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Digging out

February 2, 2015 By JESSE MAJOR As snow continued to pour down Sunday, residents in Webster County were forced to dig themselves out if they wanted to go anywher. more »»

Fans in any weather

February 2, 2015 Fort Dodge bars weren’t as packed as usual with football fans this Super Bowl Sunday, but some still braved the snow to watch the game. more »»

SWG, PV vote is Tuesday

February 2, 2015 BURNSIDE — Southeast Webster Grand and Prairie Valley community school districts are holding a special election Tuesday to renew and increase their Physical Plant and Equipment Levy. more »»

Volunteering a valuable service

February 2, 2015 In a corridor near the gift shop at Trinity Regional Medical Center, a large plaque recognizes the volunteers who serve the hospital in numerous way. more »»

Some Iowans to face new premiums for Medicaid

February 2, 2015 DES MOINES — As Iowa’s modified Medicaid expansion hits the one-year anniversary mark, some enrollees will be asked to pay small monthly premiums because they have not yet completed a required... more »»

Racing around Algona

February 1, 2015 ALGONA — For Travis Kaltved, of Estherville, the lack of snow on the ice of Smith Lake near the Water’s Edge Nature Center was actually an advantage as he raced his ATV in the North Iowa Off Road... more »»

FD residents asked to join in planning, meetings

February 1, 2015 Fort Dodge officials want to hear what residents have to say about the community as they begin developing a new comprehensive plan to guide future growth. more »»

FD council to consider land buy, budgets

February 1, 2015 A meeting with a short agenda of regular business and a long list of budget workshops awaits the Fort Dodge City Council on Monday. The council’s regular business meeting will begin at 5 p.m. more »»

A bridge delayed

January 31, 2015 HUMBOLDT — The project to replace the Sumner Avenue Bridge, which crossed the Des Moines River on the west end of downtown Humboldt, has suffered delays in construction that have moved the expected... more »»

Parking ban will go into effect

January 31, 2015 Due to the impending snow storm, residents are reminded that a parking prohibition will automatically go into effect on all emergency snow routes when there has been an accumulation of snow and ice... more »»

Fire Department at the Laramar

January 31, 2015 The Fort Dodge Fire Department is on the scene at the Laramar, 710 First Ave. N., in response to a fire alarm. Smoke was seen coming out of the building. more »»

Robbery charge against Altman dropped

January 31, 2015 A robbery charge against a Fort Dodge man has been dismissed after new evidence was discovered. more »»

Carjack suspect arrested

January 31, 2015 SAC CITY — A carjacking suspect from Alta was caught in Sac City after leading deputies on a pursuit through town. James J. more »»

Kerns on leadership, Coach Thomas

January 31, 2015 Al Kerns, a former teacher and coach at Aplington-Parkersburg High School, spoke with Fort Dodge Middle School students Friday about leadership, emotional control and his friendship with Coach Ed... more »»

State of the City

January 30, 2015 Teamwork and planning have made Fort Dodge a growing community that’s poised for future developments, Mayor Matt Bemrich said Thursday morning during his annual State of the City Address. more »»

Robbery charge against Altman dismissed

January 30, 2015 A robbery charge against a Fort Dodge man has been dismissed after new evidence was discovered. more »»

Mayor speaks at major can maker

January 30, 2015 Fort Dodge Mayor Matt Bemrich gave his annual State of the City Address Thursday morning at a plant that produces many of the food cans found in local stores and kitchens. more »»

Altman charged in bar robbery

January 30, 2015 A suspect in the robbery of a bar owner at his business has been arrested by Fort Dodge police. Daquan L. more »»

Supervisors wrap up budget talks

January 30, 2015 A potential new road maintenance building, more money for veterans’ funerals, and a year of fewer large capital projects were among the many topics at the final budget meeting held by the Webster... more »»



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