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Keeping FD kids’ well-being on track

May 8, 2015 YouthNet members gathered at Fort Dodge Senior High Thursday to discuss their accomplishments this year and upcoming efforts. more »»

Before and after

May 7, 2015 Drivers crossing Veterans Bridge on their way to the area around Crossroads Mall may notice something has changed along First Avenue South. Actually, something has disappeared from view. more »»

Fort Dodge schools celebrate Rachel’s Challenge

May 7, 2015 Fort Dodge community schools concluded another year of Rachel’s Challenge this week. In 2013, both the Fort Dodge Community School District and St. more »»

Gowrie mulls clerk options

May 7, 2015 GOWRIE — The Gowrie City Council will likely vote on hiring a new city clerk at its next meeting, after gathering information on what it would cost to hire an accountant to do the books. more »»

Iowa Senate OKs DHS budget

May 7, 2015 DES MOINES — The Democratic-led Iowa Senate approved a $1. more »»

Elshoff to visit FD Friday

May 7, 2015 A woman riding a solar powered tricycle across the United States to raise money for Leader Dogs for the Blind will visit Fort Dodge Friday. Hanna Elshoff will speak at 6:30 p.. more »»

Requiem for a ballpark

May 6, 2015 Sertoma Field in Fort Dodge has entered its last inning. The ballpark near Eighth Avenue South and 29th Street hasn’t been the site of a game for a couple of years, and now it is being dismantled. more »»

Board OKs Sleep Inn plan

May 6, 2015 The construction of a hotel called Sleep Inn on the west side of Fort Dodge won the approval of the city’s Board of Adjustment Tuesday. more »»

Drainage district dispute decided Tuesday

May 6, 2015 A drainage district south of Fort Dodge cannot establish a wider than usual right of way, because it did not follow Iowa Code. more »»

Small change proposed for county ATV ordinance

May 6, 2015 As the large riding park south of Fort Dodge grows in popularity, Webster County Supervisor Keith Dencklau hopes the county and city can be made more user-friendly for ATVs. more »»

More road barricades ahead

May 5, 2015 Barricades, construction vehicles with flashing amber lights, and clouds of dust marked the Monday start of another major road project in Fort Dodg. more »»

Rep. King addresses bird flu outbreak

May 5, 2015 Iowa remains in a state of emergency following an outbreak of H5N2, a virulent strain of avian influenz. more »»

Mulling the future of Mulligans

May 5, 2015 GOWRIE — One of the two main restaurants in Gowrie has not really been a restaurant for about a month now. The City Council is trying to figure out if there’s a way to bring it back again. more »»

Smith gets 20 years

May 5, 2015 A Fort Dodge man who admitted biting a police detective and assaulting a woman has been sentenced to spend up to 20 years in priso. more »»

Hail storm hits Manson, region

May 5, 2015 MANSON — Sunday night’s thunderstorm brought an extra helping of hail to the Manson area. more »»

May Day tea time

May 4, 2015 Generations of mothers and daughters spent Sunday afternoon together drinking tea, wearing frilly hats and dancing around the May pole during the annual mother-daughter tea Vincent House. more »»

Plum bobs, planes and old braces

May 4, 2015 HUMBOLDT — Tool enthusiasts from across the Midwest met to share stories about tool collections and to buy and sell tools at the Mid-West Tool Collectors Association meeting at the Humboldt Fair... more »»

VandeBerg helps to make Hospice a home

May 4, 2015 For more than six years, Brenda VandeBerg has worked to brighten the final days of dozens. more »»

Two kitchen fires on same street

May 4, 2015 Fort Dodge firefighters responded to two kitchen fires on Fourth Avenue North Sunday afternoon. The first was reported shortly after 3:10 p.m. at 621 Fourth Ave. N. more »»

A trip to the past

May 3, 2015 Among the artisans demonstrating their skills Saturday during the opening day of the 2015 season at the Fort Museum, Shannon Bardole, of Ames, is the one most likely to sweep visitors off their fee. more »»



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