One dead after morning crash in Carroll
One person is dead after a crash Tuesday morning in Carroll, Iowa. The crash took place in a westbound lane of Highway 30 east of the intersection with Griffith Road around 6:06 a.m., according to an Iowa State Patrol crash report.
Motorcycle pursuit in Shelby County & Harlan, Mon. night
(Harlan, Iowa) – Our sister station KNOD in Harlan reports the Iowa State Patrol and Shelby County Sheriff’s Deputies were involved in a the pursuit of a motorcycle at around 10-p.m., Monday. The chase went north on Highway 59 and on Highway 44 as well as Chatburn Avenue, through Harlan.
Fatal Accident in Carroll County
(Carroll Co) A Glidden woman died following a two-vehicle accident in Carroll County this (Monday) morning. The Iowa State Patrol says the accident happened at 6:03 a.m. on Highway 30. 56-year-old Lisa Feilmeier was transported to St. Anthony Hospital by Carroll EMS where she died from her injuries sustained in the crash.
Mount Vernon's hot 3-point shooting dooms Harlan in state quarterfinal
(Des Moines) -- Mount Vernon girls basketball shot well above their norm from beyond the arc Monday night, resulting in the Mustangs bouncing Harlan from the Class 3A State Tournament. The Mustangs (22-3) entered the night shooting 34.5% from the 3-point line on the season but shot at an astounding...
Local Alert: Untreated Groundwater Discharge into Boyer River, No Public Risk Confirmed
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) received a report about untreated groundwater discharge into the Boyer River in Crawford County. The City of Denison Water Plant reported the incident on February 26, during a routine maintenance check of the raw main at Hwy 39 and C. Avenue in Denison.
Audubon Bakery “What’s Happening” Series Inviting Local Organizations And A U.S. Rep. To Discuss Updates In Community
A local bakery is getting the residents of Audubon engaged in organizations through a series of presentations. The Bakery On Broadway hosts a “What’s Happening in Audubon” series with community organizations, individuals, and even District 4 Rep. Randy Feenstra to participate in public discussions on topics of interest. Kate Hargens, the owner of Bakery On Broadway, says every Tuesday, the business invites the public to come hear updates from local and other organizations to see what is happening in the Audubon and surrounding communities.
Regency Park Nursing And Rehabilitation Center Of Carroll Administrator Recognized By The American College Of Health Care Administrators
Regency Park Nursing and Rehabilitation in Carroll has become the first, and right now the only, facility in Iowa to be recognized by the American College of Health Care Administrators. Jim Feauto, Recency Park’s Administrator, has been named a top performer by the ACHCA for his nearly 34 years of dedicated leadership to the facility. Feauto oversaw the team, helping them achieve remarkable milestones, especially the six deficiency-free surveys. That means Regency Parks is 100% compliant with state and federal regulations in resident care, services, and staffing. Feauto says he feels truly blessed to have such a dedicated team and family by his side, whose support has contributed to much of his success. Under Feauto’s guidance, the facility will continue to provide a supportive and nurturing environment, ensuring each resident is given the highest level of care.
Wolves prepare for upcoming Track & Field season
In less than a month, a new track and field season will get underway for the IKM-Manning girls March 15 at the BVU HS Elite Meet where they will be one of 16 schools competing. “As coaches, we are always looking forward to spring and the start of track season,”...
City Of Glidden Approved Of Renewing The Agreement With Region XII To Inspect City For Compliance For Nuisance Abatements
During Monday’s city council meeting, the City of Glidden and Region XII Council of Governments renewed the agreement regarding a nuisance ordinance and compliance inspections. City Administrator Brooke Peterson says this agreement was established a few years back to assist the city with identifying areas, specifically residential yards, where hoarding unnecessary objects is potentially viewed as an eyesore throughout the community.
Red-Flag Warning Has Been Issued For Carroll And Surrounding Counties, Outdoor Burning Is Not Recommended
Carroll and all surrounding counties have been placed in a red-flag warning from 9 a.m. this morning until 6 p.m. tonight (Monday) for extreme fire weather. Carroll County Emergency Management says that the record-breaking warmth, combined with winds over 35 mph and 15 to 25 percent humidity throughout the afternoon, will cause any fires to spread quickly. Outdoor burning is not recommended in 51 counties and should be postponed until after the red-flag warning has ended and outdoor conditions improve. Those with questions are asked to contact their local fire departments or the county’s emergency management.
A Taste of Mexico: Carroll's 6 Mexican Restaurants You Can't Miss
This article presents a list of six Mexican restaurants located in Carroll. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If you have, we'd love to hear your feedback. Please leave your comments below:
How friendship between Carroll posts produced All-Conference, All-America seasons
HELENA — You’re not around Carroll’s Maddie Geritz long before you’ll hear a joke cracked. If Jamie Pickens is around, you know a one-liner is coming back, followed by plenty of laughter. It’s a four-year-old relationship first forged on the frigid and dark trails of Mount...
Audubon County Board of Supervisors Working on Opioid Resolution
(Audubon) The Audubon County Board of Supervisors tackled numerous items on the docket. An opioid resolution was one of the topics discussed at their meeting today. Audubon County Supervisor Chairman Heath Hansen says the board works with everybody from the county attorney, public health, and the sheriff. Hansen says one...
Shelby County under Burn Ban Today
(Harlan) Due to the dry and windy conditions, Shelby County Emergency Management Coordinator Alex Londo issued a burn ban today from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. A burn ban is in effect today for Shelby County. Londo says the burn ban will be extended if conditions do not improve.
Twin rivalry pushes Denison-Schleswig's Musgrave to KMAland Girls Bowler of the Year
(Denison) -- Denison-Schleswig senior Brianna Musgrave has a built-in rivalry within her own household. Thanks to her twin sister Brittany, there’s always an extra motivation. That motivation and a near-dream finish at the state tournament has helped Musgrave land this year’s KMAland Girls Bowler of the Year. “It...
5 injured in Carroll County single-vehicle crash Wednesday
One woman and four children were injured in a single-vechile crash in Carroll County Wednesday, deputies say.
Carroll's Andrew Cook earns final Frontier Player of the Week honor
HELENA, Mont. – The final Erck Hotels Men’s Basketball Player of the Week of the season goes to Andrew Cook of Carroll. It’s the fourth award of the season for Cook with all coming in the past six weeks. Cook helped Carroll to a pair of wins...
St. Anthony Regional Hospital Nurse Presented DAISY Award
Last week, Roberta Enger, an LPN at St. Anthony Regional Hospital, was presented with the DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. Enger has worked at the hospital since 2010, starting in the nursing home. Roberta transferred to the surgery department before being hired as the primary nurse for urology and neurology. The nomination submission read, “Every time we visited my father in the St. Anthony Nursing Home, Roberta greeted us with a big smile, good humor, and a nice update on his condition. My father never failed to speak highly of Roberta and enjoyed their friendship immensely. If Dad were here today, he would write this nomination for Roberta. Later on, I ran into Roberta at the St. Anthony Clinic in Carroll, and she was the same vital, caring person in a different setting. Roberta has been a profound experience in the life of my father and the entire family. St. Anthony is blessed to have her and others like her.” Enger was honored with this award during a reception last week with her soon-to-be husband, Bob Malloy. Pictures of the reception have been included below.
FY25 Budget Prep Continues For Carroll County Supervisors At Monday’s Meeting
Fiscal Year (FY) 2025 budget preparations continue for the Carroll County Board of Supervisors during their upcoming meeting on Monday. The board convenes at 9 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 26, in the Conservation Education Center at Swan Lake State Park. The agenda opens with a report from County Engineer Zac Andersen concerning utility permits submitted to the Secondary Roads Department. The board then moves into the approval of plats and payables before beginning discussions on the FY25 Carroll County Conservation and overall FY25 budgets. The board concludes with manure management annual updates and committee reports. The Monday, Feb. 26 meeting is open to the public, and residents are encouraged to attend. A link to the complete agenda is included below.
Former Carroll Coach to face more jail time after losing appeal
Fans and alumni have virtually abandoned Coach Druzon Quillen in his lonely fight against career-ending charges brought against him by the Franklin Parish Sheriff Kevin Cobb. The appeals court in a decision that has stirred controversy and debate within the local community, former Carroll High School coach Druzon Quillen may soon return to jail to serve the remainder of a 45-day sentence for battery against a police officer.