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Miles of Pennies

April 11, 2014 Miles of Pennies has begun in Fort Dodge Community School District schools. more »»

Foutch exercises option on school buildings

April 11, 2014 Foutch Brothers LLC of Kansas City, Mo., has exercised the option on the Fair Oaks and Phillips school buildings. more »»

Scientists consider space, how it affects earth

April 11, 2014 Iowa State University Professor Bong Wie hopes that the work he is doing today can prevent an incident that happened near here —74 million years ago. That’s when an asteroid, an estimated 1. more »»


April 11, 2014 Lynyrd Skynyrd is coming to Fort Dodge Aug. 1, and Jim Reed couldn’t be happier — or more relieved. more »»

Snyder joins L.C. Betterment

April 11, 2014 LAKE CITY — Heather Snyder wants to increase the opportunities for Lake City residents to get involved in the communit. more »»

Student power

April 10, 2014 Fort Dodge Middle School’s Talented and Gifted students constructed solar-powered cars Wednesda. more »»

In reserve

April 10, 2014 Mark Gargano, commander of the Webster County Sheriff’s Department/Fort Dodge Police Department Reserve Unit, is looking to get his unit back up to its full capacity of about 20 reservists after its... more »»

Beall pushes for air service action

April 10, 2014 State Sen. Daryl Beall, D-Fort Dodge, is floor-managing an amendment that would establish an air service committee. more »»

United Way raises $433K, breaking record

April 10, 2014 The United Way of Greater Fort Dodge has surpassed this year’s goal with a record-breaking community campaign that raised $433,700. more »»

Dayton votes to pursue clinic contract

April 10, 2014 DAYTON — Community leaders in Dayton hope to secure a contract with the Community Health Center of Fort Dodge in order to keep a clinic open in their city. more »»

High Five study tracks traffic

April 10, 2014 A new initiative designed to make the roads safer for drivers across Iowa is underway in Webster County. more »»

Dane will leave SWG

April 10, 2014 BURNSIDE — Launi Dane is resigning as superintendent of Southeast Webster Grand Community School District at the end of the 2014-15 year. more »»

Some aquatic center fees are reduced

April 10, 2014 The aquatic center in Fort Dodge will be open later on weekdays this summer, and weekend daily admission fees will be reduced by $1 following action by the city’s Parks, Recreation and Forestry... more »»

Iowa Academy of Science to meet in Fort Dodge

April 10, 2014 The Iowa Academy of Science, Iowa’s only general science organization, is holding its 126th annual meeting Friday and Saturday at Iowa Central Community College. more »»

Memorial bike ride to honor fallen R.C. officer

April 10, 2014 A New York City-based group formed to honor officers killed on 9/11 is teaming up with local law enforcement to honor the memory of a police officer killed in the line of duty last year. more »»

Candidate outlines ideas

April 10, 2014 United States Senate candidate Mark Jacobs outlined his ideas for a reduced federal role in the economy and the education system during a Fort Dodge campaign stop Wednesday afternoon. more »»

Ash borer, sports complex work discussed

April 10, 2014 The people who take care of trees in Fort Dodge parks and along city streets have devised a strategy to deal with the emerald ash borer. more »»

Container conundrum

April 9, 2014 When a pair of new solid waste containers was delivered to the Fort Dodge home of Marlys Huebsch earlier this year, she was surprised by their size. more »»

Fierke: Stats show increase in curbside recycling

April 9, 2014 Fort Dodge officials hoped to increase participation in curbside recycling when they launched a new solid waste collection system in February. more »»

Webster Co. sups discuss road work

April 9, 2014 Four bridges are on track to be replaced, the first of many scheduled projects over the next five years. more »»



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