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Cruisin’ classics

October 3, 2016 An annual tradition filled the woods with the thunder of big V-8s Sunday morning. more »»

Hennigar serves, protects Clarion

October 3, 2016 CLARION — Clarion’s Assistant Police Chief Shayne Hennigar, like most smaller community law enforcement officials, wears a number of hats as he works to enforce the city ordinances of Clarion —... more »»

Learning Spanish while they’re young

October 3, 2016 A new after-school program at St. Edmond Catholic School is designed to teach Spanish to younger students. Leah Applebee, a Spanish teacher at St. Edmond, leads the program. more »»

In the Warden

October 2, 2016 A Kansas development company is proposing to remodel the vacant Warden Plaza building in downtown Fort Dodge. But for now it is a vacant shel. more »»

How they would serve

October 2, 2016 Two candidates are vying to replace Webster County Supervisor Clark Fletcher in District 5. more »»

Iowa Central fire science students help out, and train, at Health & Safety Day

October 2, 2016 For most people, the thought of being stuck in a grain bin, even if it’s only for training, can be terrifying. more »»

Citizens helped catch accused robber

October 2, 2016 The woman police say tried robbing a Fort Dodge credit union with a BB gun and fake bomb has been ordered held on bon. more »»

Fort Dodge native pens memoir

October 2, 2016 While growing up in what she called a “really healthy and innocent type of environment,” Fort Dodge native Karen Vogler amused herself with things like visits to the goldfish pond in her... more »»

Fun at Applefest

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At Almost Home

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FD woman charged in robbery attempt

October 1, 2016 A Fort Dodge woman is facing robbery and terrorism charges after she allegedly tried to rob a credit union with a BB gun and a fake bomb Friday afternoon. more »»

Innovation is the key

October 1, 2016 Where there’s economic growth, there’s a need for new housing, especially in Iowa’s rural areas, according to Debi Durham, the director of the Iowa Economic Development Authority. more »»

High praise for Fort Dodge

September 30, 2016 The governor and lieutenant governor had praise for Fort Dodge Thursday during a lunchtime speech at the 2016 Fall Conference of the Professional Developers of Iowa. Gov. Terry Branstad and Lt. Gov. more »»

One arrested after gun incident

September 30, 2016 A person has been taken into police custody after a report of a person with a gun at a Fort Dodge credit union. Nobody was hurt in the incident, according to Fort Dodge Police Capt. Bob Thode. more »»

Head-on collision leaves two seriously injured

September 30, 2016 BARNUM — Two men suffered serious injuries after a head-on collision between a car and truck along Iowa Highway 7 just east of Johnson Avenue Thursday afternoon, according to Trooper Paul Gardner, o... more »»

Officers to receive highest Iowa award

September 30, 2016 Three local law enforcement officers will receive the highest statewide award for peace officers for saving the life of an apparently suicidal man who jumped off a bridge last December. more »»

Man arrested after Thursday pursuit

September 30, 2016 A man who led Fort Dodge police officers on a high-speed chase in and out of city limits was arrested and charged with multiple offenses Thursday, according to police reports. more »»

Gully held on bond

September 30, 2016 A suspect wanted in connection with an 18-month drug and gang investigation made his initial appearance in Webster County Magistrate Court Thursday. more »»

Much to show and tell

September 29, 2016 Fort Dodge has become an impressive example of growth for other areas around the state of Iowa to model, according to Maureen Elbert, executive director of the Kossuth and Palo Alto County Economic... more »»



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