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Your tax dollars at work

July 16, 2015 This is a summary of major bills approved for payment by the Fort Dodge City Council on Monday. more »»

CCS remodels under new administrator

July 15, 2015 Community Christian School is remodeling through the summer. more »»

Prairie Lakes impacted by Branstad veto

July 15, 2015 POCAHONTAS — Prairie Lakes Area Education Agency will lose $131,000 in its 2015-16 budget due to Gov. Terry Branstad’s veto of $55.7 million in supplemental education funds. more »»

Drainage District 96 compromise is rejected

July 15, 2015 Drainage District 96 has rejected a compromise proposed by the Webster County Supervisors over an agreement to better define construction easements. more »»

Grassley, Ernst skeptical of Iran deal

July 15, 2015 Iowa’s United States senators — Republicans Joni Ernst and Charles Grassley — are voicing concerns about the nuclear deal with Iran. more »»

Flying off into the sunset

July 14, 2015 Nearly two decades of volunteer service to the Fort Dodge Regional Airport concluded Monday evening for Dr. Richard Jacobson. more »»

City moving to prevent ash borer onslaught

July 14, 2015 The tree-killing pest called the emerald ash borer hasn’t been found in Fort Dodge, but city crews are busy working to remove those trees most likely to be destroyed by it. more »»

FD council signs off on house cleanup

July 14, 2015 The owner of a once trash-filled Fort Dodge home that was deemed a health hazard has been allowed to move back in after a major cleanup job. more »»

Northwest neighborhood plan started by council

July 14, 2015 A plan to inject new life into the northwest side of Fort Dodge will be developed this year, and grants rather than tax dollars will cover the $65,000 cost. more »»

FD schools to introduce Welcome Conferences

July 14, 2015 Pre-kindergarten through fifth-grade students in Fort Dodge community schools will begin school this year with a positive experienc. more »»

Perry touts his record during Fort Dodge visit

July 14, 2015 Experience matters, according to former Texas Gov. Rick Perry. more »»

Fair ends with races

July 13, 2015 Mud flew high as racers rounded the corners during the Figure 8 Races on the last day of the Webster County Fair on Sunday. more »»

Anderson oversees FD landfill

July 13, 2015 Some days Rob Anderson can be found driving one of the huge compactors that crushes garbage in the landfill. more »»

Fair features food, fitness

July 12, 2015 Danny Eslick, of Dayton, a member of the Dayton Tigers 4-H Club, could only eat his slice of sweet cold watermelon with one hand Saturday at the Iowa Farm Bureau Watermelon Feed during the Webster... more »»

Officials release RAGBRAI routes

July 12, 2015 It may be quicker to ride a bike to work next week as thousands of cyclists visit Fort Dodge during RAGBRAI. more »»

Stratford Bluegrass Festival plays on

July 12, 2015 STRATFORD — If the audience wants the members of the bluegrass group Lori King & Junction 63 to play a request they don’t know, singer and bass player Lori King offered an easy solution Saturday... more »»

History and a hike

July 11, 2015 ALGONA — Those celebrating Founders’ Day in Algona had a unique opportunity to learn about the town’s history from Mayor Lynn Kuec. more »»

U.S. 20 backers savor success

July 11, 2015 SIOUX CITY — With their goal of a four-lane highway all across Iowa coming increasingly closer to reality, members of the U.S. more »»

Fun in the barn

July 11, 2015 ROCKWELL CITY — Cher got herself a makeover Friday afternoon at the Calhoun County Expo in Rockwell City — Not the singer and actress — Cher the heifer. more »»

Webster County Fair celebrates 4-H kids

July 11, 2015 The Webster County Fair is more than just livestock. It’s a celebration of a year’s worth of efforts from hundreds of area 4-H’ers. more »»

 
 
 

 

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