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More than 300 people turned out Wednesday to help Waspy’s celebrate the officials opening of its truck stop and cafe complex in Templeton.
More than 300 people turned out Wednesday to help Waspy’s celebrate the officials opening of its truck stop and cafe complex in Templeton.
  • DRYING OUT DOWNTOWN

    Workers loaded two enormous dehumidifiers onto a trailer Thursday morning, capping a three-day effort to dry the carpet of JCPenney after it was inundated with water from a nearby water main break on North Main Street.

  • ICA holds annual Carroll feedlot forum

    Local farmers and meat producers gathered this week at the Carrollton Centre to learn more about the agriculture economy and new ideas that might benefit their own farms.

  • 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.

  • Deadline approaches for annual Hoop It Up

    An annual youth basketball tournament that draws players and spectators from across the state will be held the last weekend of February, and the deadline to enter is less than a month away.

  • BBQ ON THE GO
    Smoke simmered from the oven as Eric White tried to barbecue enough St. Louis-style ribs to keep the growing line of customers content.
  • 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.

  • Carroll Brewing Company eyes imminent opening

    Carroll’s new brewing company is just a few hops away from brewing and serving local craft beer.

  • Carroll County posted a 2-percent unemployment rate for November as the state’s jobless figure dipped below 3 percent for the first time in 17 years.
  • Greene County ‘desperate’ for workers, housing at 1.8% unemployment

    Greene County posted a 1.8 percent unemployment rate for the month of October, a jobless figure economic development leaders term “silly” and “desperate” as they fight to bring workforce housing and engage an overarching strategy to lure and keep more human beings in a rural sweep of Iowa as suburbs sprawl with millenial-minded amenities less than an hour away in neighboring Dallas County.

  • Ray’s Refuse switches to automated trash service

    Ray’s Refuse, which serves a good portion of Carroll, will transition to automated trash service for residential customers next week.

  • Carroll County posted a 1.9 percent unemployment rate for the month of October.

  • New eatery opens in Lanesboro

    It was about noon on Tuesday when a handful of pickup trucks with men in orange vests rolled into town and parked at Daisy’s Cafe.

  • Get it to fit and last

    So your husband is, well, a bit wrinkled in presentation.

    And your son. Untucked and slouched.

    The ghosts of Christmas past would be embarrassed of this look.

  • Beardmore family eyes 100th anniversary in car business

    The longtime program chairman of the Carroll Rotary Club had some news of his own for that local organization this week, a big milestone.

  • Halbur businesses ready to host open house

    Kim Riesselman has the opportunity to see the vitality of the Halbur business community from several different vantage points: business owner, longtime resident and City Council member.

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