May Day events might look different because of coronavirus, residents still are preparing to plant gardens and flower beds.
The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship has issued its first round of hemp licenses and seed permits for the 2020 growing season.
Shari Kastein, executive director of Family Crisis Centers, serving counties throughout northwest Iowa including Carroll County, is forecasting a post-coronavirus surge of calls for help from domestic-abuse victims.
Ed Lawler’s family and friends will remember him as a man who loved people. As they noted, Ed left no one as a stranger, as everyone he met became a friend to him. Ed’s family — his wife and children — came first in his life.
Iowa students will not return to their schools for the rest of this academic year, spring sports are canceled and there’s a surge in confirmed coronavirus cases due to outbreaks at eastern Iowa meat packing plants.
The public is invited to join Bishop Walker Nickless of the Diocese of Sioux City for a livestreaming of Mass at 10 a.m. tomorrow, April 19, for Divine Mercy Sunday from the Cathedral of the Epiphany. The Mass can be viewed from the cathedral’s webpage here or from their Facebook page here.
Although it was a last-minute decision at Renew Covenant Church, 601 N. Main St., to offer a drive-thru Stations of the Cross last Friday and Saturday, Pastor Tim Hawkinson said he was pleased to see it still drew a strong turnout.