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  • If voters support a resident-led committee’s recommendation, natural grass will soon be a thing of the past at Carroll Athletic Field.
  • A Lanesboro man elected to help lead his city alleges in a lawsuit that the city’s leadership has failed to maintain storm sewers that caused water to flood his basement.
  • Library’s new Dr. Whoot mascot is a hit
    What a Whoot. Carroll Public Library’s new mascot, Dr. Whoot, a silvery gray owl with white trim, plus white face and tummy, immediately proved to be a popular feathery friend.
  • Goulash and beer: Piranha Club now serving lunch
    Those stopping in at Piranha Club for a cold one midday can now get a filling meal to go along with it.
  • Grant program to offer $50K in facade renovation funding
    Downtown revitalization projects will continue in Manning with the latest announcement of a grant program that will continue to help building owners improve their facades.
  • Glidden, Manning projects recognized in Des Moines
    Restored bricks and renovated storefronts facing Carroll County’s main streets traveled further than Manning and Glidden last week.
  • Farmer: FAA says grain tower is OK
    The Federal Aviation Administration told a local farmer that his grain distribution tower — which was built three years ago in apparent violation of county law — does not interfere with Carroll’s municipal airport enough to be torn down, the farmer, Loren Danner, said Tuesday.
  • Stray moose wandering Carroll County a rare treat
    With his young head held proudly high, he picked his way through the fields between Templeton and Manning on a frigid Friday morning.
  • Carroll’s Fridley Theatres expanding
    Fridley Theatres plans to expand its downtown Carroll movie operations to the west with the intent of adding three screens and remodeling the existing five auditoriums and concessions for a modern cinematic makeover.
  • Farm cooperative merger is official today
    The leaders of Ralston-based West Central Cooperative and Farmers Cooperative Co. in Ames inked a final merger agreement today, making the newly formed Landus Cooperative the seventh-largest grain company in North America.
  • Jefferson casino nonprofit awards $900,000 in grants
    Carole Custer, the president of the Jefferson Bell Tower Foundation, summed up an evening of $900,000 in check presentations to charitable causes, schools, cities and economic-development organizations in Greene and surrounding counties this way.
  • The high school basketball star who was accused in August of raping a former student was nominated weeks later by someone at Greene County High School for a student of the month award for good behavior, but school leaders nixed the nomination to help contain criticism of how they have handled the criminal allegation.
  • Stadium safety analysis might precede football season
    Parts of the oldest bleacher section of Carroll Athletic Field are so rusty and dilapidated that an engineer worried three years ago whether they are safe for spectators, according to the engineer’s report to the Carroll Community School District’s building and grounds supervisor.
  • As Kuemper Catholic High School student Kelsey Harrington finished a soulful rendition of “What I Did for Love,” a group of young girls stood in a rough line backstage, dancing shoes poised.
  • Investigators found a body in the debris of a Friday fire that burned a rural Breda house to the ground.
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