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Parks commission considers 2016 fee schedule

November 19, 2015 The aquatic center in Fort Dodge may get new, flexible family swim pass options for next year. more »»

Group hears update on Snell-Crawford project

November 19, 2015 Work on a major stream restoration project at Snell-Crawford Park should begin the first week of December. “The majority of work will be done sometime this winter. more »»

Final 40

November 18, 2015 U.S. Highway 20 is down to its final 40 miles of construction. more »»

Police seek armed robber

November 18, 2015 Fort Dodge police are seeking an armed robber who pulled a gun on a victim early Wednesday morning. more »»

Arrest made in Pomeroy murder

November 18, 2015 The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation has arrested Freddy Crisp, of Pomeroy, and charged him with first-degree murder in the Nov. 10 shooting death of Dale Currie Potter in Pomeroy on Nov. 10. more »»

Celebrating a century

November 18, 2015 Six century-old buildings were honored Tuesday night by the Fort Dodge Historic Preservation Commission during a presentation at the Fort Dodge Public Library. more »»

Two dead in rollover near W.C.

November 18, 2015 WEBSTER CITY — Two people were killed and four others were injured when a vehicle rolled over on a highway exit ramp near Webster City late Monday night. The crash happened on westbound U.S. more »»

Dayton to hold special election

November 18, 2015 DAYTON — Dayton will hold a special election for a City Council member because of the resignation of Mark Knudtson last month. Papers for candidates are due by Friday. more »»

Landfill board looks to future

November 18, 2015 With the state fine out of the way, the regional landfill is looking at changes coming in the future. more »»

Supervisors hear conservation updates

November 18, 2015 It’s been a busy year for Webster County Conservatio. more »»

What happened to Christmas?

November 17, 2015 DAYTON — The Dayton Festival of Lights was heavily damaged by vandals Saturday night. Plastic candy canes from the annual Christmas display were shattered. They litter the ground at Oak Park. more »»

Two dead in Hamilton County rollover

November 17, 2015 WEBSTER CITY - Two people were killed Monday night after the SUV they were in rolled over near Webster City. The names of the victims have not been released by the Iowa State Patro. more »»

Petition ready for signatures

November 17, 2015 The Fort Dodge Community School District board approved its petition for a special referendum in February. The ballot will ask voters two questions. more »»

WC board reinstates former coach

November 17, 2015 WEBSTER CITY — The Webster City school board unanimously voted Monday night to reinstate Ted Larson as the district’s transportation director. more »»

Gifford makes his initial appearance

November 17, 2015 A man who police said led an officer on a brief chase last week was ordered held on bond at his initial appearance in Webster County Magistrate Court Monday. more »»

Dayton Festival of Lights vandalized

November 16, 2015 DAYTON - The Dayton Festival of Lights was heavily damaged by vandals Saturday night. Organizers will hold a meeting at 7 p.. more »»

Freedom rock

November 16, 2015 An artist creating painted boulders all across Iowa as a tribute to the troops uses a very special ingredient in his paint. more »»

New Blast! director dives in

November 16, 2015 Tamara Holman is the new director of Butler Elementary’s BLAST! program. Butler’s After School Learning Time combines both activities and structured learning time. more »»

A state divided

November 15, 2015 BOONE — One hundred grannies in Iowa City think the Bakken pipeline can be stopped, even if the Iowa Utilities Board gives it the go-ahea. more »»

Santa’s got a brand new gig

November 15, 2015 When Santa arrives someplace, he does it in one of two ways. more »»



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