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  • Carroll Police ban own cellphone use in cars
    Carroll Police Chief Brad Burke is troubled by what he sees as drivers’ reckless use of cellphones while motoring along in the region.
  • Successful Ruckus
    Thomas Rhett got more than he bargained for when he welcomed Adam Mohr of Coon Rapids in his red shirt and cowboy hat onstage at Guthrie’s River Ruckus Saturday night.
  • The actual cost of a gift of $10,000 to one of the region’s leading charitable and community-building organizations is only $4,000 for many people, when state and federal tax savings are factored in, say members of the Community Foundation of Carroll County.
  • Roaring cars and fast rolling business at Bowie
    Steve King was slow to get out of the fast car.
  • Interactive History
    It didn’t matter if it was 2016 or 1932, fourth-grader Jimmy Kjellberg was being naughty. “I’ve had enough, now come up to the board and write ‘I will be responsible.’ until the entire board is full,” teacher Jessica Ott announced to the children in the one-room schoolhouse.
  • Denison doctors donate $351,000 clinic to St. Anthony
    Dr. David Marc Tan Creti, M.D., and Dr. Rose Mary Mason, M.D. — with deep family roots in Carroll and Crawford counties — have donated their Crawford County Clinic building in Denison to St. Anthony Regional Hospital.
  • Wild Rose bringing horse, dog TV racing to Jefferson
    Wild Rose president and chief operating officer Tom Timmons Wednesday said the casino-and-entertainment company’s Jefferson location plans to introduce simulcast dog and horse race wagering as soon as the fall, possibly in time for the early November Breeders Cup.
  • Carroll City officials have scheduled four defining meetings before the end of the year for development of modernized library services.
  • Carroll police to host monthly ‘Coffee With a Cop’ events
    Carroll police officers will meet monthly with residents for coffee and small talk to improve their relationship with the community.
  • Water runoff from a cattle yard 2 miles northeast of Willey leaked into a nearby creek this week from a detention basin, according to the Iowa Department of Natural Resources.
  • Family rift halts $93.7M sale of farmland
    For weeks, word that the Mormon Church is buying up a massive swath of Greene County farmland has marched from one social circle to another with all the steadfastness of Brigham Young’s trek nearly 170 years ago from the banks of the Mississippi River in Illinois to the Salt Lake Valley of Utah.
  • SARH receives top mark for patient safety
    St. Anthony Regional Hospital has received an “A” ranking for patient safety by The Leapfrog Group, a national patient safety watchdog.
  • Highway 71 overpass blocked by livestock
    The railroad overpass on Highway 71 between Highway 30 and West 4th Street was blocked and closed for about 25 minutes on Monday by some unusual culprits.
  • Carroll County elected officials and economic-development leaders joined forces Monday for the release of a sweeping 100-page housing study aimed at identifying shortages and opportunities to boost residential construction so it matches employers’ demand for labor in the Carroll-area market.
  • Remembering Eli
    Eli Rowedder was a towheaded toddler who loved to wrestle with his siblings, Olivia, Michael and Katie, and to give his mother big kisses.
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