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Huckabee

January 24, 2016 Nearly 11 years as the governor of Arkansas helped to prepare him to be president of the United States, Mike Huckabee told a group of Fort Dodge supporters Saturday. more »»

Impact of the school bond

January 24, 2016 If voters approve the Fort Dodge Community School District’s general obligation bond requests on Feb. 2, it will have an impact on taxes. more »»

Action expected on Iowa criminal justice issues

January 24, 2016 Some things must be done to make Iowa’s criminal justice system more equitable, according to a trio of lawmakers serving Webster County who said Saturday morning that they will be working this year... more »»

Koenig to head SBDC

January 23, 2016 The North Central Iowa Small Business Development Center is preparing for a transition as Stefanie Koenig gets ready to take over as its regional directo. more »»

Four accused in Gowrie burglary

January 23, 2016 GOWRIE — Four people have been charged with burglary after each allegedly played a role in a Gowrie break-in early Friday morning. The incident happened at home in Gowrie. more »»

Warehouse demolition to begin Monday

January 23, 2016 The final demolition of a fire ravaged warehouse at 1520 Central Ave. is expected to begin on Monday, according to an announcement from the Fort Dodge Fire Department. more »»

Giving blood

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Operation Warm

January 22, 2016 Mya Kuhn, 5, of Fort Dodge, reached out her hand Thursday evening to Fort Dodge firefighter Tom Ubben who handed her a brand new bright orange coat while kneeling down next to one of the trucks... more »»

Iowa Central aims for new housing

January 22, 2016 Iowa Central Community College is considering construction of more housing for its growing number of students. more »»

Hedlund asks Iowa Supreme Court to allow suit

January 22, 2016 DES MOINES — The Iowa Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a lawsuit brought by a former Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation agent who was fired after complaining about the governor’s speeding... more »»

Bids sought for waste agency consultant

January 22, 2016 The regional landfill south of Fort Dodge will accept bids for a compliance consultant as it moves forward with new leadership this year. more »»

Landfill to host state meeting

January 22, 2016 The regional landfill south of Fort Dodge is expecting growth in the coming year, but not higher fees. This past year also saw the resolution of environmental violations dating back to 2013. more »»

Day 3

January 21, 2016 hmadsen@messengernews.net There’s very little visible inside the main section of the Graham Tire warehouse at 1520 Central Ave. more »»

Reynolds praises county’s successes

January 21, 2016 POCAHONTAS — Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds touted the growth of Pocahontas County during a visit Wednesday afternoon. more »»

Santorum still has fight

January 21, 2016 ROCKWELL CITY — Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum told a group gathered at Pizza Ranch on Wednesday night that he’s a fighter and a winner. more »»

Family Foundations program recognized by state

January 21, 2016 A program serving pregnant women and families just got state recognitio. more »»

Deconstruction

January 20, 2016 The demolition of a Fort Dodge tire warehouse began Tuesday evening, a day after it was gutted in a blaze that sent a huge cloud of black smoke over the city. An excavator from Rasch Construction Inc. more »»

Sanders visits FD, calls for political revolution

January 20, 2016 U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders thanked nearly 200 supporters Tuesday for joining him at the Fort Museum and Frontier Village Opera House on “a beautiful Vermont morning. more »»

School helps students cope with tragedy

January 20, 2016 BOXHOLM — Following a fire that killed a woman and her three children, officials with Southeast Webster-Grand Community School District are helping their students cope with the losses. more »»

Sheriff: Use education to fight underage drinking

January 20, 2016 Education is probably the most important tool in the fight against underage drinking, Sheriff Jim Stubbs said Tuesday. more »»

 
 
 

 

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