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The road to homes

September 12, 2015 CLARION — The new White Fox Landing neighborhood in Clarion is one step closer to completion. more »»

Officials pledge to preserve EMS service

September 12, 2015 Paramedic ambulance service will continue to be available throughout Webster County, according to city and Trinity Regional Medical Center officials considering ways to improve emergency care in For... more »»

Rain stalls some U.S. 20 work

September 12, 2015 ROCKWELL CITY — The U.S. 20 Corridor Association heard Friday that rain has interrupted work on the conversion of the highway to four lanes. more »»

Crash near Brushy fatal to one

September 11, 2015 DUNCOMBE — A Lehigh man was killed when two pickup trucks collided near Brushy Creek State Recreation Area Thursday evening. The Iowa State Patrol identified the victim as Lyle Howard Bartlett Jr. more »»

A good weekend

September 11, 2015 DAYTON — The Dayton Rodeo grounds are empty now, and quiet. The vendors have packed up and left, along with the carniva. more »»

Sac County road projects ongoing

September 11, 2015 SAC CITY — Two highways in Sac County will see improvements thanks to two repair projects. The more expansive project is for Iowa Highway 196, which goes into Sac City. more »»

Halsted takes Webster County to Korea

September 11, 2015 Business leaders in South Korea are getting face-to-face presentations on the opportunities available in Webster County without having to leave their country. more »»

Duncombe to replace radar

September 11, 2015 DUNCOMBE — A STEP grant will be used to replace the aging radar equipment in the Otho and Duncombe police vehicle, not to purchase a speed camera trailer. more »»

Open to traffic

September 10, 2015 It didn’t take drivers long to discover that a section of First Avenue South in downtown Fort Dodge had been reopened to traffic Wednesday afternoon. more »»

Fatal accident reported

September 10, 2015 One person is reported dead in a two-vehicle accident at 270th and Union Avenue just west of Brushy Creek State Recreation area. more »»

At last

September 10, 2015 Smiles abounded across the halls of Duncombe Elementary Wednesday. more »»

Dedicated by the bishop

September 10, 2015 Marian Home and Village dedicated its multimillion expansion and renovation project Wednesday. Called “Share Our Faith, Secure our Future,” the project includes new facilities and chapel. more »»

Backers detail pipeline support

September 10, 2015 A company planning to build a pipeline across Iowa and supporters of the project filed testimony Tuesday with the Iowa Utilities Board. more »»

FD police investigate reported shooting

September 10, 2015 A car was struck by a bullet early Wednesday morning after a report of shots being fired. No one was hurt in the incident, which was reported at 12:48 a.m. more »»


September 9, 2015 Duncombe Elementary parents and students were prepared for the start of the school year Tuesday with a tour of the former Fair Oaks Middle School. more »»

No surprises in FD vote

September 9, 2015 Four candidates ran for seats on the Fort Dodge Community School District board and four were elected Tuesday. Board members Bill Kent and Matt Wagner were re-elected. more »»

New trail at OHV park to be easier

September 9, 2015 A trail geared toward beginning riders at the Gypsum City OHV Park is one of two ongoing projects discussed during the Webster County Board of Supervisors meetings Tuesda. more »»

ICCC enrollment drop is at .5 percent

September 9, 2015 Iowa Central Community College has only a 0.5 percent drop in both its head count and credit hours from last year. more »»

Humboldt to offer tax breaks for Eagle Ridge

September 9, 2015 DAKOTA CITY — The Humboldt City Council agreed at Tuesday’s meeting to extend tax rebates to the southern portion of part of the Eagle Ridge Addition in western Humboldt. more »»

Marching through Dayton

September 8, 2015 DAYTON — A parade full of horses, music, cowboys and candy marched through Dayton on Labor Day. more »»



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