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MNW students have spent ‘one million minutes’ in school

May 16, 2016 MANSON — Graduates celebrated about 1 million minutes at Manson Northwest Webster during their commencement ceremony Sunday. more »»

Eagle Grove grads ready to ‘be great’

May 16, 2016 EAGLE GROVE — Brian Gonzalez, Eagle Grove High School valedictorian, told his classmates that life won’t get any easier after graduation. But he advised them to take each challenge straight on. more »»

Called to Serve

May 15, 2016 Before Terry Evans, the emergency medical services supervisor at UnityPoint Health — Trinity Regional Medical Center, became a paramedic, he found himself in a situation in which he needed one. more »»

Iowa Central, FDSH bringing back HOSA

May 15, 2016 Fort Dodge Senior High will become a chapter of HOSA — Health Occupation Students of America — starting this fall. more »»

PICA

May 14, 2016 The Fort Dodge Pride in Community Appearance group is celebrating a major milestone. more »»

Shivers charged with homicide by vehicle

May 14, 2016 A Fort Dodge man has been charged with homicide by vehicle after he allegedly crashed into another vehicle last month, causing the death of its driver. more »»

ICCC to offer 1-year culinary diploma

May 14, 2016 Iowa Central Community College’s culinary arts program will now offer a one-year diploma. The program’s first year will emphasize technical skills, while the second year will focus on management. more »»

So grand

May 13, 2016 Foster Grandparents celebrated another year of volunteerism by gathering at Fort Frenzy’s Cardiff Center Thursday. more »»

Shivers charged with homicide by vehicle

May 13, 2016 Leon Shivers has been charged with homicide by vehicle three weeks after the death of a man injured in a car acciden. more »»

Iowa 175 bridge work near Gowrie set for ’18

May 13, 2016 GOWRIE —Two bridges on Iowa Highway 175 near Gowrie will be replaced sometime in 2018. more »»

Time to ride

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Still loving the work

May 12, 2016 Bonnie Calvert, Your Inc. Head Start director, is retiring after 47 years of service. Calvert has been with Fort Dodge’s Head Start program since 1969, and has been serving as director since 1999. more »»

Webster City man, 84, dies when struck by train in Boone

May 12, 2016 BOONE — An 84-year-old Webster City man died after being hit by a train in downtown Boone Tuesday night, according to police. Donald A. more »»

Livermore man dies in pickup accident

May 12, 2016 THOR — A Livermore man is dead after investigators say he suffered a medical incident before crashing his pickup Tuesday morning. The accident happened at 8:56 a.m. more »»

Pipeline firm explains why Iowa work should begin

May 12, 2016 Complaining of “regulatory delays,” Dakota Access LLC has explained why delaying a proposed crude oil pipeline could harm landowners — and claimed further delay may be “contrary to federal la. more »»

More than 1,000 earn Iowa Central degrees

May 12, 2016 While 495 graduates walked across the stage Friday at Iowa Central Community College’s annual commencement, more than 1,000 students actually graduated with a degree during the 2015-16 year. more »»

Learn about opportunities at the Life Expo

May 12, 2016 To help connect people with clubs, volunteer groups, and businesses that help improve the community, Opportunity Village is hosting its second annual Life Expo. more »»

Your Tax Dollars at Work

May 12, 2016 This is a summary of major bills approved for payment by the Fort Dodge City Council on Monday. To: Sweeper Parts Sales, Donval, Quebec, Canada For: Emergency repair parts for a street sweeper. more »»

After the storm

May 11, 2016 LAKE CITY — The date was May 10, 2015. On that day, a Sunday, more than 100 people were in the South Central Calhoun High School auditorium in Lake City attending a senior awards ceremony. more »»

 
 
 

 

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