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  • Sniper

    It’s been almost 47 years since Roger Carlson dropped a North Vietnamese officer with a single shot at 800 yards — almost a half-mile away.

     
  • Legend goes legal
    Richard Eggers is an entrepreneur who loves what he does. And what he makes, too. The Iowa Legendary Rye co-owner and master distiller (also a master storyteller with a great sense of humor) has a ready operating philosophy about the recently legalized whiskey his Main Street distillery in Carroll is churning out. 
  • The burdens of murder

    Mike Warnke had waited for this moment for more than a year. 

     
  • Ben’s Five & Dime is the coolest store ever
    It’s not possible — or prudent — to walk in with a plan. 
  • Community remembers Neil Trobak, Carroll radio icon
    Years ago, Neil Trobak headed from Carroll Broadcasting to interview a young Wayne Seaman, then a manager at West Central Cooperative, for a story. 
  • Made-from-scratch cinnamon rolls star on Kuemper Catholic lunch trays
    Through 40 years of handwritten recipe books, one hot-lunch offering at Kuemper Catholic Schools has stayed the same — homemade cinnamon rolls and chili. 
  • 'It's the next play that's most important'
    It basically boils down to this — in the 164-year history of Greene County, Bryce Paup is still the only one of us to have had an action figure made in his likeness. 
  • At Fairy Tale Ball, princesses dreams come true
    Shortly after Christmas the excitement begins building for another big day. For Kelly Foley of Carroll, that’s when he and his daughters begin plans to attend the annual Fairy Tale Ball, which brings together “princesses” ages 3 through 12 and their dads, granddads, uncles to enjoy an afternoon or evening of dancing and other entertainment. 
  • Carroll grad interns in New York City
    One Carroll High School graduate traded the small town of Storm Lake for the Big Apple in January. 
  • ‘Why I do what I do’
    John Werden has occasionally expounded on his passion for being the county’s chief law-enforcement official in the past few years to the Daily Times Herald, often stating that his main objective is not to get convictions, but rather seek justice wherever it resides. 
  • Born with no eyes
    It’s understandable if Kelly Lopez hasn’t had time yet to start a baby book for her son, Richie, who came into the world barely just four months ago. 
  • Pet Cause
    Molly and Maxwell left impressive paw prints in their lives. After all, Molly, a black Labrador, and Maxwell, a gray weimaraner, weighed in at a hefty 92 and 88 pounds, respectively. Now, Ivan, a nearly 1-year-old Siberian husky may be just half their size — at just over 46 pounds — but he’s shown strong promise of nicely following his predecessor’s steps. 
  • The Words of a Victim

    "This is bad. I know that it affected me and my family. I was scared on the abandoned road and in the garage. You broke my heart a lot."

    ~Ron Turner's victim

     
  • Get active
    Valentine hearts aren’t the only kind on the mind of St. Anthony Regional Hospital doctors and patients this February. 
  • 3 generations serve the country
    Three generations of Riesenbergs are signed up for recognition on the military Honor Wall display planned for the 31st annual Friends of Kuemper Ball on Saturday, May 2, at the Carrollton Centre. 
 
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