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  • Want ‘local control?’ Trust Democrats, Boulton says

    Steve Brannan, a retired John Deere employee living in Panora, said he sees parallels between State Sen. Nate Boulton and Tom Vilsack.

  • Soured on Sixteen?

    The question of age of consent has gained growing national attention in recent weeks as sexual harassment and assault accusations — some of them decades old — emerge against high-profile and powerful men in politics and entertainment.

  • A point and twist on sexual misconduct?

    Dr. Andy McGuire of Des Moines, an Iowa Democrat running for governor in 2018, is quick to believe the women who have accused Alabama U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual harassment and assault in the 1970s.

  • ‘Loyal’ Carroll an easy expansion call, Bomgaars CEO says

    Spanning a large swath of the Great Plains and the Northwest the family-owned Bomgaars chain is four times larger than it was when the farm-and-home supply store started selling everything from shovels to shirts in Carroll 15 years ago.

  • Fred Hubbell: Iowans will vote to end mental-health crisis

    Fred Hubbell is elevating embattled and depleted mental-health services — particularly in rural Iowa — to unprecedented visibility in a statewide campaign, making it a top-tier message in his bid for governor of Iowa.

  • Carroll High’s ‘9 to 5’ smashes misogyny, musical style

    He peeks under his secretary’s skirt — after begging her to sleep with him.

    He makes cruel jokes about divorced women while they’re still in the room.

    He calls his female employees his “girls.”

  • Tiptoe? Nah, stomp through those tulips, Jefferson

    Ken Paxton, one of Iowa’s more intrepid economic-development advocates, lays out his goal for Jefferson in no-holds-barred terms.

  • Peace Lutheran Church: Fish is served

    When I first moved to Carroll, I cruised along the simple streets looking for some form of salvation. Maybe some nice restaurants, bars and local shopping?

  • Speaker: Human trafficking is real, and it’s here

    She felt the vibration as her phone buzzed in her pocket. It was time to go.

  • Can a Big Union voice sell in rural Iowa?

    There are two ways of looking at Democratic candidate for governor Nate Boulton’s strong ties to unions — from a rural Iowa voting point of view.

  • MSNBC anchor Velshi urges Iowa State students to change the world

    MSNBC anchor and business correspondent Ali Velshi was in London in June during the prospective withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union.

  • We will never stop fighting to protect the RFS and Iowa

    Recently, the Quad City Times’ editorial board wrote a misguided editorial — which was republished in The Carroll Daily Times Herald. We felt it was important to set the record straight as well as stand up for the majority of Iowans who voted in the last election whose judgment was mocked in the piece.

  • Boots and blue-jeaned into oblivion

    I invite you take a Sunday drive through the Des Moines suburb of Grimes, which is snaking east with housing subdivisions and schools and mad-confusing roundabouts. Grimes is grinding up land like a gold-rush town. Better yet, hit the construction on Highway 141 around 5:10 p.m. on a Friday. Make sure you have patience and enough gas.

  • Cuts to RFS would have deep impact on rural America
    Iowans should know that the Trump administration is sharpening the knife, preparing to gut renewable fuels in America. This should be a serious concern to all of us.
  • Grassley to Twittering Trump: ‘Cool it!’
    Sen. Charles Grassley, Iowa’s senior senator, has some advice for President Trump and Sen. Bob Corker, two Republicans who have been engaged in something of a Twit for tat.
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