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Gov. Branstad vetoes $55.7 million in school funds

July 3, 2015 DES MOINES — Gov. Terry Branstad announced a series of budget vetoes Thursday, using his powerful pen to cross out $55. more »»

Judge overturns sex assault conviction

July 3, 2015 IOWA CITY — A judge has overturned the conviction of an imprisoned former University of Iowa honors student who is charged with raping a fellow student, citing misconduct by the prosecutor and error... more »»

Reading Road Trip

July 2, 2015 To say that Dan Wardell, the star of the Iowa Public Television program “Kids Clubhouse” is welcome in Fort Dodge might be a bit of an understatement. more »»

Boil advisory issued for area near FD Fareway

July 2, 2015 The City of Fort Dodge Water Department is recommending to boil the water before using for drinking or to use an alternative source for this specific area near the Fareway Store. 1st Ave. more »»

Company closes deal for Riverside plant

July 2, 2015 A Fort Dodge facility for making animal medicines and vaccines known as the Riverside plant has a new owner. more »»

Road closures announced for fireworks traffic

July 2, 2015 Special traffic changes have been announced in preparation for the annual Fort Dodge fireworks show Sunda. more »»

Chief offers tips for a safe Fourth

July 2, 2015 As the Fourth of July celebrations approach, law enforcement officials are offering reminders of how to stay safe during the holiday. more »»

Staying safe

July 1, 2015 With less than a month before RAGBRAI comes through Fort Dodge, local organizers are finalizing plans to make sure everybody stays safe. Iowa State Patrol Lt. more »»

Rockwell City boil advisory lifted

July 1, 2015 ROCKWELL CITY — The city of Rockwell City has announced residents no longer need to boil water before use. Work has been completed and tests for bacteria have come back satisfactory. more »»

Hillary Tyler will get a new trial

July 1, 2015 Hillary Tyler, who was convicted of second-degree murder in the September 2011 drowning death of her newborn baby boy, has been granted a new trial by the Iowa Supreme Cour. more »»

Supervisors approve FY 2016 budget

July 1, 2015 A proposed oil pipeline will have to fulfill requirements set out in a resolution Monday before it can be built through any drainage districts in Webster County. more »»

Traffic count units deployed around FD

July 1, 2015 Black cables have been stretched across numerous roads in and around Fort Dodge this week as part of an effort to record how many vehicles are moving through the area. more »»

Drainage district compromise sought

July 1, 2015 A compromise may be coming for an independent drainage district seeking to establish a more defined space to work during cleanouts. more »»

DARE works to prevent drug abuse among kids

June 30, 2015 As children grow up, they may encounter situations where drugs or alcohol are present. more »»

Rockwell City issues boil order

June 30, 2015 ROCKWELL CITY — Rockwell City is currently under a boil order. The city’s water supply lost pressure due to a valve replacement Tuesday mornin. more »»

Service personnel talk substance abuse

June 30, 2015 Family service workers from across North Central Iowa spent nearly the entire day Monday learning about how mothers with substance abuse issues can impact their children. The program, held at St. more »»

Zoning rules could be eased in Webster Co.

June 30, 2015 Rebuilding a house on a smaller acreage will become easier in Webster County, if the Webster County Supervisors approve changes proposed by the Planning and Zoning Commission Monday night. more »»

Audit report: Moorland lost more than $58K

June 30, 2015 MOORLAND — A special investigation done by the state auditor’s office alleges that Moorland lost more than $58,000 due to actions from the former city clerk who died in August 2014. more »»

Humboldt sups discuss storm aid

June 30, 2015 DAKOTA CITY — Financial assistance is available for Humboldt County residents who suffered storm damage last week, the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors were told at Monday’s board meeting. more »»



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