When Dr. Rick Joneson resumed practicing psychology in Carroll this week, he returned with a World Series ring.
Dunkin’ Donuts workers are in their final dress-rehearsal days this week before the new store in Carroll opens Monday.
With a population of 1,200, Lake View is known for an escape from the
routine provided by Black Hawk Lake and all it has to offer.
The acrid smell of burned rubber hung in the air Thursday morning after a
fire set Wednesday night destroyed the Fourth Avenue playground in Coon
Mint juleps, colorful ladies hats and Kentucky horse chatter could fill
the new Wild Rose Jefferson early next May if a plan being eyed by the
casino takes shape.
The Stone Pier Summer Concert Series will celebrate its fifth
anniversary with its largest line-up yet, featuring 10 regional bands,
including one returning favorite from each of the concert series’ former
Carroll Police Jeff Cayler, 56, the 30-year leader of a department in a
city that consistently records some of the lowest crime rates in the
nation, Tuesday afternoon announced his retirement effective June 8.
The wait made South Central Calhoun’s first-place finish in the Iowa
High School Jazz Championships a little sweeter, SCC Band Director Tom
Plummer said after Tuesday night’s finals at the Des Moines Convention
The Omaha, Nebraska, architect charged with developing a consensus plan
for improved library services has released five initial conceptual
designs ranging from a remodel with a slight addition — 9,952 square
feet — to an expansion to the north and east —15,500 square feet.
Glidden-based Raccoon Valley Electric Cooperative and the U.S.
Department of Agriculture have teamed up to provide a $360,000
zero-interest loan to St. Anthony Regional Hospital toward a $2.8
million renovation-and-expansion of the Catholic heath-care center’s
Martin O’Malley can’t spot any orioles these days in Baltimore, the city
he served as mayor for eight years. Climate change chased the birds
away, he said.
Sitting at the entrance to Arnolds Park in Okoboji, close to Arnolds
Perk Coffee, is an RV decorated with a outdoors scene of blue denim
jeans pinned on a clothesline. Written in tall cursive extending across
the scene is “Fashion on the fly.”
Eleanor Roosevelt? Harriet Tubman? Abigail Adams? Or maybe Iowa’s own Mamie Eisenhower, a Boone native?
A flicker of blue wings over the browns of dried grass and bare trees
offers one of the first colors of spring: The bluebirds are returning.
Carroll’s growing reputation as a medical center makes the commercial
hub an attractive spot for professionals from across the United States.
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