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Back to school with the FBI

April 6, 2015 Back in January, Fort Dodge Assistant Police Chief Roger Porter went back to schoo. more »»

Hundreds of kids, thousands in candy

April 5, 2015 More candy and kids than ever before filled Dodger Stadium Saturday for the Fort Dodge Moose Lodge’s annual Easter egg hun. more »»

Deferred judgment allows reforms

April 5, 2015 When people are convicted of criminal charges, it’s likely that the charge will appear on their criminal record for the rest of their life. more »»

McNeil flown to Des Moines after assault

April 5, 2015 A Fort Dodge man has been taken to a Des Moines hospital after being injured in a fight. Flower McNeil, 26, of Fort Dodge, was taken to an unnamed Des Moines hospital Saturday morning. more »»

To the rescue

April 4, 2015 DAYTON — The Dayton Rescue Squad is looking for a few good volunteers — in particular those who are or are willing to become certified Emergency Medical Technicians. more »»

Paramedics bring advanced care to Pocahontas

April 4, 2015 POCAHONTAS — A level of lifesaving care that once was found only in a hospital emergency room is now available throughout the Pocahontas area because the hospital there has upgraded its ambulance... more »»

Green guilty of second-degree murder

April 4, 2015 BOONE — John David Green was convicted of second-degree murder by a Boone County jury shortly after noon Friday. more »»

FOD walk will be April 14

April 4, 2015 Nobody wants a field full of old plastic bags. more »»

Green: ‘I was in fear’

April 3, 2015 BOONE — Jurors have begun their deliberations in the first-degree murder trial of John David Gree. more »»

Green guilty of second-degree murder

April 3, 2015 John David Green has been convicted of second-degree murder in the death of Mark Koster. Green, 55, of Blairsville, Georgia, killed Koster, 58, of Sac City, in June 2009. more »»

Sexton truck wash change advances

April 3, 2015 A proposal from a local lawmaker that would change the way livestock truck wash facilities are regulated has won approval from a Senate committee, and remains alive for debate for the remainder of... more »»

ELL students learn English — so they can learn

April 3, 2015 CLARION — Learning a new language isn’t easy, but taking classes in a foreign language is even more difficult. more »»

At FDSH, new outreach

April 3, 2015 A new support group at Fort Dodge Senior High is providing outreach for students in need. more »»

Jefferson offers tour of available buildings

April 3, 2015 JEFFERSON — Jefferson is hosting a tour of available buildings. Tours are from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 16 and April 18. They begin and end at Jefferson Matters, 101 E. Lincoln Way, Jefferson. more »»

Staying in tune

April 2, 2015 Fort Dodge Middle School music teachers want to provide an opportunity for every student to try music, but that is becoming increasingly difficult. more »»

Green takes the stand in his defense

April 2, 2015 John David Green took the stand in his own defense Thursday mornin. more »»

Jurors see Green’s videotaped interview

April 2, 2015 BOONE — John David Green admitted he killed Mark Koster. Green, 55, made the admission during a 2014 videotaped interview in Florida with Sac City police officers. more »»

Fort Dodge, Carroll bands will open for Boston

April 2, 2015 Local bands Brutal Republic and King of the Tramps will share the stage with Boston at Shellabration on June 26. more »»

Burn ban possible if local weather stays dry

April 2, 2015 Firefighters in Webster County have fought three blazes this week that began when someone tried to use fire to get rid of debris or brush. more »»

Recreating a tradition

April 2, 2015 St. Edmond Catholic School held its Living Stations performances Wednesday. more »»



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