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  • An attic fire at Iowa Small Engine Center caused minimal damage Thursday evening.
  • Wild Rose Jefferson to host WHO Radio’s Annual Tractor Ride
    Wild Rose Casino & Resort in Jefferson has been chosen as the host site for this year’s 21st annual WHO Radio Tractor Ride, to be held June 25-27 in and around Greene County.
  • Missing girl’s body found in Boyer River
    A week-long search for a missing 15-year-old Denison girl ended Thursday afternoon when searchers discovered her body in the middle of the Boyer River about a mile from where she was swept away.
  • City moves forward with public art plans
    Before long, visitors to Manning’s Trestle Park might lock their bikes on a colorful steel bike rack mimicking the design of an iconic Manning structure and sit down on an attached bench to peruse a book or newspaper.
  • Schools get rare late-start, early-out day
    The snow kept Carroll students from starting school on time Wednesday morning.
  • Driver in river crash gave teens drugs
    A 25-year-old Denison man is accused of giving four teenagers marijuana about five hours before he drove his car and the teens into the Boyer River last week.
  • Trust fund benefits 3 organizations in 2017
    A relatively new Manning trust fund will benefit a variety of projects this year — a school communication TV, a coloring book highlighting Manning’s history and culture, and mats for youth wrestlers.
  • Search for missing girl will scale back after today
    The search for a missing Denison girl that has spanned four days and 40 miles of the Boyer River will dwindle after today when law officers and firefighters make a final pass on the water, which has dropped about 3 feet since the search began Thursday.
  • 26K flood downtown Des Moines
    On Saturday, an estimated 26,000 women — and some men, many wearing symbolic pink hats, joined together in Des Moines for the Women’s March.
  • ‘Rally together’
    Carrying fire and pushing mountains. This year’s Carroll County Relay for Life kickoff was rife with symbolism.
  • An early-morning house fire on Tuesday caused about $9,000 damage to a southside Carroll house but injured none.
  • Drivers apparently learned their lessons from last week’s icy conditions — there were no crashes reported in the past two days caused by ice, according to city, county and state law-enforcement officers.
  • 168th Infantry takes a dip
    When the young men and women of the 1st Battalion, 168th Infantry National Guard Regiment signed up for service with the National Guard, they didn’t think they’d ever be blindfolded and forced to “walk the plank” like an oldtime pirate film come to life.
  • Audubon’s Rose Theater making progress
    What started as an idea over a year ago continues to move forward making steps to become a reality for residents of Audubon and a group of volunteer citizens who call themselves The Audubon Community Cinema group.
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