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Johnson pleads not guilty

September 23, 2014 One of two men who escaped from the Webster County Jail last month has pleaded not guilty. George Johnson, 32, is set to stand trial starting Nov. 4. more »»

Feelhaver launches Kindness and Compassion Club

September 23, 2014 Feelhaver Elementary has launched its Kindness and Compassion Club. more »»

Artisans keep history alive at the Fort

September 22, 2014 The Fort Museum brought history to life Sunday at its Artisan Fall Fest. Artisans forged iron, shot photos with a camera from the 1860s and showed off a phonograp. more »»

Vernon outlines plan for Hatch administration

September 22, 2014 Renewed support for education and a fresh approach to economic development would be the hallmarks of an administration led by Jack Hatch, the Democratic nominee for Iowa governor, his running mate... more »»

Beall, Taha, Neiderbach make their case

September 22, 2014 State Sen. Daryl Beall and the Democratic nominees for auditor of state and Iowa secretary of agriculture spoke to Webster County Democrats Sunday evening. more »»

New library director encourages lifelong learning

September 22, 2014 SAC CITY — Kim Nelsen has loved books her entire life. When she was growing up, she said she spent countless days in her local library reading books by her favorite author, Laura Ingalls Wilder. more »»

Peace rally Sunday

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Peace rally Sunday

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Peace rally Sunday

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Wine and moonshine

September 21, 2014 DAKOTA CITY — Nancy Friedrich, an employee of the Train Wreck Winery in Algona, got to attend the Taste of History Wine Walk at the Humboldt County Historical Museum by defaul. more »»

Early voting starts on Thursday

September 21, 2014 Early voting opens this week for the Nov. 4 General Election — and in Iowa, multiple ways of voting make it easier for everyone to participate, according to Webster County Auditor Carol Messerly. more »»

Parking study, annexation on council agenda

September 21, 2014 A downtown parking study and an annexation proposal that failed previously will be among the issues addressed by the Fort Dodge City Council on Monday. The council’s work will begin at 5 p.m. more »»

Spreading peace, unity

September 21, 2014 Patricia Palton, of Fort Dodge, selected the corner of a large piece of canvas rolled out onto a table at the inaugural Community Peace Rally to add her colorful symbol of peac. more »»

At Gypsum City, partnership leads to trails

September 20, 2014 People who like to explore the outdoors aboard a four-wheeler have another roughly 34 miles of trails to ride on in the newest section of the sprawling Gypsum City Off-Highway Vehicle Park south of... more »»

Dodger Homecoming

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Former reservist goes full time with FDPD

September 20, 2014 Even before he had entered high school, Troy Kleppe knew that he wanted to be a police office. more »»

Anderson frustrated with vote investigations

September 20, 2014 Brad Anderson, Democratic candidate for Iowa secretary of state, stopped by Olde Boston’s Restaurant & Pub Friday to meet with nearly a dozen voters and answer questions. more »»

New imaging introduced at Pocahontas hospital

September 19, 2014 POCAHONTAS — To figure out what’s ailing their patients, doctors sometimes have to see what’s going on inside their bodie. more »»

FDSH Homecoming royalty announced

September 19, 2014 The Fort Dodge Senior High Homecoming king and queen are Caleb Asay and Toryn Pederson. more »»

Out of Los Cabos

September 19, 2014 LOS CABOS, Mexico — At least four Fort Dodge residents were among the thousands trapped in Los Cabos after the area was hit by Hurricane Odile Sunday. more »»



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