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Teen set to plead in FD trail stabbing

March 20, 2015 Billy Foster is expected to plead guilty to attempted murder for an attack last fall on a woman running on the Snell-Crawford Park Trail. more »»

Plans for FD fireworks readied

March 20, 2015 Some Fort Dodge organizations are already planning the community’s midsummer celebration to mark the birth of the United States of America. more »»

Fort Dodge ramps up planning for RAGBRAI

March 20, 2015 With exactly four months until the July 20 RAGBRAI stop in Fort Dodge, committees have announced where the campgrounds will be. Fort Dodge Senior High and St. more »»

Two to the rescue

March 19, 2015 When Paul Schreck began to eat lunch at a recent meeting of the Fort Dodge Noon Lions Club, he noticed that his serving of chicken casserole was a little dry and crust. more »»

Juvenile in trail assault to plead guilty

March 19, 2015 Billy Foster, the teen charged with attempted murder in connection with an assault on Snell-Crawford Park Trail in October, is set to plead guilty to that charg. more »»

FD RAGBRAI campgrounds announced

March 19, 2015 Committees planning the July 20 RAGBRAI stop in Fort Dodge have decided where the campgrounds will be. Fort Dodge Senior High and St. more »»

Porter to drop Dayton parade lawsuit

March 19, 2015 DAYTON — Dayton Rodeo founder Allen Porter intends to drop a lawsuit he filed against the rodeo. more »»

Warnke gets five years for pursuit

March 19, 2015 David Warnke admitted Wednesday that he led officers from multiple agencies on a high-speed pursuit through Fort Dodge and Webster Count. more »»

A few good weather spotters wanted

March 19, 2015 When it comes to tracking weather, tools such as radar and satellites can only tell meteorologists so muc. more »»

FDSH dispatches ‘Positive Postcards’

March 19, 2015 Fort Dodge Senior High is encouraging acts of kindness among its students with Positive Postcards. more »»

Laurens to host event for veterans

March 19, 2015 LAURENS — Pocahontas County veterans will have a chance to learn about all the various services available to them during a special event Saturday. more »»

Charles City fire chief hits elderly woman in crosswalk

March 19, 2015 CHARLES CITY (AP) — Police said the Charles City fire chief struck an 86-year-old woman in a crosswalk while driving a department vehicle. more »»

Donors raised concerns

March 19, 2015 DES MOINES — The founders of a beef company who were major donors to Go. more »»

Algona marks St. Patrick’s Day

March 18, 2015 ALGONA — For a brief moment Tuesday, downtown Algona was filled with a sea of green as the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade went through town. more »»

Nitrate showdown headed for federal court

March 18, 2015 Buena Vista, Calhoun and Sac counties are poised to square off in court with the Des Moines Water Works over alleged nitrate pollution in the Raccoon River. more »»

Man stabbed, two women assaulted in fight Monday

March 18, 2015 A man was stabbed and two women were assaulted during a fight Monday evening, and police are seeking information on the suspects. more »»

Almost Home director Elliott steps down

March 18, 2015 Tania Elliott has stepped down as director of Almost Home Humane Society of North Central Iowa. “I have left Almost Home,” Elliott said Monday. more »»

Doty: Officers can use force when in danger

March 18, 2015 Following a weekend incident where a dog was shot by a Fort Dodge Police Officer, Chief Kevin Doty explained that department policy allowed the officer to take that action. more »»

SSMID seeks board members

March 18, 2015 An organization that supports improvement projects in downtown Fort Dodge is seeking volunteers willing to take on a leadership role in the group. more »»



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