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March 13, 2014 DAYTON — Matt Johnson, owner of the Iron Saddle Saloon, got some good news Wednesday morning just a bit before 11 a.m. more »»

Words to live by

March 13, 2014 Iowa Central Community College, with the Iowa Department of Education, hosted a Diversity Conference at its Bioscience and Health Sciences Building Thursday. more »»

FD estimates $52M budget for 2014-15 school year

March 13, 2014 The Fort Dodge Community School District approved its 2014-15 year budget estimate Monday. The district anticipates having $52,710,435 in revenue and $52,706,065 in expenditures. more »»


March 13, 2014 SAC CITY — A giant auditorium from the early 20th century has succeeded in gaining Sac City national recognition. more »»

Fire destroys grain elevator

March 13, 2014 LUVERNE — A 1950s-era wooden grain elevator was destroyed by fire early Wednesday morning at the NEW Cooperative complex in LuVerne. more »»

Joelson abruptly leaves Laurens- Marathon

March 13, 2014 LAURENS — The Laurens-Marathon school district finds itself without a superintendent. more »»

Agencies ready for sTEP

March 13, 2014 Local law enforcement agencies are preparing to step up their patrols for an exercise that aims to both stop accidents and educate drivers. more »»

Pocahontas emergency leader resigns

March 13, 2014 POCAHONTAS — The emergency management director and 911 coordinator in Pocahontas County is resigning to take a job in the private sector. more »»

Bull’s-eye for Blues

March 12, 2014 HUMBOLDT — There’s a new team aiming for bull’s-eyes in the Two Rivers Pistol League this year and nothing at all their name to indicate who they are. They call themselves, “Humboldt Blue. more »»

FD airport leaders ask feds for more time

March 12, 2014 The Fort Dodge Regional Airport Commission is asking federal officials to allow more time for public comment on proposals from two airlines vying to serve the community. more »»

Muffler Center to remain open on corridor

March 12, 2014 Some buildings may start coming down this month to make way for a new strip mall near Fifth Avenue South and 29th Street in Fort Dodge, but muffler work will continue in a shop there until September... more »»

Supervisors consider dust, drainage issues

March 12, 2014 The Webster County Board of Supervisors approved dust control permits, approved some scheduled employee pay increases and held a drainage meeting for a large project in a joint Webster-Calhoun... more »»

ICCC board approves budget estimate

March 12, 2014 The Iowa Central Community College board of trustees approved a budget estimate for its 2014-15 year Tuesday. more »»

Pork producers stress advocacy

March 11, 2014 With fewer county pork boards now active in Iowa, involvement and advocacy are more important than ever, according to the speakers at the annual Webster County Pork Producers banquet Monday night. more »»

FD council passes FY 2015 budget

March 11, 2014 A roughly $73 million budget for Fort Dodge that essentially maintains services at current levels was approved by the City Council Monda. more »»

Buffalo Wild Wings plans FD location

March 11, 2014 Buffalo Wild Wings and Frito-Lay are coming to Fort Dodge. more »»

Getting an earful at post

March 11, 2014 STANHOPE — They came to listen and got an earfu. more »»

Mid-Iowa wins towing contract

March 11, 2014 A new towing company will be responding whenever Fort Dodge police officers need a vehicle hauled away. more »»

FD school board approves two roof replacement projects

March 11, 2014 The Fort Dodge Community School District board unanimously approved bids for two roof replacement projects Monday. Four bids were received for Fort Dodge Senior High’s roof replacement. more »»



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