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  • 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.

  • Beardmore reflects on time in office and what’s next
    Former Carroll County Supervisor Mark Beardmore decided not to seek re-election last year after serving eight years on the board. Beardmore was willing to reflect on the past and tell us what’s next in a parting interview with the Daily Times Herald.
  • Last Salute
    Old soldiers, General Douglas MacArthur said, never die, they just fade away. Coon Rapids on Friday laid to rest one of the region’s more well-known and respected World War II veterans, 91-year-old John J. Schumacher, a Carroll Countian who fought for his nation on the battlefields of Europe and returned home to raise a family and build a legacy in economic development and community service. He passed away on Christmas Day.
  • On his own two feet
    Paul Venner scooted forward just a bit in his wheelchair.
  • Carroll man’s Nativity scene collection numbers almost 500
    In the past few years, Bob Elliott has almost doubled his Nativity-scene collection.
  • Deck America's halls
    Jill (Gaffney) Valde has come a long way from Breda.
  • The day John Glenn came to Carroll
    Former astronaut, senator and Democratic presidential candidate John H. Glenn, Jr. came to Carroll on Nov. 12, 1983, in the midst of the 1984 presidential primary season.
  • Raising the bar
    There hasn’t been much time to celebrate her accomplishments, which continue to build up.
  • In 1991, Carroll veteran recalls Pearl Harbor
    After shore leave on a Friday in December 1941, Jerry Schenkelberg of Carroll stood on a dock in Hawaii after spending some time with his brother Clayton and waited for a motorcraft to take him back to the USS Nevada.
  • Life transforms after Carroll woman reunites with birth family

    Parked outside a small blue house in a village in Vietnam about a year ago, Jenna Lambertz wrestled with a sense of unreality.

    How had she gotten here?

  • A dream come true
    Don’t ask Nic Steffes to tell you his favorite Broadway musical — he’ll tell you it’s like asking a parent to choose his favorite child.
  • Vietnamese roots lead Carroll native on unexpected course

    When Jenna Lambertz scribbled drawings of her family as a young girl, she’d use the peach crayon for her mom. Her dad. Her brother.

    Then she’d reach for the brown crayon to draw herself.

  • 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.
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