The first baby of 2021 at Stewart Memorial Community Hospital in Lake City has arrived.
A Saturday morning fire that destroyed a Carroll apartment's kitchen and caused significant smoke damage elsewhere might have been ignited by an espresso and cappuccino machine, according to Fire Chief Greg Schreck.
Featuring the theme “When Hope Came Down,” youths in St. Mary Catholic Parish in Willey presented their 30th annual Nativity program on Sunday, Dec. 13.
A group of Halbur siblings and their 4-H friends have taken on a considerable task: providing a tangible thank-you to every nurse at St. Anthony Regional Hospital and McFarland Clinic through the gift of “blessing bags.”
Four people were seriously injured when two vehicles collided at the crest of a hill on a gravel road near Arcadia on Saturday, and three of them were flown by medical helicopters to metro hospitals, according to an Iowa State Patrol report.
Plans to build Lil’ Wildcat Education Center in Glidden to serve as many as 56 to 60 infants through 11-year-olds received a boost recently when the Iowa Women’s Foundation, in partnership with Casey’s, awarded $8,000 for the project.
Carroll-born and Manning-raised Mary Swander, a former poet laureate of Iowa and a prolific playwright and author with international reach, has launched an increasingly popular podcast spotlighting a wide spectrum of rural life, from the farming she knows deeply to cultural and social life, …
Collin Schultes was thrilled with the surprise parade featuring 50 vehicles, four firetrucks and even an appearance by Santa that celebrated his 15th birthday earlier this month.
There was a celebratory mood and a sense of relief Tuesday at St. Anthony Regional Hospital when the first doses of a long-awaited coronavirus vaccine were administered to doctors, nurses and others who have been on the front lines of the battle to contain the virus and heal those infected by it.
Top St. Anthony Regional Hospital officials told the Carroll City Council Monday that the just-arrived coronavirus vaccines are safe and necessary to get life back to the pre-pandemic routine of commerce and recreation and family life.
The Carroll Masonic Lodge has called off its annual community Christmas dinner because of the COVID pandemic and instead will make a donation to the Community of Concern food pantry, which serves households in need throughout Carroll County.
The COVID-19 pandemic may have dealt the Carroll Chamber of Commerce’s annual Carroll Hoops youth basketball tournament a setback for 2021, but tournament officials already are eager for the event to make a big comeback.
Thanks to a “dream team” effort, All Strings Attached Orchestra Studio Director Rebecca Windschitl says, ASA will be premiering its “A Classic Christmas” concert online at 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 19.
Carroll County Community of Concern Director Roxie Reinart said the blocks-long lineup of vehicles for the USDA Farmers to Families Food Box distribution Saturday morning, Dec. 12, presented a disturbing message.
The Carroll Chamber of Commerce is canceling the 2021 Annual Carroll Hoops youth basketball tournament scheduled for Feb. 20-21, 2021 due to concerns and uncertainty stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.
While Santa and Mrs. Claus’ schedule has been limited this holiday season in order to keep everybody healthy, you can enjoy a visit from the jolly couple anytime at your convenience via the Carroll Chamber of Commerce’s Facebook page, where they can be found reading Christmas stories, promot…
Westside Fire Department’s annual steak dinner on New Year’s Eve, Thursday, Dec. 31, is changed to a drive-thru event this year due to COVID-19 precautions.
On Monday, November 30, two co-chairs of 712 Women on a Mission charitable group presented $4,500 to St. Anthony Staff for use in the Behavior Health Unit.
Are your holiday plans looking a little different this year? The coronavirus pandemic has played havoc on our normal traditions. Creativity is a must this year, as we may not be able to gather in person.
GLIDDEN: Bumper-to-bumper traffic filled downtown Glidden for an hour Sunday night, Dec. 6, as the community’s Winter Wonderland Cruise proved to be a big hit.
MANNING: Starting January 1, Manning Regional Healthcare Center will take part in a statewide program for those who want to quit smoking, chewing or vaping, the “Cold Turkey Challenge.”
After Doris Handlos, of Audubon, one of Pearl Quandt’s six children, received a snowflake ornament in memory of her mom during Regency Park Nursing and Rehabilitation Center’s fifth annual holiday remembrance service, she knew just the place where it needed to be displayed.
MANNING: Manning’s Main Street was filled with cars last Friday as the community celebrated Weihnachtsfest 2020 “COVID-style.”
MANNING: Main Street Manning (MSM) will be one of more than 47,000 nonprofit organizations in the United States participating in “Giving Tuesday” on Tuesday, December 1.
Little did Trish Titus know when the skinny, soft, long-haired, gray cat wandered into her life 13 years ago, that she’d bring such profound impact.
MANNING: Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds on Nov. 16 announced a new proclamation that required Main Street Manning’s Promotion Committee to make a number of changes to the annual Weihnachtsfest community celebration to be held from 6 to 7 p.m. on Friday, November 27.
Santa and Mrs. Claus are coming to town, but because of precautions this year in order to curb spread of the coronavirus, their arrival will be celebrated differently.