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  • Ernst’s motorcycle ride revs up a Hubbell roast

    A thousand people, many of them arriving on motorcycles and most firmly in the Republican camp, enjoyed pulled pork sandwiches and plenty of water on a warm Saturday at the Central Iowa Expo in Boone.

  • Hubbell to Carroll: ‘You were my best county’

    Moments into his first post-primary campaign event Fred Hubbell celebrated the motivation behind his visit to the Swan Lake State Park Conservation Education Center.

  • A familiar face in a new chapter

    Welcome to the top, Nick.

  • Introducing the NBA’s newest head coach, Nick Nurse

    When news broke, his most important mentor was nowhere to be found.

    That’s because the great Wayne Chandlee was carving up the crisp waters of northern Canada on an annual fishing trip Tuesday, where cellphone service was nonexistent.

    Two days later as Nick Nurse was introduced as the next Toronto Raptors head coach, Chandlee still hadn’t spoken personally to his blossoming prodigy.

  • Monday’s grueling hills were nothing compared to the heartbreaking obstacles Derek has overcome. 

  • Cancelled council talk was about attorney’s memo

    A memo drafted by Carroll’s labor attorney concerning Police Chief Brad Burke was set to be discussed last week by the City Council, which cancelled its private talk when Burke and others protested the meeting because they thought he might be fired.

  • Moderates should fix Affordable Care Act

    The Republicans in Congress are apparently leaving behind the drive to repeal and peplace the Affordable Care Act. But don’t worry, members of the Democratic Party may, if they win majorities in both houses of government, try to do it for them.

  • Police chief was slow to address ‘problem officer’

    The first police officer Brad Burke hired after he was promoted to chief of the Carroll Police Department in 2015 was Jacob Smith, who, public records show, had been fired from his previous police job, in part, for engaging in a Facebook conversation with a 16-year-old girl while he was on duty.

  • Council calls off meeting on police chief’s job performance

    A closed City Council meeting scheduled Monday evening, evidently to privately discuss Carroll Police Chief Brad Burke’s job performance, was called off after Burke and members of the public showed up to protest what they described as unfair secrecy on the part of city officials.


    To wrap up his campaign before the June 5 primary, Fred Hubbell, a Democratic candidate for governor, embarked on a 14-day bus tour called “Fired up for Fred” Friday afternoon.

  • Judge dismisses former officer’s lawsuit against Daily Times Herald

    The Daily Times Herald’s account of what led a former Carroll police officer to resign under the threat of termination in July 2017 was accurate, a district judge ruled Monday when he dismissed the officer’s lawsuit against the newspaper and its reporter Jared Strong.

  • Democrats’ strongest candidate in Iowa’s 4th is J.D. Scholten

    The only way — based on hard math — for the 4th District congressional race to be anything other than the Steve King Bumper Crop Harvest Festival of Votes is for the Democrats to find a candidate who can appeal to Republicans and independents.

  • Fred Hubbell is Democratic Party’s best choice for governor

    Farmer and ag-businessman Tom Wind put something into words we’d been thinking in covering Fred Hubbell’s campaign for governor.

  • Hey, Sioux City Sue, you gonna vote big and blue?

    J.D. Scholten brought a little Bing Crosby and Gene Autry to his campaign for Congress in Iowa.

  • What’s David Yepsen thinking about Iowa these days?

    David Yepsen, widely regarded today as one of the more trusted voices in Iowa politics, spent the hot, humid Midwest summers growing up with his nose buried between the pages of books in the Jefferson Public Library.

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