The year comes to a close and Assistant News Director, Nathan Konz, looks back at the year with his top stories. 10. The Carroll Community School District showed their commitment to students with their purchase of 700
An official agreement between Dr. Steve Kraus and his company, DMBA Properties and Consulting, Inc., was unanimously approved by the Carroll City Council at Tuesday night’s meeting. Kraus approached the city in October seeking Tax Increment Financing
Two individuals being sought by authorities earlier today (Thursday) have been arrested. Tyson Ruth and Joey Godwin, both 36-years-old, were wanted for probation revocation and were suspects in a series of burglaries in Greene, Carroll and Dallas
10. One of the most bizarre trends that started late in 2016 hit a little too close to home for me and landed at number 10 on my list. Even as a long-time Stephen King fan,
The Jefferson Police Department is asking for the public’s help with locating two individuals wanted for probation revocation. Tyson Ruth and Joey Godwin, both 36-years-old, are suspects in a series of burglary cases in Greene, Carroll and
Three teenagers escaped injury after a single-vehicle accident on Monday, Dec. 26. At approximately 8:44 p.m., a Carroll County deputy responded to the scene of the accident about one-half mile east of Delta Avenue on 180th Street.
The Carroll County Treasurer’s Office will cease providing passport services to area residents beginning Dec. 31. Passport regulations prevent a single office from issuing passports at the same time they offer driver’s licenses and state-issued identification. The
Carroll Councilman, Brandon Vonnahme, resigned his seat on the council earlier this month on Dec. 15, and the remaining council members have chosen to appoint a replacement rather than hold a special election. The appointed person would
At Tuesday night’s Carroll City Council Meeting, the council chose the preferred option between two proposed plans from OPN Architects for the library/city hall project. City Manager, Michael Pogge-Weaver, gave a brief overview of each option available.
The Carroll County Board of Supervisors is seeking to cut their lighting bills by a significant margin by changing the way the courthouse gets its light. They received a presentation and bid from Yellowblue Ecotech during Tuesday