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  • A noble chemist
    Mark Heino was a year from becoming a chemist and following in his father’s footsteps when a friend walked into the K&S Supervalu in Decorah and offered him a job.  It was 1977, and Heino was a college student and assistant grocery department manager there.
  • ‘It makes me cringe to think of everything we had’
    At 64, Dale Higgins remembers window shopping on Main Street in Grand Junction, stopping to be mesmerized by the color TV his family didn’t yet have.
  • Follow your heart
    Michelle Nelson-Schmidt was 4 years old, drawing on a sidewalk with chalk, when she, “knew with everything inside of me” she was an artist.
  • He gave the most

    Wayne William Gross grew up the same way most Iowa farm boys grew up in the 1940s and ’50s, God, country and sports.

  • Longtime dream comes true: CHS’s Sara Sweeney gains all-state for 4th year
    Sara Sweeney set her music goal at a very young age, when she traveled with her dad, Carroll High School vocal music director Doug Sweeney, to the annual Iowa High School All-State Music Festival at Iowa State University in Ames.
  • Ready for the next Battle

    The agony of defeat has only motivated Johnny Case.

  • 9 years old and acting
    Dressed in a T-shirt featuring a glasses- and headphones-wearing pug and the words “I’m still not listening,” Kasche Huehn bounces around a room as Meghan Trainor’s “Me Too” belts out of speakers.
  • A home away from home
    Jeremy Demers was 6 when he first watched his dad barrel down a race track, going from 0 to nearly 200 mph in a matter of seconds.
  • Carroll man gets Christmas wish with prosthetic right leg
    Paul Venner scooted forward just a bit in his wheelchair.
  • Parade marshal Schechtman honored for distinguished career
    When he came to Carroll in 1958 and began his law practice, Ron Schechtman had a front-row seat for the community’s then-new Band Day parade. On Saturday, as parade marshal of Carroll’s 59th annual Band Day, he had a vastly different view of the event.
  • Carroll County vets savor ‘unbelievably awesome’ day
    The five Manning veterans getting up at 3:30 the morning of the flight to drive to Fort Dodge, the sights of hundreds of people at the Dulles Airport when they arrived in Washington, D.C., and families and friends at the airport when they returned, the surprise of families coming, grandchildren running to hug them when they arrived home were all extra-special moments. All the majestic, awesome wart monuments were so impressive, they will be long remembered. The veterans especially enjoyed the surprise “mail call” on the plane and the heartwarming notes and cards. 
  • New Carroll Catholic Youth Ministry open to all
    One month, they compete in a lively Wiffle ball tournament. The next, they roast marshmallows and look at the stars.
  • Carroll Church of Christ thrives with new leadership
    In the past several years, Carroll Church of Christ has obtained almost all new leadership.
  • Free monthly meals an important ministry at St. John
    Cindy Johnson knows what it’s like to be hungry.
  • Annual UMC, Swan Place party brings area youth, elderly together
    In traditional Christmas spirit, they sang “Silent Night” — twice.
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