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  • Carroll teens blast through competition with '70s music
    If you closed your eyes, you'd think you had gone back in time. Dark bar, cold beer, ears ringing as KISS and Ted Nugent blare through the speakers. 
  • Rare squirrels nest in town square
    The squirrels that forage the town square of Lake City act normal enough. 
  • Fabulous 50th Holy Spirit Parish celebrates anniversary
    On the day the Roman Catholic Church celebrated the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the apostles, Carroll's Holy Spirit Parish had extra reason to celebrate on Sunday. 
  • First in Line
    Silver fence gleams as a soft breeze makes its way across the red sands of a baseball diamond to rustle the dry, golden corn stalks left after last year's harvest. 
  • ALICE active shooter 
training conducted in Carroll
    Screams split the air as the shooter aimed his Airsoft gun at school officials huddled in the corner of a classroom in the seventh-grade wing of Carroll Middle School. 
  • 'Little Free library'
    Take a book, leave a book. So is the inherent agreement between visiting readers to Camp Crescent in Lake View, where a "Little Free Library" was installed last week. 
  • Pride & Service
    Scott Schaben remembers growing up in Carroll and viewing many Memorial Day parades - first as a young spectator and later, when he was a high school student he rode with a neighbor who'd just come home from Operation Desert Storm and saw the soldier's pride and the community's outpouring of gratitude. 
  • Operation Write Home: Sisters craft cards for service members overseas
    Since 2007, more than 2.5 million Americans have received handcrafted cards from the front lines of Afghanistan and Iraq. 
  • Memorial Day program, open house slated Monday
    "We're looking forward to Memorial Day, and the participation of the community in the American Legion parade and observances is an appropriate time to remind us not only of our loved ones, but of the services of local veterans," according to Lloyd Drees, local commander of Maurice Dunn American Legion Post 7. 
  • 'I don't know how you can ever describe the dedication'
    Pat Venteicher knows what it's like to be pulled from bed or called from a work meeting to go out on an ambulance call - without pay. 
  • Thomas: Life is how you respond
    An EF-5 tornado swept through Parkersburg on May 25, 2008, destroying the only home and neighborhood Aaron Thomas had ever known. 
  • Love of the Game
    When it comes to longevity and ability to stay on top of her game - bridge game, that is - Lucille Hudson has been dealt aces. 
  • Heroes hope to see their memorials
    "You guys fight wars in the damndest places," said Les Butler, voicing aloud an often recurring thought regarding military superiors. 
  • 'This is history'
    When she was 17, she watched as American soldiers, their trousers bloused at the bottoms, arrived in her home of Munich, Germany, signaling the end of World War II. Several years later, she arrived in Iowa as a newlywed. In the years that followed, she crafted her experiences into a book. 
  • Olympic shooters
    "Pull!" A neon orange clay pigeon flies into the air at a speed between 65 and 75 miles per hour. 
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