Area residents are invited to downtown Lake View Wednesday evening to enjoy family fun and shopping during the first Meet Me on Main event of the summer. City Administrator, Scott Peterson, says it was introduced last year,
The Carroll Police Department reports three people were taken into custody over the weekend in two separate incidents. The first arrests stem from an investigation into reported check fraud at Availa Bank in Carroll earlier this year.
A former Jefferson woman has been ordered to serve her original two-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to violating her probation. Thirty-seven-year-old Deann Marie Goff’s probation was revoked Thursday during a hearing at the Carroll County Courthouse.
A citizen’s report of a car that was headed into Jefferson on U.S. Highway 4 south resulted in the arrest of a Panora woman. The Jefferson Police Department responded to the complaint and located the vehicle, following
A utility permit request to install an estimated 100-foot high metal “pole” is raising some eyebrows around the table in the Carroll County Supervisors’ board room. On Monday morning, County Engineer, Dave Paulson, and Planning and Zoning
There were only minor damages and no injuries reported in a rear-end collision this (Monday) morning north of Carroll. The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office responded to the scene, just south of the Breda intersection of 130th Street
Nothing says summer like a luau, and Manning Hausbarn-Heritage Park is pulling out all stops to bring island fun for the whole family to the park on Thursday, June 20. Everyone is invited to break out their
There Is Rain In The Forecast, But City Of Carroll Still Plans To Spray For Mosquitoes, Weather Permitting
A reminder that the City of Carroll will be planning to spray for mosquitoes, weather permitting, on Thursday, June 20. The spraying process will begin in the early evening hours and continue until all areas of the
Local Businesses And Organizations Invited To Sign Up For Carroll County Public Health ‘Stop The Bleed’ Program
Carroll County Public Health is offering free seminars to local businesses and organizations that will teach them skills that may one day be used to save somebody’s life. The “Stop the Bleed” program is a no cost
Formal charges have been brought in District Court for Carroll County against a Denison man accused of drug trafficking. According to trial information filed last week by prosecutors, 29-year-old Gerardo Emmanuel Medina faces one count of possession