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Scott Heider said his father Charles, a late Carroll native, had a strong faith that motivated his many charitable endeavors. Scott Heider is continuing that family tradition. He is pictured here in his Omaha, Nebraska offices during a meeting with the Daily Times Herald.
Scott Heider said his father Charles, a late Carroll native, had a strong faith that motivated his many charitable endeavors. Scott Heider is continuing that family tradition. He is pictured here in his Omaha, Nebraska offices during a meeting with the Daily Times Herald.
  • St. John to hold 125-year celebration Sunday
    A 1963 wedding photo taken at St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church of JoAnn and Ron Richardson has a white altar and a painting of Jesus behind the 18-year-old newlyweds.
  • Denison Tri Cities BBQ set for weekend
    The City of Denison has a message for the region: Don’t miss an amazing celebration of eats, meats — and beer and bands.
  • Family Resource Center plans 12th annual Fall Affair
    Family Resource Center (FRC) in Carroll is planning its 12th annual Fall Affair, to be held on Thursday, Nov. 2, from 6 to 10 p.m.  Graphic Edge in Carroll will host the event at the old Heider Building, located at 202 W. 3rd St.
  • The Carroll Chamber of Commerce will celebrate the 60th anniversary Carroll Band Day Parade on Saturday, Sept. 30.  This year’s entries include 16 bands and over 60 parade participants. The parade will begin at 10:30 a.m. and start on the corner of 9th and Adams streets, proceed south to 7th Street, east to Clark Street, north to 9th Street, and east through Graham Park where the judging will take place. The parade will end at Carroll Athletic Field stadium.

  • Jefferson Morley, former Washington Post reporter and author of two revelatory books on the CIA, will be in Des Moines this weekend to take his listeners on an illustrated, insider’s tour of the Central Intelligence Agency to explore the reality behind the mythical spy service celebrated in Hollywood movies, the “Homeland” TV series, and countless conspiracy theories.
  • Girl Scouts for Kellan
    A widespread Carroll effort to raise money for an all-inclusive playground has galvanized a group of girls in Breda.

    Members of Breda’s Girl Scouts Troop 273 have donated $300 to Kellan’s Kingdom, an effort by Pat and Alie Tigges to raise money for an all-inclusive playground in Carroll. The initiative is inspired by their young son, Kellan Tigges, who has cerebral palsy and uses a wheelchair.
  • CHS alumni group plans homecoming events
    From a steak fry, pep rally and coronation to a first-ever Tiger Bash, there will be numerous events for Carroll High School alumni and friends to celebrate the CHS homecoming Thursday through Saturday, Sept. 28-30.
  • Pulitzer winners have a chat
    Art Cullen talked about the road to his Pulitzer Prize win this year for editorial writing on Friday in Des Moines in a special fundraising event hosted by the Iowa Freedom of Information Council, of which the Daily Times Herald is a member.
  • A pickup truck sideswiped a school bus Friday morning at the crest of a gravel-road hill north of Coon Rapids and kept driving.
  • Free event offered again to area seniors
    Feel old? Own it — next Wednesday is for you.
  • Upcoming Whiterock events: star-watching, volunteering, forest therapy
    Whiterock Conservancy in Coon Rapids is offering a variety of events to the public this fall.
  • The devastation caused by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma is a thousand miles away, but one local student is bringing the catastrophe closer to home.
  • Preserving baseball's past
    As they carry icy drinks into the stadium to watch the Carroll Merchants fight for another victory, visitors to Merchants Park now walk past history.
  • Pingrey graduates from West Point
    Cadet Wilson James Pingrey, a son of Kenneth and Julie Pingrey of Coon Rapids, graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point on Saturday, May 27.
  • Read up, not down, welcome to town
    The Carroll City Council split along vertical and horizontal lines Monday night.
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