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Webster County 4-H helps kids grow

January 2, 2015 Webster County 4-H in 2014 continued to foster camaraderie and creativity among the county’s youths. more »»

Sworn in

January 2, 2015 The year officially began for Webster County on Friday when officials elected in November were sworn in. more »»

Algona readies to sell Titonka building

January 2, 2015 The Algona Community School District is in the process of selling its Titonka school building to the city of Titonka for $1. more »»

Donated theater system enhances senior center

January 2, 2015 Citizens Central got an early Christmas present this year from Greg’s Custom Shop. Visitors can now sit and watch movies on a 110-inch screen and experience them in Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound. more »»

Merry Mulch

January 1, 2015 The live Christmas trees that were at the center of celebrations over the past month are being stripped of ornaments, lights and tinsel as the holiday season ends. more »»

Two water main breaks reported Wednesday

January 1, 2015 Public works crews were busy Wednesday after two water main breaks were reported in Fort Dodg. more »»

Fun Day

December 31, 2014 Children in first through fourth grade had fun at the 4-H winter-themed Fun Day on Tuesday at the Webster County ISU Extension Service and Outreach office. more »»

Two men reportedly shot at each other

December 31, 2014 Fort Dodge police are seeking information about a shooting that was reported north of downtown Tuesday afternoon. Two men were reportedly shooting at each other outside of 404 N. more »»

Weak batteries victims of cold snap

December 31, 2014 Bitterly cold weather didn’t seem to phase motorists too much Tuesday morning. But some did have problems with their batteries, according to John Williams, owner of Ponderosa Towing. more »»

Sgt. Guthrie retiring from FD Police Department

December 31, 2014 After 14 years of protecting the citizens of Fort Dodge, Sgt. Anita Guthrie has decided to retire. more »»

Supreme Court to hear Hedlund appeal

December 31, 2014 DES MOINES (AP) — The Iowa Supreme Court will hear an appeal in a lawsuit brought by an investigator who was fired after reporting Gov. Terry Branstad’s speeding SUV. more »»

Jorgensen, Cosgrove leaving county positions

December 31, 2014 Tony Jorgensen is retiring from his position as Webster County Emergency Management coordinato. more »»

Fort Dodge to get Chicago flights

December 30, 2014 People flying from Fort Dodge Regional Airport next year will have a choice of destinations: the Windy City or the Gateway Arc. more »»

FDPD investigate reported shooting

December 30, 2014 Officers are investigating a report of a shooting near downtown Fort Dodge Tuesday afternoon. Lt. Matt Wilson said officers responded to a report of two men shooting at each other at 404 N. Ninth S. more »»

St. Edmond bolsters campus security

December 30, 2014 St. Edmond Catholic School has enhanced its campus security. The school already has in place electronic locks with key cards, and this year has added an intercom system, Linda Mitchell, St. more »»

Humboldt County Supervisors respond to union proposal

December 30, 2014 DAKOTA CITY — The Humboldt Supervisors offered their initial bargaining proposals to county union employees at Monday’s board meeting. more »»

McIntyre joins county attorney’s office

December 29, 2014 Brad McIntyre is looking forward to being a part of his hometown’s future. more »»

Flights to Chicago announced

December 29, 2014 Air Choice One announced Monday that it will provide flights from Fort Dodge to Chicago in addition to the already planned flights to St. Louis. more »»

Gas price dips below $2

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