Sept. 24, 2007
NEWS: Michael Sharkey, a fourth-grade student at St. Edmond Elementary, was featured in Character Corner.
SPORTS: Carl Edwards won the Dodge Dealers 400.
Sept. 24, 1992
NEWS: Ralph Wagner, of Webster City, was recovering after a lung transplant.
SPORTS: Iowa Central ...
Sept. 23, 2007
NEWS: Eischen Sausage Haus in Whittemore offered traditional specialties.
SPORTS: Heather Johnson and Terry Grove each bowled a perfect game at Ridgewood Lanes.
Sept. 23, 1992
NEWS: Fort Dodge Mayor Michael D. McCarville was named chief executive officer of the Greater ...
Sept. 22, 2007
NEWS: Prince of Peace Preschool revamped its curriculum and classroom.
SPORTS: Southern Cal beat St. Edmond 20-7 in football.
Sept. 22, 1992
NEWS: Construction began at Country Meadows, an independent living community for senior citizens in Clarion.
SPORTS: St. Edmond beat ...
Sept. 21, 2007
NEWS: A groundbreaking was held for a nearly $10 million construction and renovation project at Loring Hospital in Sac City.
SPORTS: Decker Sporting Goods beat the Sentrys 6-4 in Twilight baseball at Patterson Field.
Sept. 21, 1992
NEWS: Bruce Yungclas, of Webster City, ...
Sept. 20, 2007
NEWS: FEMA representatives met with area residents seeking assistance after the August 2007 flooding.
SPORTS: Iowa Central beat Southwestern in volleyball.
Sept. 20, 1992
NEWS: Kay and Wayne Anderson were replacing the underground storage tanks at Anderson’s Standard ...
Sept. 19, 2007
NEWS: The Eagle Grove Community School District was picked for a grant to fund preschool.
SPORTS: Decker Sporting Goods beat the Fort Dodge T-Bolts 14-4 in the Twilight Baseball League at Patterson Field.
Sept. 19, 1992
NEWS: The Rev. John M. Dreyer was the new pastor ...
Sept. 18, 2007
NEWS: The Fort Dodge Community School District Board of Education honored Steve Schwendemann for his 12-year tenure on the board.
SPORTS: The Dodgers took team honors at the Fort Dodge Invitational golf meet.
Sept. 18, 1992
NEWS: The Webster County Habitat for Humanity ...
Sept. 17, 2007
NEWS: Harrison Mayer, a fourth-grade student at St. Edmond Elementary School, was featured in Character Corner.
SPORTS: Iowa Central beat Scott Community College 7-1 in women’s soccer.
Sept. 17, 1992
NEWS: Derek Vorrie, 6, of Fort Dodge, placed second in the Iowa ...
Sept. 16, 2007
NEWS: Elizabeth Edwards stopped in Fort Dodge to support her husband’s presidential campaign.
SPORTS: Fort Dodge won the Jackie Wilde Invitational.
Sept. 16, 1992
NEWS: A 30-foot lighthouse was being built on the shore of Storm Lake as a memorial to philanthropist ...
Sept. 15, 2007
NEWS: Great Bauman and Shirley Southard talked about the work done by the Knit Wits group in Clarion.
SPORTS: Eagle Grove beat Clarion-Goldfield 45-21 in football.
Sept. 15, 1992
NEWS: Ruthven grocer Ron Sanculi talked about his new product, Mad Butcher’s ...
Sept. 14, 2007
NEWS: Farmers Corrugated Solutions in Ruthven was planning to add 116 new jobs.
SPORTS: Fort Dodge beat Boone 102-83 in a girls swim meet.
Sept. 14, 1992
NEWS: The Bobby Jaeschke Memorial Park in Moorland was dedicated.
SPORTS: Fort Dodge’s Dave Rueter won the Iowa ...
Sept. 13, 2007
NEWS: The North Central Correctional Facility held a banquet to honor volunteers.
SPORTS: Iowa Central lost to Indian Hills in volleyball.
Sept. 13, 1992
NEWS: Bob and Marge Taylor, of Duncombe, used old tires to rebuild rubber-covered cornhusk rollers.
Sept. 12, 2007
NEWS: William Kent was re-elected and Craig Jarrard elected to the Fort Dodge Community School District’s Board of Education.
SPORTS: Fort Dodge beat Boone 157-171 in boys golf.
Sept. 12, 1992
NEWS: Howard Busch and Alfred Fett, both of Algona, and Joe Lynch, of ...
Sept. 11, 2007
NEWS: Hydrogen Engine Co., of Algona, shipped its first ammonia-powered engine to a California irrigation system operator for testing.
SPORTS: The Newell-Fonda volleyball team topped Rockwell City-Lytton in four games.
Sept. 11, 1992
NEWS: John Rowles traveled about 850 ...
Sept. 10, 2007
NEWS: Sam Blair, a fourth-grade student at st. Edmond Elementary School, was featured in Character Corner.
SPORTS: UNI beat iowa State 24-13 in football.
Sept. 10, 1992
NEWS: Randy and Cindy Patterson opened Simply Grand in Rockwell City.
SPORTS: The Webster City ...
Sept. 9, 2007
NEWS: Rebecca Scheffler, of Manson, received a bachelor’s degree in management and business administration from the University of Northern Iowa.
SPORTS: The Minnesota Vikings beat the Atlanta Falcons 24-3.
Sept. 9, 1992
NEWS: The Fort Dodge Plan and Zoning Commission ...
Sept. 8, 2007
NEWS: The Iowa Department of Transportation announced that the intersection of U.S. Highway 169 and Wildcat Road/Fourth Avenue Southwest in Humboldt would be a four-way stop.
SPORTS: St. Edmond beat Manson Northwest Webster 41-8 in football.
Sept. 8, 1992
NEWS: Bea and ...
Sept. 7, 2007
NEWS: The YWCA was holding an art exhibit fundraiser called “Fort Dodge Women of Art 1890-1950.”
SPORTS: The St. Edmond volleyball team beat Hampton-Dumont in four games.
Sept. 7, 1992
NEWS: Darwin Rummel marked his 26th anniversary as an auto mechanic.
SPORTS: The ...
Sept. 6, 2007
NEWS: The Catherine Vincent Deardorf Charitable Foundation installed an art piece named “Riversong Anthology” at the Fort Dodge Public Library.
SPORTS: Iowa Central beat Rochester 1-0 in women’s soccer.
Sept. 6, 1992
NEWS: Tom Filloon opened Peerless Home ...
Sept. 4, 2007
NEWS: Pete Holt, of Humboldt, opened a showroom to share his antique cars and gas station memorabilia with the public.
SPORTS: Frank Farmer and Earl Radke won the 3rd Base Bar and Grill 2-person handicap tourney at Lakeside.
Sept. 4, 1992
NEWS: Jack Fischer, of Pomeroy, ...