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Eastwood Realty moves downtown

June 19, 2016 One of Fort Dodge’s newest businesses expanded so fast that less than a year after it was launched, it outgrew its original venu. more »»

Takle: Farmers adapting work to climate changes

June 19, 2016 ALTOONA — A variety of subjects were covered during a farmland owner’s workshop held at Iowa State University Extension’s Polk County office last week. more »»

Woodruff project enrolled in WORKSAFE

June 19, 2016 Woodruff Construction LLC of Fort Dodge is partnering with Iowa Occupational Safety and Health Administration Consultation and Master Builders of Iowa by enrolling its project, Fort Dodge Main Lift... more »»

Crimmins Law Firm has a new home

June 12, 2016 The Fort Dodge law office headed by Mark Crimmins has undergone two major changes and a third will take place this month. more »»

Resistant weeds are controllable

June 12, 2016 FARNHAMVILLE — Going into the 2016 growing season, experts agree getting ahead of weeds before they make an appearance in the field is an integral part of weed control. more »»

ShinyTop Brewing opens downtown

June 5, 2016 There’s a new enterprise in downtown Fort Dodge. Brothers Nate and Todd McCubbin have launched ShinyTop Brewing at 520 Central Ave. more »»

Achieve better farming, by building healthier soil

June 5, 2016 CARROLL — In the quest for higher yields, one of the solutions is as simple — and complex — as soil health. more »»

Fort Dodge Village Inn to undergo a remodel

June 5, 2016 The Fort Dodge Village Inn will temporarily close this week to undergo a remodel and reimage. At 3 p.m. today, the restaurant will shut down and the remodel will immediately begin. more »»

WCCTA receives awards at national conference

June 5, 2016 GOWRIE — The 2016 TeleChoice Awards were handed out by the Rural Broadband Association during the PR & Marketing Conference on May 2 in Charleston, South Carolina. more »»

Maureen Merrill ends banking career

May 29, 2016 Maureen Swanson Merrill will retire June 3, ending a 42-year career at First American Bank, 1207 Central Ave. more »»

Humboldt County is on the move

May 22, 2016 HUMBOLDT — In recent years Humboldt has displayed steady growth and expansion in its economic developmen. more »»

Lovin’ Duck Day

May 22, 2016 CARROLL — Walk into the Carroll County Extension office on the right spring day, and you’ll hear a steady “peep, peep, peep” coming from several cardboard boxes near the front door. more »»

Friendship Haven joins effort to combat pressure ulcers

May 22, 2016 Friendship Haven is now part of a nationwide initiative to reduce the incidence of pressure ulcers among nursing home residents. more »»

Hy-Vee expands services

May 22, 2016 WEST DES MOINES — All Hy-Vee pharmacies throughout the company’s eight-state region can now fill pet-specific medications. more »»

Pet Central — Everything Pet Boutique expands

May 15, 2016 The renaissance in downtown Fort Dodge shows no signs of slowing. The commercial heart of the city is rapidly becoming the venue of choice for a collection of innovative small businesses. more »»

May egg month

May 15, 2016 STORY CITY — How fresh do you want your eggs; 45 days or 45 minutes? “The average grocery store egg will be at least a month old,” said Julia Humphrey, of Story City, a backyard chicken owner and eg... more »»

Area dentists lecture at Iowa Dental session

May 15, 2016 DES MOINES?—?Dr. R. Bruce Cochrane, a Fort Dodge specialist in periodontics, prosthetics and implant dentistry, and Dr. more »»

Trucking industry sees changes

May 8, 2016 In the trucking industry, technology is driving change. Todd Smith, chief operating officer at Decker Truck Line Inc. more »»

Realtors deploy new lockboxes in Fort Dodge

May 8, 2016 Real estate properties around the Fort Dodge area are becoming more secure with the addition of new lockboxe. more »»

Handling llamas

May 8, 2016 IOWA FALLS — A dozen llama trotted, leaped and maneuvered through 4-H assistant Bill Steinfeldt’s obstacle course on April 23 during the season’s first 4-H Llama Project Workshop in Hardin County. more »»

 
 
 

 

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