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FDCSD board approves wireless upgrade plan

December 9, 2014 The Fort Dodge Community School District board approved a wireless upgrade project for Fort Dodge Senior High Monday. more »»

Lehigh council discusses utilities

December 9, 2014 By JESSE MAJOR jmajor@messengernews.net LEHIGH — The city of Lehigh has started shutting off water to customers delinquent on their payment. more »»

No lights for Dayton?

December 8, 2014 DAYTON — Dayton’s Festival of Lights will not be happening this Christmas seaso. more »»

Swimming for cancer

December 8, 2014 When Morgan Border planned a breast stroke swimming fundraiser for breast cancer, her parents thought her $5,000 goal was a bit too lofty. more »»

To honor lost loved ones

December 8, 2014 To help those dealing with the loss of a loved one, Gunderson Funeral Home held its 16th annual A Time For Angels service of remembrance at St. Olaf Lutheran Church on Sunday. more »»

A Civitan Christmas

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Noon Lions honor members

December 8, 2014 The Fort Dodge Noon Lions club had fun Sunday night while handing out some prestigious awards. Before any games began though, the Lions gave out four awards to three peopl. more »»

Syncopated successes

December 7, 2014 The North Central Iowa Bandmasters Association Jazz Festival brought together 15 area schools at Fort Dodge Middle School Saturday for a day of music and competition. more »»

Green trial to begin

December 7, 2014 SAC CITY — A Georgia man accused of killing a Sac City man he had briefly lived with is set to stand trial starting Monday in Fort Dodge. John D. more »»

Kellner offers tour of lights in Dakota City

December 7, 2014 DAKOTA CITY — A man in Dakota City takes old traditions and makes them new each year with his annual sleigh rides through Dakota City and Humboldt. Every night from Thanksgiving through Dec. more »»

Coat drive provides warmth

December 7, 2014 People stood in line for more than an hour waiting for the Coats for Kids Giveaway Saturday morning at the Community Health Center. The doors opened up at 9 a.m. more »»

Stratford celebrates St. Lucia

December 7, 2014 STRATFORD — For many years, Sierra Miller, of Boxholm, has attended the annual Lucia Festivity of Light in Stratford with her family. more »»

Celebrate safely

December 6, 2014 The decorated tree, the lights, the flickering candles and the home cooking all help to make the Christmas holiday season special. more »»

Building future in hands of ed board

December 6, 2014 CORWITH — The Corwith-Wesley Community School District board is considering the future of its school building. Corwith-Wesley will dissolve at the end of the 2014-2015 school year. more »»

In Fort Dodge, Weinzetl keeps custody of evidence

December 6, 2014 When a crime happens in Fort Dodge and there is evidence in the case, it needs to be kept somewhere safe until it is needed. more »»

The Harl forecast

December 5, 2014 According to Dr. Neil Harl, the Charles . more »»

Changes coming to century-old building

December 5, 2014 The Panama Canal had recently opened, World War I was starting in Europe and President Woodrow Wilson was in the White House when Fort Dodge officials opened a state-of-the-art Municipal Building. more »»

Two charged after FDSH lockdown

December 5, 2014 Fort Dodge Senior High went into lockdown early Thursday morning. more »»

MAD in Fort Dodge steps up to help the needy

December 5, 2014 Jacque Johll, who recently founded Making A Difference in Fort Dodge, was inspired to do so by an event in her own life. more »»

Three FD firms submit LEC courtroom bids

December 5, 2014 Bids for a planned courtroom remodeling project have come in lower than expected. more »»

 
 
 

 

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