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The rodeo way

September 4, 2015 DAYTON — Area school children got a chance to get up close and personal to performers, horse and arena as they toured the Dayton Rodeo grounds Thursday morning. more »»

Neighborhood Watch interest rockets

September 4, 2015 Interest in the Neighborhood Watch program has soared after the Take Back Our Community meeting last month. more »»

Officials seek return of FD flights

September 4, 2015 Airport and airline officials said Thursday that they’re hoping flights between Fort Dodge and Chicago will resume shortly. more »»

Operation Christmas needs a home

September 4, 2015 Operation Christmas needs a home. “Parking is the big thing,” said co-chairman Gwen Anderson Thursday. “And ground floor, because we have to have handicap accessibility. more »»

Seward stays in Ward 2 race

September 4, 2015 There will be a three-way race to replace retiring Fort Dodge Councilman Don Wilson after all. more »»

Leadership Fort Dodge kicks off

September 4, 2015 The 11th Leadership Fort Dodge class was introduced to the program Thursday at Willow Ridge and got a peak of what they will learn over the next nine months. more »»

After the flood

September 3, 2015 DAYTON — Shelley Garland stood in her basement Tuesday night, her bare feet made footprints in the slimy layer of mud coating the floor that was left behind after nearby Skillet Creek flooded the... more »»

Forces of nature damage road

September 3, 2015 DAYTON — When flash flooding Friday caused by a reported 9 inches of rain sent Skillet Creek over its banks, turned fields into ponds and sent torrents of water running across rural Webster County... more »»

Reward offered in golf course damage

September 3, 2015 Webster County Crime Stoppers is offering $500 for information leading to the people who vandalized the Fort Dodge Country Club golf course last weekend. more »»

Mosley case sent to District Court

September 3, 2015 Lakendrick Mosley, who is accused of shooting a man in the back last month, will be arraigned on Sept. 14. Mosley, 24, of Fort Dodge, had his case sent to Webster County District Court Wednesday. more »»

New capabilities

September 3, 2015 DAYTON — A newly purchased used pumper truck will be giving the Dayton Fire Department some additional capabilities when it goes into service in a few weeks. more »»

Despite flooding, Dayton Rodeo still on

September 3, 2015 DAYTON — After Friday rains filled the Dayton Rodeo arena with a reported 9 inches of water, the show will go on as planned. more »»

Growth Alliance holds annual photo contest

September 3, 2015 The Greater Fort Dodge Growth Alliance is once again hosting its annual Fort Dodge Area Photo Contest. more »»

Ready for Polka Fest

September 3, 2015 Ready for Polka Fest... more »»

Business Watch

September 2, 2015 A newly launched program looks to help curb shoplifting at local Fort Dodge businesses. more »»

Fort Dodge public schools dismiss early Wednesday

September 2, 2015 All Fort Dodge public schools will dismiss at 1:10 p.m. today due to heat and humidity. There will be no Middle School activities. more »»

$500 reward for Country Club vandalism info

September 2, 2015 Webster County Crime Stoppers is offering $500 for information leading to the people who vandalized the Fort Dodge Country Club golf course last weekend. more »»

Hillary Tyler is released on bond

September 2, 2015 Hillary Tyler, the Oklahoma woman who had her second-degree murder conviction overturned earlier this year, has been released on bond pending her new trial. more »»

Lights could save county $9,000

September 2, 2015 Webster County wants to reduce the cost of keeping the lights o. more »»

Fort Dodge apartment project OK’d by board

September 2, 2015 A vacant 120-year-old Fort Dodge building will be remodeled into apartments with the approval of the city’s Board of Adjustmen. more »»



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