St. Anthony Regional Hospice’s annual Tree of Love service on Sunday, Nov. 17, will usher in the holiday season, featuring the theme “Good News of Great Joy.”
In order to provide insight and a better understanding to Carroll-area residents who do not know much about the LGBTQ+ community, a free seminar will be offered this weekend.
Larry Gregory was home from Florida and chatting with his folks at their farmstead near Ralston when his older brother — who had been harvesting corn that day — barged through the door.
A 57-year-old Carroll woman mistakenly pressed her sport utility vehicle’s accelerator when she meant to brake and struck the front of a bank building Monday, according to a crash report.
Tune in for action, excitement, suspense. You can even be an essential part of the show yourself when Carroll Rotary Club presents its first-ever radio-auction show from 10 a.m. until noon Saturday, Nov. 2, on KCIM 1380 AM.
Sunflowers shot skyward this summer at residences throughout the Auburn area. And with them grew enthusiasm for the Grant Park Trail project that will bring a host of recreational opportunities.
The Greene County Historical Society will dip into some real rural-Iowa culture in its meeting and program on Friday, Nov. 1, at Scranton United Methodist Church.
The September rain was a game changer for Iowa duck hunters, improving habitat conditions across most of the state by creating a number of shallow water areas where food is available.
A 73-year-old Georgia woman said her minivan’s brakes failed when she crashed the vehicle through a wall of M.C.’s Country Cafe on Thursday morning, according to a police crash report.
The treats will flow in Carroll County and the surrounding areas starting Saturday as communities host a variety of Halloween events leading up to the Thursday holiday. Here’s the schedule:
Iowa’s deer hunting intensity will ratchet up in the next few weeks as the peak of the rut approaches and archery hunters cash in vacation days to spend as much time as possible in the timber.
Last year, Iowa pheasant hunters bagged more roosters than they had in the last decade. With that fresh in their memory, how will the 2019 pheasant season measure up?
A 24-year-old Carroll High grad died in a Sunday utility vehicle crash in a farm field northwest of Denison when the vehicle went out of control and tipped over because of a patch of eroded soil, according to a crash report prepared by the Crawford County Sheriff’s Office.
Under the protection of a “totally enclosed paint environment,” workers continue to battle uncertain weather forecasts and one of their worst enemies — wind — to give Carroll’s water tower a fresh coat of paint this fall.
Ah, the sounds of the season. Dozens of motorcycles roaring down Carroll streets Sunday afternoon, Oct. 6, was a sure sign that Christmas is just around the corner.
Wally Rose, the Carroll American Legion’s historian, reflected Monday on his own memories as a Vietnam veteran as he talked about the need for updated flags to line the streets of downtown Carroll on holidays.
Carroll Young Professionals is urging all area residents (of age) to grab a mini golf club — and a drink — and join in on a good time next weekend to help light up the Carroll Depot.
The 38th annual New Hope Volunteer Soup Day will be serving from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. this Thursday at First United Methodist Church fellowship hall, 1621 N. Main St.
All Strings Attached Orchestra Studio will open its 19th concert season in colorful, festive style, presenting “A Festival of Life With Latin American Music” on Saturday and Sunday at the Carroll Recreation Center theater.
A former Carroll County jailer repeatedly mistreated jail inmates — which included forcing one to sleep in feces — and resigned under the threat of termination this summer, according to state records.
Encouraged by participation of people spanning a wide range of ages, Carroll Area Iowans for Life President Eugene Handlos said Sunday afternoon’s Life Chain in Carroll demonstrated that the campaign continues momentum toward its goal of protecting all life from conception to natural death.
With the help of a $1,000 grant from Rotary International, the Carroll Rotary Club recently donated to $2,085 to Carroll Area Child Care Center to purchase play equipment.
The 62nd-annual Carroll Band Day parade that was set for Saturday is canceled because of the threat of storms, the Carroll Chamber of Commerce has decided.
Although Ed Smith’s own attempt at playing a musical instrument may have been short-lived, that experience only heightened his respect of those who do have that talent.
Carroll County will spend about $5 million over the course of the next decade to pay for a new radio communications system for dispatchers, law-enforcement officers, firefighters, paramedics and others.
To ensure every student has access to basic bathroom products such as shampoo, deodorant, mouthwash and more, the Carroll Lions Club put together and donated hygiene kits to local schools.
When Sammie Walsh, 17, stopped to tie her shoe while exploring Cusco, Peru, this summer, two women in colorful dresses swarmed her and pressed a baby alpaca into her arms.
Carroll County might spend more than $4 million to replace its antiquated radio system that is used by dispatchers, law-enforcement officers, firefighters, paramedics and others to communicate with each other.