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City: Plastic bags wrong for recycling

August 23, 2015 After a shopping trip, wadding up the plastic bags and tossing them in the recycling container may seem like the right thing to do. more »»


August 23, 2015 HOMER — Part way through a wagonload full of oats, the two volunteers forking into a vintage threshing machine at the 15th annual West Central Region Cockshutt & Co-Op Club threshing bee, got a break. more »»

Ready for school

August 22, 2015 LAKE CITY — Three months after a tornado blew the roof off South Central Calhoun High School, repairs to the building are nearly complete as students prepare for their first day of school. more »»

Utilities board releases pipeline report

August 22, 2015 The Iowa Utilities Board on Friday issued a review of a company’s plan to build a pipeline across Iowa, offering several recommendations for Dakota Access LLC. more »»

Myers facing eluding, drug charges

August 22, 2015 A Fort Dodge man who allegedly led Fort Dodge police on a chase Sunday is also facing multiple charges in unrelated cases. Joseph . more »»

Inquiry into FD collapse continues

August 22, 2015 State safety experts are continuing to probe an Aug. 14 fatal trench collapse at a Fort Dodge construction site. more »»

Head Start staff gets its own head start

August 22, 2015 YOUR Inc. Head Start and Early Head Start are readying for the new school year. more »»

Southeast Valley students building pole barn

August 22, 2015 GOWRIE — Southeast Valley High School will build another structure this school year. “This year we are building a pole barn,” Jim Henrich, SVHS principal, said. more »»

Snowflakes on the bridge

August 22, 2015 By JESSE MAJOR Two snowflakes are hanging over Veterans Bridge, but that doesn’t mean it’s winter yet. more »»

No longer a jungle

August 21, 2015 For anyone taking a walk around the grounds of the former Fair Oaks Middle School before Thursday morning, the phrase “It’s a jungle out there,” might have applied. more »»

City celebrates grant

August 21, 2015 A lengthy application was submitted a year ago to a new community competition by staffers from the city government and the Greater Fort Dodge Growth Alliance, who were hoping to secure some money... more »»

Second Casey’s robber sought

August 21, 2015 For the second time this month, a Casey’s General Store was robbed by an armed suspect. The latest robbery happened early Thursday morning at the Casey’s located at 2206 Second Ave. N. more »»

Adding new equipment

August 21, 2015 The new playground at Reynolds Park appeared to be a hit with neighborhood children Thursday as the new equipment was officially dedicated. more »»

Conrad enters FD council race

August 21, 2015 Neven Conrad has entered the race for the at-large seat on the Fort Dodge City Counci. more »»

Former wrestling coach’s trial continued

August 21, 2015 NEVADA — A former Webster City wrestling coach accused of assaulting a man will now stand trial in September. Ted Larson, 50, of Webster City, is now set to stand trial on Sept. 15. more »»

Firms vow to add Iowa jobs to manage Medicaid program

August 21, 2015 IOWA CITY — The big health insurance companies picked to manage Iowa’s $4. more »»

His last sermon

August 20, 2015 Humor guides his message every Sunday. Each sermon he preaches starts with laughter. Congregation members used to this approach will have to accept a change soon because the Re. more »»

Casey's robber sought

August 20, 2015 A suspect is being sought in an armed robbery at the Casey's on Second Avenue North early this morning. The unidentified suspect, who was armed with a handgun, robbed Casey's, 2206 Second Ave. N. more »»

Otho-Kalo Community Center opens

August 20, 2015 OTHO — An old church has a new use for the newer part of its building. more »»



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