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Report shows Conrad campaign received $8,500

October 30, 2015 Fort Dodge City Council candidate Neven Conrad received $8,520 in campaign contributions during the last three months, according to a report recently filed with a state agency. more »»

Trio face sex abuse charges in CGD incident

October 30, 2015 CLARION — More charges were filed Thursday against three Wright County teenagers accused of assaulting freshmen football player. more »»

Firefighters union, city in contract negotiations

October 30, 2015 Negotiations are underway for the next firefighters’ contract. more »»

Facilities plan focus of coffee conversation

October 30, 2015 The Fort Dodge school district’s facilities plans were addressed at a coffee conversation hosted by district administrators at Duncombe Elementary Tuesday. more »»

Police seek armed burglars

October 30, 2015 A man received a minor injury in an early morning burglary during which the suspects were apparently armed. The incident happened at 12:03 a.m. Thursday at 1307 First Ave. N. more »»

13 Days of Halloween

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Rising to the challenge

October 29, 2015 BRUSHY CREEK — During the Correctional Emergency Response Team Challenge held Wednesday at Brushy Creek State Recreation Area, correctional and law enforcement officers who participated got to do... more »»

More charges in pot arrest of pair

October 29, 2015 More charges are expected against two Fort Dodge men who were arrested near Omaha with about 33 pounds of marijuana in their car. more »»

CGD trio charged in alleged hazing

October 29, 2015 CLARION — Three high schoolers in Clarion are charged with hazing after allegedly assaulting freshmen football players. more »»

A historic career

October 29, 2015 CLARION — Family, friends and even some former students of Gladys Woodley gathered at the Heartland Heritage Museum in Clarion to honor her career. Woodley isn’t any ordinary teacher. more »»

LifeWorks awarded Three-Year CARF accreditation

October 29, 2015 LifeWorks Community Services has been accredited for three years for its day habilitation, work crew and facility-based employment programs by CARF Internationa. more »»

Another beginning

October 28, 2015 Ground was broken for the Crosstown Connector Industrial Park Tuesday, with Gov. Terry Branstad in attendance. The site, owned by Decker Investments In. more »»

Board fires Webster County assessor

October 28, 2015 Webster County Assessor Jeanette Thanupakorn was dismissed Tuesday evening by the panel of county, city and school officials that oversees her offic. more »»

FD men face charges in Omaha drug bust

October 28, 2015 OMAHA — Two Fort Dodge men are facing drug charges in Nebraska after they allegedly were found with 41 bags of marijuana. more »»

FD council candidates sound off

October 28, 2015 Better housing and improved public safety were some of the issues that Fort Dodge City Council hopefuls indicated were their top priorities during a forum Tuesday evening. more »»

State order raises property valuations

October 28, 2015 A state order will increase Webster County commercial property valuations by 16 percent, retroactive to Jan. 1 of this year. more »»

Fort Dodge blitz a ‘screaming success’

October 28, 2015 The recent smoke detector blitz, a joint effort of the Fort Dodge Fire Department and the American Red Cross to get smoke alarms into homes without them, has been called a success. more »»

Harvest in Harcourt

October 27, 2015 HARCOURT — Work wasn’t scheduled to begin until 10 a.m. Monday, but Duane Peterson already had his hands full. more »»

Webster County assessor fired

October 27, 2015 Webster County Assessor Jeanette Thanupakorn was fired by the county’s Conference Board Tuesday evening. Her dismissal is effective immediately, according to Webster County Supervisor Mark Campbell. more »»

Northwest plan OK’d

October 27, 2015 A plan to rejuvenate the Northwest River District of Fort Dodge was advanced by city leaders, who said Monday that improving Third Avenue Northwest ought to be its early focus. more »»



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