The Kuemper Catholic School System continues the process of investigating the option of the possibility of a single campus. President, John Steffes, says that they have now formed subcommittees. The creation of six subcommittees was not just
The new Carroll campaign, #ChooseCarroll, has gotten a very positive response from chamber members. Last week, the Carroll Chamber of Commerce took it to the next phase, introducing a Facebook weekly promotion. Each week, they will post
There has been great news come in for Kellan’s Kingdom, Carroll’s first playground that will feature equipment for all children, including items for those with physical and developmental disabilities. City Manager, Mike Pogge-Weaver, says they applied for
National Apprenticeship Week starts Monday, Nov. 13, and a regional organization is planning an informational session to help attendees learn new ways potential candidates can be matched with businesses looking for quality employees. On Friday, Nov. 17,
After an investigation by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR), an Arizona man has been charged with deer poaching in Iowa. Thirty-one-year-old Nicholas W. Slater of Glendale, Ariz. is charged with seven different infractions from an
A jury trial for a Carroll couple accused of multiple drug violations has been scheduled for early next. The trial will take place in Iowa’s Second Judicial District on Jan. 9, 2018 at the Carroll County Courthouse.
A court date for a Lanesboro man accused of multiple felony drug violation has been schedule for early next year in Iowa’s Second Judicial District. Twenty-eight-year-old Cody Lee Sellman will appear before a jury on Jan. 9,
A Glidden native was the man killed by his daughter’s boyfriend Sunday in Pleasant Hill. Forty-six-year-old Timothy Sean Neal was pronounced dead at Iowa Lutheran Hospital Sunday morning after an altercation with 26-year-old Ricky St. John. Authorities
New Water Wells To Go Online And Policy For Carroll PD’s Newest Officer On Agenda For Council Monday
The Carroll City Council will be holding their next regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, Nov. 13, but will start at a different location than normal for the second time in two months. The council will be convening
A Carroll man was taken into custody by Jefferson Police on an outstanding warrant Thursday. At approximately 4:57 p.m., officers arrested 39-year-old Eugene Ingram in the 500 block of Stanford Street on a warrant from Webster County.