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Caught in a creepy love story

October 25, 2015 They’re creepy and kooky, mysterious and spooky. They’re altogether ooky. more »»

Thrilling at things that go bump in the night

October 25, 2015 People tend to delight in the thrills they get when they hear mysterious things that go bump in the nigh. more »»

Understanding the true impact of domestic violence

October 18, 2015 When violence happens between two people in a relationship, its painful ramifications don’t stay just between them. more »»

Soiree set to raise funds for literacy

October 18, 2015 Childhood literacy efforts will get a boost when the Study Club hosts the SmART Soiree in the second floor exhibition hall of the Blanden Memorial Art Museum from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday. more »»

A night of entertainment with a purpose

October 18, 2015 Local talent will be on display during the fifth annual “A Night for LifeWorks” charitable event Thursday in the Cardiff Center at Fort Frenzy, 3232 First Ave. S. more »»

KIDZMANIA set to fill the mall

October 18, 2015 Discovery of new knowledge always seems to spark enthusiasm. And when it comes to KIDZMANIA, a family-friendly resource fair scheduled from 10 a.m to 2 p.m. more »»

Choral Society to launch new season

October 18, 2015 A focus on the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War will launch the season of the Fort Dodge Choral Society Oct. more »»

‘Dancing with the Stars’

October 11, 2015 Put on your bobby socks, baby. Roll up your old blue jeans. Or maybe no. more »»

Love tangled farce to offer a few laughs

October 11, 2015 Audiences will get a laugh or two as they watch a swinging bachelor juggle his love life when Hawkeye Community Theatre presents “Boeing, Boeing” as its annual dinner theater production Oct. 20-25. more »»

Symphony features French tunes in first concert

October 11, 2015 The Fort Dodge Area Symphony will take its audience on a musical trip to France at 3 p.m. Oct. 18 during the first show of the 2015-2016 season at the Fort Dodge Middle School Auditoriu. more »»

Original play highlights power of family, faith

October 11, 2015 The power of family members finding strength together in their faith will be shared when the Fort Dodge Community Choir presents “Why Me,” an original musical play written by choir organizer Sherry... more »»

Essential oils

October 4, 2015 Belief in any product makes that product useful. People who use essential oils believe. more »»

Bridal Spectacular 2015 set for Oct. 11

October 4, 2015 A lot of details can trip up a bride preparing to take that trip down the aisle, but organizers of the Younkers 2015 Bridal Spectacular presented by The Messenger said attending a bridal show can... more »»

Fundraiser helps grieving parents

October 4, 2015 A group dedicated to helping parents who have lost babies to stillbirth and miscarriage is expanding its fundraiser for its second yea. more »»

Iowa Central presents fall drama duel

October 4, 2015 Audiences will easily be caught up in the intrigue of the comical whodunit “The Game’s Afoot,” or “Holmes for the Holidays,” when the theatrical students at Iowa Central Community College present th... more »»

Pumpkins and Ponies!

October 4, 2015 HUMBOLDT — Families will be able to continue a fall tradition when the 10th anniversary of Pumpkins and Ponies is celebrated Saturday at Spring Vale Farm, 2603 Lone Tree Road. more »»

‘A Very 1950s Murder Mystery’ hits stage Oct. 16

October 4, 2015 A mysterious stranger, a couple hussies, a trio of actors and an unknown murderer will bring a bit of comical mayhem to the annual Friends of the Vincent House Murder Mystery Dinner Theate. more »»

The music and passions of Simon Estes

September 27, 2015 Internationally renowned opera singer Simon Estes gets as much as he gives when he performs with the student choirs involved in his Roots & Wings tour. more »»

Cruise is family affair

September 27, 2015 For Cory Beck, of Eagle Grove, his two restored Chevrolets are worth much more than their sticker value. more »»

Laura Ingalls Wilder events planned in Webster City

September 27, 2015 WEBSTER CITY — Programs featuring the stories and experiences of novelist Laura Ingalls Wilder will be presented Saturday by researcher and re-enactor Sarah Uthof. more »»



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