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FD resident concerned about assessments

September 3, 2014 Mike Dutcher, of Fort Dodge, addressed the Webster County Board of Supervisors with concerns about assessment rates. more »»

Marching through Dayton

September 2, 2014 DAYTON — A little rain couldn’t dampen spirits in Dayton; the parade went on. Dayton and the surrounding communities celebrated Labor Day and the Dayton Rodeo on Monday. more »»

Trott jury seated

September 2, 2014 CLARION — Opening statements in the first-degree murder trial of Corey Trott are scheduled for Wednesday morning after jurors were seated Tuesday afternoo. more »»

Storm effects light in FD

September 2, 2014 Strong winds and heavy rain left about 2,000 MidAmerican Electric customers in Webster County without power Sunday night. However, power was restored to all customers by about 1 a. more »»

Medical team ready to assist Dayton riders

September 1, 2014 DAYTON — Strong storms put an early end to the Dayton Community Rodeo Sunday night after a tornado warning was issued. The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning around 8:15 p.m. more »»

Rockwell City girl missing

September 1, 2014 ROCKWELL CITY — Investigators in Rockwell City are continuing their search for a 16-year-old teen who has been reported missing. Cassie Simkins, 16, of Rockwell City, was last seen around 2:30 a.m. more »»

Remembering burned church

September 1, 2014 The congregation at Grace Lutheran Church gathered Sunday to honor their roots by inviting charter members of the church to come and speak about their memories. more »»

Daggy provides mobility around the world

September 1, 2014 Over the last 10 years, Dale Daggy has volunteered more than 4,250 hours at the Hope Haven International Ministries wheelchair shop in Fort Dodge at 1111 Fourth Ave. N. more »»

80-year-old jumps again

August 31, 2014 Janice Parker first tempted fate 20 years ago when she made a tandem skydive jump during the Dollar Daze Couch Freak Boogie at the Fort Dodge Regional Airport. more »»

Tornado warning in effect for southern Webster County

August 31, 2014 A tornado warning in effect for southern Webster County until 9 p.m. more »»

Trott trial to start

August 31, 2014 CLARION — The man accused of shooting and killing a Rockwell City police officer almost a year ago is set to stand trial beginning Tuesday in Clarion. more »»

Polka appreciation starts when young

August 31, 2014 HUMBOLDT — Polka gets in the blood when you’re young. Just ask Phillip Brueggen. A sixth-grader from Cashton, Wisconsin, he’s already adept at spinning a lady about the dance floor. more »»

Folks flock to Fonda Fun Days

August 31, 2014 FONDA — Jill Reis, of Fonda, was among the many folks having fun and being fond of Fonda during the annual Fun Days celebration. more »»

Fun, thrills and spills, all at the Dayton Rodeo

August 31, 2014 DAYTON — For the second night of rodeo action at the annual Dayton Championship Rodeo, nature was much kinder to the hillside covered with seated fans cheering on their favorite cowboys and cowgirl. more »»

Wet and wild

August 30, 2014 DAYTON — It takes more than rain and mud to stop a rodeo. As long as there isn’t any lightning, the show goes on at the annual Dayton Championship Rodeo. more »»

Former student is suing La’James college

August 30, 2014 A Fort Dodge-based cosmetology school accused of consumer fraud by Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller has been sued by a former student who claims it violated a contract with her. more »»

East Sac leader has been there before

August 30, 2014 SAC CITY — A familiar face will be filling in as interim superintendent at East Sac County schools this yea. more »»

Bishop Garrigan launches construction

August 30, 2014 ALGONA — Bishop Garrigan High School has broken ground on its $3 million addition. “It’s the first since the school was originally built in 1959,” Lynn Miller, Bishop Garrigan president, sai. more »»

 
 

 

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