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  • Child Holocaust survivor to speak Thursday

    A child Holocaust survivor will speak about his experience in a free presentation on the Des Moines Area Community College Carroll campus this week.

  • Son’s gift honors dad’s longtime service to Kuemper
    By taking his father’s words to heart, John Strautman was able to announce an eye-popping endowment to the Kuemper Catholic School Foundation last week.
  • Two Kuemper Catholic elementary school teachers and another woman were injured Monday when their utility vehicle struck a utility pole south of Glidden, according to an Iowa State Patrol crash report.

  • Girls get creative with coding

    Inside the room, loud tapping could be heard as girls rapidly moved their fingers across their keyboards.

  • The Carroll Community School District soon will have two new Chevy Suburbans to start replacing the nine aging vans the school district currently uses for student transportation.

  • Matt Greteman honored as Good Shepherd for Kuemper, diocese

    As a longtime Kuemper Catholic High School tennis coach, Matt Greteman has taught his players how to hit and return all assortment of shots — smashes, forehands, backhands and more.

    But on Tuesday evening, Aug. 6, the coach was caught flat-footed by a bit of trickery.

  • Carroll library leader now an Iowa State professor

    The quiet, determined force behind the development of the modern library in Carroll is taking his love of learning to another pursuit.

  • Wayward email preceded superintendent resignation

    Carroll Community school board members already had concerns about their new superintendent by the time he inadvertently sent a steamy email in December to one of his teachers, the teacher told the Carroll Times Herald.

  • Every summer growing up, Jessica DeYoung would venture from her hometown of Prescott, Wisconsin, and spend the hot, humid days exploring Iowa.

    For years, she travelled to the Ames area to visit her dad and found a connection and love for the state.

    After graduating from high school, DeYoung decided to make Iowa more than just a summer vacation or weekend getaway. She decided to make it her home.

  • An emergency drill this summer showed Carroll Schools that better communication is needed in the event of a school shooting or other emergency.

  • The Carroll Community School District office and Carroll High School office will close after 11 a.m. on Wednesday, July 3.

  • Carroll school leaders approve $75K control room

    The Carroll Community School Board on Tuesday approved bids for construction, electrical work and broadcasting equipment for a new video-board control room at the high school, which altogether will cost more than $75,000.

  • All in the family: They value education

    Graduation ceremonies kept Joel and Tammy Daniel’s family on the run in May. And that was just to receive their own diplomas.

  • In Jefferson, governor spotlights DMACC tech scholarships

    Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds heralded a growing collaboration of Silicon Valley, major American corporations and local development leaders aimed at using a rural tech-jobs hub in Jefferson as a model for the nation during an event in Jefferson June 5.

  • Reaping in their reading rewards

    The Ar-We-Va Elementary Space Capsule Rainbow Readers recently celebrated their end-of-the-year reading awards by eating snacks, watching Disney movies and coloring pictures.

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