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To Harcourt with anticipation

May 27, 2016 HARCOURT — Three girls, a world away from their homes, have been living on the same block in a small town in Iowa for nine months. more »»

Three want to be sheriff

May 27, 2016 WEBSTER CITY — More than 100 people attended a candidate forum Thursday night hosted by The Daily Freeman-Journal. It featured five candidates who are on the June 7 primary ballot in Hamilton Count. more »»

Back to Dayton

May 27, 2016 DAYTON — A familiar face will soon be patrolling the streets of Dayton again. more »»

Airport progresses with apron project

May 27, 2016 The Fort Dodge Regional Airport Commission is moving ahead with its plans to reconstruct the general aviation apron. more »»

Crime Stoppers to use new video to help group’s mission

May 27, 2016 Webster County Crime Stoppers has a new tool to help educate the public about the group and its mission to make the community safe. more »»

Last day this year

May 27, 2016 Community Christian School celebrated the end of the school year Thursday with awards, families and fun. “We had a great year, a lot of fun things,” Lisa Goedken, CCS administrator, said. more »»

Old Engines return to Dayton

May 27, 2016 DAYTON — For fans of old engines, hotrods, modern Jeeps, and history, the fifth annual Old Engines Day has something to offer at the Dayton Light and Power Plant in downtown Dayton. more »»

Living history

May 26, 2016 History came alive at St. Edmond Catholic School Wednesda. more »»

Frontier drops weekly racing

May 26, 2016 Frontier Sports Park announced Wednesday that it will no longer operate as a weekly racing venue, effective immediately. more »»

Local lawmakers vow to keep an eye on Medicaid managers

May 26, 2016 The three managed care companies that recently took over administration of Iowa’s Medicaid program are being carefully watched, according to some area lawmakers. more »»

Another office calls for pipeline scrutiny

May 26, 2016 A state archeological official has called for a more indepth assessment of a proposed oil pipeline in Iowa. Native American tribes have not been sufficiently consulted on the $3. more »»

Fire crews respond to CO leak

May 26, 2016 No injuries were reported following a carbon monoxide leak in Fort Dodge Tuesday night. The Fort Dodge Fire Department responded to 526 Second St. N.W. more »»

Roots and wings

May 26, 2016 WEBSTER CITY — Trees were planted Wednesday in honor of two Pleasant View Elementary kindergarteners who died during the 2015-2016 school year. more »»

UnityPoint transitions veteran care to VA

May 26, 2016 UnityPoint Clinic — Veterans Administration will transition the business operations of the Fort Dodge VA clinic to VA Central Iowa Health Care System effective Dec. 1. more »»

New life, new service

May 25, 2016 WEBSTER CITY — The Hamilton County office of the Department of Human Services will be moving down the street to a new space soon, following action taken by the Hamilton County Board of Supervisors... more »»

Weekly races suspended at Frontier Speedway

May 25, 2016 Frontier Sports Park has announced it will no longer operate as a weekly racing venue, effective immediatel. more »»

Opportunity Village seeks support

May 25, 2016 If funding can be found, Opportunity Village will start a support group for families of children with autism by this fall. more »»

FD, EPA seal deal on water plant risk violation

May 25, 2016 A settlement announced in March to resolve a federal environmental violation at the Fort Dodge water plant was signed May 10, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. more »»

FD woman faces charges after fracas downtown

May 25, 2016 A Fort Dodge woman is facing multiple charges after she allegedly tried fleeing from police after being reported for causing a disturbance. more »»

Supervisors hear sinkhole update

May 25, 2016 By JOE SUTTER A sinkhole near the city limits of Fort Dodge may require crews to drill into the ground to stabilize it, the Webster County Board of Supervisors heard Tuesday. more »»



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