Last week, Carroll City Manager, Michel Pogge-Weaver, traveled to Omaha to meet with Amy Haas of RDG Planning and Design about the $30,000 Carroll County Housing Study, commissioned and paid for by the City of Carroll, Carroll
The City of Carroll is inviting the public to review plans for two upcoming construction projects at a forum tonight (Tuesday), beginning at 5:15 p.m. in the second-floor council chambers at City Hall. The first project will
Prospective Students Invited To Learn More About DMACC’s Biotechnology Department At Virtual Open House
Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) is using technology to open its doors to a greater number of visitors than ever before in a Virtual Open House for their Biotechnology program. The virtual event will take place
Some residents in Carroll had no water service for a short time Monday morning for city crews to replace a leaking valve in the system. Director of Public Works for Carroll, Randy Kraul, says these leaks occur
Keeping an accurate count of wildlife is important to keep our bird populations thriving, and the Sac County Conservation Board (SCCB) is asking for your help to obtain those numbers. On Monday, Dec. 19, the SCCB is
Sheriff Ken Pingrey addressed the Carroll County Board of Supervisors this morning (Monday) with an unusual request brought on by some unforeseen circumstances that occurred within his department this year. Pingrey said the 100 hours was for
This coming Thursday, Dec. 8, the Carroll Chamber of Commerce is bringing back a special seasonal event. Executive Director, Shannon Landauer, is inviting everyone to come to downtown Carroll to participate. They will also have crafts and
Cattle producers are invited to attend the Iowa Cattle Industry Leadership Summit and Political Action Committee (PAC) fundraiser being held on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 9 and 10 at the Hansen Agriculture Student Learning Center in Ames.
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is reminding hunters that waterfowl refuges remain closed to any access until the day after duck season ends; and this year, that season is closing later than in previous years.
U.S. Senator Joni Ernst received two letters last week addressing her request for an update on the ongoing investigations and inquiries into the deaths of Iowa veterans, Brandon Ketchum and Curtis Gearhart, after being turned away for