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Tires and bottles

August 27, 2016 OTHO — A group of Koch Nitrogen employees who went on a river cleanup Friday afternoon didn’t have to paddle very far before they hit paydirt — or more accurately — a tire filled with dirt. more »»

Landowners’ attorney blames Dakota Access

August 27, 2016 The attorney for landowners seeking to temporarily block a pipeline on their property fired back at claims the landowners had waited too long to seek a stay that would halt construction, at least... more »»

Cub Scout sessions coming to area

August 27, 2016 Area elementary school-age boys who are interested in joining Cub Scouts will have the opportunity to do so at an upcoming series of informational sessions. more »»

Dealing with job stress in law enforcement

August 27, 2016 It’s no secret that law enforcement is a stressful job. more »»

God’s love in a doughnut hole

August 27, 2016 An international ministry that reaches thousands of lives can start with humble beginnings. For Rob Evans, it started with a plate of doughnuts. more »»

‘Too big to stay’

August 26, 2016 Iowa regulators rejected a request by 15 Iowa landowners to order a temporary halt to construction of an oil pipeline on their land. more »»

Otho boil advisory lifted

August 26, 2016 A boil advisory issued for Otho on Aug. 10 has been lifted. The Iowa Department of Natural Resources said water samples have indicated the water is safe to drink. more »»

Driver accused of ramming stolen van into Racing Unlimited

August 26, 2016 A Webster City man has been ordered held in jail after he allegedly stole a van and used it to break into the business it belonged to. more »»

Hamilton County searchers find body

August 26, 2016 STRATFORD — An individual was found dead in a remote area of Hamilton County Wednesday following a search that covered parts of two counties and involved multiple agencies. more »»

Algona to build new city hall

August 26, 2016 ALGONA — After about five years of contemplation, construction on a new City Hall in Algona is slated to begin spring 2017, according to Lynn Kueck, Algona mayor. more »»

Time to come home

August 26, 2016 WEBSTER CITY — Max Bailey, his parents and sister are finally together again in the U.S. and planning for what comes next in their lives. more »»

Bellah's first day

August 25, 2016 Wednesday was the first day of actual class, but Izabellah Vazquez — or Bellah, as she is called, began her first day of kindergarten at Cooper Elementary School on Monday when she visited the schoo... more »»

Man faces burglary, theft charges

August 25, 2016 A Webster City man has been ordered held on bond after he allegedly breaking into a Fort Dodge business with a company-owned van. more »»

Request for stay in pipeline construction denied

August 25, 2016 The Iowa Utilities Board has rejected a request by 15 Iowa landowners to order a temporary halt to construction of an oil pipeline on their land. more »»

This year, school asks, ‘Got Faith?

August 25, 2016 St. Edmond Catholic School kicked off the school year with an assembly filled with opening ceremonies and entertainment Wednesday. more »»

Unite to Fight to raise funds to feed kids in need

August 25, 2016 An Emmy Award-winning acapella group is set to perform this Saturday at a fundraiser for Backpack Buddies. more »»

Damaged bridge causes road closure

August 25, 2016 A heavy piece of equipment, called a scraper, crashed into a bridge on Paragon Avenue Wednesday morning, according to Jamie Johll, assistant Webster County enginee. more »»



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