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  • The Carroll County Treasurer’s Office Monday will begin issuing driver’s licenses and state IDs five days a week.
  • A ‘serendipitous’ return home
    As a kid, Rachel Van Erdewyk would walk six blocks to the Carroll Public Library, check out Nancy Drew books and read them all afternoon. She checked out books at school as a student at Adams Elementary School, too, dropping them off in an orange metal book return when she was finished. As an adult, she hasn’t forgotten those experiences.
  • Your library vote: Aug. 1
    The Carroll City Council moved forward with the city’s library/City Hall project Monday, voting unanimously for an Aug. 1 referendum that, if passed, would greenlight a project discussed in Carroll for more than a decade.
  • Farner-Bocken sold for $190 million
    A publicly traded distribution company based in San Francisco with a sweeping North American reach has purchased Farner-Bocken, an anchor of Carroll’s commercial corridor with local family-owned roots tracing back to 1939.
  • Farm boy goes international, comes home to Midwest
    Last summer, while looking for jobs online, Dan Gudahl discovered Whiterock Conservancy was looking for a new executive director.
  • Carroll alumna hired as library director
    Carroll’s new library director is no stranger to the city — or its library.
  • Kuemper grad nears $4K goal for sick kids
    Dani Schultes will dance, dance, dance with more than 1,000 others early next month to raise money for children with life-threatening illnesses.
  • Holy bore!
    Workers bore and jack a 74-inch casing pipe through the railroad north of Third and Maple streets.
  • Trustees make offer on library director position
    Carroll’s library director position could be filled by the end of the week.
  • ‘It doesn’t seem real’
    There’s a weird kind of deer that roams the southeast side of Swan Lake State Park in the afternoons.

    She looks like she just walked through a blizzard or that someone dumped a white can of paint on her.
  • Lots available in Manning ‘for cheap’
    Manning is offering a new incentive for anyone looking to build a house who chooses to do so there.
  • High-school jazz band narrowly misses top rating at contest
    With several brand-new members joining the IKM-Manning jazz band just days before its members competed in a contest in Denison, band director Don Struve knew a top rating was unlikely.
  • Greene County taking 360-degree look at self
    A water park modeled after Storm Lake’s King’s Pointe, youth sports complex, more housing and continued downtown development.
  • The ‘Ick’ Factor
    Sac County Naturalist Megan Cook’s tasting menu for a brave audience in Sac City last week was not the norm — not in western Iowa, or in most of the United States, at least.
  • Wild Rose Casino & Resort is turning up the heat on summer fun with KC and the Sunshine Band.
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