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  • Packing history
    Julia Evans has held guns that were crafted before the United States was born.
  • Kuemper baseball's lasting legacy
    It seems that Michael Barta and the State baseball tournament have a knack for each other.
  • 60 Years of homes
    When prolific Carroll house-builder Roman Steffes moved into his first home, near Roselle, with his wife, Arlene, soon after they married in 1952, he made an interesting discovery.
  • State Character  Counts program honors Mary Baumhover

    Growing up in a home atmosphere of kindheartedness, Mary Baumhover has made community service and volunteerism for charities a central part of her life.

  • Mom's Home: Surprise reunion concludes kids’ stay in Carroll during parents’ deployment
    As her kids sat just feet away, playing and unaware, Elizabeth Hough stood hidden behind a door and held her breath.
  • A stellar history
    It is hard to believe that the Commercial Savings Bank has been a part of Carroll for 100 years. To tell the story of Commercial Savings Bank is to portray the story of the “Moehn Bank,” and the heart and soul of the bank — Ray Moehn. Along with his wife, Hazel, and sons, grandchildren and great-grandsons, Ray Moehn  established and continues a vital part of Carroll. Ray Moehn loved his town and provided trusted service for financial needs, along with a caring human element, through his bank.  You can feel the warmth of his character and personality as you read about his fair-minded attitude in his banking and his enthusiasm for community activities.
  • Family Resource Center’s new chief executive officer
    Many people join volunteer groups to give back to the community, if they fit into their schedules. For the new chief executive officer of Family Resource Center, he’s centered his life and career on giving to others in need.
  • Gudahl continues traditional of philanthropy and conservation
    Roughly 13,000 years ago, a giant frozen mass known as the Wisconsian Glacier carved its way through North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa, changing the landscapes of the states.
  • As disease takes its toll, family focuses on today

    Kelly Dirks can still walk to his wheelchair, for now.

  • Family struggles to come to terms with deadly diagnosis

    Thirteen-year-old Kylee Dirks kneels on the carpet next to her dad, Kelly Dirks, and grasps an oversized syringe.

  • Two of a kind
    To the Kuemper Catholic High School girls’ softball players, Head Coach Erin Bohlmann’s talk was almost an instant replay.
  • From Audubon to Ivy League
    Ever since she can remember, Katelyn Asmus loved to read. She spent her childhood in the small town of Audubon with her nose in chapter books always yearning to learn more.
  • Prostate cancer survivor shares importance of routine exams
    Darlo Austin and his wife of 40 years, Janet, have spent their entire married life in Sac City. In fact, the couple live just two blocks down from the house where Darlo grew up.
  • A voice in the box
    A typical day for Randy Nieland starts with a 5:30 a.m. workout at the Carroll Recreation Center.
  • ‘They don’t make coaches like that anymore’
    A husband, a father, a friend and teacher, Hall of Fame coach Don Oleson left a lasting mark in Carroll.
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