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‘Our food is fighting’

August 30, 2015 ALGONA — One way the Allies triumphed in World War II was through the stomach. Food. That, along with German prisoners and American citizens’ dedication helped win World War II. more »»

Rule could impact area landfill

August 30, 2015 A new U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposal to reduce methane emissions would affect the regional landfill near Fort Dodge — but not right awa. more »»

Water whoopee is had in Gilmore City

August 30, 2015 GILMORE CITY — There was a new event this year at the annual Gilmore City Fun Days celebration — and while it might not be all wet, a good number of the community’s children did get wet. more »»

Panel discusses immigration

August 30, 2015 STORM LAKE — Leaders from Iowa’s immigrant, business, educational, faith, labor and political communities were front and center and on stage Saturday at Buena Vista University in Storm Lake during a... more »»

At Kohl’s

August 30, 2015 Dozens of Fort Dodge children and their parents got a chance to learn about firefighting and the tools of the trade Saturday afternoon during a Kohl’s Cares event at the Fort Dodge Kohl’s store. more »»

Rain forces rescue

August 29, 2015 DAYTON — Jim and Shelley Garland’s day started out well enough. They stood on the porch of their three-story log cabin at 3022 Skillet Creek Ave. and watched the rain fall. more »»

Deluge drops 6 inches of water on FD area

August 29, 2015 A downpour that dumped a little more than 6 inches of water on parts of Webster County washed out roads and flooded basements Friday. more »»

Bricks fall from downtown building

August 29, 2015 Dozens of bricks tumbled from a side wall of a downtown Fort Dodge building during a heavy rain storm Friday morning. more »»

Coleman watch may regroup

August 29, 2015 The man who once headed a local Neighborhood Watch group is now looking to get everything restarted. more »»

Gowrie man dies in grain bin accident

August 28, 2015 FARNHAMVILLE — A worker at the Farmers Cooperative Co. complex in Farnhamville is dead after an accident there Thursday morning. more »»

Bricks fall from building

August 28, 2015 Bricks fell from the exterior of the Bank Building at 1031 Central Ave. at 9:15 a.m. Fort Dodge Fire Department and Fort Dodge Police Department responded. more »»

Couple rescued as flood threatens home

August 28, 2015 DAYTON — A rural Dayton couple and their three dogs were rescued from their home at 3022 Skillet Creek Ave. Friday afternoon when rising waters from the nearby Skillet Creek surrounded their home. more »»

Seeing success

August 28, 2015 In the eight months since Webster County Drug Treatment Court was established, the judge presiding over it is calling it a success. more »»

Accused shooter turns himself in to PD

August 28, 2015 A Webster City man accused of firing a gun outside a local movie theater turned himself in to Fort Dodge Police late Wednesday. Joseph . more »»

Wilson won’t seek another term

August 28, 2015 Fort Dodge Councilman Don Wilson, who is currently the city’s longest-serving elected official, is retiring from local government. more »»

FD council races set

August 28, 2015 The 2015 Fort Dodge City Council election will feature what it is, at least for now: a three-way race to replace retiring Councilman Don Wilson in Ward . more »»

Healey is held on bond

August 28, 2015 A man accused of committing a knifepoint robbery has been ordered held on bond. Ethan C. Healey, 24, of Fort Dodge, is charged with first-degree robbery and false imprisonment. more »»

US 20 crash

August 28, 2015 WEBSTER?CITY?— Two people were transported to Van Diest Medical Center Thursday after the vehicle the were traveling in struck an overpass on U.S. Highway 20, just east of Webster City. more »»


Harmony Brigade Barbershop August 30, 2015

Harmony Brigade Barbershop Chorus Fort Dodge will be singing Beautiful Savior, Turn Your Radio On and Battle Hymn of the Republic 8:00 am St. more »

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