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Van Diest MC may close Dayton Clinic

March 19, 2014 WEBSTER?CITY — The Dayton Clinic, operated by Van Diest Medical Center, could soon be closing its doors as hospital officials projected an annual loss of more than $70,000 for the clinic opened... more »»

Sac City man charged with sexual assault

March 19, 2014 SAC CITY — An investigation into a sexual assault has led to a Sac City man being arrested and charged with multiple sex crimes involving children. more »»

MNW, Rabiner cooperate to solve funding issue

March 19, 2014 MANSON — Manson Northwest Webster Community School District and Rabiner Treatment Center have been working together for more than a year to solve a funding issue. more »»

Gateway project may advance

March 19, 2014 Planning for a series of monuments or other features to mark the gateways into downtown Fort Dodge may soon begin. more »»

Webster Co. sups hear grant request

March 19, 2014 Grant funding is available that could improve Webster County’s relatively new Family Treatment Court program, according to Michelle De La Riva, executive director at Community and Family Resources. more »»

Berryhill director explains new programs to supervisors

March 19, 2014 Since he took over in December 2013, Executive Director Aaron McHone has worked to expand the services at the UnityPoint Berryhill Cente. more »»

Knudtson wins Dayton council seat

March 19, 2014 DAYTON — A special election held to determine who will occupy a seat on the Dayton City Council has been won by Mark Knudtson of Dayton. He was running against Tyler Johnson. more »»

Algona tradition

March 18, 2014 ALGONA — This year, Algona’s St. Paddy’s Day parade featured a new character: St. Patrick himself. more »»

St. Edmond announces make-up plan

March 18, 2014 The St. Edmond Catholic School administrative team has announced a schedule to make up time missed due to this week's school closure. S. more »»

Man stabbed in Walmart parking lot

March 18, 2014 A suspect has been arrested by the Fort Dodge Police Department after a man was stabbed Tuesday afternoon. more »»

Knudtson wins Dayton council seat

March 18, 2014 DAYTON — A special election held to determine who will occupy a seat on the Dayton City Council has been won by Mark Knudtson of Dayton. He was running against Tyler Johnson. more »»

St. Ed closed for the week after main break

March 18, 2014 St. Edmond Catholic School will be closed for the remainder of the week following a water main break Monday. The break occurred in the school’s kitchen Monday morning. more »»

Sludge spill reported at FD plant

March 18, 2014 About 2,500 gallons of sludge spilled Sunday afternoon at the wastewater treatment plant in Fort Dodge, but state environmental officials indicated that the incident’s impact on the nearby Des Moine... more »»

Man accused in break-in

March 18, 2014 A Fort Dodge man has been ordered held on bond after he allegedly broke into one local business and tried to break in to another. Rashad H. more »»

Crane company coming to Fort Dodge in April

March 18, 2014 A Texas-based crane service provider will bring some massive machines and 20 new jobs to Fort Dodge when it opens its newest branch next month. more »»

Humboldt Supervisors address questions about county shop

March 18, 2014 DAKOTA CITY — The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors addressed concerns about the future of the county shop at Gilmore City Monday. more »»

FD police seek suspect

March 18, 2014 A man is being sought by the Fort Dodge Police Department after allegedly robbing a convenience store at knifepoint Sunday night. Nathaniel . more »»

L-M board to hire interim head

March 18, 2014 LAURENS — The Laurens-Marathon board of directors voted unanimously to offer the job of interim superintendent to Tom Nugent at a special board meeting Monday night. more »»

Humboldt bridge to be replaced this year

March 18, 2014 HUMBOLDT — Humboldt is replacing its Sumner Avenue Bridge this spring. After more than three years of planning, the $2.3 million project was approved in February by the Humboldt City Counci. more »»

"Do What You Want To"

March 17, 2014 By JOE SUTTER For her 15th birthday, Aubrey Salgren got to meet one of her favorite new stars, Taylor Mathews, after a concert. more »»



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