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  • A Carroll Spanish voice reaches the world
    Lorena Lopez, the bilingual founding owner and editor of western-Iowa based La Prensa Spanish Language Newspaper, accurately predicted both winners leading up to the Iowa caucuses days before the actual voting.
  • O’Malley urges supporters to ‘hold strong’
    Martin O’Malley strummed “The Iowa Waltz” on a borrowed guitar, one he tuned with the help of a cellphone application moments before a spontaneous performance in Denison Friday afternoon.
  • In Carroll, Clinton has time for everyone
    Hillary Clinton got right to the local hooks Saturday in her fourth campaign appearance in Carroll during two bids for the White House.
  • Trump son in Carroll: Dad in it to win it

    Eric Trump, one of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s five children, is a big Carroll consumer, he says.

  • How is Jeb a different Bush?
    Veteran Iowa journalist Chuck Offenburger of Cooper raised his hand at Greasewood Flats Ranch in Carroll Friday afternoon and asked Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush, a son and brother of former commanders in chief, this question: “In Iowa, we know the Bushes well. How would you say you are most similar to your father and brother, whom we came to know and many of us voted for? How are you most similar to them and how are you different from them?”
  • Bush: Get back to ‘grown-up’ world
    Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush, trailing in the polls leading up to tonight’s caucuses, said voters have time for reality checks in selecting the commander in chief.
  • What do you need to know before the caucuses Monday at 7 p.m. .
  • Once again, on Monday night, Feb. 1, Iowans get the opportunity to point the nation in new directions. The fact that we caucus first gives us a unique perspective on the people who seek to be our next leaders.
  • The Fringe Scene: Who else thinks they can be president?
    Everyone knows Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
  • Clinton campaign chairman thanks local organizers
    Bill Clinton’s former White House Chief of Staff John Podesta has been involved in presidential politics since volunteering for U.S. Sen. Eugene McCarthy’s campaign in 1971.
  • Trump batters rival Cruz in feisty presser
    Standing just feet from exercise bikes and weights in the Marshalltown High School’s athletic-training room, Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump Tuesday afternoon worked over rival Ted Cruz, challenging the Canadian-born Texas senator’s U.S. citizenship and tagging the often-prickly conservative lawmaker as a “nasty person.”
  • Jeb Bush campaigning in Carroll Friday
    Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush will campaign in Carroll Friday — just three days before the Iowa caucuses.
  • Actress Curtis: Time for command-her in chief
    Jamie Lee Curtis, after posing for dozens of selfies and chatting up Hillary Clinton supporters in Carroll Sunday afternoon, had one last thought as she left the Democratic candidate’s local headquarters.
  • Best backs Rubio, Segebart stands with Carson
    Brian Best is quick to point out that his caucus cast next Monday won’t count more than any other Glidden Republican.
  • Former L.A. mayor campaigns for Clinton in Carroll
    Antonio Villaraigosa, a former Los Angeles mayor and leading Latino in the national Democratic Party, said Monday he expects Hillary Clinton to prevail in the Iowa caucuses — with a strong margin.
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