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  • In a special effort to remind women to carve out “me time” for their health, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services kicked off the 20th annual National Women’s Health Week on Mother’s Day, May 12. Locally, Manning Regional Healthcare Center is designating this week to encourage women to practice self-care, and most importantly, make their yearly appointments.

  • Library book sale to be held Thursday, Friday

    The next Carroll Public Library sale will feature a variety of fiction offerings.

  • Carroll Rec Center to host pickleball clinic for all ages

    As spring sports start back up and Carroll area residents look for a fun new pastime to get out of the house and back in the sun, pickleball may be just the right hobby to try.

  • Frenetic garage fire spreads to house

    A fast-moving Monday fire spread from a garage at 817 San Salvador Ave. to the attached house’s kitchen and living room and caused an estimated $200,000 damage, according to Carroll Fire Chief Greg Schreck.

  • The power of Pride

    It was a crisp spring morning as children ran along the playground and sat on picnic tables coloring pictures of an Easter-themed Snoopy.

  • All Strings’ annual patriotic concert Sunday

    All Strings Attached Orchestra Studio will present its 18th annual patriotic concert, this year titled “An American Salute,” at 7 p.m. Sunday in the Arcadia American Legion Ballroom. This will be All Strings’ appreciation concert, so it is free to the public.

  • Swan Lake to host Earth Day Carnival Saturday

    Earth Day festivities in Carroll this year will include the annual Earth Day Carnival at Swan Lake State Park.

  • Hidden gems in the heartland

    Tucked away from any major city, secluded by trees and cornfields, lies a new destination.

  • The Big Bluestem Audubon Society will host a field trip to Dunbar Slough Wildlife Management Area Saturday. The event is free and open to the public.

  • Kuemper to present ‘King and I’ Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday

    It’s the 1860s and you’re the King of Siam and you want to modernize your country. But how?

  • Greene County Historical Society re-schedules program in Cooper, from April 5 to April 12

    Due to a death and funeral in a family that has long been active in the Greene County Historical Society, the organization’s lunch and program that had been scheduled for this Friday, April 5, in Cooper has been re-scheduled one week later — on Friday, April 12.

  • Gov. Kim Reynolds today announced her appointments of Gina Badding and Amy Moore as district court judges in Judicial Election District 2B.

  • Times Herald going all local 2 days a week

    The Times Herald on April 2 will move to a twice-weekly publication schedule with all-local news production, a move also designed to adapt to challenges with recruiting newspaper carriers.

  • St. Anthony announces $16.5M cancer center

    Today, the St. Anthony Foundation announced a $7 million capital campaign for a new regional cancer center, which will serve hundreds of residents each year in west-central Iowa.

  • Many accused priests served in Carroll County

    On Monday the Diocese of Sioux City released its long-anticipated list of priests who have faced credible allegations of sexually abusing children dating back to the 1940s.

    Of the 28 priests identified, 17 served in Carroll County for part of their time with the diocese. It was common for them to be reassigned multiple times over the course of their careers.

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