The Carroll Fire Department responded to a car fire this morning in the Carroll High School parking lot.
The coronavirus pandemic may have sidelined the annual Field of Teams Softball Tournament fundraiser for St. Anthony Regional Hospice; however, Carroll Rotary Club stepped up to the plate to maintain its long record of supporting hospice.
When she arrived at New Hope Village, as it was known then, in 1980, Rhonda Mart didn’t imagine she’d retire decades later as the organization’s executive director.
Organizers of Senior Fun Day in Carroll County were looking forward to celebrating the event’s milestone fifth anniversary by making it bigger and better than ever.
MANNING: Craig Williams of Manning has been designated a “Friend of Agriculture” by the Iowa Farm Bureau Political Action Committee (PAC). Williams is seeking the Iowa Senate District 6 seat that includes Buena Vista, Sac, Carroll, Audubon and the eastern portion of Crawford County.
Thirty-nine percent of all adult Americans are caring for a loved one who is sick or has a disability. Caregiving can be a stressful responsibility leading to poor health, mental distress and less life satisfaction for the caregiver. It can be challenging for caregivers to find the support t…
LAKE CITY: Stewart Memorial Community Hospital offers a coronary artery calcium scoring. This cardiac CT scans for coronary calcium and is a non-invasive, low-radiation-dose way of obtaining information about the presence, location and extent of calcified plaque in the coronary arteries — th…
Over the last 51 years, hundreds of girls have stepped across the stage with big smiles and waves as they’ve given it their best shots to win the Little Miss Black Hawk Pageant crown.
Stewart Memorial Community Hospital and McCrary Rost Clinic are seeking nominations for outstanding nurses. In partnership with the DAISY Foundation, SMCH has made a tradition of recognizing nurses who, by virtue of their exemplary work, rise above and beyond.
AMES: Des Moines Area Community College this year sponsored an entry raised by 2020 Glidden-Ralston High School graduate Grant Borkowski in the 38th annual Iowa Governor’s Celebrity Steer Show.
The Rev. Ryan Roehrig rapidly taps a fist into his open hand as he contrasts the lifestyle in his new home state of Iowa with the breakneck pace of his native New York.
Hundreds of people in the Carroll area associated Hy-Vee, its culture of earnest service, with Gary Brown, a 50-year employee of the grocery chain in western Iowa, said Lonnie Miller, a Hy-Vee manager who worked with Brown for 21 years.
MANNING: Manning Regional Healthcare Center (MRHC) has announced the addition of a familiar face to its medical team. Anissa Irlmeier, PA-C, has rejoined the Family Practice Clinic.
Straight-line winds in excess of 70 mph pounded Carroll County on Monday as thunderstorms swept the state, but the damage was minimal compared with parts of central and eastern Iowa, where winds topped 100 mph.
GLIDDEN: How does a community celebration make up for cancelation of traditionally popular attractions — games, inflatables, pedal tractor pull and kids’ water fights?
LAKE CITY: The Putting People First hospital expansion campaign at Stewart Memorial Community Hospital was gifted $50,000 from former medical provider Dr. Dale Christensen and his late wife, Arlene.
SIOUX CITY: Two priests of the Diocese of Sioux City, Father Shane Deman and Father Travis Crotty, have launched a new weekly podcast, “Outcast Catholic,” to reach those who may feel outcast or to those who may feel that the Catholic Church is no longer relevant, or outcast.
SAC COUNTY: A little more than 40 minutes from Carroll are the shops, restaurants and homes of communities in Sac County, which was just voted as Carroll’s best neighboring county in the Times Herald Best of Carroll County Readers’ Choice Awards.
With COVID-19 forcing cancellation of many car shows this year, enthusiasts jumped at the opportunity to participate in the Glidden FFA Fun Day show on Saturday, Aug. 1.
McFarland Clinic, Iowa’s largest physician-owned, multi-specialty clinic, this afternoon called for universal masking in all public areas in the communities it serves, including businesses and schools and social gatherings.
Despite enrollment limits due to COVID-19 restrictions, the annual summer Art in the Park program led by Sarah Davis and Jodi Steinbach was a popular attraction again.
Moms and creators joined for a recent photo shoot to bring together small businesses and showcase an apparel line focused on “comfort and versatility” from a local photographer.
This year’s Glidden FFA Fun Day will feature spectator attractions — dancing horses and acrobatic and juggling shows — rather than the games and inflatables that have been the main activities in the past.
LAKE VIEW: The 67th annual Black Hawk Lake Summer Water Carnival navigated coronavirus-pandemic challenges and enjoyed good success, according to event organizers.
Mother Podolak’s Chili Contest has been a highlight for Iowa State Fair foodies for seven years, and even with the fair postponed until next year, contest sponsor Gary Kirke wasn’t about to let the fan-favorite Chili Contest simmer on the back burner until 2021.
LAKE CITY: Top Rail Saddle Club’s 62nd annual Western Days Rodeo on Saturday, June 27, featured major changes because of coronavirus precautions but still proved to be a popular attraction.
Jeff Campbell believes so strongly that society must improve in its compassion and support for those needing mental-health help, he’s willing to go the extra mile.
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.