A settlement has been reached between the state and a Nashua investment adviser, accused of illegally selling advice to veterans. Iowa Attorney General, Tom Miller, announced late last week that this case, which spurred the passing of
The Carroll Community School District (CCSD) Board of Education will begin discussions on selecting an interim superintendent at their meeting on Monday. The district has been without a lead administrator since Feb. 7, when Dr. Kevin Lein
A Carroll man has been sentenced to up to three years in prison on drug charges after reaching a plea agreement with prosecutors. According to Carroll County District Court records, 46-year-old Marcelino Del Angel submitted his guilty
Plea deals filled headlines last week as prosecutors secured guilty pleas from more than a half-dozen individuals.
Western Iowa Advantage has announced the guest speaker for their March annual banquet. Founder and principal of EsseX Capital, LLC, Justin D. Erickson, will be sharing his expertise in economic development and site selection. EsseX and Erickson
Students in grades seven through 11 can enter to win $1,000 to help boost their college savings in the 13th annual Money Smart Kid Essay Contest. Sponsored by the Iowa Bankers Association, eligible students can enter by
The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship is now accepting applications for grant funding through the Specialty Crop Block Grant program. These grants are available for projects that enhance the competitiveness of specialty crops in Iowa.
The finished product of what will be the new Carroll City Hall is taking shape as drywall goes up and a structurally necessary shoring up took place during this past week. City Manager, Mike Pogge-Weaver, led a
Photo: Taylor Pudenz (Carrol), Ty Lauristsen (Exira), and Rep. Brian Best (Glidden) Iowa House District 12 Representative, Brian Best, welcomed members of the Young Cattlemen’s Leadership Program to the capitol recently. Representatives from Carroll and Exira were discussing issues