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Former emergency coordinator may sue

October 27, 2015 DAKOTA CITY — The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors were introduced to Melody Larson, the county’s new emergency management coordinator, at Monday’s board meeting. more »»

Open burning period OK’d

October 27, 2015 Fort Dodge residents will be allowed to burn leaves and other yard waste for nine days, beginning Saturday and ending Nov. 8. more »»

13 days of Halloween

October 26, 2015 -Messenger photo by Hans Madsen The Messenger’s 13 Days of Halloween continues with this display at 215 N 25th St. that features a pair of skeletons keeping watch on the pumpkins. more »»

The call she’ll never forget

October 26, 2015 In nearly three years as a Webster County sheriff’s deputy, Amy Stringer has responded to countless calls for service and help. Some of those calls have stuck with her over the year. more »»

Safer roads

October 26, 2015 EMMETSBURG — For drivers in Palo Alto County, Sheriff Lynn Schultes has some good news: Since April 1, 2014, when his department began the High 5 Program, accidents in the county are down 24 percen. more »»

For kids

October 25, 2015 Many of the visitors to the Linking Families and Communities KIDZMANIA at the Crossroads Mall Saturday did a double take when they noticed something crawling on Joshua Byrne’s shoulder and back at... more »»

Conrad and Thompson square off for FD council seat

October 25, 2015 Voters all across Fort Dodge will pick one at-large member of the City Council during the Nov. 3 election. The candidates are Neven Conrad and Clarice Thompson. more »»

A blitz

October 25, 2015 When Fort Dodge firefighter Nate Conrad went knocking on doors Saturday morning in the Pleasant Valley neighborhood with a group of volunteers, he wasn’t trying to sell anything. more »»

13 Days of Halloween

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Early morning power shutoff planned for FD

October 25, 2015 A planned blackout will impact residents and businesses in part of southern Fort Dodge during the early morning hours of Thursday or Frida. more »»

FD City Council may allow open burning

October 25, 2015 The Fort Dodge City Council will consider temporarily lifting the ban on open burning during its meeting Monday. more »»

Managing waterways

October 24, 2015 What is a watershed management authority? In addition to managing its own watersheds, Webster County belongs to two of those authorities. more »»

Man tries suicide near Kenyon Road Bridge

October 24, 2015 A man apparently tried to kill himself Friday morning by cutting his neck by the Kenyon Road Bridge. more »»

Children’s author visits St. Edmond

October 24, 2015 Diane deGroat, author and illustrator of the Gilbert the Possum preschool series, visited St. Edmond Catholic School Friday. more »»

Spears admits to theft

October 24, 2015 A woman involved in an August theft attempt that led a major search for two suspects throughout eastern Fort Dodge pleaded guilty Friday. more »»

13 Days of Halloween

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Survivor fights for victims

October 23, 2015 “Everything happens for a reason.” That’s what Tiffany Allison told the crowd at the Domestic/Sexual Assault Outreach Center’s annual domestic violence awareness vigil Thursday at St. more »»

Housing, spending addressed

October 23, 2015 Six Fort Dodge City Council candidates offered their thoughts on how to spur the construction of new homes in the community during a Thursday evening forum. more »»

Smoke detector blitz planned

October 23, 2015 Fort Dodge residents who don’t have working smoke detectors will get the opportunity to have them personally installed by firefighters during a smoke detector blitz Saturda. more »»

Public library open house is Wednesday

October 23, 2015 Fort Dodge Public Library’s annual fall open house is Wednesday. “It’s about our 15th year now to have it,” Laurie Hotz, youth services director, said. more »»



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