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Chief, again

April 1, 2016 OTHO — Nicholas Dunbar has worn many hats during his law enforcement career. From 2010 to 2011, he was a member of the Fort Dodge/Webster County Reserves. He was Dayton police chief from 2011 to 2015. more »»

Opponents claim pipeline work has begun

April 1, 2016 Allegations that Dakota Access LLC has started construction of a crude oil pipeline before being given a permit could lead to fines of more than $100,000, if substantiated. more »»

Iowa Tribe seeks apology, has historic preservation concerns

April 1, 2016 A sovereign tribe located in Kansas and Nebraska is demanding an apology from the Texas-based company seeking to build a pipeline across several states including Iow. more »»

‘Homicide’ for a cause

April 1, 2016 Witness a murder and contribute to a good cause. more »»

Lotteries want Dawson lawsuit dumped

April 1, 2016 IOWA CITY — A group of state lotteries has asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a jackpot winner who argues he was shortchanged by millions of dollars because the prior drawing was rigged by... more »»

Wings for Life

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Water quality

March 31, 2016 The water is flowing crystal clear in Badger Creek this time of year. But as more spring rains come, that won’t last. more »»

Hagie joins forces with John Deere

March 31, 2016 CLARION — Hagie Manufacturing has entered into a new partnership with John Deere in an effort to reach more customers. more »»

Webster County races are mostly uncontested

March 31, 2016 Four out of five primary elections will be uncontested this year in the race for Webster County offices. more »»

Local law enforcement honors Des Moines’ fallen

March 31, 2016 As the Des Moines Police Department says goodbye to two officers killed in the line of duty, some of those in attendance at the funerals will be local law enforcement officers. more »»

Northey talks tax credits during Eagle Grove visit

March 31, 2016 EAGLE GROVE — Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey talked about the potential impact of a new tax credit bill recently approved by the Iowa House of Representatives. more »»

In Eagle Grove, students make a difference

March 31, 2016 EAGLE GROVE — Tenth-grade students at Eagle Grove High School used a class project to make a difference in the lives of a mother and her daughter. more »»

Reshaping a park

March 30, 2016 The cliff on the side of the creek in Snell-Crawford Park is a lot less steep than it was six months ag. more »»

Change of heart

March 30, 2016 Bob Singer will seek re-election after all. The Webster County supervisor announced Tuesday he had filed papers to keep his seat on the board. He had previously announced his retirement. more »»

Tab for downtown design features at $558K

March 30, 2016 The Fort Dodge City Council learned more details about gateway features that would welcome visitors to the downtown area at an informational meeting Monday night. more »»

Ag Up Close

March 30, 2016 ROCKWELL CITY —Ask a classroom of South Central Calhoun seventh-grade students how many of them have a dog, and most kids raise their hand. more »»

What to do with the Warden

March 29, 2016 Fort Dodge will provide $20,000 towards a study which it hopes will help revitalize the vacant and deteriorating Warden Plaza downtow. more »»

Singer is running for re-election

March 29, 2016 Webster County Supervisor Bob Singer is running for re-election. Singer had announced he would not seek the seat again after eight years on the board. more »»

60-acre purchase to kickstart housing

March 29, 2016 A plan to develop more than 60 acres for construction of new housing got the OK from the Fort Dodge City Council Monday night. more »»

 
 
 

 

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