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Hail, floods hit region

July 1, 2014 ROCKWELL CITY — Baseball-sized hail left many car owners in Rockwell City with damaged cars Monday morning. more »»

Cable damage affects Frontier customers in FD

July 1, 2014 Some customers of Frontier Communications may be experiencing phone and Internet service issues due to a damaged cable in Fort Dodge. more »»

Graesch trial set for Aug. 19

July 1, 2014 WEBSTER CITY — A man accused of killing his father is set to stand trial in August after pleading not guilty to the charge. more »»

Veal, Bryson plead not guilty

July 1, 2014 Two teens charged with attempted murder in connection with a shooting in Pleasant Valley have both pleaded not guilty. more »»

C-G school board votes to sell Dows school building Monday

July 1, 2014 CLARION — The Clarion-Goldfield Board of Education voted unanimously to approve the sale of the Dows Elementary School building. more »»

Web. Co. sups approve transfer

July 1, 2014 A transfer in appropriations between departments was approved on Monday, the last day of the fiscal year, by the Webster County Board of Supervisors in a special meeting. more »»

Graesch pleads not guilty

June 30, 2014 WEBSTER CITY - Corbin Graesch, who is facing a first-degree murder charge in connection with the death of his father, has pleaded not guilty to the charg. more »»

Veal and Bryson plead not guilty

June 30, 2014 Two teens charged with attempted murder have both pleaded not guilty to the charge. Malik Veal, 18, and Jerique Bryson, 17, filed their written pleas via their attorneys on Monday. more »»

Benson lands Democratic nomination for Webster County Attorney

June 30, 2014 Jennifer Benson was selected by the Webster County Democratic Party as its candidate for county attorney during a party convention Monday. She is, as yet, unopposed for election in Novembe. more »»

Chase leads to arrest

June 30, 2014 Two have been arrested following a car chase that ended near the Kum & Go station at 1601 Fifth Ave. S. No one was injured in the pursuit, said Fort Dodge Police Lt. Chuck Guthrie. more »»

No Child Left Behind creates challenges

June 30, 2014 No Child Left Behind is still in effect in Iowa, and for the 2013-2014 year required school districts to achieve 100 percent proficiency in reading and math. more »»

Social host law to take effect in Iowa

June 30, 2014 Adults who knowingly allow underage drinking could face stiff penalties when a new Iowa law goes into effect Tuesday. more »»

Nielsen keeps the trails safe at Gypsum City

June 30, 2014 Tasha Nielsen’s workplace is a hidden-away treasure full of hills, timber, lakes and around 45 miles of trails. more »»

Smokin’ hot in Manson

June 29, 2014 MANSON — Mingling with the music and sunshine washing over the family events during Manson Greater Crater Days on Saturday afternoon was the aroma of roasting pork. more »»

Bringing on the mud in EG

June 29, 2014 EAGLE GROVE — Having made a last-minute decision to participate in the bathtub races at the annual Eagle Grove Summerfest held in Greenwood Park, Caitlin Jeske, of Fort Dodge, quickly regretted her... more »»

Badgerfest is back and busy

June 29, 2014 BADGER — After a hiatus of more than 10 years, Badgerfest is back. Both visitors and residents were happy to welcome its return with a parade, games in the park, a flag-raising and lots of foo. more »»

Past and future connect

June 29, 2014 POCAHONTAS — While for most attending the 29th annual Heritage Days in Pocahontas were a way to celebrate their community and reconnect with family and friends, the weekend of citywide entertainment... more »»

Inaugural tractor ride memorializes Peterson

June 29, 2014 PALMER — Whether they are green John Deeres, red Farmalls or blue New Hollands, farm tractors are a common site on the back roads of Iowa. more »»



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