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Algona RSVP has new director

November 21, 2014 ALGONA — Dawn Bernhard is the new director of the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program in Algona. Bernhard began in October, and works part time in the position. more »»

Moving day

November 20, 2014 BARNUM — Brian and Katie Norine’s new home was delivered Wednesday morning — right up to what will be its front doorstep. more »»

Humboldt County fire destroys corn stover bales

November 20, 2014 HUMBOLDT - A fire in Humboldt County burned corn stover bales last night in what a local fire chief calls suspicious. The fire happened two miles north of Badger, just over the Humboldt County line. more »»

Parks group approves several increases

November 20, 2014 bshea@messengernews. more »»

FD firefighters apply old tradition to new unit

November 20, 2014 Anyone passing by the Fort Dodge firehouse early Wednesday afternoon may have seen something unusual – a group of firefighters pushing what appeared to be a shiny new ambulance into the building. more »»

Local law enforcement looks to sTEP up holiday week patrols

November 20, 2014 Local law enforcement agencies are teaming up to make sure Iowa drivers are staying safe while on the roa. more »»

Fish ‘rumors’ debunked

November 20, 2014 jkrajewski@freemanjournal.net WEBSTER CITY — “Rumors” regarding fish farming operations coming to Webster City were addressed at a City Council meeting Monday. more »»

Great American Smokeout is today

November 20, 2014 The Great American Smokeout, which is today, grew out of an event in 1974, when the editor of a Minnesota newspaper organized the first D-Day, or Don’t Smoke Day. Two years later, on Nov. more »»

Panel discusses child safety in Dayton

November 19, 2014 DAYTON — A panel of educators, parents and law enforcement personnel discussed ways to improve the safety of children in Dayton Tuesday evening. more »»

Elevator may go up in smoke

November 19, 2014 CALLENDER — An old, unused grain elevator in Callender may meet a fiery demise in a blaze that would be planned in advance and carefully controlled. more »»

Baldridge is new first assistant county attorney

November 19, 2014 Ryan Baldridge was appointed first assistant Webster County attorney Tuesday. The Webster County Board of Supervisors also voted on a $1. more »»

Rodeo trial set for 2015

November 19, 2014 DAYTON — A lawsuit filed by Dayton Rodeo founder Allen Porter against the rodeo will go to trial in November 2015. more »»

Staying out of the cold

November 18, 2014 With temperatures slipping into single digits, it’s not surprising to wake up to a cold Monday morning. more »»

Joy of Reading gives books to children

November 18, 2014 The Joy of Reading gave books away to second-grade students in the Fort Dodge Community School District Monda. more »»

Bryson makes Alford plea

November 18, 2014 A man once charged with attempted murder in connection with a shooting in Pleasant Valley has made an Alford plea in the case. more »»

Humboldt Council applies for CDBG

November 18, 2014 HUMBOLDT — The Humboldt City Council voted to apply for a Community Development Block Grant for housing rehabilitation Monday. The city’s application for the grant was denied last year. more »»

Humboldt sups delay hearing on DD 2

November 18, 2014 DAKOTA CITY — The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors delayed a completion hearing on a drainage improvement in Drainage District 2 southeast of Gilmore City at Monday’s board meeting. more »»

A drop in crime

November 17, 2014 Over the past two years, Fort Dodge has seen a drop in the number of crimes reported to law enforcement. more »»

Paint ‘Frozen’

November 17, 2014 Do you want to paint a snowman? That’s exactly what about 60 kids did Sunday when they painted Olaf the snowman from Disney’s “Froze. more »»

Mosley fed the troops

November 17, 2014 By JOE SUTTER jsutter@messengernews.net In his 23 years of army service, Mike Mosley has been all over the world. Much of that time was spent in a kitche. more »»

 
 
 

 

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