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Long-time 4-H’ers to be inducted into Hall of Fame

July 28, 2014 VINCENT — A Vincent couple who have dedicated much of their lives to 4-H will be recognized during the State Fair as they are inducted into the Iowa 4-H Hall of Fame. more »»

Vaccinations part of school prep

July 28, 2014 With less than a month to go before the start of the new school year, many parents are preparing to pack their children’s book bags with pencils, folders and notebooks. more »»

Doing whatever needs to be done

July 28, 2014 MOORLAND — In 2013, Shirley Webb earned her third master’s title. more »»

Part of First Avenue South downtown to close Monday

July 27, 2014 Three blocks of First Avenue South in downtown Fort Dodge will be closed Monday and will remain off limits to traffic for a couple of months as the creation of the crosstown connector begins. more »»

They play in the mud, toss horseshoes

July 27, 2014 HUMBOLDT — There was a muddy mess Saturday morning at the Humboldt County Fair. Most people would, of course, try to avoid it. more »»

GOP leaders show support for Kraayenbrink

July 27, 2014 State Senate hopeful Tim Kraayenbrink was joined by some of Iowa’s Republican leaders Saturday night in Webster County as he rallied support for his campaign, which emphasizes fewer regulations and... more »»

Helping kids excel

July 27, 2014 For 16 years, Branwyn Greathouse has been helping at-risk students in the Fort Dodge Community School District overcome challenges and excel. more »»

Information sought in drive-by shooting

July 27, 2014 Someone shot a 17-year-old male outside his home in the 800 block of Fourth Avenue North early Saturday morning, according to officials with the Fort Dodge Police Department. more »»

Northey urges propane purchases

July 27, 2014 Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey is suggesting that rural residents buy some propane sooner rather than later, because supplies of that fuel may be tight when the winter heating season... more »»

City Council to buy trash bins

July 27, 2014 The Fort Dodge City Council is expected to order some smaller garbage and recycling bins when it meets Monday. more »»

Water balloons fly at Fountain City Days

July 27, 2014 GOLDFIELD — Adam Lewis, of Goldfield, and his daughter Ava Lewis, 5, partnered up Saturday afternoon in the annual Water Balloon Toss at the Fountain City Days celebratio. more »»

Fishing and things

July 26, 2014 Fisher Novencido, 9, of Fort Dodge, a member of Cub Scout Pack 10, was having a little bit of trouble Friday afternoon at the 2014 Knights of the Roundtable Cub Scout Camp during a fishing session... more »»

Teen shot early Saturday

July 26, 2014 A 17-year-old has been released from Trinity Regional Medical Center after being shot in the forearm early Saturday morning, according to a press release. more »»

Blaze guts second floor of FD home

July 26, 2014 The second floor of a home at 1107 Ave. B was gutted after a bedroom caught fire around noon on Friday, Fort Dodge Fire Department Capt. Steve Hergenreter sai. more »»

American Legion seeks more female veterans

July 26, 2014 GOWRIE — American Legion Peterson Post 431 in Gowrie is seeking more local and area members, especially female veterans. “A lot of times people only think men are veterans and that’s not the truth. more »»

Home run for FD

July 25, 2014 Restaurants and stores in Fort Dodge have been filled for the past few days by people wearing the logos of high school teams from all across Iowa. more »»

House fire 'guts' second floor.

July 25, 2014 The second floor of a home at 1107 Ave. B is “gutted” after a bedroom caught fire at around noon, Fort Dodge Fire Department Capt. Steve Hergenreter said. more »»

Suit filed in drainage dispute

July 25, 2014 MOORLAND — A dispute over how much land can be included in a tax-exempt drainage right of way has led the Webster County Board of Supervisors to file a lawsuit in Iowa District Court against an... more »»

Humboldt mayor, victim agree on restitution

July 25, 2014 DES MOINES — A felony charge against Humboldt Mayor Walter Jensen is likely to be dismissed as a result of a Victim Offender Restitution Program session Thursday, according to Jensen and the man... more »»

Smith: He garnished, but not for the money

July 25, 2014 SAC CITY — The prosecutor in the case of a woman convicted of first-degree murder in the death of her neighbor is defending his decision to file a garnishment for her money. more »»



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