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  • HER STARTING ROLE

    When Bella Badding was in second grade, she went to a friend’s birthday party at Serendipity Acting Studio in Carroll.

    She played a game similar to Charades and was instantly mesmerized.

    She loved acting, performing and being in the spotlight.

  • DIGGING FOR DINOSAURS

    When we arrived at Whiterock Conservancy Sept. 15 for a hot day of archaeological digging, it was difficult for us to leave our air-conditioned car.

    We aren’t archaeologists, so we weren’t sure what to expect. Dinosaur bones?

  • 2 IOWANS, 3 DAYS, 1 CITY

    It was our first time traveling not only on a tiny 10-person airplane but also with each other, so anything could happen.

  • The story of a Carroll family and their girl’s rare disease, part 2

    One hot, Iowa summer not long ago, when Hailey Satterwhite was 8 years old, she rode her bicycle on the Sauk Rail Trail with her dad, Chris.

  • The story of a Carroll family and their girl’s rare disease, part 1

    The morning sun had not yet crept through the blinds when Jannelle and Chris Satterwhite sat together at the side of their daughter Hailey’s hospital bed.

  • A child of their own

    Jacob Rosales lay in an orange-and-white jumpsuit in the Carroll jail last summer and worried about what Jim would do.

  • Our summer intern says don’t count out community journalism internships

    Just like the majority of people that look for internships, I immediately started applying to organizations like the Star Tribune, Dallas Morning News, San Francisco Chronicle and Seattle Times. The bigger the organization, the better. Or so I’d thought.

  • Farmers turn to utility vehicles for efficiency

    Gary Vetter estimates that the utility vehicles he and his son use to traverse their farm of crops and cattle save them between one and two hours of travel time each day.

  • AN OLYMPIC JOURNEY

    Helen Quinn settled herself in front of the TV — it was time, once again, for the Olympic Games.

  • Fiscus, McKinsey introduce 2nd project

    Carroll’s senior citizens have stories to share.

  • What’s David Yepsen thinking about Iowa these days?

    David Yepsen, widely regarded today as one of the more trusted voices in Iowa politics, spent the hot, humid Midwest summers growing up with his nose buried between the pages of books in the Jefferson Public Library.

  • Photo project tells local sexual assault survivors’ stories

    In the Carroll area, there’s a 13-year-old girl who flinches at her classmates’ rape jokes because they remind her of being sexually abused when she was young.

  • FINDING THEIR WAY

    It was a year ago in May when a 19-year-old Carroll man — whose parents are Sudanese — was shot dead in the parking lot of a Des Moines church.

  • FINDING THEIR WAY

    There’s a man in Carroll who last saw his mother and brother and his war-torn country 20 years ago. All he has left of them is a family photo.

  • 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.

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