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Fund for fire victims tops $36K

January 19, 2016 BOXHOLM — A gofundme page neared its $40,000 goal Monday evening, one day after it was set up in honor of a mother and her three children who died in a fire early Sunday morning. more »»

House fire claims four

January 18, 2016 BOXHOLM — A house fire in Boxholm claimed the lives of a mother and her three children on Sunday morning. The fire was reported at the 300 block of Beech Street at 12:45 a.m. more »»

Major fire reported in FD

January 18, 2016 Major fire reported in FD Fort Dodge firefighters are on the scene of a blaze just north of Central Avenue. Heavy smoke was reported in the area and several streets are closed. more »»

Major fire still burning

January 18, 2016 A major fire continues to burn at 17th Street and Central Avenue in Fort Dodge. The fire is in a warehouse building next to Iowa Realty of Fort Dodge, 3 N. 15th St. more »»

Local and area schools delay start times

January 18, 2016 As of press time, Fort Dodge Public and Parochial schools will have a 2-hour delayed start due to extreme temperatures. more »»

Campaigning, despite cold

January 17, 2016 It’s time for someone else named Clinton to occupy the Oval Office, former President Bill Clinton told a Fort Dodge audience Saturday. more »»

House fire in Boxholm claims four

January 17, 2016 BOXHOLM — A house fire in Boxholm claimed the lives of a mother and her three children on Sunday morning. The fire was reported at the 300 block of Beech Street at 12:45 a.m. more »»

House fire claims four

January 17, 2016 BOXHOLM — A house fire in Boxholm claimed the lives of a mother and her three children on Sunday morning. The fire was reported at the 300 block of Beech Street at 12:45 a.m. more »»

Christie: ‘America needs to stop allowing ourselves to get walked on’

January 17, 2016 Chris Christie spent nearly two hours with hundreds of supporters at Olde Boston’s Restaurant and Pub Saturda. more »»

Christensen works to better community

January 17, 2016 A lot has changed for Humboldt City Clerk Gloria Christensen throughout her 21 years of service to the city. more »»

Justice meeting set for FD

January 17, 2016 Efforts to improve Iowa’s criminal justice system will be the topic of a February meeting in Fort Dodge being organized by state Rep. Helen Miller. more »»

15-county support service

January 17, 2016 When a person is killed as a result of a crime, their family and friends are left with questions of how to cope with the loss of their loved one. more »»

NEW feed mill going up

January 16, 2016 POMEROY — A new $25 million facility has been slipping its way skyward in Pomeroy at about 8 inches per day. more »»

Coffee Conversation addresses bond vote

January 16, 2016 The Fort Dodge school district held a community coffee conversation Friday, using the meeting to elaborate on its facility plans ahead of a special referendum on Feb. 2. more »»

Dakota City man accused in police chase

January 16, 2016 A Dakota City man is in the Webster County Jail after he allegedly tried fleeing from law enforcement. Levi A. Goodell, 20, of Dakota City, has been charged with eluding. more »»

FD Middle School starts 15 after-school clubs

January 16, 2016 Fort Dodge Middle School is starting 15 after-school clubs. The effort stems from the school’s culture and climate transformation gran. more »»

Improved response

January 15, 2016 CLARION — A new council in Wright County will focus on strengthening the area’s Emergency Medical Services. more »»

Broin: It’s farmers vs. big oil

January 15, 2016 Iowa’s farmers may not realize it, but they are at war with the oil industry, in the opinion of a renewable fuels executive. more »»

Algona Tietz center to train students

January 15, 2016 ALGONA — A new facility coming to Algona will help educate students who are interested in entrepreneurship. more »»

Condition of the Judiciary

January 14, 2016 DES MOINES — The head of the Iowa Supreme Court told lawmakers Wednesday the state is making progress in addressing racial disparity in its criminal justice system, crediting new staff training and... more »»

 
 
 

 

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