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Old days, old ways

May 21, 2016 STRATFORD — When the third- and fourth-grade students from Stratford Elementary School arrived at Carol and Wayne Larson’s farm for the bi-annual Old Fashioned Day experience, it looked a bit like a... more »»

Senior moment

May 21, 2016 Seniors on the Fort Dodge Senior High baseball team made a collective decision to donate money to a larger cause recently. more »»

Rachel’s Challenge

May 21, 2016 Rachel’s Challenge yielded 12,400 acts of kindness this year by students in Fort Dodge community schools. more »»

Fire strikes downtown Eagle Grove; four businesses damaged

May 21, 2016 EAGLE GROVE — Four businesses in downtown Eagle Grove were damaged in a Friday nght fire. more »»

Hunter Moss’s wish come true

May 21, 2016 WEBSTER CITY — A Webster City teen received a very special surprise Thursday morning as the start of the Special Olympics Torch Run celebration at the Webster City Middle Schoo. more »»

1,096 days without Kathlynn

May 20, 2016 Three years after a tragedy, the city of Dayton has not forgotten. more »»

Fire hits downtown Eagle Grove businesses

May 20, 2016 Four businesses in downtown Eagle Grove were damaged in a Friday night fire. No one was hurt. Fire Chief Gary Lalor said the blaze was reported at about 5:55 p.m. in the 200 block of West Broadway. more »»

SV, STAR Energy partner to Fuel the Jags

May 20, 2016 GOWRIE — Southeast Valley schools and STAR Energy are partnering to Fuel the Jags. more »»

FDCSD launches Together We Rise

May 20, 2016 Together We Rise is the new guiding mantra for the Fort Dodge Community School District. Key to the effort’s success is the word “together,” Stacey Cole, FDCSD director of education services, said. more »»

Patch job

May 20, 2016 A big sinkhole may be repaired sufficiently to allow traffic to return today to a stretch of South 22nd Street in Fort Dodge, according to engineers. more »»

Judge rips Grassley on court nominee

May 20, 2016 Former Lt. Gov. Patty Judge said Thursday that the refusal of U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley to consider a Supreme Court nominee motivated her to try to replace hi. more »»

Gaping

May 19, 2016 A gaping sinkhole opened under part of South 22nd Street Wednesday evening, forcing the closure of the road. more »»

Reynolds targets success for small business

May 19, 2016 Encouraging new small businesses is one thing — but what can be done to help aging business owners find a successor? That’s one of many issues brought up at Lt. Gov. more »»

Officers, trooper, firefighter and nurse saluted

May 19, 2016 There were no capes, masks or special shields in sight when a group of real life heroes were honored Wednesday in Fort Dodg. more »»

FD man accused of animal torture aquitted

May 19, 2016 A Fort Dodge man was found not guilty of animal torture at a trial Wednesday. He had been accused of throwing hot grease on his dog. A jury found Gary A. more »»

The torch run

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Smoke detector blitz set for Fort Dodge neighborhood

May 19, 2016 A smoke detector initiative that’s already saved lives in Fort Dodge will continue on Saturday. more »»

Humboldt appliance store fire believed to be electrical

May 19, 2016 HUMBOLDT — A fire that severely damaged an appliance store in Humboldt Tuesday night is believed have been electrical in origin, but an exact cause has not yet been identified, according to Humboldt... more »»

Time to fix the clock

May 18, 2016 It may be Webster County’s oldest and most famous timepiece, but the four-faced clock tower on top of the county courthouse no longer keeps time. more »»

 
 
 

 

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