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Don Luhmann, of Otho

November 8, 2015 OTHO — Don Luhmann keeps a unique memento of his Navy service carefully rolled up in a cardboard tube. It’s a large certificate decorated with drawings of waves and mermaids. more »»

Sweet second chance

November 7, 2015 When Evy Somsen, the Hope Sweet Hope studio coordinator, took a group of clients from Gateway to Discovery to the Community Orchard north of Fort Dodge this summer, it was just supposed to be a fun... more »»

Three FD residents face drug charges

November 7, 2015 Three Fort Dodge residents are facing felony drug charges after law enforcement officers raided a house in the city Friday, police reporte. more »»

Grocery group honors Bocken

November 7, 2015 A Fort Dodge man has been honored by the Iowa Grocery Industry Association for working with the state government on behalf of businesses that sell food. more »»

I-START debuts in the Webster County region

November 7, 2015 A new framework is being set up to help people with intellectual or developmental disabilities get the most out of their healthcare providers and community resources. more »»

David Saldivar, of Webster City

November 7, 2015 WEBSTER CITY — When David Saldivar decided to enlist in the military, he wanted to be part of a group that had the best possible training for combat. more »»

Two historic places

November 6, 2015 The former Fair Oaks and Phillips middle school buildings have been added to the National Register of Historic Places. more »»

Steinkamp is hanging up his hat

November 6, 2015 After 30 years as a law enforcement officer, most of which was spent with the Iowa State Patrol, Sgt. Randy Steinkamp is retiring. Steinkamp’s last day is Monday. more »»

DNA links Patton to two more Fort Dodge burglaries

November 6, 2015 A man who is scheduled to plead guilty to burglary has now been charged with two more burglaries after being linked to the crime through blood. more »»

FDSH robotics teams prepare for competition

November 6, 2015 It is the fourth year of competition for Fort Dodge Senior High’s robotics team. more »»

Megan McMahon, of Fort Dodge

November 6, 2015 A pair of rare medical conditions didn’t stifle Megan McMahon’s desire to serve in the United States military. more »»

Model for growth

November 5, 2015 The ongoing growth in Fort Dodge has created a positive model that other communities in Iowa should follow, Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds said Wednesday night. more »»

Father, son share legacy of service to U.S.

November 5, 2015 One sailed across the Pacific Ocean and patrolled the coast of war-torn South Vietnam. The other flew helicopters bristling with guns and rocket launchers through the skies over Iraq. more »»

Pipeline speakers must sign up

November 5, 2015 The Iowa Utilities Board has announced a sign-up process for anyone wishing to speak at the public comment hearing Nov. 12 in Boone. more »»

Swanson gets 25 years for slashing inmate

November 5, 2015 IOWA CITY — Michael Swanson, who killed two convenience store workers in 2010 and was convicted in 2011, will serve an additional 25 years after pleading guilty to attempted murde. more »»

Landfill settlement is formally filed

November 5, 2015 A $135,000 settlement between state officials and the regional landfill south of Fort Dodge has been formally filed. more »»

Humboldt mayor is defeated

November 5, 2015 HUMBOLDT — Incumbent Mayor Walter Jensen lost his reelection bid by a wide margin to Dan Scholl Tuesday night. more »»

CJ Bio America, Spin Markket honored for volunteer efforts

November 5, 2015 Two local businesses whose employees devoted many hours to volunteer work were honored by the Greater Fort Dodge Growth Alliance Wednesday night. more »»


November 4, 2015 Three members of the Fort Dodge City Council were re-elected Tuesday with no opposition. Councilman Terry Moehnke won his second term representing Ward 1. He received 239 votes. more »»

Conrad defeats Thompson in at-large race

November 4, 2015 Neven Conrad easily defeated Clarice Thompson to win the at-large seat on the Fort Dodge City Council on Tuesday. Conrad won 66.34 percent of the vote, while Thompson won 33. more »»



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