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Sac County seeks quilts

June 12, 2015 SAC CITY — Quilters interested in having their work displayed during the Sac County Quilt-a-Fair are now able to send in their applications. The Sac County Quilt-a-Fair will be held Sept. more »»

Lawsuit involves former Algona resident

June 12, 2015 PORTLAND, Maine — The lawyer for an orphanage founder originally from Algona who is accused of sexually abusing boys in Haiti got into a heated confrontation with a man who advocates for child... more »»

In FD, Carson on campaign trail

June 12, 2015 Dr. Ben Carson, a retired neurosurgeon and 2016 presidential candidate, visited Fort Dodge Thursday. He was hosted by the Webster County Republican Central Committee. more »»

Once in 100 years

June 11, 2015 A century-old piece of Fort Dodge Masonic history was examined for the first time Wednesday at the Fort Museum. Dan Brown, secretary of Ashlar Lodge No. more »»

Ready to renovate

June 11, 2015 Marian Home and Village is readying for its multi-million dollar remodeling and construction project. more »»

Market returns to FD Saturday

June 11, 2015 Organizers of Market on Central will kick off its new season Saturday by urging people to roll on into downtown Fort Dodge on two wheels. more »»

Rivers charged with assault

June 11, 2015 Robert Rivers Jr. is facing felony charges after he allegedly forced his way into a home and hit a woman with a gun. more »»

New Annies

June 11, 2015 The current crop of CPR training dummies — known as Annies — in use by Unity Point Health — Fort Dodge and Trinity Regional Medical Center have suffered their last chest compression. more »»

Summer safety

June 11, 2015 Students in Fort Dodge start the summer with safety. The annual Fort Dodge Safety Camp began Monday and continues today at Duncombe Elementary. more »»

Shooting investigation continues

June 11, 2015 The shooting of two men early Tuesday morning remains under investigation by the Fort Dodge Police Department and Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation. more »»

Noon Rotary honor two students

June 11, 2015 The Fort Dodge Noon Rotary recently presented Outstanding Student Awards to students from St. Edmond and Fort Dodge Senior High. more »»

Preventing human trafficking

June 10, 2015 Human services and law enforcement professionals gathered in Fort Dodge Tuesday to learn about human trafficking and ways to look out for it. more »»

One flown to Des Moines after shooting

June 10, 2015 One man was flown to Des Moines and another treated for a hand injury following a shooting early Tuesday mornin. more »»

State commits to finishing 4-lane US 20

June 10, 2015 The Iowa Transportation Commission on Tuesday committed to finishing the U.S. Highway 20 four-lane project by the end of 2018. more »»

Webster Co. discusses bird flu plan

June 10, 2015 A state of emergency was declared for Webster County Tuesday morning, in response to the outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza found in the county. more »»

Iowa Central board sets tuition, salary rates

June 10, 2015 The Iowa Central Community College board of directors voted Tuesday to increase tuition rates and faculty wages for the 2015-16 year. more »»

Demolition crew coming to zoo

June 9, 2015 A crew of prison inmates will soon begin tearing down the pens that once held small and exotic animals at the Oleson Park Zoo as Fort Dodge officials start getting the site cleaned up for some futur... more »»

Police investigating early morning shooting

June 9, 2015 Following an early-morning report of gunshots, a Fort Dodge man has been transported by air ambulance to Des Moines. more »»

TC Mae’s feels effect of road work

June 9, 2015 An owner of a downtown restaurant located in the middle of a First Avenue South construction zone asked the Fort Dodge City Council on Monday for some help to keep the business alive. more »»

Utility scam targets FD customers

June 9, 2015 Scammers posing as MidAmerican Energy employees have been calling Fort Dodge residents in an attempt to gain money. more »»

 
 
 

 

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