Carroll County Archives

City To Move Forward With CSB Building Gift

At the Carroll City Council meeting Monday night, the council approved moving forward in partnership with Commercial Savings Bank on their donation of the Adams Street building. The bank made the nearly million dollar offer as a

Cafe St. Anthony celebrates grand opening Tuesday

Tomorrow an all-new cafeteria space debuts at St. Anthony Regional Hospital and Nursing Home. The cafeteria, now known as Café St. Anthony, will continue to serve around 350 people every day with expanding food options which include self-serve

King Supports Cruz And RFS

Congressman Steve King has endorsed Texas Senator Ted Cruz for the GOP Presidential nomination, causing many to ask Iowa’s fourth-district representative about his commitment to the Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS). The RFS was adopted by Congress in

ISA Funding Over $2 Million For Research At ISU

Photo: Danny Singh, Monsanto Chair in Soybean Breeding and the principal investigator on one of the new projects funded by the Iowa Soybean Association The Iowa Soybean Association is funding over $2 million of research at Iowa State University to

Severe Weather Awareness Week Starts March 21

Governor Terry Branstad has proclaimed that March 21 through March 25 will be Severe Weather Awareness week in Iowa. The Iowa Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, the National Weather Service and Iowa’s local emergency managers