The Carroll County Board of Supervisors received and reviewed the audit for Fiscal Year 2016 at their regular meeting. There was only one area that supervisors questioned, as Neil Bock says the recommendation for the Special Revenue
The City of Carroll recently requested bids for the completion of phase eight of the Streetscape project that will see work done on West, Fifth and Main Streets as well as the northeast access road and the
Two free, online webinars on sales and use tax are available for Iowa businesses in June and July. The first part, Iowa Sales/Use Tax Basics, will be held Wednesday, June 21, while part two will be held
A Ralston woman was arrested last weekend after an investigation by the Audubon County Sheriff’s Office on theft charges. According to Sheriff Todd Johnson, 25-year-old Rachel Elaine Hill was taken into custody at approximately 9:30 a.m. Saturday morning.
A Carroll man reports that an object from another vehicle was responsible for a single-vehicle accident on Friday evening. The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office responded to the call at approximately 11:30 p.m. to learn that 25-year-old Alex
A Carroll woman was uninjured in a rollover accident Thursday afternoon. At approximately 3:19 p.m. 18-year-old Mikayla Marie Ankenbauer was traveling westbound on 290th Street south of Carroll in a 2003 Buick Rendezvous. She told a deputy
Thirteen area business and civic leaders traveled to Washington, D.C. recently on the annual Access Washington trip. Organized by the Carroll Area Development Corporation (CADC), Executive Director, Shannon Landauer, says it was a very busy few days.
Area law enforcement agencies are warning of a new scam where the caller is claiming to be a Verizon Wireless representative. A recent report says the person receiving the call was advised their cell service would be
New Hope Village will be hosting two fundraisers in July, giving everyone in the area an opportunity to have some fun for a good cause. For golf lovers out there, the 25th annual New Hope Golf Classic
The Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) Continuing Education Department for the first time will be hosting a brain injury symposium titled, “Shining Light on Concussions” in July. Brain injuries, particularly concussions, have come into the spotlight