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  • Touched by an Angel
    If this year’s Nativity program at St. Mary Catholic Church in Willey seemed to have an extra-heavenly touch, Lori Schreck has a good explanation for that.
  • Ho, ho, ho, a big 4-oh-oh
    Santa, eat your heart out.
  • Students sing, snack with elderly
    Young and more experienced voices joined earlier this month when Manning-area students and families visited elderly residents of their city to share treats and sing Christmas carols.
  • Countywide reading initiative to focus on World War I
    It’s time to head to the library. This year’s “Everybody on the Same Page” program, being offered by the Carroll County Library Association to invite Carroll County residents to read and discuss the same books, is underway.
  • 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.

  • Daily joins Plains Area Mental Health
    Plains Area Mental Health Inc. executive director Patrick Schmitz announced that Stacie Daily, a licensed mental health counselor, has joined its group of professionals to provide services in the Carroll and Denison offices.
  • Stork leaves lasting impression on seventh-graders, New Hope
    Joleen Stork, Mrs. Stork, as her seventh-grade students called her, began teaching in the Carroll Community School District in 1987.
  • Carroll County ag land value drops 6.78% to $8,342
    Carroll County and the surrounding west-central Iowa region experienced decreases over the past year in the value of ag land greater than statewide average losses, according to a just-released Iowa State University report.
  • Development corporation offers lots for $2,500
    For those looking to build a home, Arcadia says it has a pretty good offer: A homey small town just 10 minutes from Carroll — and lots for just $2,500.
  • More acts announced for Toby Keith-led River Ruckus
    Additional acts have been unveiled for the 2017 Guthrie’s River Ruckus, a two-day music festival in Guthrie Center.
  • The merger between Family Resource Center and Mallard View, a residential care facility, has been completed after months of forced transition.
  • Whoa, Christmas tree!
    There’s a running bet at Downtown Lounge about the Christmas tree in the middle of Idaho Street.
  • 'It was so fast'
    A week ago, Harley Moore ran to the upstairs of his rural Rippey home to change out of his race car pajamas.
  • The popular current
    Click past the “Godfather” trilogy. Punch around “Rocky.” And, really, even though it is Christmas, do you really need the sugar-coated ingestion of “It’s A Wonderful Life” or “Love Actually” again?
  • Library, City Hall overhaul could cost $7M
    The newest potential cost of expanding Carroll’s library and City Hall: $7 million.
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