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Controlled burn

October 24, 2016 CALLENDER — When an old grain elevator stands abandoned for many years, one option is to burn it to the ground and use it as a training exercise for area fire departments. more »»

In their opinion

October 23, 2016 When It Gets Better Fort Dodge & Beyond co-founder Jenny Johnson introduced the panelists for its Youth Forum Saturday morning, she reminded the audience that the goal for the day was to pay close... more »»

Visions of mercy

October 23, 2016 Volunteering on a medical mission trip to Peru, Bob Singer saw poverty first-hand. He was there to help people in poverty who cannot see. Singer and his son, Dr. more »»

FD council to tackle shopping center issue on Monday

October 23, 2016 The Fort Dodge City Council will again consider a proposed new shopping center when it meets Monday. The council will meet at 6 p.m. in the Municipal Building, 819 First Ave. S. more »»

Haunted Hallow at FDSH to raise money

October 23, 2016 Students dressed as clowns, witches and ghosts will be peeking around every corner at Fort Dodge Senior High during the annual Haunted Hallow event Oct. 27. The spooky sights will start at 7 p.. more »»

13 Days of Halloween

October 23, 2016 more »»

Polar Plunge coming to FD

October 23, 2016 Registration is open for the annual Polar Plunge fundraiser, which raises money for Special Olympics Iowa. This year’s Polar Plunge will be held Nov. 6 at John F. Kennedy Memorial Park. more »»

Campaign launches

October 22, 2016 The United Way of Greater Fort Dodge has started its annual campaign to raise money for children and families in the area. more »»

Pocahontas drainage assessment rescinded

October 22, 2016 POCAHONTAS — Residents in part of the town of Pocahontas have gotten some relief from a large drainage assessment that took many by surprise. more »»

Conversation for youths

October 22, 2016 It Gets Better Fort Dodge & Beyond, in partnership with the Iowa Central Diversity Committee, is hosting a Youth Forum this morning starting at 10 a.m. more »»

King tours Webster City plant

October 22, 2016 WEBSTER CITY — Fourth District U.S. Rep. Steve King visited Van Diest Supply Co. in Webster City Friday afternoon, and toured several of the company’s production buildings. Van Diest Supply Co. more »»

13 Days of Halloween

October 22, 2016 more »»

Doing God’s work

October 21, 2016 Those who gather to honor their loved ones lost to violence are doing God’s work. That’s according to the Rev. Joy Gonnerman, of St. more »»

Foundation for success

October 21, 2016 BELLEVUE, Nebraska — Before Jane Erickson became Kiwanis International president, she spent her time helping others through the Noon Kiwanis Club in Fort Dodge. more »»

Boyd signs agreement to leave role as city executive

October 21, 2016 EAGLE GROVE — Mike Boyd has officially agreed to part ways with his position as city administrator in Eagle Grove. Boyd, 62, signed a separation agreement on Wednesday. more »»

Lights On raises funds for Dodger Academy

October 21, 2016 An event at Butler Elementary School Thursday was held to not only celebrate the importance of after school programs, but also to mark the inclusion of all the Fort Dodge Community School District... more »»

13 Days of Halloween

October 21, 2016 more »»

Pipeline opponents’ lawyer wants stricter enforcement by inspectors

October 20, 2016 SOMERS — A lawyer for landowners opposed to an oil pipeline under construction has claimed county inspectors should be able to stop construction on the pipeline if violations are noted — and... more »»

Starkly different opinions

October 20, 2016 By JULIE PACE and LISA LERER Associated Press LAS VEGAS — Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump outlined starkly different visions for the Supreme Court under their potential presidencies in Wednesday... more »»

Collins faces willful injury and assault charges

October 20, 2016 A man is facing two felony charges after he allegedly assaulted a woman inside his Fort Dodge apartment Tuesday afternoon. Craig E. more »»



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