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  • ‘Manning has never had a fatal fire’

    Investigators might not be able to determine the cause of a Saturday house fire that killed a 47-year-old Manning woman, her mother said today.

     
  • A woman died in a Saturday morning house fire 3 miles north of Manning, according to a Carroll County sheriff’s report. 
  • IKM-Manning looks to sell Manilla building
    Selling the empty school in Manilla for even $1 could save the IKM-Manning school district roughly $450,000 in estimated demolition costs, said superintendent Tom Ward during the school board’s November meeting. 
  • A 62-year-old Carroll woman slipped on a slick floor near the town’s McDonald’s pop dispensers and has sued the store’s owner for an unspecified amount of money for her injuries, according to court records. 
  • ‘The man who saved the Lakers’
    A man sat courtside for pre-game warm-ups on Wednesday as the Minnesota Timberwolves prepped to take on the win-less Philadelphia 76ers at Target Center. He was unassuming in stature, unobtrusive with his demeanor, clearly happy to be so close to the NBA action. 
  • A fire that caused more than $100,000 damage to a newer house on the southwest side of Carroll on Wednesday might have been ignited by a basement dehumidifier, Fire Chief Greg Schreck said today. 
  • Meth dealer says 50-year sentence is ‘irate’
    A former Carroll man claims he was misled by his attorney when he pleaded guilty to four drug-related felonies in September, and that his 50-year prison sentence should be nullified, according to court documents. 
  • Hartung seed facility slated to open in January
    Weather permitting, Hartung Brothers’ new conditioning and bagging facility should be operational in Coon Rapids by the start of the new year. 
  • Schweers says housing debate reveals Carroll identity crisis
    Mayor Adam Schweers says the city is in jeopardy of losing a “national” company because there are not enough people in Carroll or places for new residents to live. 
  • Two active members the Carroll Athletic Association told a Carroll Rotary Club session Monday that fundraising for major renovations of Merchants Park is nearing an ambitious goal. 
  • Fire causes ‘a lot of damage’ to newer house
    A 3-year-old house in a new residential neighborhood on Carroll’s southwest side suffered considerable damage from a fire this morning. 
  • Arsonist strikes post office
    Someone set fire to the small U.S. Post Office in Ralston overnight, which burned a large hole in its south wall and forced its closure for an indefinite amount of time. 
  • Alibi claim: Teen in fatal crash stole beer
    A Breda man is not responsible for a fatal, alcohol-fueled crash that killed two teenage girls because the 17-year-old boy who crashed into their car stole beer from the man without his knowledge, the man alleges in court documents. 
  • Iowa Legendary Rye secures permits, eyes March 1 sales
    The bark of the white dog soon will be hitting palates of Carroll whiskey drinkers. 
  • Carroll City Council members have joined the growing Home Base Iowa movement to attract returning military men and women to the state for civilian careers. 
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