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  • From Audubon to Ivy League
    Ever since she can remember, Katelyn Asmus loved to read. She spent her childhood in the small town of Audubon with her nose in chapter books always yearning to learn more.
  • Prostate cancer survivor shares importance of routine exams
    Darlo Austin and his wife of 40 years, Janet, have spent their entire married life in Sac City. In fact, the couple live just two blocks down from the house where Darlo grew up.
  • A voice in the box
    A typical day for Randy Nieland starts with a 5:30 a.m. workout at the Carroll Recreation Center.
  • ‘They don’t make coaches like that anymore’
    A husband, a father, a friend and teacher, Hall of Fame coach Don Oleson left a lasting mark in Carroll.
  • Taking the plunge

    As Margaret Gronstal began her descent down the side of the building, her Wonder Woman cape fluttered in the breeze.  She looked over at her granddaughter, Meghan Velasquez, who was rappelling with her down the side of a five-story building in a fundraiser to support VINE Adult Community Center in Mankato, Minnesota, where Velasquez works.

  • ISU senior from Glidden says goodbye to 4 years as Cy
    If you heard Gloria Steinem speak last fall at Stephens, you probably didn’t know that the guy introducing her was Cy. Or, if you read the latest issue of Ethos magazine, it’s unlikely you recognized the editor pictured was Cy. And if you went to a Grandma Mojo’s Moonshine Revival improv show at the Maintenance Shop, chances are, it didn’t even cross your mind that one of the performers was Cy.
  • African orphanage founder visits Carroll
    Pastor Blessings Nyasulu sometimes awakens at the orphanage she founded in Malawi, Africa, to find that people, knowing she has no money to take on additional kids at the orphanage, have left young children or babies at the facility’s gate at night so she would have no choice.
  • Young ‘Gifted’ extras have Carroll roots
    When Pat and Tom Louis headed to the Carroll 5 last week to watch “Gifted,” they weren’t primarily focused on watching 11-year-old Mckenna Grace’s performance or seeing Chris Evans in a non-Captain America role.
  • Music festival brings hard music and positive vibes to Shapokee
    Vocalist Valient Himself approached the front of stage and placed hit right foot on the foot-tall speaker that sat on the edge.
  • The Light in Her Eyes (Part 2)

    Maci Kluver was fearless.

  • The Light in Her Eyes

    There were spiders. Everywhere.

  • 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.
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