A 38-year-old Carroll man was arrested after allegedly selling stolen goods to another resident. The Carroll Police Department reports that Joshua Merle Stout was taken into custody on Thursday and charged with fourth-degree theft, a serious misdemeanor.
Officials announced today (Thursday) they have confirmed the second reported case of measles in the state. According to the Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH), the State Hygienic Laboratory at the University of Iowa confirmed the virus
Pictured (L-R): Marty Fonley, Dr. Casey Berlau and Alan Miller An announcement regarding the selection of the next Carroll Community School District (CCSD) superintendent is expected sometime late tonight (Thursday) or early tomorrow (Friday). The board of
U.S. Senator, Chuck Grassley, hosted a town hall meeting at New Hope Village in Carroll Wednesday afternoon as part of his longstanding effort to visit all 99 Iowa counties every year. Following a brief introduction, he opened
Carroll Firefighters Thank The Public For Supporting Fundraiser That Raised Funds For New Bunker Gear
Members of the Carroll Volunteer Fire Department put together a wish list several years ago. Chief, Greg Schreck, says they have been using funds raised at their annual Firemen’s Ball to help tick off items ever since.
A six-year-old student was fortunate to sustain only minor injuries after falling out of a moving school bus on Wednesday afternoon. The Storm Lake Police Department was called to the scene at approximately 12:39 p.m., arriving to
Local distiller, Templeton Rye, has been gathering up accolades this spring, winning two gold medals along with an outstanding rating. Earlier this week, an announcement was made that two batches, Templeton Rye 4 Year and Templeton Rye
Iowa Secretary Of Ag And Head Of Renewable Fuels Association Say Refinery Waivers Are Undermining The Renewable Fuel Standard
On Wednesday afternoon, Iowa Secretary of Agriculture, Mike Naig, and the Executive Director of the Iowa Renewable Fuels Association, Monte Shaw, held a press conference in Council Bluffs, urging the federal government to address small refinery waivers.
A Carroll man has been arrested after being found slumped over the wheel of his car at one of the town’s busiest intersections. The Carroll Police Department reports they responded to the intersection of Highways 71 and
Presidential Candidate, Cory Booker, Offers His Views On Healthcare And Border Security During Campaign Stop In Carroll
New Jersey Senator, Cory Booker, is one of nearly 20 Democrats vying for the party’s presidential nomination and made a campaign stop in Carroll Tuesday afternoon during his “Justice for All” tour. While in town, Booker laid