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October 30, 2014 SAC CITY — Scott Feldhans and his sister, Bobbie Wells, had to invest in a new accessory for their Halloween display this year — a mechanical clicker to count the number of visitors who go through... more »»

Webster County Democrats move against Halvorson

October 30, 2014 The Webster County Democratic Central Committee acted Thursday night to break its ties with Rod Halvorson during a session described as an emergency meeting. more »»

ICCC dental mulls FDCF work

October 30, 2014 Iowa Central Community College’s dental hygiene program, now in its eighth year, is pursuing being able to provide services to Fort Dodge Correctional Facility inmates. more »»

City HR leader leaving FD

October 30, 2014 The man credited with establishing professional human resources services within the Fort Dodge city government is resigning to take a job in Minnesot. more »»

Despite poll, Hatch is hopeful

October 30, 2014 State Sen. Jack Hatch knows he faces long odds in his race to be governor. The Democratic candidate trails Iowa Gov. more »»

One week away

October 29, 2014 Webster County Supervisor Merrill Leffler and his opponent, former state Se. more »»

Iowa Home Care under investigation

October 29, 2014 Federal and state agents entered Iowa Home Care offices in Fort Dodge, West Des Moines and Clive Tuesday. more »»

MidAmerican pays $1.1M for road work

October 29, 2014 A concentrated effort to finish repairs on county roads affected by the Lundgren Wind Project is slated to begin today, as Webster County directly takes over management of the repair work from... more »»

Braley: ‘Momentum moving in our favor’

October 29, 2014 Senate hopeful Bruce Braley asked his supporters for just seven more days of hard work to get out the vote at a campaign stop Tuesday. more »»

Bringing the heat to the Farmers Market

October 29, 2014 By DAWN BLISS With chilly winter weather looming, a bit of pepper heat can warm the body from the inside out. more »»

Planners move on Triton Plaza, Josephson projects

October 29, 2014 A planned expansion of a manufacturing facility in downtown Fort Dodge received a boost from the city’s Plan and Zoning Commission Tuesday. more »»

Your tax dollars at work

October 29, 2014 To: Wicks Construction, Decorah For: Work completed on the First Avenue South project. Amount: $3,938 To: Nels Pederson Co. Inc., Badger For: Work completed on the Nature Trail relocation project. more »»

Paving progress

October 28, 2014 Another section of First Avenue South in downtown Fort Dodge will open to two-way traffic today while paving continues on a piece of that same road. more »»

Federal, state agencies investigate Iowa Home Care

October 28, 2014 Federal and state agents entered Iowa Home Care offices in Fort Dodge, West Des Moines and Clive Tuesday. more »»

Air Choice One picked for FD flights

October 28, 2014 Commercial flights will return to Fort Dodge Regional Airport in the form of planes from Air Choice One, following a federal order announced Monday. more »»

Sewer bills may rise by $15 in FD

October 28, 2014 The monthly bills for sanitary sewer service in Fort Dodge would go up by $15 over three years to pay for various improvements under a plan being considered by the City Counci. more »»

Burn ban to be suspended

October 28, 2014 Fort Dodge residents will be able to burn yard waste for nine days beginning Saturday as a result of City Council action. more »»

Harkin honored in Fort Dodge

October 28, 2014 City, state and college officials praised U.S. Sen. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, on Monday for his support of the Fort Dodge during his years in Congress. more »»

FD school board tours middle school modular lab

October 28, 2014 The Fort Dodge Community School District board held its regular meeting Monday at Fort Dodge Middle School. While there, board members and district staff were given a tour of the school’s modular lab. more »»

Officials: No health hazard at houses

October 28, 2014 A pair of Fort Dodge houses in which authorities found 35 cats and nine dogs this summer no longer present a health hazard, city officials have concluded. more »»



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