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Keeping the records

April 4, 2016 In a law enforcement agency such as the Fort Dodge Police Department, records need to be maintained in regards to those who have been arrested and charged with a crime. more »»

Coming back

April 3, 2016 BURNSIDE — On Nov. 10, 1990, Justine Hemmestad was three months happily married to her husband, Shawn. The couple lived in San Diego, California. On No. more »»

Duncombe demolition expected to begin mid-April

April 3, 2016 The demolition of Duncombe Elementary is set to begin soon. Crews from Dore and Associates, of Bay City, Michigan, arrived at the school site Friday to begin work. more »»

Go Big, Go Dodgers

April 2, 2016 Teachers need resources to provide students with the best education possible. more »»

FDCF warden leaving for Newton

April 2, 2016 Kris Weitzell, the warden at Fort Dodge Correctional Facility, will be moving on after being named the warden of Newton Correctional Facility. Weitzell has been in Fort Dodge since September. more »»

Thode remains, Kitley withdraws in District 3 supervisor race

April 2, 2016 Bob Thode is still in, but Dean Kitley has withdrawn from the Webster County Board of Supervisors race in District 3. more »»

Warrants online

April 2, 2016 Those who are concerned that they may have a warrant for a parking violation or another offense have a simple way to see if they’re being sough. more »»

Chief, again

April 1, 2016 OTHO — Nicholas Dunbar has worn many hats during his law enforcement career. From 2010 to 2011, he was a member of the Fort Dodge/Webster County Reserves. He was Dayton police chief from 2011 to 2015. more »»

Opponents claim pipeline work has begun

April 1, 2016 Allegations that Dakota Access LLC has started construction of a crude oil pipeline before being given a permit could lead to fines of more than $100,000, if substantiated. more »»

Iowa Tribe seeks apology, has historic preservation concerns

April 1, 2016 A sovereign tribe located in Kansas and Nebraska is demanding an apology from the Texas-based company seeking to build a pipeline across several states including Iow. more »»

‘Homicide’ for a cause

April 1, 2016 Witness a murder and contribute to a good cause. more »»

Lotteries want Dawson lawsuit dumped

April 1, 2016 IOWA CITY — A group of state lotteries has asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a jackpot winner who argues he was shortchanged by millions of dollars because the prior drawing was rigged by... more »»

Wings for Life

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Water quality

March 31, 2016 The water is flowing crystal clear in Badger Creek this time of year. But as more spring rains come, that won’t last. more »»

Hagie joins forces with John Deere

March 31, 2016 CLARION — Hagie Manufacturing has entered into a new partnership with John Deere in an effort to reach more customers. more »»

Webster County races are mostly uncontested

March 31, 2016 Four out of five primary elections will be uncontested this year in the race for Webster County offices. more »»

Local law enforcement honors Des Moines’ fallen

March 31, 2016 As the Des Moines Police Department says goodbye to two officers killed in the line of duty, some of those in attendance at the funerals will be local law enforcement officers. more »»

 
 
 

 

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