Earlier this week the Carroll School Board approved a two year contract agreement between the district and the Carroll Education Support Association. Superintendent Rob Cordes says most recently the two entities have agreed to one year contracts, but it i
The Carroll County Historical Society will be holding its annual open house this weekend where demonstrations will be given throughout the day. Presenters will show how a spinning wheel and rug loom were operated and also demonstrate quilting techniques.
An apprehensive resident Tuesday night called the Greene County Sheriff’s Office after he noticed a vehicle in the 1800 block of 218th Street. The vehicle and driver were found on R Avenue by the resident after the truck had run out of gas.&nb
The annual Carroll Area I-Club spring outing will be held May 15th in Arcadia. The annual black and gold event at the American Legion Hall is an opportunity for fans of the Hawks to meet and greet several members of the coaching staff. Headlin
A groundbreaking ceremony was planned on Earth Day for a new back-country trail system for hikers, mountain bikers and horseback riders at the Whiterock Conservancy near Coon Rapids. Conrad Kramer, the conservancy's executive director, says constructi
Police Officer Tom Maulsby has been with the Rockwell City Police Department since 2005 and at last night’s city council meeting he submitted his letter of resignation. After 9 years with the Force he has decided to retire and enjoy the golden years
At Monday night's meeting members of the Carroll School Board revisited the inner workings of the district’s budget. Board member Duane Horsley requested the item to be placed on the agenda after fielding many questions from the community. Durin
Donations from Carroll area businesses and proceeds from a special livestock auction held in 1987 are still paying it forward. The Carroll Chamber of Commerce recently announced two scholarship recipients from the Carroll County Agricultural Scholarship.
Old and expired prescription drugs are highly susceptible to diversion, misuse, and abuse. Previously if these medicines were unwanted people flushed them down the toilet which is no longer an acceptable form of disposal. That’s why the Sac County S
Des Moines Area Community College and the The Carroll County Solid Waste Management Commission are sponsoring a Household Hazardous Waste Day Saturday, April 26. Director for the Commission, Mary Wittry says Carroll County residents should look for labels
The Iowa Finance Authority recently announced $3.4 million in awards for federal funding to be used in creation of affordable housing opportunities across the state of Iowa. Eighty Iowa families will benefit from the HOME program which seeks to advance af
A donation to the Lake City Pool Project by resident artist Randall Wolff isn’t like most donations. His efforts will be focused on creating a work of art in the form of a designation sign for the Lake City Pool. Wolff is currently in the process of
The Audubon City Council is still working towards replacing long time city clerk Lora Hanson who is currently serving as an interim for the position. The council first tried to remove Hansen three months ago, but ran into legal complications and had to be
Memorial services for 96 year old Laverne Huehl of Sac City will be Monday at 10:30am at the United Methodist Church in Sac City with burial at the Oakland Cemetery. Friends may call at the Farber & Otteman Funeral Home in Sac City from 5 to 7 Sunday evening.
Mass of the Christian Burial for 72 year old Jerry Schroeder of Carroll will be Saturday at 10am at the Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Carroll with burial at Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll after 4:30pm Friday where there will be a Rosary at 5 and a Christian Wake Service at 7 Friday evening. The casket will be moved to the church at 9