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  • A Broadway heart beats in downtown Carroll
    Sonia Walsh, a local actress with community theater and commercial experience, has turned a love of her craft into what many parents say is a remarkable confidence generator for Carroll-area young people. 
  • Katie Naberhaus joins Carroll Dental Clinic
    After wearing braces for six years, Katie Naberhaus was glad to finally have them removed. 
  • CHS band teacher to join Marine Corps band
    Carroll High School band teacher Patrick Box has been playing the trombone since sixth grade. 
  • Icicles stretched down the length of the Breda water tower last week — it sprung a leak only 12 hours after the city council voted to put a new water tower construction project up for bid. 
  • Corn-crib fight turns to high-five charity night

    1,452. That’s the number of items kind-hearted Carroll-area residents donated Monday night to a food drive at the Mayberry Lane home of Jeff and Cindy Heuton, location of the cornzebo, subject of the most spirited architectural controversy in Carroll since the city council deep-sixed a welcoming tower in favor of what many call “motorcycle ramp” entry features at the crossroads of the city’s two federal highways.

  • After citizens’ uproar, council kills new housing complex
    Fire Chief Greg Schreck and Police Chief Jeff Cayler —watching closely the 49-person fire-code capacity in the chambers at the Farner Government Building — had to keep at least 10 people waiting in the hallway, unable to enter the meeting Monday night. 
  • Man, 73, to admit to child sex abuse
    A rural Glidden man is set to plead guilty next month to a felony sex abuse charge for allegedly having a child younger than 10 touch his genitalia to sexually arouse him in July. 
  • Audubon accepts bid for elementary renovation
    The Audubon Community School District Board of Education accepted a $632,600 bid  last week from Badding Construction of Carroll to complete its elementary-school renovation project this summer. 
  • South Florida gaming exec returns to Wild Rose
    A 43-year-old gaming industry veteran is returning to the Midwest from South Florida to assume the role of general manager of the casino-and-entertainment complex in Jefferson. 
  • Fishing for Farmers
    So you have corn. Beans. And hogs. Why not consider diversifying into the burgeoning aquaculture field and add fish to your production portfolio, says Leslie Wulf, a Canadian-born dairy-farm-kid-turned-ag-business-entrepreneur. 
  • Carroll resigns from board of regents
    Nicole Carroll, formerly of Carroll, announced her resignation Thursday from the Iowa Board of Regents, the body that governs the state’s three public universities. 
  • CHS students pitch mock inventions
    Most entrepreneurial ideas come from someone being “twerked off” about something, said long-term substitute Carroll High School business teacher Elizabeth Ewoldt-Rapp. 
  • Most of the 300 hogs in an animal confinement that caught fire this morning in northeast Audubon County survived the blaze, said John Ballou, fire chief of the Audubon Fire Department, which was the first to respond. 
  • Dog is key in murder prosecution
    A man’s best friend might be his biggest liability in his Sac County murder case. 
  • Sarah Gomez promoted to lead Midwest Partnership
    After a thorough search and interview process, Sarah Gomez has been named executive director of Midwest Partnership Economic Development Corporation (EDC). which serves Audubon, Greene, Guthrie and Adair counties. 
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