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  • RPM Show rolls to record
    A record 184 vehicles were on display in the 11th annual RPM Club car show Saturday at Swan Lake State Park. That broke last year's record of 148 entries. 
  • Kuemper grad ready to hit the streets
    Ethan Kathol has learned a lot about keeping the peace and helping people in-need in the short four years since he graduated from Kuemper Catholic High School. 
  • A friend for Buffy
    She stood at the end of a chute, alone, calm, unsure of what was next. People standing yards above her scuttled around as a livestock trailer backed into place. Eventually, the call came: “Ready!” 
  • Beers in Bayard
    It all started with a round of drinks. Longtime friends Dawn Shepherd of Carroll and Kristin Hansen and Lyn Swing of Coon Rapids met up at a Coon Rapids bar in March for a few drinks and talked, not for the first time, about what had been a longtime dream: owning a bar together. 
  • Backstage: Carroll High graduate runs sound for three-day music festival
    Behind the scenes of REALfest, three days of Christian concerts held in Carroll this weekend to raise money for adoption and foster care, was the city's own Drew Paulsen. 
  • Breweries can help diversify local agriculture, support historic preservation and boost tourism, in addition to creating local jobs - could Carroll reap those benefits? 
  • #wheresyourwesto: Home-brewer turned microbrewer looks to push into Carroll market
    Teal walls pop, accented by silver stools and a keg-shaped tap. You crack open a peanut, dropping the shell on the floor as a flight of four beers is placed directly in front of you, their deep gold, dark brown and rich red colors reflecting off the gleaming blond wood bar. 
  • A Hop-In' Industry
    What's on tap? Across the state, the answer is growing more varied, marking a trend that matches its national counterpart - craft brewing is in. 
  • Generosity Knows No Name
    Scott Davis was unemployed, broke and desperate for a way to feed himself 18 years ago when he parked his pickup truck near Glidden Grocery and hobbled to its front door. 
  • Hay, It's Their Wedding Day
    The smells of love and hay bales were in the air this past weekend. 
  • Rocket fire, missiles leave trail in Iowa, too
    Teens shot dead. Another burned alive. Rocket fire. Bomb shelters. Hate. 
  • Dreams and Tiaras
    They never expected to wear crowns. But more than 30 Iowa girls with disabilities were given the opportunity to do so at the fifth annual Dreams Made True pageant, held Saturday at Carroll High School. 
  • Putting down a pen for a stint in a bite suit
    What's a girl supposed to do when a police dog is rushing at her, prepared to bite and knock her down, and she's in a hugely padded suit that won't let her run? 
  • Bulletproofing Rage
    With a blurred rush of fur, a police dog named Rage hurled her body through the air, grabbing on with her teeth and using momentum to knock down her target - Guthrie County Sheriff Marty Arganbright. 
  • Local gearheads are the Extreme Auto Hunters
    They are the "extreme auto hunters," and in a new cable television show on the Velocity channel, they fly an experimental plane over cornfields and creeks to find hidden muscle cars to buy and sell. And they're from Carroll. 
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