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Nursing facility firm to pay $415K

August 14, 2015 GOWRIE — A chain of nursing facilities, which includes Gowrie Care Center, has agreed to repay $415,044.46 in federal money to resolve allegations of Medicaid overpayment. more »»

Overall, it’s all about the fun

August 14, 2015 DES MOINES — Clay Freimuth waited two and a half hours for a chance to show off his last pig Thursday afternoon at the Iowa State Fair. more »»

Patton held on bond

August 14, 2015 A man who allegedly showed a knife while shoplifting from Walmart has been ordered held on bond. Justin Patton, 34, of Melbourne, has been charged with second-degree robbery and fifth-degree theft. more »»

CCS finds need to expand preschool

August 14, 2015 Community Christian School has expanded its preschool program for 3-year-olds. “There’s been quite a need for a 3-year-old program,” Lisa Goedken, CCS administrator, said. more »»

Honored

August 13, 2015 Area 4-H’ers who have dedicated their lives to the organization will be inducted into the 4-H Hall of Fame during the Iowa State Fair. The ceremony is Aug. 23 at the Iowa State Fairgrounds. more »»

Grant to pay for taxiway

August 13, 2015 A taxiway at the Fort Dodge Regional Airport will be getting some improvements later this year with the assistance of a Federal Aviation Administration grant. more »»

Grant to pay for taxiway

August 13, 2015 A taxiway at the Fort Dodge Regional Airport will be getting some improvements later this year with the assistance of a Federal Aviation Administration grant. more »»

Pipeline survey can’t be blocked

August 13, 2015 PILOT MOUND — A judge has ordered a Boone County man to allow an oil pipeline company access to his land in order to complete a land survey, in connection with a proposed pipeline that will cross... more »»

Three seek FD council seats

August 13, 2015 Two incumbents and one challenger have filed their nominating petitions for this year’s Fort Dodge City Council election. more »»

Spears pleads not guilty to theft

August 13, 2015 A woman accused of shoplifting at Walmart with a man who allegedly pulled a knife on an employee has pleaded not guilty. more »»

Man allegedly wields knife at Walmart

August 12, 2015 Two people suspected of shoplifting were arrested after one of them allegedly displayed a knife when approached by an employee at Walmart late Tuesday morning, according to polic. more »»

Boil advisory issued for Fenton

August 12, 2015 FENTON - The Iowa Department of Natural Resources has issued a boil advisory for Fenton in Kossuth County. The advisory was issued due to routine cleaning and inspection of the water towe. more »»

Duncombe Elementary being relocated amid building safety concerns

August 12, 2015 Duncombe Elementary’s 350 students will attend classes in the former Fair Oaks Middle School building this fall due to structural concerns recently discovered at the elementary building. more »»

New traffic patterns coming

August 12, 2015 Vehicles will soon be able to travel in two directions on a pair of residential Fort Dodge streets that have been limited to one-way traffic for decades. more »»

No word yet on Webster pipeline conflict

August 12, 2015 A resolution adopted by Calhoun County, which has drawn the ire of a company seeking to build an oil pipeline across Iowa, has a twin in Webster County. more »»

Coleman sewer rumors addressed

August 12, 2015 A tentative agreement controlling a new waste line from the landfill will likely be ready by next week. more »»

Construction efforts underway

August 12, 2015 Work has begun on Marian Home and Village’s multimillion dollar remodeling and construction project. more »»

Iowa Central ‘tracking behind’ on enrollment increase for fall semester

August 12, 2015 Iowa Central Community College is “tracking behind” on an enrollment increase for this fall. more »»

Two collide

August 12, 2015 more »»

 
 
 

 

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