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Process Technology — good jobs and pay

August 11, 2013 What is Process Technology? Have you ever wondered who makes ethanol, anhydrous ammonia, feed stuffs or biodiesel? Process technicians make this happen. more »»

Alzheimer’s disease is a major cause of death

August 4, 2013 Last year, musician Glen Campbell and women’s college basketball coach Pat Summitt both bravely came forward and shared with the world the news of their diagnoses of Alzheimer’s disease and early... more »»

Paul Stevens remembers his dad

July 28, 2013 On the day before my dad’s funeral services, my brother Dave and I visited his old corner office on the second floor of The Messenger to say a final goodbye to the place where he held court as... more »»

Thank you, Walt

July 28, 2013 I was saddened to hear of the recent passing of Walt Stevens, editor emeritus of The Messenger, and yet flooded with fond memories as well. more »»

Sleep is essential to staying healthy

July 21, 2013 Quality sleep is an important factor in being healthy. There are significant benefits of restorative sleep and getting poor sleep can be disruptive and have a negative impact on our health. more »»

Remembering Walt

July 20, 2013 I started my career at The Messenger more than 24 years ago — technically, after Walt Stevens had retired in 1988 as editor and managing editor. more »»

Iowa Central Fuel Testing Laboratory is a tremendous success story

July 14, 2013 The Iowa Central Fuel Testing Laboratory began as an offshoot of the Biofuels Technology and Biotechnology programs created at Iowa Central Community College in the fall of 2006. more »»

Summer is here again — the fish await

July 7, 2013 Fish have a sense of humor, I’m convinced of it. Say you, the Great White Angler, take your city-bred wife for her first-ever fishing trip, to share just a bit of your limitless fountain of knowledge. more »»

Union head questions governor’s priorities

July 7, 2013 When elected officials make decisions about spending public dollars, they reveal their priorities and values. Gov. more »»

Comments on a new Messenger policy

June 30, 2013 As a community newspaper, The Messenger strives to engage with its readers. We appreciate the opportunity to be a part of the lives of thousands who turn to us for the latest local news. more »»

Aging mom was able to stay positive amid loss

June 30, 2013 Norene Hale, of Collins, died on April 13 at the age of 89. Here are comments made at her funeral by her son John. more »»

There is a silent health crisis for men

June 23, 2013 Mark Twain said, “Denial ain’t just a river in Egypt. more »»

Are you selling your senses short?

June 23, 2013 Tonight I was looking through some amazing photographs by George Holz, his artistic attempt to capture the various senses in his images. It is a subject that strikes a chord in me. more »»

Market on Central is the place to be this summer

June 16, 2013 “Look! I have June 22, the second Market on Central on my phone’s calendar” was a greeting I received a couple of weeks ago. more »»

A once empty parking lot sees life again

June 9, 2013 The growth and development of business and industry in Fort Dodge and the region has sparked a need for a qualified and skilled work force. more »»

Iowa Health System is now UnityPoint Health

June 2, 2013 You are probably aware that on April 16 Iowa Health System became UnityPoint Health. This is much more than a name change. more »»

Summer sunshine is welcome, but poses risks

May 26, 2013 Skin cancer is one of the most common skin problems seen by dermatologists and the most common cause of skin cancers is exposure to ultraviolet light, found in sunlight and tanning bed. more »»

Do you ‘talk turkey’ or ‘talk twaddle’

May 19, 2013 Since the dawn of people speaking, no one is born with the ability to “talk turkey,” or has the “gift of gab” because explicit, expressive and effective speaking is a learned skill. more »»

Keep graduation celebrations free of alcohol

May 12, 2013 It is hard to believe that another school year is drawing to a close. With that, parents and seniors around the area are busy planning graduation parties to celebrate this chapter of their lives. more »»



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