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Markert event will go on

August 17, 2014 An article about a 5K run/walk to raise awareness of organ donation on Page 10D of today’s edition of The Messenger was written and sent to press prior to Emily Markert’s death on Friday. more »»

Paulsen uneasy about award

August 17, 2014 POCAHONTAS — An emergency medical service leader in Pocahontas County will be honored by the Iowa Hospital Association in October. more »»

Stewart Memorial forms new partnership

August 17, 2014 LAKE CITY — A new partnership between a hospital and a county emergency services department is expected to bring benefits to not only the new partners but also the people of Calhoun County. more »»

Cars on display on Main Street

August 17, 2014 POCAHONTAS — Even back in 1964, when the Dodge Polara owned by Mike and Lana Pratt, of Rolfe, was brand spanking new, it wasn’t a commonly seen automobile. more »»

Expert: Autopsy bullet was fired from recovered rifle

August 16, 2014 The bullet that killed Brandyn Preston was fired from the rifle recovered from a house where Derrick McElroy sometimes live. more »»

FD man charged in $14k check spree

August 16, 2014 A Fort Dodge man is facing felony charges for allegedly writing more than $14,500 in fraudulent checks and robbing a man at gunpoint in July. Kearie R. more »»

Riders christen FD trails

August 16, 2014 Children on bicycles decorated with streamers and balloons joined adults on 10-speed bikes Friday evening for a ride on parts of the Fort Dodge trail system. more »»

FD schools food service works to meet mandates

August 16, 2014 The Fort Dodge Community School District continues to meet the mandates set by the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 201. more »»

Expert: McElroy tattoos consistent with Bloods

August 15, 2014 A gang expert said tattoos shown in photos of Derrick McElroy are consistent with those used by members of the Bloods gang. more »»

FD man allegedly writes more than $14,500 of bad checks

August 15, 2014 A Fort Dodge man is facing felony charges for allegedly writing more than $14,500 worth of fraudulent checks and robbing a man at gunpoint. Kearie R. more »»

King weighs in on foreign policy

August 15, 2014 At a time of upheaval around the globe, the United States is no longer vigorously interacting with other nations, according to U.S. Rep. Steve King. more »»

Woman faces five FD code violations

August 15, 2014 The Fort Dodge woman whose 35 cats and nine dogs were impounded by police last month is facing five violations of the Fort Dodge Municipal Code. more »»

Hazardous materials site proposed

August 15, 2014 By JOE SUTTER jsutter@messengernews.net Nothing thrown away disappears forever. Some common household chemicals can cause problems when they accumulate in a landfill. more »»

McElroy trial

August 14, 2014 Three witnesses testified Wednesday that Brandyn Preston may have been shot and subsequently died as part of an ongoing feud between two gangs in Fort Dodge. more »»

FD woman faces animal code violations

August 14, 2014 The Fort Dodge woman who allegedly took in 35 cats and nine dogs is facing five violations of the Fort Dodge Municipal Code. more »»

Expert: McElroy tattoos consistent with Bloods

August 14, 2014 A gang expert said tattoos shown in photos of Derrick McElroy are consistent with those used by members of the Bloods gang Mike Stueckrath, a detective with the Des Moines Police Department and a... more »»

Grassley: Border must be secured

August 14, 2014 POCAHONTAS — U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley repeated his call for securing the country’s southern border on Wednesday and said he supports the American air strikes underway in Ira. more »»

Three FDMS committees return with new year

August 14, 2014 Fort Dodge Middle School is bringing back three committees started last year and designed to enhance student instruction and faculty conversation. more »»

Two Iowa prison inmates sue over religious issues

August 14, 2014 DES MOINES (AP) — Two Iowa prison inmates must receive nightly meals and chapel time during Ramadan and be allowed the same religious accommodations as other Muslims, a federal judge ruled. more »»

Your tax dollars at work

August 14, 2014 This is summary of major bills approved for payment by the Fort Dodge City Council on Monday. To: JB Holland Construction Inc., Decorah For: Work completed on the East Region Storm Sewer project. more »»

 
 

 

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