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She was writing book reviews for a Sioux City newspaper, which even 10 years ago wasn’t considered eye-grabbing material for the masses. An editor asked her to take on a series of cold cases — unsolved murders — the kind you see on TV shows. People love that stuff.
  • Affair website hackers expose dozens of Carroll men
    f the millions of people whose private information — such as their sexual desires, birthdates and credit card numbers — was released by a group of computers hackers last week, up to 463 were Carroll residents. 
  • 2 dead in faux massacre
    A barefooted woman sat with open eyes and a blank face in a bathroom stall on Monday as a disgruntled man with guns and a bomb wreaked havoc inside Kuemper Catholic High School. 
  • Mistaken identity:  A Manning man’s wild day in St. Louis
    So, I fly in to St. Louis Thursday morning, Oct. 29, for a meeting and grab a car from Alamo at the airport.  About 9 that night, I head to Festus, Missouri, to visit with my folks.  
  • Martha "Marty" Erickson
    On the evening of Nov. 21, 1995 Martha Erickson, 47, was murdered while on her way to a dance. 
  • Meeting a need
    Just because Carroll students are on summer vacation doesn’t mean need for food assistance for children also takes a break. 
  • ‘This is beautiful’
    In the front yard of Austin Eischeid’s family home in Carroll, the stem of a prairie dock plant tilts over, mixing the plant’s happy yellow flowers and buds with a shock of Skyracer moor grass. 
  • Wagon Ho!
    The three sons of Dr. Chris and Jana Bogue — 10-year-old Miles, 8-year-old Pacey and 6-year-old Duston — spent part of their summer vacation wheeling and dealing — and their parents couldn’t be prouder. 
  • Popcorn on a stick
    When people are buying popcorn, they’re usually happy. 
  • A survivor’s story
    Ray Brownlee first heard the news of Japan’s Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor on the scratchy reception of his Clare, Iowa, grandparents’ battery-operated radio. 
  • CHS grad will return to join orthopedic practice
    St. Anthony Regional Hospital today announced Dr. Diane Thi Tran, a 2000 Carroll High School graduate, will return here Sept. 1, joining Des Moines Orthopaedic Surgeons (DMOS). 
  • Former work friends find new romance
    According to eHarmony most married couples met their spouse at work or school. Melissa, a 1989 graduate of Carroll High School, and Herschel Creech started out as just friends at work, but over time it grew into something more. 
  • Showtime Catering offers array of options
    Showtime Catering in Carroll offers unique cuisine for rehearsal dinners, weddings and all kinds of parties. Kitchen manager Chris Nelson has years of experience and a distinctive style of cooking. Showtime Catering provides off-site catering for events in Carroll and surrounding areas. 
  • Halls savor ceremony filled with energy and love
    When Biz Hall, a 2010 Carroll High School graduate, and Mike Hall met on the first day of their freshman year at Creighton University in the fall of 2010, they had no idea this exciting new adventure was actually the door to their future together. 
  • Rollin' and Rockin'
    Wild Rose Jefferson’s grand opening last weekend drew 12,976 people through the casino-and-entertainment’s gaming floor — and even more to enjoy The Gambler himself, live and in the flesh, fireworks, food at a new restaurant, Coaches Corner, Las Vegas showgirls and plaudits from top casino executives, community leaders and state officials. 
  • Making Memories with Myles

    Melissa Grossman is wide-eyed in bed, her mind racing with all the lessons and memories she needs to pass on to her son.

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