Elementary students from IKM-Manning have received recognition for their beef marketing strategies. The Iowa Agriculture Literacy Foundation announced the winners in the experiential learning High Steaks! Beef Marketing contest for elementary, middle and high school students. Two
Carroll County Relay for Life teams are getting their first glance at how fundraising efforts are coming along with April’s Bank Night next week. On Tuesday, April 10, teams can drop off their deposits from 4:30 p.m.
The Carroll Community School District (CCSD) has announced the finalists in their search for a new Activities Director. The pool of 24 candidates was narrowed down to three and includes Todd Gordon, Randy Bissen and Andrew Mitchell.
A lawsuit filed Friday in Carroll County District Court by the husband of a woman killed in a fatal car accident claims a Carroll restaurant is liable for her death. The petition, brought by Billy Gene Carrick,
Though there is not a lot of official business on the agenda for the next Carroll City Council meeting, City Manager, Mike Pogge-Weaver says a workshop on council procedures at the end of the meeting will probably
U.S. Senator, Chuck Grassley, who has also been a life-long farmer and who sits on the Senate Agriculture Committee, commented yesterday (Wednesday) on the second wave of tariff’s, that now includes both pork and soybeans. “We need
A Lidderdale man has been arrested after allegedly placing a hidden camera in the Ankeny home of a female friend. Fifty-three-year-old Brian Hoffman is being held in the Polk County jail on three charges of sexual exploitation
Pictured (L-R): DNR Deputy Director, Bruce Trautman; Glidden Deputy City Clerk, Jessica Bruns; and State Forester, Jeff Goerndt The City of Glidden was recently honored by being awarded with the 2017 Tree City USA Growth Award. The
Arraignment Scheduled April 12 For Glidden-Ralston School Employee Accused Of Sexual Misconduct With Student
Formal charges have been filed against a former Glidden-Ralston school employee accused of having sexual contact with a student. On Tuesday, a Carroll County District Court judge reviewed the trial information and evidence against 28-year-old Evan Michael
Iowa’s Attorney General, Tom Miller, has joined 18 other attorneys general, six cities and the bipartisan U.S. Conference of Mayors in a lawsuit challenging the Trump administration’s demand for citizenship information in the 2020 decennial Census. These