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It’s never too late to say you are sorry

August 3, 2015 Ed Jackfert of Wellsburg, W.Va., has received something for which he has been waiting more than half a century —î an apology. The gesture will have worldwide significanc. more »»

Bill Northey keeps in touch with Iowans

August 2, 2015 Bill Northey, Iowa’s secretary of agriculture, is determined to keep faith with his pledge to visit all 99 Iowa counties each year to meet with Iowans to discuss the future of agriculture. more »»

Smart911 can help save lives

August 1, 2015 Beginning today, Webster County residents have a new way to pass on detailed information that can help firefighters or medical crews better respond to emergencies. more »»

Seeking input is the right thing to do

July 31, 2015 The value of the Des Moines River corridor to Fort Dodge and Webster County is undeniabl. more »»

Iran pact warrants close scrutiny

July 29, 2015 Members of the United Nations Security Council recently voted unanimously to support a proposed agreement with Iran over production of nuclear weapons. more »»

‘Lone wolf’ terrorists pose a threat

July 28, 2015 Terrorists in the Middle East may not have an armada of drone aircraft at their disposal, but they kill by remote control just as effectively —î perhaps more so —î as the U.S. military. more »»

Sixteenth Republican enters the race

July 27, 2015 For too long, the economy has been the political playground of presidents — of both parties — and many members of Congress. Ohio Gov. more »»

‘Cold cases’ series starts today

July 26, 2015 Homicides attract the attention of just about everyone. more »»

‘Cold cases’ series starts today

July 26, 2015 Homicides attract the attention of just about everyone. more »»

The Blanden is more than a museum

July 26, 2015 The Blanden Memorial Art Museum, has been a landmark institution of fine arts and learning in the state of Iowa and Fort Dodge for 83 years. more »»

VA funding request requires scrutiny

July 25, 2015 In Washington, the penalty for shoddy work and sometimes criminal actions too often is more money. And remember, behind the Beltway, they keep the books in 10- to 12-digit numbers. more »»

John McCain is an American hero

July 24, 2015 It is unlikely Donald Trump remembers what he was doing on Oct. 26, 1967. He was a student at the prestigious Wharton School of Finance, not having to worry about being drafted for the Vietnam War. more »»

IRS needs to face budget realities

July 23, 2015 Taxpayers were not given good service by the government tax agency this year, officials admit. Advocates for the Internal Revenue Service blame —î you guessed it — budget cuts. more »»

Data thefts raise serious questions

July 22, 2015 A company that kept information about a massive theft of personal information from its customers’ secrets would be raked over the coals mercilessly by federal officials. more »»

Military spending is under review

July 21, 2015 The future of military spending is underway in the nation’s capital. “I believe that where we are now is about as low as we can go,” Army Chief of Staff Ge. more »»

Girls softball is back in Fort Dodge

July 20, 2015 One of summer’s most enjoyable events begins today. The Girls State Softball Tournament will be the highlight of the season for the 40 teams that made it to state-level competitio. more »»

RAGBRAI arrives in FD Monday

July 19, 2015 Now in its 43rd year, RAGBRAI is a summer event in the Hawkeye State that is known not only all across America but internationally as wel. more »»

Keep the Delta Queen on our rivers

July 18, 2015 Government protects us, or says it does, from virtually every risk. Sometimes it also protects us from our heritage. more »»

Greece finally confronts reality

July 17, 2015 No doubt many Greeks are upset with their prime minister, after he agreed to tax increases and entitlement cuts needed to keep the country’s economy from going belly-up. more »»

Urban-Ag Academy is a worthy endeavor

July 16, 2015 There was a time when the majority of those people elected to the nation’s legislatures knew a great deal about the issues that are important to rural America. more »»

 
 
 

 

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