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Carroll native and NBA champion head coach Nick Nurse (left) poses with the championship trophy following a welcome home celebration Sunday, June 30 at Wild Rose in Jefferson. 
BRANDON HURLEY | TIMES HERALD
Carroll native and NBA champion head coach Nick Nurse (left) poses with the championship trophy following a welcome home celebration Sunday, June 30 at Wild Rose in Jefferson. BRANDON HURLEY | TIMES HERALD

Back like he never left.

  • RSVP makes special deliveries to emergency responders

    Nothing says “thank you” like trays full of treats.

  • Racing for a cause

    The road seemed to stretch out endlessly in front of Katie Nelson as she tried to quiet her mind, the path ahead a continuous reminder of how many miles she had left.

  • 1/3 of Carroll trash is food

    The Carroll County Landfill will furnish about 40 residents with free equipment to compost their food and yard waste in an effort to cut the amount of organic material it buries.

  • A 9/11 SALUTE

    On Wednesday, the 18th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks on the United States, Regency Park Nursing and Rehabilitation Center of Carroll held a 9/11 memorial for the facility’s veterans.

  • Tour of Homes brings new styles on Sunday

    The St. Anthony Regional Hospital Auxiliary’s annual tour of homes is coming up — this year, with a twist.

  • It's time to play

    Some of the first small steps taken onto Carroll’s new all-inclusive playground last week were those of Charlee Tigges, 7 (“and a half!”) as she pushed a wheelchair holding her older brother, Kellan, the child who’d inspired the venture.

  • Two Kuemper Catholic elementary school teachers and another woman were injured Monday when their utility vehicle struck a utility pole south of Glidden, according to an Iowa State Patrol crash report.

  • An 89-year-old Lake City woman was seriously injured Friday when she attempted a left turn in her sport-utility vehicle from U.S. Highway 30 and was struck by a semitrailer truck, according to a county sheriff’s report.

  • The Greene County Historical Society is hosting another “museum party” this Saturday, Sept. 7, to help welcome another group coming through Greene County as part of a motor tour across the nation on the historic Lincoln Highway.

  • The Greene County Historical Society will meet on Friday, Sept. 6, at historic St. Patrick Catholic Church on the Cedar, located about 5 miles west of Churdan.

  • A global act of service

    On a recent sunny day in Carroll, four college students picked up gum wrappers, scraps of paper and other trash around the Carroll Recreation Center and Carroll Athletic Field, chattering in Estonian all the while.

  • Today, at the Iowa Corn Growers Association’s (ICGA) Annual Grassroots Summit ICGA, delegates and members rallied to express their anger and are calling for the Trump administration to make it right by following the law and upholding the integrity of the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS).

  • An upcoming movie about Iowa's six-on-six girls basketball could be the big break for anyone hoping to break into show business, particularly high school female basketball players, parents and fans of the game.

  • It's the dogs' turn to swim

    Carroll-area residents with canine friends can have a splash of a time this weekend.

  • Spyder Rider club to cruise through Manning Friday

    This Friday, more than 100 motorcycles from 11 different states around the United States will roar through Manning for Spyderfever 2019.

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