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Up the stairs

April 10, 2016 OTHO — For a lot of people, the only involvement they will have with a flight of stairs on a Sunday morning is coming down for a leisurely breakfas. more »»

Northey endorses King

April 10, 2016 Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey endorsed U.S. Rep. Steve King Saturday during the Republican 4th District Convention in Fort Dodge. more »»

Beyond the game

April 10, 2016 Being part of the famous Harlem Globetrotters takes more than skill with a ball. more »»

Republicans converge in FD

April 10, 2016 Republican delegates from 39 counties gathered in Fort Dodge Saturday to pick three people to represent the area at the party’s national convention this summer. more »»

Supporting Dodgers

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Learning about Sacajawea

April 10, 2016 A program exploring the role of Sacajawea in the historic Lewis and Clark Expedition will be presented at 2 p.m. April 17 at the Vincent House, 824 Third Ave. S. The lecture is free. more »»

On the web

April 9, 2016 When a weather emergency happens, the public is sometimes limited in the ways in which it can receive informatio. more »»

IUB formally green lights pipeline

April 9, 2016 DES MOINES — The Iowa Utilities Board issued a permit for the Dakota Access Pipeline Friday afternoon. That doesn’t mean construction can begin right away, thoug. more »»

Friday recovering in D.M. hospital

April 9, 2016 DES MOINES — Kerk Friday, who was involved in a serious car accident last month in Missouri, is now recovering in Des Moines. more »»

Lessons in Spanish

April 9, 2016 St. Edmond Catholic School’s Spanish language students recently returned from Managua, Nicaragua. The trip from March 20 to 28 included both mission work and a little tourism, Leah Applebee, St. more »»

One last class

April 8, 2016 While the old Duncombe Elementary School building already witnessed its last young students learn the values of sharing, geography and long division, the building -- freshly stripped of asbestos --... more »»

Permit for pipeline approved

April 8, 2016 The Iowa Utilities Board has approved the permit for the Dakota Access Pipeline. more »»

BIVI to sell Fort Dodge plant

April 8, 2016 Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica Inc. will sell its Fort Dodge plant to meet regulatory requirements imposed on a pending deal between it and another business, company officials announced Thursday. more »»

Phase one of new ER project is complete

April 8, 2016 Phase one of the new state-of-the-art emergency room project is now complete at UnityPoint Health — Trinity Regional Medical Center. more »»

Special Olympians make the best of the cold

April 8, 2016 Athletes competed in puffy wind jackets at the annual Special Olympics Area Track and Field event at Dodger Stadium Thursday. more »»

Two charged in vehicle burglaries

April 8, 2016 Two Fort Dodge men have been charged in connection with early morning car burglaries in Fort Dodge. The incident was reported at 1:56 a.m. Thursday. more »»

Lawmakers plan Medicaid oversight

April 8, 2016 DES MOINES — House Republicans on Thursday announced a new proposal for state oversight of Iowa’s privatized Medicaid program that they say emphasizes transparency, but it’s unclear whether Senate... more »»

Coming together

April 7, 2016 Thousands of miles and centuries of history separate Fort Dodge from the city of Gjakova in the Balkan nation of Kosovo, but the two communities are beginning to forge a new relationshi. more »»

 
 
 

 

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