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  • A Carroll High School student who posted a video of himself rapping about “going out with a bang” was expelled from the Carroll Community School District Monday morning.
  • 3 top Carroll School officials will retire this year
    Carroll Community Schools will pay more than $180,000 to 10 longtime educators to retire at the end of this school year, including the district’s superintendent, athletic director and transportation director.
  • Fairview Elementary brings Christmas spirit to Carroll

    Students strode into the gym holding their Santa hat-covered heads high.

  • Kids’ ‘SOUPer STEM day’ benefits Manning Food Pantry

    As Manning-area residents head into the holiday season, some will be eating food gathered for them by elementary students.

  • New Hope, DMACC create Carroll connections while racing cars

    New Hope residents made their way over to the racetrack. When they reached Tom Allen standing by the track, they looked up at him with a sure smile and handed over their Derby car.

  • Hubbell: Mental-health burden holding Iowa back

    A search for easy answers in the form of budget cuts and a culture clinging to stereotypes on mental-health issues like substance abuse and depression are dragging down Iowa’s economy, locking people in cycles of dependency who should be working and paying taxes, a leading Democratic candidate for governor said in Carroll Thursday night.

  • At Kuemper Catholic Schools, one long-range school goal being discussed recently is a one-campus study.

  • Carroll High School’s giving tree program supports families in need

    Every year around Christmastime, high school students gather gifts in their classrooms — but they aren’t for their classmates.

  • CMS students learn to budget

    Adding up how much money they needed to buy a 55-inch TV, seventh-graders, for the first time, began to realize life costs more than they might have thought.

  • Fairview students use teddy bears to practice math skills

    A single big bear was placed on one side of the scale. The students filled the other side with miniature bears, watching the scale inch back to being balanced as they determined the number of little bears that would equal one big bear.

  • Glidden-Ralston gets students involved in ‘Hour of Code’

    Students stared at their computer screens. It was going to work, they thought. All it took was the perfect letter combination to write their code, and just like that, they were creating video games.

  • Carroll selects new school district leader

    A school administrator who survived an assassination attempt by a high school student in 2015 might be the next leader of the Carroll Community School District.


    The shooter who killed 17 people at a school in Parkland, Florida, is 1,600 miles away, but his actions have school leaders and residents in western Iowa wondering:

    How do we keep our students safe?

  • Kuemper Ball switches location

    For the first time in 33 years, the annual Kuemper Ball will not be held at the Carrollton Centre.

  • Professor: White nationalists prey on college students

    To kick off its Diversity Week, Des Moines Area Community College in Carroll invited Jeremy Best, an assistant professor of history at Iowa State University with specific interests in race, religion and politics, to speak about various white national organizations that seek to promote exclusivity, racism, hatred and segregation and to dismantle diversity.

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