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  • Jefferson gets three hours of Fred

    One of the leading Democratic candidates for governor walked a Jefferson farm, talking environmental and economic challenges, before fielding questions in the old Milwaukee Depot before a crowd of nearly 60 people for much of midday Tuesday.

  • Picking a ‘toe-to-toe’ November fighter

    John Norris, a former chief of staff to Tom Vilsack, says it will take rural bona fides, a resume overflowing with for-the-farm battles and ag-boosting sweat equity — and generations-deep roots in the soil.

  • Ed Smith, Hubbell talk health care, rural job growth

    Fred Hubbell and Ed Smith ran through a generous reach of topics, from health care to economic development in rural regions of the state to innovative ideas for attracting and retaining young people in Iowa, during an hour-long meeting in Carroll Thursday.


    Fog rose from the ground and filled the air as confetti machines shot rainbow strings into the hair of children that danced to the beat of the band LMFAO’s “Party Rock Anthem.”

  • Making the ‘Miracle Season’ come to life, Part 1

    Some of them had to live through the heartbreak. Others helped make the dream come to life.


    It was a year ago in May when a 19-year-old Carroll man — whose parents are Sudanese — was shot dead in the parking lot of a Des Moines church.


    There’s a man in Carroll who last saw his mother and brother and his war-torn country 20 years ago. All he has left of them is a family photo.

  • Cut the Net, and bet in Jefferson

    Wild Rose Jefferson posted a record month, week and day in March, casino President and Chief Operating Officer Tom Timmons reported at the Grow Greene County Gaming Corp. awards banquet last week.

  • Whiskey Rich is alive, but sober

    It was a mid-February morning and Rich Eggers was in the shower when something twisted in his chest.

  • Legal sports betting would boost rural Iowa, Wild Rose says

    The way State Rep. Brian Best, a Glidden Republican, sees it, sports betting — wagers on the Minnesota Vikings or an Iowa-Iowa State game or any number of big-time college and professional contests — are taking place right now online or in the shadows with old-school oddsmakers in Iowa.

  • Ag candidate Lang: Double Iowa beef, grow small grains

    A fifth-generation farmer from Brooklyn, Iowa and former president of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation wants to spark growth in small grains, dramatically expand cover crops and grow the beef industry in the Hawkeye State.

  • Man arrested for 5 window BB shootings

    A 23-year-old Carroll man was arrested Tuesday for a string of vehicle and business window shootings in February and March that caused thousands of dollars worth of damage.

  • Hubbell: Move many state jobs out of Des Moines to rural Iowa

    Fred Hubbell says he’s serious about rural Iowa economic development.


    Some of the nation’s top renewable-fuels and corn and soybean advocates, backed by hundreds of farmers and ag businesspeople, rallied outside of Nevada, Iowa, Saturday afternoon to protect the Renewable Fuel Standard from what crucial players in the Hawkeye State’s key commodity markets see as a mortal threat from Republican U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of oil-rich Texas.

  • Serial abuser arrested for kidnap, rape of woman

    A former martial arts instructor who has been accused by multiple women of being abusive and controlling in the past several years was arrested Thursday for choking a woman unconscious, slapping her awake and raping her in a secluded neighborhood of Lake Panorama.

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