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Former wrestling coach’s trial continued

August 21, 2015 NEVADA — A former Webster City wrestling coach accused of assaulting a man will now stand trial in September. Ted Larson, 50, of Webster City, is now set to stand trial on Sept. 15. more »»

Firms vow to add Iowa jobs to manage Medicaid program

August 21, 2015 IOWA CITY — The big health insurance companies picked to manage Iowa’s $4. more »»

His last sermon

August 20, 2015 Humor guides his message every Sunday. Each sermon he preaches starts with laughter. Congregation members used to this approach will have to accept a change soon because the Re. more »»

Casey's robber sought

August 20, 2015 A suspect is being sought in an armed robbery at the Casey's on Second Avenue North early this morning. The unidentified suspect, who was armed with a handgun, robbed Casey's, 2206 Second Ave. N. more »»

Otho-Kalo Community Center opens

August 20, 2015 OTHO — An old church has a new use for the newer part of its building. more »»

In Gowrie, local grocery store hopes for support

August 20, 2015 jsutter@messengernews.net GOWRIE — The future of Gowrie’s grocery store appears uncertain. more »»

Citizens invited to apply for fall academy

August 20, 2015 Local citizens with an interest in getting an indepth look at public safety agencies is being encouraged to apply for the Fort Dodge/Webster County Citizen’s Academy. more »»

Restaurant owner Bob Zakeer dies

August 20, 2015 Bob Zakeer, who, along with his wife, Marie, owned a popular downtown Fort Dodge restaurant for decades, has died. He died Monday in the Paula . more »»

St. Edmond updates its science, math curriculum

August 20, 2015 St. Edmond Catholic School is making changes to its curriculum ahead of the coming 2015-16 year. Among the areas being updated are math and scienc. more »»

Yes, it’s wet

August 19, 2015 Rainfall Tuesday caused some flooding on Webster County roads, but overall the precipitation didn’t have a major impact on the are. more »»

Citizens want to take back FD

August 19, 2015 More than 2,000 Fort Dodge residents are looking to take back their community and find ways to make the city a safer place. more »»

Three landfill projects move forward

August 19, 2015 Three major projects at the regional landfill and recycling center are scheduled to have contracts awarded on Sept. 15. more »»

TIF to be used for Gowrie road repair

August 19, 2015 Tax Increment Financing can be used to help pay for roads in Gowrie that have been hit by heavier traffic from the POET Biorefinery plant. more »»

Planning for the future of FD

August 19, 2015 Fort Dodge business owners had a chance to give feedback to planning consultants for the Fort Dodge Comprehensive Plan during a lunchtime meeting Tuesday. more »»

Mosley sought in shooting case

August 19, 2015 A suspect is being sought in connection with a shooting Monday in Fort Dodge, police reported. more »»

King touts role of Iowa in presidential election

August 19, 2015 Iowans, even those who may already be weary of campaign ads and telephone polls, ought to take pride in the role they play in picking the president, according to U.S. Rep. Steve King. more »»

Then came the rain

August 18, 2015 OTHO — A leaky roof has led to major problems at the Webster County Museum in Otho. In short, volunteers say, they need a new building. more »»

Residents seek to better FD

August 18, 2015 More than 2,000 Fort Dodge residents are looking to take back their community and find ways to make the city a safer place. more »»

Council OKs intersection job

August 18, 2015 A busy Fort Dodge intersection will be rebuilt by the end of next year under a contract awarded Monday by the Fort Dodge City Council. Wicks Construction, of Decorah, will be paid $3,313,34. more »»

 
 
 

 

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