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  • A ‘serendipitous’ return home
    As a kid, Rachel Van Erdewyk would walk six blocks to the Carroll Public Library, check out Nancy Drew books and read them all afternoon. She checked out books at school as a student at Adams Elementary School, too, dropping them off in an orange metal book return when she was finished. As an adult, she hasn’t forgotten those experiences.
  • Your library vote: Aug. 1
    The Carroll City Council moved forward with the city’s library/City Hall project Monday, voting unanimously for an Aug. 1 referendum that, if passed, would greenlight a project discussed in Carroll for more than a decade.
  • Farner-Bocken sold for $190 million
    A publicly traded distribution company based in San Francisco with a sweeping North American reach has purchased Farner-Bocken, an anchor of Carroll’s commercial corridor with local family-owned roots tracing back to 1939.
  • Farm boy goes international, comes home to Midwest
    Last summer, while looking for jobs online, Dan Gudahl discovered Whiterock Conservancy was looking for a new executive director.
  • Carroll alumna hired as library director
    Carroll’s new library director is no stranger to the city — or its library.
  • Kuemper grad nears $4K goal for sick kids
    Dani Schultes will dance, dance, dance with more than 1,000 others early next month to raise money for children with life-threatening illnesses.
  • Holy bore!
    Workers bore and jack a 74-inch casing pipe through the railroad north of Third and Maple streets.
  • Trustees make offer on library director position
    Carroll’s library director position could be filled by the end of the week.
  • ‘It doesn’t seem real’
    There’s a weird kind of deer that roams the southeast side of Swan Lake State Park in the afternoons.

    She looks like she just walked through a blizzard or that someone dumped a white can of paint on her.
  • Lots available in Manning ‘for cheap’
    Manning is offering a new incentive for anyone looking to build a house who chooses to do so there.
  • High-school jazz band narrowly misses top rating at contest
    With several brand-new members joining the IKM-Manning jazz band just days before its members competed in a contest in Denison, band director Don Struve knew a top rating was unlikely.
  • Greene County taking 360-degree look at self
    A water park modeled after Storm Lake’s King’s Pointe, youth sports complex, more housing and continued downtown development.
  • The ‘Ick’ Factor
    Sac County Naturalist Megan Cook’s tasting menu for a brave audience in Sac City last week was not the norm — not in western Iowa, or in most of the United States, at least.
  • Wild Rose Casino & Resort is turning up the heat on summer fun with KC and the Sunshine Band.
  • SARH supports Little Hats, Big Hearts to raise heart-health awareness
    In honor of National Heart Month this February, St. Anthony Regional Hospital has teamed up with the American Heart Association to participate in the organization’s Little Hats, Big Hearts campaign. The program originated in Chicago in 2014 to raise awareness of heart disease, the No. 1 killer of Americans, and congenital heart defects, the most common type of birth defect in the country.
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