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A little bit country

August 12, 2016 This year Oktoberfest will do something different. Something a little more country. Nationally known country act Sawyer Brown will be the headliner for the annual Oktoberfest celebration Sept. more »»

Volunteers to help clean Pleasant Valley

August 12, 2016 A community clean-up effort will be held Saturday in Pleasant Valley as volunteers work to make the neighborhood look nice. more »»

Skydive

August 11, 2016 ROCKWELL CITY — Gary Sheely made a dramatic entrance to his 40-year class reunion Friday — from 6,000 feet. more »»

Man charged in Eagle Grove fire

August 11, 2016 EAGLE GROVE - A Sioux City man is facing an arson charge after Eagle Grove police said he tried to burn down a house. Luis A. more »»

Voters will be asked to approve $29.5M for college improvements

August 11, 2016 The Iowa Central Community College Board of Directors approved a resolution Monday night asking the voters to approve a $29.5 million general obligation bond. more »»

Homer Martz says his rights were trampled

August 11, 2016 SOMERS — One veteran is now flying his U.S. flag upside down in protest because he says his rights have been trampled on by a company building an oil pipeline between his land and his well. more »»

Thousands raised for ‘kind man’

August 11, 2016 EAGLE GROVE — Henry Shriver, who had been battling ALS since June 2015, passed away Tuesday evening less than a week after a benefit held for him at Sacred Heart Parish Center in Eagle Grove that... more »»

Up and running

August 11, 2016 Dale’s Corner Store has been a fixture of the neighborhood northwest of downtown Fort Dodge for decades. more »»

Mother, daughter recovering after Saturday rollover crash on U.S. 20

August 11, 2016 SIOUX CITY — A GoFundMe page has been set up for Amber Jenkins and her daughter, Brianna Winbolt, both of Sioux City, as they continue to recover from serious injuries sustained in a single-vehicle... more »»

Dog obedience trials start Friday

August 11, 2016 By CHAD THOMPSON cthompson@messengernew. more »»

Minor blaze

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Going forward

August 10, 2016 Phillips Middle School, which is to be developed into an apartment complex, will now feature more interior parking and fewer bedrooms. more »»

Landowners seek to temporarily block pipeline construction

August 10, 2016 Multiple Iowa landowners are seeking to temporarily block construction of the Dakota Access pipeline across their properties until a lawsuit in Polk County District Court is resolved. more »»

Hamilton County eager for Prestage boost

August 10, 2016 WEBSTER CITY — The Hamilton County Board of Supervisors weighed in on the proposed plan to bring a Prestage Farms of Iowa LLC pork processing plant to Wright County, citing the potential for jobs... more »»

Dayton mayor resigns

August 10, 2016 DAYTON — The mayor of Dayton has resigned citing plans to move out of the town. more »»

Bid to fix Webster County building approved

August 10, 2016 The 104-year-old Webster County Courthouse will get a little masonry work done this summer. more »»

Firestone sign stays, will be redesigned

August 10, 2016 A large pole sign, standing at more than 30 feet tall, will remain in place at 304 S 25th St. — a property previously owned by Firestone. more »»

Gabby’s hits the road

August 10, 2016 WEBSTER CITY — Delectable goodies. Cookies. Pastries. These are not items one would expect to find at a massage and health business. Well, expect the unexpected Thursda. more »»

Monument sign OK’d for new Duncombe

August 10, 2016 A new monument sign will accompany the new Duncombe Elementary school, to be located at 615 N. 16th St., when complete. more »»

 
 
 

 

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