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Open burning date set in Humboldt

April 6, 2016 HUMBOLDT — The Humboldt City Council agreed on April 16 as the date for the open burning of landscape waste at Monday’s meeting. more »»

Looking for a few Fighting Angels

April 6, 2016 Fighting Angels Abreast is looking for team members. The Fort Dodge area dragonboat team, comprised of breast cancer survivors, was started 10 years ago. more »»

Home where you make it

April 5, 2016 EAGLE GROVE — In an effort to have new homes in the town and stimulate the local economy, the city of Eagle Grove has a new housing program in place. more »»

Dakota Access fires back, vowing construction hasn’t begun

April 5, 2016 DES MOINES — Texas-based Dakota Access LLC, fired back Monday at opponents who claim it started pipeline construction work before receiving its permit from the Iowa Utilities Board. more »»

DNR’s Gipp outlines outdoors programs

April 5, 2016 Chuck Gipp, the director of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, believes that people just starting their careers are seeking two things. more »»

IUB reviews pre-permit filings

April 5, 2016 DES MOINES — Regulators found no major problems with pre-permit filings for a proposed crude oil pipeline during a review Monday. more »»

Bradgate flooding fix will be cheaper than expected

April 5, 2016 DAKOTA CITY — Fixing Bradgate’s flooding problems may be less expensive than expected, a drainage engineer told the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors Monday. more »»

Branching out

April 4, 2016 Luke Fierke, 8, of Fort Dodge, broke his first board during a tae-kwondo demonstration at Iowa Central Community College’s Focus International Festival on Sunday. more »»

Poppen first recipient of Manson Impact Award

April 4, 2016 MANSON — Marvin Poppen, longtime resident and community leader, was recognized at the annual Manson town meeting Sunday night. more »»

Keeping the records

April 4, 2016 In a law enforcement agency such as the Fort Dodge Police Department, records need to be maintained in regards to those who have been arrested and charged with a crime. more »»

Coming back

April 3, 2016 BURNSIDE — On Nov. 10, 1990, Justine Hemmestad was three months happily married to her husband, Shawn. The couple lived in San Diego, California. On No. more »»

Duncombe demolition expected to begin mid-April

April 3, 2016 The demolition of Duncombe Elementary is set to begin soon. Crews from Dore and Associates, of Bay City, Michigan, arrived at the school site Friday to begin work. more »»

Go Big, Go Dodgers

April 2, 2016 Teachers need resources to provide students with the best education possible. more »»

FDCF warden leaving for Newton

April 2, 2016 Kris Weitzell, the warden at Fort Dodge Correctional Facility, will be moving on after being named the warden of Newton Correctional Facility. Weitzell has been in Fort Dodge since September. more »»

Thode remains, Kitley withdraws in District 3 supervisor race

April 2, 2016 Bob Thode is still in, but Dean Kitley has withdrawn from the Webster County Board of Supervisors race in District 3. more »»

Warrants online

April 2, 2016 Those who are concerned that they may have a warrant for a parking violation or another offense have a simple way to see if they’re being sough. more »»



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