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Group seeks more oversight for pipeline

October 19, 2015 DES MOINES — A group that opposes a proposed oil pipeline across Iowa is asking a federal agency’s regional office to be more stringent in issuing permits to a private company seeking access to... more »»

Iowa autism center expands

October 19, 2015 CEDAR FALLS (AP) — A central Iowa-based autism center has expanded its services in the northeast part of the state, a move one mother says has helped her better communicate with her three-year-old... more »»

The Women

October 18, 2015 Abby Deal was 25 when the breast cancer that had moved to her bones took her life. Her younger sister, Katie Deal, of Fort Dodge, was her primary caretaker in the final months of her life. more »»

More talk on schools certain

October 18, 2015 The Fort Dodge school district has many facility needs to consider. more »»

Starlite robbed by armed men

October 18, 2015 The Best Western Starlite Village Inn & Suites was robbed of an undetermined amount of money at gunpoint early Saturday morning by two suspects in disguise. more »»

At Vintage Market, parting is bittersweet

October 18, 2015 Michelle Riesberg, owner of Old New & Things 2 ReDo in Boone, was hesitant to part with the set of ’70s vintage barrel chairs she had for sale at the Fort Dodge Vintage Market Saturday on the Iowa... more »»

Chief’s home destroyed

October 17, 2015 BURNSIDE — Lehigh Fire Chief Kirk Kelley lost his home in a fire early Friday morning, just 11 days after another Lehigh firefighter’s house burned dow. more »»

Case against Tyler to go forward

October 17, 2015 A judge won’t dismiss the case against a woman accused of killing her newborn baby in a Fort Dodge hotel in 2011. more »»

Scarlet Regiment takes 30th division I rating

October 17, 2015 ALGONA — Algona High School’s marching band won its 30th consecutive Division I rating at the Iowa High School Music Association’s State Marching Band Festival in Fort Dodge on Oct. 10. more »»

At season’s end

October 16, 2015 According to the notice taped to the door of the shower building, the campground season at John F. Kennedy Memorial Park officially ended at noon Thursday. At about 12:36 p.m. more »»

Community: New Duncombe, same site

October 16, 2015 Duncombe Elementary was the community’s main concern at the Fort Dodge school district’s final information meeting Thursday. More than 50 people attended the meeting at Fort Dodge Middle School. more »»

W.C. fish farm facility purchase

October 16, 2015 WEBSTER CITY — Officials with VeroBlue Farms Inc. more »»

Cats succumb to fire

October 16, 2015 A house on fire was quickly contained by the Fort Dodge Fire Department Thursday afternoon, but firefighters were not able to save all of the family’s pets. The fire at 2704 22nd Ave. N. more »»

Branstad defends health care moves

October 15, 2015 Gov. Terry Branstad defended his decisions to close two state mental hospitals and to privatize the management of Iowa’s Medicaid program during a town hall meeting in Fort Dodge Wednesday afternoo. more »»

Calhoun pipeline disagreement resolved

October 15, 2015 ROCKWELL CITY — The disagreement between Calhoun County and a company seeking to build an oil pipeline across Iowa appears to be ove. more »»

Railroad worker treated for chem exposure

October 15, 2015 An anhydrous ammonia leak at a facility in Sac County resulted in medical personnel being called to treat a railroad crew member for chemical exposure in Webster County Tuesday night. more »»



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