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Wet and wild

August 30, 2014 DAYTON — It takes more than rain and mud to stop a rodeo. As long as there isn’t any lightning, the show goes on at the annual Dayton Championship Rodeo. more »»

Former student is suing La’James college

August 30, 2014 A Fort Dodge-based cosmetology school accused of consumer fraud by Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller has been sued by a former student who claims it violated a contract with her. more »»

East Sac leader has been there before

August 30, 2014 SAC CITY — A familiar face will be filling in as interim superintendent at East Sac County schools this yea. more »»

Bishop Garrigan launches construction

August 30, 2014 ALGONA — Bishop Garrigan High School has broken ground on its $3 million addition. “It’s the first since the school was originally built in 1959,” Lynn Miller, Bishop Garrigan president, sai. more »»

Old E.G. grain elevator will be patriotic marker

August 30, 2014 EAGLE GROVE — The effort to turn a former grain elevator into a towering patriotic marker in Eagle Grove continues. more »»

Clowning around

August 29, 2014 DAYTON — As volunteers worked in the rain Thursday morning to put the final touches on the Dayton Rodeo grounds for the 77th annual Dayton Championship Rodeo, some performers and organizers were in... more »»

La’James accused of consumer fraud

August 29, 2014 The Iowa attorney general’s office on Thursday filed a lawsuit against La’James International College, alleging the cosmetology school engages in deceptive, omissive and unfair practices. more »»

Holiday road watch begins

August 29, 2014 Drivers should expect an increased presence of law enforcement over Labor Day weekend. The Iowa State Patrol is participating in the national Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign. more »»

Kraayenbrink, Sexton, Mosiman rally Republicans

August 29, 2014 ROCKWELL CITY — Republican state Senate hopeful Tim Kraayenbrink pledged Thursday evening to be a smart steward of taxpayers’ money if he is elected. more »»

The Salvation Army builds nursery with help from grant

August 29, 2014 A recent renovation has led to the creation of a new nursery at The Salvation Army Temple in Fort Dodge. more »»

Mork is new W.C. police chief

August 29, 2014 WEBSTER CITY — Sgt. Shiloh Mork has been appointed to the position of Webster City chief of police, according to a press releas. more »»

Road cone roundup

August 28, 2014 Location: Streets throughout the city. Type of work: Repaving. Contractor and cost: Fort Dodge Asphalt Co. more »»

Football kick-off canceled

August 28, 2014 Due to impending bad weather, The Greater Fort Dodge Growth Alliance, Iowa Central Community College, Fort Dodge Senior High and St. more »»

La' James accused of fraud

August 28, 2014 The Iowa Attorney General's Office has filed a lawsuit against La’ James International College, alleging the cosmetology school engages in deceptive, omissive and unfair practices. more »»

Unbolted dryer led to prisoner escape

August 28, 2014 The two inmates who escaped from the Webster County Jail on Aug. 21 escaped by moving an unsecured dryer while they were doing laundry. Since the escape, the dryer has been bolted to the floor. more »»

Supreme Court to review Tyler case

August 28, 2014 The Iowa Supreme Court will review the case of the woman convicted of drowning her newborn son in a Fort Dodge hotel room in 2011. more »»

Webster County Crime Stoppers logs 500th tip

August 28, 2014 A milestone was reached Wednesday after Webster County Crime Stoppers received its 500th tip through the TipSoft program. The 500th tip was announced by Lt. more »»

Vehicle rolls in crash

August 28, 2014 -Messenger photo by Jesse Major Webster County Sheriff’s Deputy Geoff Miller looks inside a Ford Explorer that rolled into a ditch at 1536 Nelson Ave. at about 1 p.m. Wednesday. more »»

Crane burns in Hardy

August 28, 2014 A crane was destroyed by fire Wednesday morning just east of the Gold Eagle Elevator in Hardy, according to a report from Mike Walker, chief of the Renwick Volunteer Fire Department. more »»

Supreme Court gets input on changing bar exam rule

August 28, 2014 DES MOINES — A proposal that would allow Iowa law school graduates to practice without taking the bar exam would help students pay off debt more quickly and encourage new lawyers to stay in the... more »»



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