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Don’t plow, save money

February 7, 2015 The Webster County Secondary Roads Department has 1,180 miles of roads to maintain. Of those, 310 are paved. The remaining 870 are gravel. more »»

Intern assists the victim witness coordinator

February 7, 2015 Savanna Greenfield hasn’t quite figured out what she wants to do after college. more »»

More than music

February 6, 2015 Fort Dodge Middle School choir students have launched #TeamAscherl, a fundraising effort to help FDMS choir instructor Joan Ascherl as she fights breast cancer. more »»

Decades-old Humboldt levy questioned

February 6, 2015 HUMBOLDT — City of Humboldt residents will decide March 3 whether or not to keep a 30-year-old levy that may never have been voted on. After a Sept. more »»

Fuel lab at Iowa Central powering forward

February 6, 2015 Got fuel? The Iowa Central Fuel Testing laboratory is likely able to test its quality. more »»

Nonprofit called ‘model’

February 6, 2015 Early Childhood Iowa has recognized Linking Families and Communities with “model” status, the highest level achievable in a statewide quality improvement process called “Levels of Excellence. more »»

Saving seconds, with a shovel

February 5, 2015 Whether deposited there by nature, or pushed there by a plow truck clearing the streets, snow piled up around fire hydrants can cause a problem for firefighters if they need to connect to a water... more »»

VITA returns to aid taxpayers

February 5, 2015 The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program has started again in Fort Dodge. more »»

Mitchell charged in Sac County

February 5, 2015 SAC CITY — A man who allegedly tried to flee from Sac County law enforcement officers last week is now facing charges in connection with the incident. James . more »»

US Bank will pay $18M

February 5, 2015 IOWA CITY — U.. more »»

Dems begin effort to boost school aid

February 5, 2015 DES MOINES — Senate Democrats gave preliminary approval Wednesday to legislation that would boost school funding above the level sought by the governor. more »»

Terrorism laws used to investigate seed thefts

February 5, 2015 DES MOINES — Lawyers for two employees of a Chinese biotechnology company accused of stealing patented seed corn from companies in the United States are fighting the government’s use of laws... more »»

A split vote

February 4, 2015 A tax that would pay for school building improvements met a different fate in two Webster County school districts during a special election Tuesday. more »»

New manager plans for Market on Central

February 4, 2015 A new manager has taken charge of Market on Central in Fort Dodge, and she’s encouraging families to spend time at the annual event that fills part of downtown with food and craft vendors on several... more »»

New trial date set for Graesch

February 4, 2015 WEBSTER?CITY — A?new trial date has been set for a of a Webster City man accused of killing his father last June. The trial of Corbin Graesch, 27, scheduled originally for Jan. more »»

Minney arrested in connection with robbery

February 4, 2015 A woman accused of aiding a December robbery in Fort Dodge is being held in the Webster County Jail after her arrest Monday night. Samantha . more »»

Webster Co. approves new maintenance contract

February 4, 2015 A five-year contract approved Tuesday will help the county save about $24,000 on operations and maintenance of its buildings. more »»

Woolstock teen killed in crash

February 4, 2015 WEBSTER?CITY — A Woolstock teenager was killed in a one-vehicle accident Monday night that occurred on White Fox Drive. Jordan Michael Leeper, 18, of Woolstock, was pronounced dead at the scene. more »»

Dick Dale honored with scholarship

February 4, 2015 ALGONA — Dick Dale’s legacy is being kept alive through a scholarship for Algona’s music students. more »»

New Coleman trustee elected Monday

February 3, 2015 The newest trustee elected to the Coleman Sanitary Sewer District Board is a member of the group that has been trying to replace that board. more »»

 
 
 

 

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