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Painting porcelain canvases

March 22, 2015 HUMBOLDT — For a group of artists in Humboldt, porcelain is their canvas. more »»

Laughter arises when plans go awry

March 22, 2015 When two half-witted drifters roll into the small town of Summit, Alabama, hilarity is bound to ensue. more »»

Lacing up for the JDRF

March 22, 2015 The fourth annual Hy-Vee Half Marathon and 5K Walk/Run for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation will be April 11 along the Fort Dodge trail system. The half marathon will begin at 9 a.. more »»

Indulging in cakes for a cause

March 15, 2015 The staff at the Domestic/Sexual Assault Outreach Center is well underway with planning of their biggest annual fundraiser — the cake auction. more »»

Celebrating family and community heritage

March 15, 2015 CLARE — Known for clover, drinks and Gaelic cheer, St. more »»

Marching on St. Patrick’s Day

March 15, 2015 ALGONA — The 33rd annual Kossuth County St. more »»

Guy-heavy cast brings parable to life

March 8, 2015 Sibling conflict and jealousies threaten to tarnish a special gift when “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” is brought to the stage by the students of St. Edmond High School on March 19-21. more »»

Blues icon to hit local stage

March 8, 2015 The Lizard Creek Blues Society is bringing Grammy-winning blues musician Delbert McClinton to Fort Dodge Saturday. “Delbert is an icon in the blues industry,” said Blues Society President Nate Gibson. more »»

King Band to keep tradition alive

March 8, 2015 The Karl L. King Municipal Band will continue its tradition of performing standards to celebrate the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day. more »»

Making musical connections

March 1, 2015 Audiences may chuckle when the performing arts department at Iowa Central Community College presents “The Drowsy Chaperone” Thursday and Friday at Decker Auditorium, but the students involved derive... more »»

Blurring the traditional concepts of art

March 1, 2015 Social turbulence often results in a challenge to otherwise clearly conceived conceptions. more »»

Classes offered to learn baking, weaving, jewelry

March 1, 2015 WEBSTER CITY — The nonprofit organization Legacy Learning Boone River Valley has scheduled several events during the month of March. more »»

Brightening up Dodge with Broadway hits

February 22, 2015 The Fort Dodge Choral Society is preparing for a concert that is a little bit different. It will take on classic Broadway tunes during its “Neon Lights” concerts Saturday and March . more »»

Having some serious fun

February 22, 2015 It won’t be hard for the 18th annual Webster County Sweetheart Gala to stick to its theme this year. more »»

Girl Scout Cookie sales are underway

February 22, 2015 This year there are even more ways to support local Girl Scouts with the new Gluten-Free Trios — and there’s a new way to buy cookies. more »»

Symphony takes on a challenge

February 22, 2015 Tackling Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony isn’t easy, but Fort Dodge Area Symphony Conductor Joshua Barlage said the symphony is up to the challenge. more »»

Century-old club seeks members

February 15, 2015 A club with a rich history of supporting and celebrating the fine arts is holding an open house Monday in hopes of encouraging new members to join. more »»

Karl L. King band reflects on history

February 15, 2015 The Karl L. King Municipal Band will reflect on the history of Karl King and celebrate the end of World War II during its Feb. 22 concert. more »»

Table for two

February 8, 2015 The owners of Tea Thyme are celebrating their 34th wedding anniversary on Valentine’s Day by catering to a restaurant full of other couples on Saturday. more »»

Night of vino and vinyl planned at Soldier Creek

February 8, 2015 They’ll have the wine — you bring the music. Soldier Creek Winery is inviting the community to its Vineyl Dance on Frida. more »»



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