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FD City Council may allow open burning

October 25, 2015 The Fort Dodge City Council will consider temporarily lifting the ban on open burning during its meeting Monday. more »»

Managing waterways

October 24, 2015 What is a watershed management authority? In addition to managing its own watersheds, Webster County belongs to two of those authorities. more »»

Man tries suicide near Kenyon Road Bridge

October 24, 2015 A man apparently tried to kill himself Friday morning by cutting his neck by the Kenyon Road Bridge. more »»

Children’s author visits St. Edmond

October 24, 2015 Diane deGroat, author and illustrator of the Gilbert the Possum preschool series, visited St. Edmond Catholic School Friday. more »»

Spears admits to theft

October 24, 2015 A woman involved in an August theft attempt that led a major search for two suspects throughout eastern Fort Dodge pleaded guilty Friday. more »»

13 Days of Halloween

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Survivor fights for victims

October 23, 2015 “Everything happens for a reason.” That’s what Tiffany Allison told the crowd at the Domestic/Sexual Assault Outreach Center’s annual domestic violence awareness vigil Thursday at St. more »»

Housing, spending addressed

October 23, 2015 Six Fort Dodge City Council candidates offered their thoughts on how to spur the construction of new homes in the community during a Thursday evening forum. more »»

Smoke detector blitz planned

October 23, 2015 Fort Dodge residents who don’t have working smoke detectors will get the opportunity to have them personally installed by firefighters during a smoke detector blitz Saturda. more »»

Public library open house is Wednesday

October 23, 2015 Fort Dodge Public Library’s annual fall open house is Wednesday. “It’s about our 15th year now to have it,” Laurie Hotz, youth services director, said. more »»

13 days of Halloween

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Graduation Day

October 22, 2015 When Josi Pahl arrived at the Gateway to Discovery program as a scared 18-year-old, she had little idea of what to expect as the first client of the residential treatment program for women in Fort... more »»

A plan for northwest FD

October 22, 2015 A big box store and some significant street improvements are included in a plan for the northwestern side of Fort Dodge that was unveiled Wednesday evenin. more »»

Pipeline suit in Cherokee dismissed

October 22, 2015 CHEROKEE — A judge has dismissed a lawsuit three landowners in the path of a proposed oil pipeline had filed against the Iowa Utilities Board. District Court Judge Carl J. more »»

Haunted Hollow to benefit D/SAOC

October 22, 2015 A group of high school students is using a class project to help benefit a local domestic violence shelter. more »»

A letter from Calvin

October 22, 2015 Fort Dodge Mayor Matt Bemrich has a — somewhat secret — admirer. He’s a boy who wants to be a superhero. Bemrich received the second of two letters from Calvin Shepard on Wednesday. more »»

Denisa Gace among Iowa Central honorees

October 22, 2015 Denisa Gace is one of 10 Iowa Central Community College alumni being inducted into the Triton Hall of Fame Saturday. The annual event is part of the college’s homecoming week celebration. more »»

2015 Triton Hall of Famers

October 22, 2015 Iowa Central Community College will honor 10 alumni as its 2015 Hall of Fame Class Saturday, in addition to a long-time Iowa Central Board of Trustee member, Garland Hanson, who is the recipient of... more »»

13 days of Halloween

October 22, 2015 -Messenger photo by Hans Madsen... more »»



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