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Spring Cleanup Days begin

April 23, 2015 Spring Cleanup Days are the last two Wednesdays of April and the first two Wednesdays of May, according to the following schedule: Wednesday: North of Second Avenue North and east of 15th Street,... more »»

ReStore salvages from 1881 home

April 22, 2015 Today may be Earth Day, but Twin Rivers ReStore relies year-round on being Earth-friendly. more »»

Crosstown connector construction gears up

April 22, 2015 Another section of First Avenue South in downtown Fort Dodge closed to traffic Tuesday as work continues on the crosstown connector project. more »»

Watson Lentsch lawsuit settled

April 22, 2015 A former director’s lawsuit against the North Central Iowa Regional Solid Waste Agency appears to be settled, though the details of the settlement were not yet made available. more »»

Jensen back to being mayor

April 22, 2015 HUMBOLDT — Humboldt Mayor Walter Jensen returned to office Monday afternoon after taking a two-month leave of absence. “I had too much stuff going on,” Jensen said Tuesday. more »»

Waste Agency investigates ongoing liquid waste issues

April 22, 2015 The North Central Iowa Regional Solid Waste Agency continues to investigate the mystery of excess solids in its liquid wast. more »»

Rail spur is moving forward

April 22, 2015 A proposed rail spur at Webster County’s ag/industrial park that was awarded a $1.6 million loan last year is moving forward. more »»

Webster County approves new computer storage proposal

April 22, 2015 By JOE SUTTER A virtual storage upgrade for the county will cost $6,000 less than it would have a few years ago, according to Webster County IT Director Andy McGill. more »»

New SSMID board members elected

April 22, 2015 Leaders of a downtown Fort Dodge group decided Tuesday to support a decorating project that will coincide with RAGBRAI this summer. more »»

Engineer: First Avenue North completion nears

April 22, 2015 Work on First Avenue North in downtown Fort Dodge is expected to be done by mid-May, according to a city official. more »»

FDPD conducts drug search

April 22, 2015 Two search warrants executed Monday in Fort Dodge led to a number of illegal drugs being seized by investigators. The warrants were served by the Webster County Drug Task Force at 10:30 a.m. more »»

Humboldt discusses popcorn stand

April 22, 2015 HUMBOLDT — Ownership of a popcorn stand in downtown Humboldt is a mystery. more »»

AAUW fights for women’s rights

April 22, 2015 ALGONA — Working toward equal pay for all women is the Algona chapter of the American Association of University Women. more »»

Music of protest

April 21, 2015 Throughout history, black Americans have used music as a way to peacefully protest systematic oppression. more »»

Drug investigation leads to arrest

April 21, 2015 A lengthy drug investigation has led to the arrest of a woman on a probation violation charge. more »»

Dayton Rodeo suit dropped

April 21, 2015 DAYTON — A lawsuit filed against the Dayton Rodeo has officially been dismissed. more »»

Kaleb Lenning admits to theft, extortion

April 21, 2015 HUMBOLDT — A Humboldt man once charged with robbery has admitted his role in two crimes from December. more »»

Lehigh firefighters to start ambulance service

April 21, 2015 LEHIGH — The all-volunteer Lehigh Fire Department will begin providing ambulance service later this year. more »»

Lehigh council to fill two vacancies by appointment

April 21, 2015 LEHIGH — Two people will be appointed to fill vacancies on the Lehigh City Council for the remainder of this yea. more »»

Gowrie residents voice opinions on trash hauling

April 21, 2015 GOWRIE — Gowrie residents voiced opinions over a proposal to replace local trash haulers with a less expensive company from Carroll at the Gowrie City Council meeting Monday nigh. more »»



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