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  • Parents blast teachers’ pay-raise request
    The district will eat up all its new instructional support levy funding and kill the credibility of the parent-led committee that got the levy passed if school officials hand out high teacher raises this year, John Munson told Carroll Community School District board members Tuesday night. 
  • Milligans are Carroll Citizens of the Year
    Paul and Tam Milligan, a philanthropic-minded couple with loaded resumes of community involvement, earned the Carroll Citizen of the Year Award for 2014 Monday night at the Chamber of Commerce’s annual banquet. 
  • Starting in 2016, Manning will base city employee raises on individual performance rather than a standard flat rate. 
  • Inaugural gala to benefit STEM projects
    The IKM-Manning School Foundation has set a $50,000 goal for its first annual IKM-Manning Gala, slated for April 25 at the Manning Hausbarn. 
  • Birthday boost ends with pepper spray, jail
    Andrew Roland Petersen’s birthday joyride was cut short Sunday when police officers shot his face with pepper spray and wrestled him out of a stolen car. 
  • Kuemper Tomorrow reaches $4.6 million goal
    The Kuemper Tomorrow campaign has reached its first-tier $4.6 million celebration goal, school officials announced this morning. 
  • Burns: When covering small towns, a Facebook page won’t do
    Having the local newspaper shut down can be tough on a small community. 
  • Three new businesses unveiled in Glidden
    With the snap of giant scissors and the flutter of ribbon, three new or updated businesses celebrated their beginnings in Glidden Monday. 
  • Farmers might have to pay damages
    A pending Des Moines Water Works lawsuit against three northwest Iowa counties over farm-fertilizer runoff will seek monetary damages, in addition to stricter requirements for farmers, according to a 60-day notice of the suit Water Works sent to those counties. 
  • Manning’s C3 launches food pantry, other projects
    Manning’s C3 organization — promoting Christ, community and celebration — was formed about three years ago by volunteers from Manning’s five churches with a goal to bring Christian artists and speakers with Christian messages within local reach. 
  • Area nonprofits urged to think big for casino money windfall
    The message Sunday night to local nonprofits from the Grow Greene County Gaming Corp. could be interpreted like this — after nearly a decade of playing the penny slots with the Greene County Community Foundation, it’s time to head over to the craps table for a shot at big money. 
  • ‘City folks just don’t get it’
    You’ve seen the commercials. That catchy country jingle — “You don’t have to be lonely” — may even be bouncing around between the ears now. 
  • Fighting back
    The state’s highest-ranking agriculture official will visit next week the three northwest Iowa counties that are the target of a potential federal lawsuit to limit farm fertilizer runoff into rivers. 
  • Soldiers, sailors, Marines and airmen — the 31st annual Friends of Kuemper Ball wants to honor you. 
  • The City of Carroll pulls in about $1.5 million annually through the 1 percent local-option sales tax. 
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