Polls open at 7 a.m.
November 3, 2015 Fort Dodge voters will pick five of the seven City Council members today. The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. more »»
FD mayor’s penpal is found
November 3, 2015 Fort Dodge Mayor Matt Bemrich has been getting letters from a special admirer — a young man who wants to be a superhero. more »»
Kathryn Dorsey, of Gowrie
November 3, 2015 GOWRIE — When lots of Army Reserve units started getting deployed to Iraq in 2003 and 2004, Kathryn Dorsey told friends and relatives not to worry about her going there. more »»
A ‘solar’ plunge?
November 2, 2015 Judging solely on the temperatures in the mid-60s, one might never guess that the Fort Dodge Polar Plunge was happening on Sunday. more »»
Remembering loved ones
November 2, 2015 To some, the El Dia de Los Muertos Mass at Corpus Christi Church Sunday may have seemed like a somber event reflecting on those who have passed on. more »»
Lehigh gets $17,500 for fire station
November 1, 2015 LEHIGH — Kirk Kelley has tried everything to raise the funds for his new fire station— raffles, a hunger strike and even panhandling — with limited success. more »»
Calling all book lovers
November 1, 2015 Paging all book lovers. The Friends of the Library fall book sale begins Tuesday at the Fort Dodge Public Library. The twice-yearly fundraiser helps to provide the library with needed resources. more »»
City Council election Tuesday
November 1, 2015 Decision time is rapidly approaching for Fort Dodge voters. On Tuesday, they will elect five of the seven City Council members. more »»
What’s in a number?
October 31, 2015 As numbers go, 666 has gotten itself a pretty bad reputation. It is after all, according to Revelations 13:18, the “number of the beast. more »»
Parks get volunteer touch
October 31, 2015 The temperatures may have been cool Friday morning, but that didn’t stop a group of CJ Bio America employees from helping to improve Fort Dodge’s city park. more »»
Second candidate had to return money
October 31, 2015 A second candidate seeking election to the Fort Dodge City Council took corporate campaign donations without realizing he was breaching Iowa ethics rules. more »»
Burn ban is temporarily lifted in FD
October 31, 2015 Starting today, Fort Dodge residents will have an opportunity to burn yard waste after the city’s burn ban was temporarily lifted by the Fort Dodge City Council. Burning will be allowed until Nov. . more »»