This week, Senator Charles Grassley of Iowa, Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota and 17 other senators drafted a letter urging the Environmental Protection Agency to set high blending targets under the Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS) for 2017.
The latest Farm Futures survey is predicting more corn and less soybeans for 2016. Results are indicating that margins full of red ink are causing producers to take a look at their options, one of which may
April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month, and the Iowa chapter of the American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA) in partnership with the Carroll Area Parkinson Disease Support Group are inviting the Carroll area to recognize and increase awareness of
At their monthly meeting on Thursday night the Carroll Community School Board approved the district’s certified budget for 2017, which covers the 2016-2017 school year, while earlier in the day the Iowa Legislature ratified state spending for
Deputy Andrew Smaldone is looking well into the future as he begins his career with the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office. Follow this link to read more.
Director of Public Works, Randy Krauel, reported that an incident earlier this morning has had an impact on Carroll’s water. The discharge has resulted in a discoloration of the water supply. Krauel said he wants to assure
Photo: Teddy Perkins says he is learning to help others while packaging meals at the Kuemper Then Feed Just One food packaging event Wednesday. Since 2008, the Wednesday of Holy Week has been designated as a food
Parts of Highway 30 on the west side of Carroll were closed down on Tuesday afternoon following an accident which took place at the intersection of Le Clark Road and Hwy 30. The incident occurred in front
Carroll County Sheriff, Ken Pingrey, reports that an ongoing investigation into regional drug activity led law enforcement officials to 40-year-old Branden Gerrick Smith of Jefferson. Smith is banned from being in possession of a weapon for domestic abuse
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources has reported a fisherman died Tuesday evening after falling from his boat on the Cedar River near Charles City. The small boat was anchored just above the low-head dam at approximately