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Woman treated for back injury in aquatic center incident

July 6, 2016 A woman who complained of back pain after coming down a slide at the Rosedale Rapids aquatic center in Fort Dodge Tuesday afternoon was taken to Trinity Regional Medical Center in an ambulance. more »»

Independence Day

July 5, 2016 GOWRIE — Gifted performers from across the state graced the stage at the Betty Nyght Hamilton Bandshell during a Bill Riley Talent Search show Monday that was just part of Gowrie’s Independence Day... more »»

Prestage pork processing coming to Wright County

July 5, 2016 Prestage Foods of Iowa will develop a new, state-of-the-art pork processing plant in Wright County, the county board of supervisors announced this morning. more »»

‘Gotch’ ya

July 4, 2016 HUMBOLDT — An old style of wrestling that emphasizes pins and submissions was brought back to the home of Frank Gotch on Sunday. more »»

Helgevold’s career coming to a close

July 4, 2016 After 23 years with the Fort Dodge Fire Department, Loren Helgevold is retiring this November. It won’t necessarily be easy for him. “Living with these guys for 23 years, it’s kind of hard to leave. more »»

Barn again

July 3, 2016 LEHIGH — Inside a storage building near his shop, Andrew Peterson, owner of Creations of the Heartland, has several stacks of some very old lumber that he salvaged from barns. more »»

Happy early Fourth

July 3, 2016 Fort Dodge fans of Head East headed east to Fort Frenzy Saturday night to hear the classic 1970s band perform in a free concert leading up to the fireworks show. more »»

Saving TaTas, one ride at a time

July 3, 2016 For their 10th year, the Angel Ride organizers are hoping to make it easier than ever to come along for the fun. They’ve added a party bus. more »»

Leave explosives to experts

July 2, 2016 Fireworks have been used to celebrate the independence of the United States for more than 200 years, but they are a high risk way to mark the country’s birth. more »»

Local air service provider expands its fleet

July 2, 2016 Air Choice One, which serves Fort Dodge Regional Airport, is expanding its fleet with the addition of a new aircraft, the company has announce. more »»

St. Edmond Summer Academy offers opportunities to catch up or advance

July 2, 2016 Even though it’s summer break, learning continues at St. Edmond Catholic School. St. more »»

Keep on a rockin’

July 1, 2016 It’s possible that the two people most excited to see the Steve Miller Band perform at Shellabration Thursday night were also named Steve Miller. more »»

Consumer fraud suit settled

July 1, 2016 Fort Dodge-based cosmetology school La’ James International College will forgive $2. more »»

AG finds former assessor shouldn’t be charged

July 1, 2016 There is no basis for charges against a former Webster County assessor who was accused of destroying public documents and refusing to turn over a recording in January, state officials have ruled. more »»

Two FD juveniles convicted of robbery

July 1, 2016 Twin teenage brothers have been convicted of robbery following a trial in Webster County Juvenile Court. more »»

Flywheel opens for fireworks show in FD

July 1, 2016 Fireworks and 1970s rock are all lined up for Fort Dodge’s Independence Day extravaganza this Saturday. more »»

Fort Dodge man sentenced for sexual abuse crimes

June 30, 2016 A Fort Dodge man was sentenced to 65 years in prison Wednesday after pleading guilty to multiple sexual abuse charge. more »»

Changing streets

June 30, 2016 Anyone driving around Fort Dodge can tell that construction season is well underwa. more »»



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