After Supreme Court nominee, Neil Gorsuch, made disapproving remarks about President Donald Trump’s comments on a federal appeals court deliberating his travel ban, Senator Chuck Grassley says it is a good indication Gorsuch is the right nominee.
Jennifer Dukes Lee, a former reporter with the Omaha World Herald and the Des Moines Register turned New York Times best-selling author, was born and raised in the very small town of Marathon in northwest Iowa.
Senator Chuck Grassley met with President Donald Trump’s Secretary of Agriculture nominee, former Gov. Sonny Perdue, and says they had a good discussion on agriculture and the industry as a whole. “It’s no secret that I like
Iowa Secretary of State, Paul Pate’s Election Integrity Act was introduced to the Iowa Legislature on Wednesday, and is now available for online viewing. House Study Bill 93 is a comprehensive package, which Pate says calls for
A Jefferson man who had a Carroll County arrest warrant for failure to appear on a narcotics charge was taken into custody yesterday (Wednesday). A Jefferson Police Officer spotted 39-year-old Jacob Arthur Ore walking in the 300
Public Measure S, the bond referendum for a $4.5 million tax levy to fund the $6.2 million stadium reconstruction project, passed in a landslide victory, and the Carroll Community School District (CCSD) Board of Directors is looking
A new award, the 2016 Young Professional of the Year, was presented at the Carroll Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet on Monday. Nominees needed to be under the age of 45 and a part of the Carroll
No injuries were reported in a two vehicle accident in Carroll on Saturday, Feb. 4. At approximately 9:22 p.m. a Carroll Police Unit, a 2017 Ford Explorer driven by 45-year-old Sandra Lynn March of Carroll, was traveling
The Carroll Police Department is investigating a group of tire slashings that occurred Sunday night into Monday morning around the Graham Park area. Chief of Police, Brad Burke, said there were 20 victims. Some cars had one
Just over 26 percent of the 10,152 registered voters in the Carroll Community School District submitted ballots in the special Public Measure S bond referendum vote on Tuesday night. And, slightly over 75 percent of those voters