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  • Women & War
    When the tornado sirens sounded for the second time Wednesday evening, Pippa White was a Polish woman named Stefania Podgorska, who hid 13 Jews in her attic from the Nazis for two years.
  • Irish Eyes Are Smiling
    As the Irish-clad marching band drum, originally a part of the Carroll Elks Club Band is donated to the Carroll County Historical Museum by Ann Schulz, we can only imagine and wish the drum could tell, the stories of its adventures with the Elks Club Band and  celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in Carroll for nearly 35 years.
  • Curator’s presentation brings Camp Dodge to life
    After World War I ended in 1918 and the soldiers who had passed through Camp Dodge in Johnston began to receive their discharge papers and disperse, a group of them was gathered together and asked to copy a paragraph written on a chalkboard at the front of the room.
  • The disappearance of Steve Murra
    Steve Murra was gone long before Feb. 20, 2016. There were glimpses of him, of course. Flashes of a charismatic smile. Exchanges of die-hard liberal political dialogue. He was ever present at his kids’ sporting events. Physically, he was there.
  • New ambulance arrives in Carroll
    Carroll County Ambulance Service’s two-year rotation for ambulance replacements is getting on a roll just as baby boomers are aging and number of calls has jumped 31 percent the last eight years.
  • 31 years of storms
    When he was a 13-year-old living in Glidden, John McLaughlin abandoned the mail-order weather station he’d set up in his family’s attic and ran downstairs to where his mother and sister were canning sweet corn.
  • The Last Bootlegger
    Helen Kasparbauer passed away May 6 at the age of 102. 
  • Justice for all
    The plane was on the ground for all of 10 minutes. “I’m Aria,” the pilot said, welcoming his passenger aboard the turbocharged aircraft whose glass cockpit was outfitted with digital displays presumably reverse-engineered using captured Batplane technology.
  • A homecoming
    The challenges hit Eric Wood quickly since he came on board as Lake City’s new city administrator and clerk.
  • Sac Countian called ‘em like he saw ‘em — in newspaper columns and at the plate
    Alan Galbraith, a columnist for The Sac Sun since the late 1990s, was killed recently in a tragic accident. According to Sac City Police Chief John Thomsen, Galbraith was crossing South Fifth Street on foot near Audubon Street, when he was hit by a car operated by Sherry Busch, age 74, of Sac City. Busch, driving a Chevrolet Impala, was headed north on South Fifth Street.
  • Second Stride
    Even a wicked cool horse needs a friend. The pageantry of the Kentucky Derby, the draining of mint juleps and showcasing of stylish hats, the strutting of man-as-peacock suits, is at its 144-year-old core built on the heavy-hoofed work of horses — celebrated animals in the sport of kings.
  • St. Anthony RN Jamie Waller pursues passion for helping others in Haiti
    Helping others has always been a passion for Carroll native Jamie Waller. It’s why she pursued a career in nursing at Iowa Central Community College in Fort Dodge, and it’s why she participated in a three-week mission trip to Tanzania in Africa following her freshman year of nursing school.
  • Enjoy some heavenly ‘me time’ at Cloud 9 Spa
    Every girl dreams of the time in her life when she falls in love and everything around her seems to fall into place. She feels like she’s “on cloud nine.” That is exactly how Danielle Corkins felt in 2016. She was engaged to her fiancé, Alex, she was planning her upcoming wedding and she was putting the finishing touches on opening her own spa. Everything about her life felt blissful and exciting.
  • Amazing changes seen in bridal trends

    Wedding trends are always changing and for 2017, nothing’s too over the top. Simple weddings are passé as brides and grooms choose their wedding day as a time to shine and show their personal style.

  • Wedding bells also ring in the New Year

    After Alex and Danielle Corkins of Halbur were engaged on Feb. 27, 2016, they looked at the calendar to pick a wedding date.

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