The Carroll Chamber of Commerce Community Service Awards and Business Appreciation Awards are still a few months away, but it is time to start thinking about who will be nominated to receive these accolades. Businesses can be
Iowa State University of Agriculture and Life Sciences with the Iowa State University Alumni Association presented awards at the annual Honors and Awards Ceremony on Friday. Cindie Luhman, of Webster Groves, Mo. received the Floyd Andre Award
A local girl has been selected to serve as a page in the upcoming legislative session in the Iowa Senate. Brianna Goebel, a Coon Rapids native, will assist Iowa senators during the 2017 legislative session. Goebel has
Gene Meiners, the District Three Democratic candidate for supervisor, has served in public office for 45 years with 16 of those years on the Carroll County Board of Supervisors. This marks his fifth election for the position.
The Carroll Area Development Corporation (CADC) celebrated manufacturing on Friday during a manufacturing lunch meeting. Two guest speakers attended to educate local businesses and community leaders on the status of the industry in Carroll County. Kelly Swenson,
The students at Carroll Middle School believed it was just going to be a routine assembly this morning (Friday). That is, until they entered the gym and saw quite a few business people and television cameras set
Republican candidate for the District Five Carroll County Supervisor’s seat, Richard Ruggles, defeated fellow Republican, Tony Konkler, in the June Primary election to get his name included on the ballot for the general election Tuesday, Nov. 8.
Brianna Goebel is a senior home-school student from Coon Rapids and has been selected to take part in the 2017 Iowa State Legislative Session. Goebel was selected out of a host juniors and seniors from across the
Two area organizations will be hosting their annual soup days next week. The 35th Annual New Hope Soup Day will be held at the First United Methodist Church in Carroll from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on
Three area communities are among the 21 that will be receiving low-cost water quality loans through the State Revolving Fund. The Iowa Finance Authority and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources has announced the distribution of more