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  • The board of education gave superintendent Rob Cordes the go-ahead to pursue conversation with area vendors to install the routers on the buses this fall. It intends to test the Wi-Fi devices on four of the six buses to determine if the access is actually used. Cordes said it is unusual for more than four activity buses to be on the road at the same time during the fall season. 
  • Miracle Man

    His heart rate was dangerously slow when they brought him in. When the ambulance carrying Cecil Hoyle, 86, of Churdan pulled up to the emergency-room entrance at St. Anthony Regional Hospital, his heart was beating at about 20 to 30 beats per minute.

     
  • Kuemper wins Traveling Challenge Cup 3rd year in a row
    Kuemper Catholic High School has won the 2A Bank Iowa Traveling Challenge Cup for the third consecutive year and fourth time in the last five years. 
  • Black Hawk Lake watershed samples will be placed under the microscope in Ames in a five-year study that aims to examine the impact of conservation-minded agricultural land management practices on water quality. 
  • Stabbing suspect to plead guilty
    A man accused of choking and stabbing his ex-girlfriend in May in the basement of his Carroll house is expected to plead guilty to at least one criminal charge next month, according to court records. 
  • Smooth Transition
    "Do you guys like being in the middle school this year?" art teacher Christena Miller asked the class of fifth-grade students bent over their easels to tackle their first art project - a self-portrait - Tuesday afternoon. 
  • Greene County Sheriff Steve Haupert says its his office's job is to apprehend and hold suspected criminals - not do the federal government's work with regard to the immigration status of people in the county without a probable cause warrant from a judge. 
  • A 51-year-old Coon Rapids man was sentenced to up to 32 years in prison Monday for his serial sexual abuse of young girls - including the alleged rape of a 6-year-old that happened 11 years ago. 
  • Say 'cheese,' and  select a wine
    Santa Maria Vineyard & Winery president John Guinan says the 5-year-old business, which has earned plaudits from arbiters of food and drink such as Midwest Living magazine, is eyeing growth ideas. 
  • Carroll singer proud of final fair performance
    Katelyn Renze had her best performance ever at the Iowa State Fair this weekend. 
  • Rye Spirits plans to build distillery, museum in Templeton
    Just hours before celebrating the opening of a $1.7 million community center they helped fund, members of the Templeton Rye Spirits brain trust gathered at their distinctive facility in this southern Carroll County city. 
  • Great for busy cooks: Crock-pot recipes
    If you’re like me, you keep your eye out for crock-pot recipes that can be thrown together in a hurry. There are plenty that I’d like to try, but my busy schedule doesn’t always allow me to do a lot of preparation. I’m often tossing ingredients into a crock pot before bedtime to cook the next day or I’m hurriedly throwing things together before I walk out the door in the morning. For me, browning meat is an additional step that takes time and effort. It’s much easier for me to prepare recipes that are simply “load and go,” no precooking necessary. 
  • Family Night kicks off a new year
    Kuemper Catholic Schools' second annual Family Fun Night on Thursday allowed students, accompanied by their parents, to visit classrooms and meet their teachers for the 2014-15 year as well as enjoy a picnic featuring food, music and activities. 
  • For CHS's Rose Eischeid, character counts
    Carroll High School sophomore Rose Eischeid refused to let a rainstorm stop this project. Not when she'd put in so many hours of planning and saw the need of so many Carroll residents. 
  • Developer eyes Coon Rapids for meatpacking plant
    Northeast Iowa "farm boy" Jesse Stevens, founder of LimeSprings Beef LLC, pitched a plan to develop a network of small regional packing plants to members of the Coon Rapids Rotary Club Thursday afternoon. 
 
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