The second installment of the monthly Carroll Chamber of Commerce Legislative Forums was cancelled due to blizzard conditions on Saturday, February 23. However, their Legislative Committee has rescheduled the event for Friday, March 8. Both area legislators,
Both Iowa Senators, Chuck Grassley and Joni Ernst, have voiced their opinions on the Green New Deal this week. Ernst has presented it with her Squeal Award, renaming it the “New Green Steal.” Grassley says it is
Gov. Reynolds Applauds Committee’s Unanimous Approval Of Constitutional Amendment Bill On Felon Voting Rights
On Wednesday, the House Judiciary Committee voted unanimously to support House Study Bill 68, which is a joint resolution for an amendment to the Iowa Constitution to restore voting rights to felons. Gov. Kim Reynolds says this
Manning Municipal Utilities has been granted a permit from the county to expand their natural gas line by around 24 miles. County Engineer, Dave Paulson, says the transmission line starts at a point on 230th Street just
There has been the report of at least one accident so far this (Thursday) morning near Carroll. The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office responded to Highway 71 north at the intersection with 180th Street at approximately 7:47 a.m.
Pheasants Forever Offers Free Feed To Landowners To Offset Harmful Effects Of Harsh Winter On Wildlife
The Carroll County Pheasants Forever Chapter is offering free shelled corn to local residents in an effort to help wildlife that may be struggling to find food due to the unusually harsh weather. According to Kenny Snyder,
No injuries were reported in a single-vehicle rollover accident Tuesday, but a 1999 Ford F-250 was deemed a total loss. The Greene County Sheriff’s Office reports they responded to the scene on Highway 30, near M Avenue,
Carroll Woman’s Experience With Fraudulent Ticket Sales Gets The Attention Of The Iowa Attorney General
In an effort to protect Iowa consumers from the purchase of fake tickets to many events, Attorney General, Tom Miller, has used the story of a Carroll woman who found herself a victim of fraudulent sales practices.
An Iowa woman’s story will be heard by the Senate Finance Committee in Washington, D.C. today (Wednesday). Patricia Blank of Shell Rock will recount the story of her mother’s death from abuse and neglect at a nursing
Lifelong Bonds Made At Camp For Kids Affected By A Parent’s Cancer. Spots Are Still Open For This Free, Week-Long Experience
Through a personal experience with a family member about three years ago, University of Iowa student, Maddie Gulick, learned of a nationwide organization that brings together children whose parents have battled, or are battling, cancer. The seven