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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

May 19, 2016 ... more »»

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 »»

Sinkhole closes FD street

May 18, 2016 A large sinkhole opened in southern Fort Dodge Wednesday evening, forcing the closure of 22nd Street south of 15th Avenue South. The sinkhole developed at around 5:30 p.. more »»

FD teens arrested after gun incident

May 18, 2016 Two men were arrested Tuesday morning following an investigation into a report of shots fired Monday afternoon, according to Fort Dodge police. more »»

Fairbanks bridge replacement approved

May 18, 2016 There’s good news for Webster County residents who live near Fairbanks Avenue just east of Barnum. more »»

A different type of graduation

May 18, 2016 For the 26 Fort Dodge and Webster County students that completed the annual Greater Fort Dodge Growth Alliance Leadership Fort Dodge program, their graduation ceremony Tuesday evening at Willow Ridg... more »»

Hogg touts biofuels

May 18, 2016 State Sen. Rob Hogg touted his support for renewables and biofuels while at the Iowa Central Community College fuel testing laboratory Tuesday. more »»

Humboldt High hosts Quirmbach, Kraayenbrink

May 18, 2016 HUMBOLDT — Two state senators offered opposing views on the Legislature’s role in education Tuesday before an audience of 75 students at Humboldt High School. State Sen. more »»

More than money

May 17, 2016 Foster Grandparents has completed another year, with 38 volunteers serving local and area schools. But the program continues to face challenges. more »»

2 FD men arrested after Monday gun incident

May 17, 2016 Two men were arrested Tuesday morning following an investigation into a report of shots fired Monday afternoon in the 200 block of North 14th Street. more »»

FD man accused of burning his dog with grease expected in court

May 17, 2016 A Fort Dodge man accused of throwing hot grease on his dog is expected to be in court today facing a charge of animal torture. Gary A. Wilson, 52, was arrested on Dec. more »»

Council: Full speed ahead on existing plans

May 17, 2016 Fort Dodge should press ahead with developing plans for the riverfront, the Warden Plaza and the Northwest River District, City Council members indicated Monday night. more »»

Smoke inhalation

May 17, 2016 One woman was taken to the hospital following a smoky stove fire in a Fort Dodge apartment Monday afternoon. Fire Chief Kent Hulett said she suffered smoke inhalation in the fire at 416 S. 18th St. more »»

Humboldt City Council signs off on airport land deal

May 17, 2016 HUMBOLDT — The Humboldt City Council finalized the sale of some property at the airport to a local business during its meeting Monday. more »»

Pomp and circumstance

May 16, 2016 GOWRIE — Southeast Valley High School sent 76 graduates into the world Sunday afternoon to begin their college, university and career lives. more »»

MNW students have spent ‘one million minutes’ in school

May 16, 2016 MANSON — Graduates celebrated about 1 million minutes at Manson Northwest Webster during their commencement ceremony Sunday. more »»

 
 
 

 

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