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One flown to Des Moines after shooting

June 10, 2015 One man was flown to Des Moines and another treated for a hand injury following a shooting early Tuesday mornin. more »»

State commits to finishing 4-lane US 20

June 10, 2015 The Iowa Transportation Commission on Tuesday committed to finishing the U.S. Highway 20 four-lane project by the end of 2018. more »»

Webster Co. discusses bird flu plan

June 10, 2015 A state of emergency was declared for Webster County Tuesday morning, in response to the outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza found in the county. more »»

Iowa Central board sets tuition, salary rates

June 10, 2015 The Iowa Central Community College board of directors voted Tuesday to increase tuition rates and faculty wages for the 2015-16 year. more »»

Demolition crew coming to zoo

June 9, 2015 A crew of prison inmates will soon begin tearing down the pens that once held small and exotic animals at the Oleson Park Zoo as Fort Dodge officials start getting the site cleaned up for some futur... more »»

Police investigating early morning shooting

June 9, 2015 Following an early-morning report of gunshots, a Fort Dodge man has been transported by air ambulance to Des Moines. more »»

TC Mae’s feels effect of road work

June 9, 2015 An owner of a downtown restaurant located in the middle of a First Avenue South construction zone asked the Fort Dodge City Council on Monday for some help to keep the business alive. more »»

Utility scam targets FD customers

June 9, 2015 Scammers posing as MidAmerican Energy employees have been calling Fort Dodge residents in an attempt to gain money. more »»

Ms. Wheelchair Iowa heading to nationals pageant

June 9, 2015 The doctors thought Katie Helmers wasn’t going to live. more »»

FDCSD responds to state supplemental aid increase

June 9, 2015 The Iowa Legislature Friday approved a supplemental aid increase for public schools at 1.25 percent. Another $55.7 million in one-time funds for education was also approved. more »»

Lehigh considers gas station, pursues late fees

June 9, 2015 LEHIGH — The Lehigh City Council is in support of a chain store and gas station coming to the tow. more »»

Frontier Days ends in pageantry

June 8, 2015 Fort Dodge area children wore their best outfits and showed off their personalities in hopes of being crowned Little Mr. or Miss Frontier Days on Sunday. The competition was tough. more »»

Moorland motor mania

June 8, 2015 MOORLAND — Area car owners gathered for a day of camaraderie at the Moorland Motor Mania Fourth Annual Swap Meet Sunday. Car owners showed off their cars and bought tools and parts from vendors. more »»

Former Dayton police chief serves Fort Dodge

June 8, 2015 In the five months since he joined the Fort Dodge Police Department, Officer Nick Dunbar said he has adjusted well to his new job. more »»

History of fun

June 7, 2015 John Bonner, of Vincent, has a cool new device to show the public as they visit the Ghost Garrison camp at the annual Frontier Days celebration at the Fort Museum. more »»

Volleyball is the ticket in Renwick

June 7, 2015 RENWICK — In the last census, the Humboldt County town of Renwick tallied 242 people. more »»

Ugly trucks rule in Rowan

June 7, 2015 ROWAN — Beauty is often the culmination of many characteristic. more »»

FDFGC show design skills

June 7, 2015 There is nothing accidental in the flower designs Barb Gollob, of Fort Dodge, entered in the annual Fort Dodge Federated Garden Club flower show at the Crossroads Mall. more »»

To the frontier

June 6, 2015 The 41st annual Frontier Days began Friday with the traditional raising of the flag at Fort Dodge Fort Museu. more »»


June 6, 2015 Roger Oppedahl can’t remember a time when he didn’t want to fly. more »»



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