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  • ‘A viable part of the state’
    Setting down her belongings, freeing her hands and putting on her glasses, Debi Durham got down to business. 
  • Four bars in Lake View and Wall Lake failed so-called “alcohol compliance checks” by the Sac County Sheriff’s office, which sent two minors to each of the bars on June 27 to attempt to buy alcohol while two officers watched. 
  • Carroll P&Z sends council rules on wind, solar power
    Carroll’s Planning and Zoning Commission and the city’s building officials see new proposed rules on solar and wind energy as a start. 
  • 'You never stop'
    Sporting gold-tipped red head coverings, three elephants stand in a ring. One rears up on its hind legs, its trunk curled up in the air. 
  • Vehicular homicide suspect wants trial moved
    The Carroll man accused of a fatal, drunken crash in November has asked a judge to move his vehicular homicide trial from Carroll County due to pre-trial publicity of the case that has led to “misinformation, gossip, rumors and speculation” by potential jurors, according to court documents. 
  • Tony Acklin Memorial Golf Outing enjoys a record year
    The 10th annual Tony Acklin Memorial Golf Outing on Saturday, June 27, at the Coon Rapids Country Club set records, with 135 participants and raising $12,000. 
  • Iowans get a taste of big city haze
    The smoke that hung in Carroll County’s air as the sun rose this morning was similar to that of the Los Angeles metro area, which has the most-polluted air in the country. 
  • The City of Carroll is getting a new $179,000 street sweeper. But the weekly sweeping of downtown Carroll and monthly schedule for the residential areas of the city will continue. 
  • New police chief: Business as usual, with cameras added
    Carroll Police Chief Brad Burke, just minutes into the job Monday night, said city residents can expect a continuity of service under his leadership. 
  • ‘A big deal for a community like ours’
    As the pale blue water sparkled, time seemed to stand still as kids, standing around the new Lake City pool, held their breath. 
  • Ceremony spotlights new Veterans Memorial Plaza
    Not even a battle-hardened retired Army brigadier general, wearing uniform with a chest full of military decorations, could overcome the emotion of the moment. 
  • King, Carroll residents tour St. Anthony’s $2.9M addition
    Ed Smith delighted in the role of tour guide this week, taking Carroll-area patients and supporters of St. Anthony Regional Hospital — and U.S. Rep. Steve King, R-Kiron — through the west-central Iowa medical center’s new $2.9 million rehabilitation services wing. 
  • Iowan takes plea deal on charges he supplied beer to teen
    A 21-year-old man has made a plea deal on charges that he had provided alcohol to an underage youth who later was involved in a collision that killed two teenage girls. 
  • A red-letter summer for Breda
    A new $750,000 water tower now graces the Breda skyline. It should be operational by Oct. 1, replacing the 1910 water tower in the city of 483 people, said Mayor Michael Schwabe. 
  • Leath: We’ll yank racists’ season tickets
    Iowa State University President Steven Leath says the school should cancel season tickets of football fans who make racist comments in the stands or outside of Jack Trice Stadium. 
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