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Drive seeks to stop local crime

October 16, 2014 pkaspari@messengernews.net A volunteer organization dedicated to crime fighting is undertaking its annual drive to get members renewed and recruit new partners. more »»

Off-road ready

October 16, 2014 DUNCOMBE — The Duncombe Fire Department has a new truck on its roster and there’s virtually no place — over hill, dale, ice or trails — that it cannot go. more »»

Mowrer blasts Steve King for government shutdown

October 16, 2014 Congressional candidate Jim Mowrer blasted Republican Congressman Steve King for his role in last year’s government shutdown at campaign events Wednesday. more »»

Upgrade launched

October 15, 2014 Trinity Regional Medical Center broke ground Wednesday on a major expansion and upgrade of its Emergency Department. more »»

Sears to close in FD

October 15, 2014 The Sears store in the Crossroads Mall will close in mid-January, according to Sears spokesman Howard Riefs. He said a liquidation sale will begin Oct. 3. more »»

Enrollment up at ICCC for 2014-2015

October 15, 2014 Iowa Central Community College’s credit hour numbers have grown in 2014-15. more »»

Forum hosts recorder candidates

October 15, 2014 Democrat Lindsay Boeckman and Republican Shari Burke both said their experience makes them most qualified for Webster County recorder for a crowd of about 85 Tuesday night at a forum run by the... more »»

Training before destruction

October 15, 2014 Fort Dodge firefighter Tom Ubben spent part of Tuesday morning just laying around — literally. While this might sound inviting, it was anything but. more »»

Bringus trial is moved to December

October 15, 2014 A man charged with attempted murder during a home invasion in Coalville will stand trial in December. Jason J. Bringus, 37, of Fort Dodge, had his trial date continued to Dec. more »»

Sups approve capital improvements

October 15, 2014 Air conditioner and backup generator projects were approved by the Webster County Board of Supervisors Tuesday, as part of the long-range capital improvement pla. more »»

Spokes for Hope

October 14, 2014 The jewelry being made by the residents of the Beacon of Hope Ministries shelter is more than the sum of the parts that go into the creations. more »»

Council splits over land for connector

October 14, 2014 Some property needed for a new downtown street connection was purchased by the Fort Dodge City Council Monday. more »»

Expansion of agency is approved

October 14, 2014 The Fort Dodge Housing Agency will be administering a federally-funded program outside the city limits as a result of City Council action Monday. more »»

Benson touts experience as a prosecutor

October 14, 2014 Prosecuting criminals has been the focus of First Assistant Webster County Attorney Jennifer Benson for most of her legal career, and she said Monday that she wants to keep serving the public by... more »»

Rhone pleads guilty to shooting

October 14, 2014 A Fort Dodge teen who committed a drive-by shooting in August has pleaded guilty to the charge. more »»

Ash borer strategy evolving in FD

October 14, 2014 The strategy for combating the emerald ash borer in Fort Dodge may eventually involve using a chemical to keep some trees alive until forestry crews can cut them down, members of the City Council... more »»

Humboldt sups OK road rock

October 14, 2014 DAKOTA CITY — The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors agreed to a request to add rock to the southern mile of Gotch Park Road Monday. more »»

FD school board approves calendar request

October 14, 2014 The Fort Dodge Community School District board held three public hearings at its regular meeting Monday. A hearing was held on the district’s application for a continued innovative calendar request. more »»

Lehigh discusses utilities issue

October 14, 2014 LEHIGH — The city of Lehigh is still seeking to square away delinquent utilities accounts, some of which have been behind for years, the City Council said Monda. more »»

 
 
 

 

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