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Jury selection continues in Crisp trial

June 7, 2016 ROCKWELL CITY — Prosecutors and defense attorneys are expected to narrow down a Calhoun County jury pool today as the jury selection process continue. more »»

Footings, steel package OK’d by school board

June 7, 2016 The Fort Dodge Community School District approved the fourth of eight planned bid packages Monday for the new Duncombe Elementary. more »»

Humboldt supervisors sign new contract with engineer

June 7, 2016 DAKOTA CITY — The Humboldt County Board of Supervisors renewed its contract with County Engineer Paul Jacobson at Monday’s meeting. more »»

Seasons of change

June 6, 2016 Celebration filled Dodger Stadium as 242 Fort Dodge Senior High students in scarlet red gowns had the completion of their education formally acknowledged Sunday. more »»

Dakota Access Pipeline construction can begin

June 6, 2016 The Iowa Utilities Board voted Monday afternoon to allow construction to begin on the Dakota Access pipeline. more »»

Goodbye, Sandy

June 6, 2016 Like the night owl she was, Sandy Mickelson devised her final, most memorable plot twist Saturday night just as the clock was creeping toward midnight. She was far from alone in that last breat. more »»

Frontier Days wraps up

June 6, 2016 A weekend of fun during Frontier Days at the Fort Museum and Frontier Village wrapped up Sunday afternoon. Jason Reyes, event committee member, said several people were already asking about next year. more »»

Watne works to find solutions

June 6, 2016 CLARION — Wright County Supervisor Stan Watne can be found at the lower level of the Wright County Courthouse, attending the weekly meeting of the Board of Supervisors every Monday morning, just as... more »»

Power outage affects businesses along 5th Avenue South Sunday

June 6, 2016 A string of businesses along Fifth Avenue South lost power Sunday night. The outage occurred at 6:33 p.m., according to Ashton Newman, a spokeswoman for MidAmerican Energy Company. more »»

To the frontier

June 5, 2016 If someone were to step out of a time machine from 1880 and find themselves inside Donahue’s General Store at the Fort Museum and Frontier Village there’s a pretty good chance that what Ryleigh... more »»

Power outage along 5th Avenue South

June 5, 2016 A string of businesses along Fifth Avenue South lost power Sunday night. The outage occurred at 6:33 p.m., according to Ashton Newman, a spokeswoman for MidAmerican Energy. more »»

King vs. Bertrand

June 5, 2016 There is one contested primary election race in the congressional district that includes Fort Dodge. That race is on the Republican ballot, where U.S. Rep. Steve King, of Kiron, faces state Se. more »»

Singer vs. Thode

June 5, 2016 Webster County Supervisor Bob Singer faces a primary challenge from Bob Thode this year. more »»

Crisp trial to start Monday

June 5, 2016 ROCKWELL CITY — The trial of a Pomeroy man accused of killing a North Dakota man in November is set to begin Monday. more »»

Water quality: Is it a question of funding?

June 4, 2016 If Iowa farmers don’t want to face further lawsuits over water quality — or even direct regulation from the EPA — the state must invest the funds needed to clean up its water as quickly as possib. more »»

Grassley visits CJ BioAmerica

June 4, 2016 U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley visited CJ BioAmerica Friday. Invited by the company, Grassley took time to visit with more than 60 employees as well. more »»

Iowa Central summer camps begin soon

June 4, 2016 Iowa Central Community College is readying for another season of summer camp. more »»

New shelter debuts at county fairgrounds

June 4, 2016 Webster County Fair Board members, fairgrounds staff and other volunteers are busy preparing for the 2016 edition of the Webster County Fair, set for its 2016 run July 13-17. more »»

IPI, ISU partnership helps inmates in Fort Dodge and Mitchellville

June 4, 2016 A partnership between a prison program meant to teach inmates skills and an Iowa college was discussed at the monthly meeting of the Iowa Board of Correction. more »»



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