Western Iowa Networks (WIN) has announced that as of Friday, Nov. 1, they have taken over operations of Arcadia Telephone and Monarc Technologies of Denison. Although Arcadia customers will not see any immediate changes, WIN has plans
The Carroll Chamber of Commerce held an election for 2020 board members in October and have now released the results. Those elected include: Steve (Hans) Auen with Auen Distributing; Beth Glynn with Mrs. Glynn and Co.; Dr.
The planning and preparation took several months, but once he got the green light and got to work, it only took Carroll Eagle Scout, Clay Daisy, about seven days to get the hard labor completed on his
Closed Session Farmland Sale Discussion And Communication Tower Request On Agenda Monday For Carroll Supervisors
At last Monday’s Carroll County Board of Supervisors meeting, it was decided that future conversations about the prospect of selling the estimated 111-acre county-owned farmland on north Mahogany Avenue will be held in closed sessions. This is
The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) has recognized eight local communities for their longstanding dedication to maintaining appropriate fluoride levels in their water supplies. Audubon, Carroll, Denison, Glidden, Guthrie County, Jefferson, Manilla and Manning were all
Kuemper Catholic High School (KHS) theater students are tasked with portraying the story of one of Britain’s most beloved folk heroes, Robin Hood, in their upcoming fall play. Robin Hood and His Merry Men is set in
Photo (l to r): Trish Roberts, Development Director of St. Anthony Foundation, Larry Sporrer, President of the Templeton Telephone Board of Directors, Pat Snyder, General Manager for Templeton Telephone and Ed Smith, St. Anthony President and CEO
No injuries and no citations were issued in a two-vehicle accident in Carroll Thursday morning. The Carroll Police Department reports they were called to the scene on U.S. Highway 30 and Main Street at approximately 11:26 a.m.
The Carroll City Council has approved the purchase of two lots that make up the former Commercial Savings Bank motor banking site at 624 Carroll Street. The city had been given the first right of refusal on
Iowa Gov., Kim Reynolds, has signed a proclamation aimed at making propane delivery more timely in rural areas. Thursday’s proclamation temporarily suspends certain regulatory provisions pertaining to hours of service. Earlier than normal winter weather conditions, a