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First racial-impact law has modest effect in Iowa

January 22, 2015 IOWA CITY — After a 2007 report showed that Iowa had the nation’s highest disparity for sending blacks to prison, state lawmakers took a novel step: They passed a law requiring analysts to draft... more »»

Public safety head warns employees to behave publicly

January 22, 2015 IOWA CITY — Iowa Department of Public Safety employees must behave professionally in their private lives or face the loss of credibility and potential disciplinary action, the agency’s interim leade... more »»

Ag secretary reacts to nitrates lawsuit

January 21, 2015 ROCKWELL CITY — Iowa farmers were making major efforts to keep nitrogen and phosphorous out of the water long before a lawsuit was threatened, according to Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northe. more »»

Northey: Proposed lawsuit would impact all Iowa farmers

January 21, 2015 SAC CITY — A notice of intent to sue three northern Iowa counties to keep nitrogen and phosphorous out of the water would impact everybody across the state, Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill... more »»

Bringus trial set for March

January 21, 2015 A man scheduled to plead guilty in connection with a stabbing incident from last summer will instead stand trial. more »»

Two SV students taken to hospital after rollover

January 21, 2015 PATON — Two Southeast Valley students were taken to the hospital after their car rolled over on slick roads Tuesday mornin. more »»

A need for speed

January 20, 2015 The former Mineral City Speedway south of Fort Dodge has been purchased by the firm that owns Fort Frenzy, representatives of the business announced Monday mornin. more »»

Hindman faces disciplinary investigation

January 20, 2015 IOWA CITY — An Iowa State Patrol supervisor faced a disciplinary investigation Monday after he joked on Facebook that he wanted a sniper to shoot an ESPN announcer in the head. Lt. more »»

FD moves forward with budget

January 20, 2015 A runway at Fort Dodge Regional Airport will be repaired and resurfaced this year. more »»

Stoneware enthusiasts share collections

January 19, 2015 Members of the Iowa Stoneware Collectors Society filled the Opera House at the Fort Museum with works from their collections Sunda. more »»

Hindman faces disciplinary investigation

January 19, 2015 IOWA CITY — An Iowa State Patrol supervisor faced a disciplinary investigation Monday after he joked on Facebook that he wanted a sniper to shoot an ESPN announcer in the head. Lt. more »»

Shots fired, two arrests

January 19, 2015 Two people are facing charges after two shots were fired, one into a Fort Dodge home, on Saturday morning. Fort Dodge Police responded at about 1:30 a.m. to a fight at 318 Ave. M W. more »»

Lohff helps oversee her hometown Extension

January 19, 2015 SAC CITY — Iowa State University — and its Extension program — has played a large role in Kelsey Lohff’s life. more »»

Old Fort Dodge

January 18, 2015 Downtown Fort Dodge is the site of several historic buildings, such as the Webster County Courthouse that was built in 1902, but many structures that were key elements in the community decades ago... more »»

Manson woman a citizen, at last

January 18, 2015 MANSON — Maria Payne, of Manson, is easy to spot in the video taken at her recent swearing in ceremony to become a U.S. citizen at the Federal Building in Des Moines. more »»

Honor Band is opportunity

January 18, 2015 Tim Miller, seventh- and eighth-grade band director at Humboldt Middle School got some good news from one of his students Saturday morning at the 16th annual Karl King Honor Band at St. more »»

Current events pique frank talk at King event

January 18, 2015 “We need to talk. more »»

Happy trails

January 17, 2015 Trails will be created this year in a now undeveloped section of the Gypsum City Off-Highway Vehicle Park south of Fort Dodge. more »»

U.S. 20 backers plan lobbying efforts

January 17, 2015 SAC CITY — Work on the U.S. Highway 20 expressway project is planned in Woodbury County this year. Much of the construction, however, will not add any miles of four-lane divided highway. more »»

 
 
 

 

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