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Webster Co. Cattlemen’s Association sees growth

March 31, 2015 Cattle production in Iowa is at a high point, according to Bruce Long, president of the Webster County Cattlemen’s Association. more »»

Green trial begins in Boone Co.

March 31, 2015 BOONE — Opening statements in the second first-degree murder trial of John D. Green are expected this morning in Boone after jurors were seated Monday afternoon. more »»

Warrants help locate criminal suspects

March 31, 2015 In a criminal case, there are two ways in which a person can be arrested. The first would be at a crime scene if there’s probable cause for a suspect to be taken into custody. more »»

Humboldt sups approve loan agreements for LEC Project

March 31, 2015 DAKOTA CITY — The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors approved two loan agreements for the improvements to the law enforcement center Monda. more »»

Gibb: St. Ed does well with Iowa tests

March 31, 2015 St. Edmond Catholic School performed well on the Iowa Assessments standardized tests this year. “Overall, we did extremely well,” Mary Gibb, St. Edmond president, said. more »»

Celebrating heritage

March 30, 2015 Students, faculty and community members shared their heritage at A Festival of Nations at Iowa Central Community College on Sunday. more »»

Banquet Success

March 30, 2015 The Webster County Chapter of Pheasants Forever celebrated its 30th birthday Saturday evening with a packed house at the annual banquet on the Webster County Fairgrounds. more »»

Collectors bring in history

March 30, 2015 Dealers at the Fort Dodge Coin Club’s show at Crossroads Mall showed off pieces of history over the weekend. This is what captured Michael Moore’s interes. more »»

Krug, Rouse coach speech

March 30, 2015 They compete across the state and take home trophies, only their arena is the stage and their sport the spoken word. more »»

As the sap runs

March 29, 2015 By HANS MADSEN hmadsen @messengernews. more »»

Money for private schools debated

March 29, 2015 A plan that would use $200 million of state money to help parents pay tuition at private schools for their children fueled debate at an Eggs and Issues forum Saturday, but area lawmakers indicated... more »»

Supervisors critical of Benson’s office

March 29, 2015 A rift between members of the Webster County Board of Supervisors and the county attorney’s office became apparent at a March 4 special meeting. more »»

Plea deals are a common tool throughout Iowa courtrooms

March 29, 2015 Much of the March 4 discussion between three members of the Webster County Supervisors and Webster County Attorney Jennifer Benson centered around the specifics of the Mike Grell case, however, the... more »»

Volunteers pack for a cause

March 29, 2015 DeMario Brown, 19, moves at lightning speed. His hands and arms become a blur as he picks up finished food packages and places them in a cardboard box. more »»

Second Green trial begins Monday

March 29, 2015 SAC CITY — The second trial of a man accused of killing his roommate in Sac City is set to begin Monday in Boone. John . more »»


March 28, 2015 BARNUM — Manson Northwest Webster Elementary launched its MakerSpace with a schoolwide celebration Thursday and Frida. more »»

State drops charge against Grell

March 28, 2015 The first-degree theft charge against former landfill director Michael Grell was dismissed Friday. more »»

Foster pleads to attempted murder

March 28, 2015 Billy Foster has pleaded guilty to trying to kill a woman while she was out running on a Fort Dodge trail last fall. more »»

Miller honored by Hoover Foundation

March 28, 2015 State Rep. Helen Miller has been honored by a foundation dedicated to promoting the humanitarian legacy of former President Herbert Hoover. more »»

Academic sharing moves forward

March 28, 2015 POCAHONTAS — Leaders of the Laurens-Marathon and Pocahontas Area school districts continue to work on a proposed academic sharing agreement that could be in place for the next school year. more »»



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