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Local 4-H’ers will exhibit at state fair

August 3, 2014 Webster County 4-H’ers will be participating in the Iowa State Fair with livestock entries, communication entries, and static exhibits that were selected at the Webster County Fair. more »»

6,000 and counting

August 2, 2014 This is likely the first year Shellabration has brought in more than 6,000 people for a night of rock ‘n’ roll. more »»

St. Ed makes Mitchell overall principal

August 2, 2014 Administrative changes are taking place at St. Edmond Catholic School ahead of its 2014-15 year. “We’ve restructured the personnel we have had here into new duties as assigned,” Mary Gibb, S. more »»

Homes found for 35 rescued FD felines

August 2, 2014 Homes have been found for the 35 cats recovered last month after a Fort Dodge woman took them in. The nine dogs removed from the homes at 310 and 312 G St. more »»

ISA, ACWA seek ‘one water approach’

August 2, 2014 OTHO — Edge-of-the field monitoring, bioreactors, oxbow lakes, and land management practices designed to keep nitrogen and phosphorus in row-cropped fields, was the agenda on Friday to show rural an... more »»

Humboldt to consider mayor

August 2, 2014 HUMBOLDT — The Humboldt City Council met for a closed session Friday at 7:30 a.m. regarding Mayor Walter Jense. more »»

Narcisse vows to put Iowans first

August 2, 2014 Jonathan Narcisse, a third-party candidate from Des Moines running for governor against Republican Gov. more »»

At the fair in Kossuth County

August 2, 2014 ALGONA — Taylor Kelly, 10, of Algona, a member of the Lott’s Creek Lassies and Lads 4-H Club, had all she could do to keep her market heifer, Cocoa, where she wanted it during the Beef Show at the... more »»

Blinking yellow arrow

August 1, 2014 The temporary traffic lights that dangled from wires near Menards on Fifth Avenue South in Fort Dodge for nearly a decade have come dow. more »»

Homes found for allegedly neglected animals

August 1, 2014 Homes have been found for the 35 cats a Fort Dodge woman allegedly took in, according to a press release. The nine dogs removed from the homes at 310 and 312 G St. more »»


August 1, 2014 Stores in the Fort Dodge area may be filled today with shoppers ready to expand their wardrobes without giving the state and local governments any more money. more »»

GOP votes to back public defender

August 1, 2014 Joseph McCarville became the Republican candidate for Webster County attorney Thursday evening. more »»

Shimkat to take talent to state level

August 1, 2014 Lisa Shimkat is set to become the statewide director of the Iowa Small Business Development Center later this month, a position in which she will take on new responsibilities to help small businesse... more »»

Tech specialists added in FD schools

August 1, 2014 The Fort Dodge Community School District has added two technology integration specialists to its staff. more »»

Road to recovery

July 31, 2014 LEHIGH — Nine months ago, Emma Kiefer was at Blank Children’s Hospital in Des Moines after being seriously injured in a car accident just outside Callender. more »»

McCarville selected as GOP Webster County Attorney Candidate

July 31, 2014 Joseph McCarville is the Republican candidate for Webster County attorney. Webster County Republican delegates nominated McCarville in a 13-6 vote Thursday night. more »»

Man in FD standoff faces six charges

July 31, 2014 The man facing several charges for Tuesday’s standoff with police made his initial appearance in Webster County Magistrate Court Wednesday. Kristopher L. more »»

Jim Mowrer criticizes King on immigration

July 31, 2014 The actions and inaccurate statements of U.S. Rep. more »»

Pocahontas hears proposal for artistic plan

July 31, 2014 POCAHONTAS — The future of public art in both the city of Pocahontas and the county at large will center on the public spaces around Lizard Lake, according to a conceptual plan presented Wednesday. more »»

At FD schools, Balanced Leadership training benefits teachers, students

July 31, 2014 Fort Dodge Community School District faculty and administrators have spent the past year undergoing Balanced Leadership training. more »»



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