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Iowa tornado drill today

March 26, 2014 With spring now underway, people are now awaiting warmer temperatures and the opportunities to spend more time outside. more »»

Shellabration still searching

March 26, 2014 Organizers with Shellabration said they are working hard to secure a headliner for the annual concert, which is held in Fort Dodge early in the summe. more »»

Bigger and better

March 26, 2014 MOORLAND — Tuesday night was moving night for some of the gear at the Moorland Fire Department’s station. It went from the old rescue truck into the compartments of a new one. more »»

Neiderbach seeks auditor’s post in election

March 26, 2014 Jon Neiderbach is promising to ask hard questions about financial management and government efficiency if he’s elected to be Iowa’s auditor of state. more »»

Webster Co. sups process tax credit applications

March 26, 2014 Applications for commercial property tax credits were processed at Tuesday’s meeting of the Webster County Board of Supervisors. more »»

Record crowd attends county beef banquet

March 25, 2014 Have you heard of Schmacon yet? U.S. consumers will soon get a chance to try i. more »»

Dunkin’ Donuts proposal OK’d in FD

March 25, 2014 Dunkin’ Donuts, an AT&T phone store and another yet-to-be-named retailer will be debuting in a new building along Fifth Avenue South in Fort Dodge this fall. more »»

Free day of disposal at landfill ends

March 25, 2014 A once-a-year free dump at the regional landfill south of Fort Dodge will no longer be offered after July 1. more »»

Dearden resigns from VDMC

March 25, 2014 WEBSTER CITY — Officials with Van Diest Medical Center announced Monday the resignation of its family practice clinic physician, Mark J. Dearden, D.O. more »»

FDCSD board approves bus, van bids

March 25, 2014 The Fort Dodge Community School District board approved bids for buses and vans Monda. more »»

Council moves on water main issue Monday

March 25, 2014 The material that water pipes are made of and proposed changes to zoning laws were discussed by the Fort Dodge City Council on Monday. more »»

Whose wings will zing?

March 25, 2014 By DAWN BLISS Just which local eatery can make chicken wings zing will be the question asked Thursday during “Wing It for Relay. more »»

Humboldt sups set public hearing for road request

March 25, 2014 By ROBERT WOLF DAKOTA CITY — The Humboldt Board of Supervisors set a date of April 7 for a public hearing on a road crossing agreement with Martin Marietta Materials Monday. more »»

Teaming up for AEDs

March 24, 2014 The partnership between two county agencies has led to the purchase of an important tool that department officials say has helped save lives. more »»

Development highlighted in Manson

March 24, 2014 MANSON — Supporters of Manson heard about a potential new well, new water lines, and plans for fireworks at the town celebration during the Manson Economic Development Corporation’s annual meeting... more »»

Fostering a lifelong love of learning

March 24, 2014 As an assistant at Fort Dodge Public Library, Rachel Lavender is instrumental in helping foster a lifelong love of learning in the community’s children. Lavender’s duties at the library are many. more »»

Defining the leaders of tomorrow

March 24, 2014 GOWRIE — The leaders of tomorrow developed a better understanding of what it takes to be effective leaders Thursday during the annual Twin Lakes Conference Leadership Day at Prairie Valley High... more »»

St. Edmond to offer three new diplomas starting 2014-15

March 24, 2014 By BRANDON L. SUMMERS bsummers@ St. Edmond Catholic School is offering three new diplomas for its high school students starting with the 2014-15 year. more »»

Fleet of miniatures

March 22, 2014 Steve Johnson, of Castana, is the owner of a 200-plus fleet of trucks and trailers, each of which — whether orange, red, blue or green — is for sale. more »»

Bullying, gas tax lead issues discussion

March 22, 2014 Just how much the state government should do about bullying that extends beyond the schoolyard and even into cyberspace was debated by lawmakers Saturday morning in Fort Dodge. State Sen. more »»



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