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FDSH ramps up its CAD lab

September 26, 2015 The Fort Dodge Senior High CAD lab has new computers. The new computers were provided through federal Perkins funds, which go toward career and technical education. more »»


September 25, 2015 GOWRIE — When John Nelson served his first volley over the net at the Gowrie courts on a recent weekend, his game might have looked a little strange to anyone expecting tennis. more »»

‘An Iowa Girl’ in FD

September 25, 2015 A turn-of-the-century painting by Fort Dodge artist Elizabeth Newberry has returned home. The painting, “An Iowa Girl,” was unveiled at the Blanden Memorial Art Museum Thursday night. more »»

Take Back FD group encourages involvement

September 25, 2015 Those who attended the Taking Back Our Community meeting Thursday continued the discussion on detering crime in Fort Dodge at Athletics for Education and Success. more »»

Robbery suspect facing burglary charges

September 25, 2015 A suspected robber who had been released from jail on bond is now accused of breaking into two vehicles Thursday morning, according to criminal complaints. more »»

FDCF inmate faces two charges

September 25, 2015 An inmate at the Fort Dodge Correctional Facility is facing felony charges after he allegedly assaulted a correctional officer. Vincent Dillworth, 22, has been charged with willful injury and assault. more »»

50 states of blood

September 24, 2015 It only took a gentle needle poke at the Life Serve Blood Center Wednesday afternoon for John Ball, of Charlottesville, Virginia, to complete a quest he’s been working on for years: Giving blood at... more »»

Pipeline company rejects EIR motion

September 24, 2015 A Texas company seeking to build a pipeline across Iowa filed resistance Wednesday, arguing that no environmental impact report is needed for the project. more »»

Going to see the pope

September 24, 2015 While Pope Francis greeted President Barack Obama in Washington Wednesday morning, area residents were lining up for their own trip to see the pontiff. more »»

CHC gets $1.2M in two grants

September 24, 2015 Renae Kruckenberg, chief executive officer of the Community Health Center of Fort Dodge, recently got quite a shock when she checked her email at work. Two items in her inbox were terrific new. more »»

UDMO observes 50 years of service in new location

September 24, 2015 Webster County Upper Des Moines Opportunity celebrated its 50-year anniversary by cutting the ribbon for its new location at 113 S. 10th St., adjoining St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. more »»


September 23, 2015 Nancy Spire, of Fort Dodge, had some simple advice for the students she was working with Tuesday morning during a Pride In Community Appearance work day at St. Edmond Catholic Schools. more »»

Man sought by officers dies of gunshot

September 23, 2015 Law enforcement officers who went to a Webster County field Tuesday morning in search of a man heard a gunshot and later found him dead. more »»

Dakota Access ready to go to work

September 23, 2015 A company planning to build a pipeline across Iowa announced Tuesday it has awarded construction contracts for the 1,134-mile project. more »»

School bond likely, WWP told

September 23, 2015 Fort Dodge school district board members shared plans for replacing Duncombe Elementary at a special informational meeting hosted by Well-Informed Webster People at Light of the City Conference... more »»

Humboldt Co. man faces animal neglect charges

September 23, 2015 LIVERMORE — A Humboldt County man accused of neglecting his dogs is scheduled to appear in court Thursday. more »»

Hogg launches bid for U.S. Senate

September 23, 2015 CALLENDER — State Sen. Rob Hogg, D-Cedar Rapids, announced his candidacy for the United States Senate Tuesday, saying he wants to reform campaign finance and keep the environment clean. more »»

Webster County projects may go to a bond issue

September 23, 2015 The Webster County Board of Supervisors discussed how to pay for some major upcoming projects at its regular meeting Tuesda. more »»

Going blue

September 22, 2015 Blue lights are beginning to shine throughout Fort Dodge after a resident discovered Project Blue Ligh. more »»

Lawmaker wants bill to block lawsuit

September 22, 2015 A state lawmaker from northwest Iowa plans to propose legislation to block a Des Moines utility’s lawsuit over alleged farm-caused water pollution. State Sen. more »»



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