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  • A boy named Geert
    Steve King was hanging in Twitterland with a Boy Named Geert over the weekend when the Kiron philosopher clued us that you can’t defend your culture using somebody else’s babies.
  • On the small screen, surprising flashes of feminism
    I walked into the grocery store the other day to buy flavored creamer that foams up and makes your coffee into a homemade latte.
  • Iowans swallow fear, munch on insects, worms

    Tastes like a cheese puff.

    Looks like a cheese puff?

    Kinda.

    Has legs.

    Definitely not a cheese puff.

  • Go forth, Judge Gorsuch
    When President Trump announced that Judge Neil McGill Gorsuch was his nominee for the United States Supreme Court, there was an immediate cascade of loud cheers from his friends and supporters in the East Room of the White House, matched by an equally loud din from his critics. And so it goes in the current political climate.
  • King’s remarks crank fund-raising spigot for likely foe
    Kim Weaver strongly contests U.S. Rep. Steve King’s observations on ethnicity in America.
  • Life transforms after Carroll woman reunites with birth family

    Parked outside a small blue house in a village in Vietnam about a year ago, Jenna Lambertz wrestled with a sense of unreality.

    How had she gotten here?

  • Vietnamese roots lead Carroll native on unexpected course

    When Jenna Lambertz scribbled drawings of her family as a young girl, she’d use the peach crayon for her mom. Her dad. Her brother.

    Then she’d reach for the brown crayon to draw herself.

  • Let’s talk about women
    Kellyanne Conway was on our radar this week, again.
  • An ode to a CHS teaching legend
    Ted Edwards found humor in most everything, even his own funeral. Roughly 25 years ago I vividly remember sitting in his classroom laughing hysterically with my classmates as he detailed his end-of-life plans.
  • Author: ‘Dare for a little more happiness’
    About a year ago, Jennifer Dukes Lee stepped into a lobby at the Mayo Clinic.
  • New state chair: Democrats on all-Iowa connection mission
    The key to resurrecting the Democratic Party in Iowa in the wake of two devastating campaign cycles in which presumed favorites Bruce Braley and Hillary Clinton fell on the swords of their own poor messaging is greater connectivity with voters on the basics — the economy and historically popular programs ingrained into daily life, says new Iowa Democratic Party Chairman Derek Eadon.
  • It's Good!
    As they made last-minute calls to potential voters on Monday, Carroll Stadium Committee members were cautiously optimistic about Tuesday’s levy referendum.
  • C.J.
    Moments after earning the City of Carroll’s top honor, C.J. Niles, one of the more highly visible advocates for the region for a generation, scanned the Carrollton Centre’s banquet hall.
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