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Restraining order against protesters sought

August 30, 2016 DES MOINES (AP) — The company building an oil pipeline across Iowa is asking a federal judge to issue a restraining order against two protest groups and their leaders. more »»

Down on the farm

August 29, 2016 PALMER — There were no screens or smartphones of any kind at the 33rd annual Wiegert Prairie Fall Fest on Sunday as visitors got a glimpse into how people lived during the 1800s. more »»

On patrol

August 29, 2016 When law enforcement agencies across the state patrol the roads over the next week, they will have one goal in mind — stopping a recent trend of higher-than-normal fatal accidents. more »»

Chug a luggin’ around Brushy Creek

August 29, 2016 HOMER — Earl Hanson, of Dayton, bought his John Deere tractor new in 1958. more »»

Canine reunion

August 28, 2016 As the many Leader Dogs in training showed off their skills Saturday afternoon during the sixth annual Puppy Day at the Fort Dodge Correctional Facility, one of the alumni, a black lab named Lady,... more »»

Hate crimes forum coming to FD

August 28, 2016 A forum focusing on hate crimes is coming to Fort Dodge Tuesday. It will feature law enforcement and public safety agencies talking about hate crimes and how to prevent them. more »»

Guyader, Einwalter new to Fort Museum

August 28, 2016 New faces at the Fort Museum and Frontier Village are looking to bring a fresh perspective to the historic site. more »»

On time and under budget

August 28, 2016 A plain gray building on South 32nd Street in Fort Dodge defies the stereotype of municipal projects being late and more expensive than planned. more »»

Tires and bottles

August 27, 2016 OTHO — A group of Koch Nitrogen employees who went on a river cleanup Friday afternoon didn’t have to paddle very far before they hit paydirt — or more accurately — a tire filled with dirt. more »»

Landowners’ attorney blames Dakota Access

August 27, 2016 The attorney for landowners seeking to temporarily block a pipeline on their property fired back at claims the landowners had waited too long to seek a stay that would halt construction, at least... more »»

Cub Scout sessions coming to area

August 27, 2016 Area elementary school-age boys who are interested in joining Cub Scouts will have the opportunity to do so at an upcoming series of informational sessions. more »»

Dealing with job stress in law enforcement

August 27, 2016 It’s no secret that law enforcement is a stressful job. more »»

God’s love in a doughnut hole

August 27, 2016 An international ministry that reaches thousands of lives can start with humble beginnings. For Rob Evans, it started with a plate of doughnuts. more »»

‘Too big to stay’

August 26, 2016 Iowa regulators rejected a request by 15 Iowa landowners to order a temporary halt to construction of an oil pipeline on their land. more »»

Otho boil advisory lifted

August 26, 2016 A boil advisory issued for Otho on Aug. 10 has been lifted. The Iowa Department of Natural Resources said water samples have indicated the water is safe to drink. more »»

Driver accused of ramming stolen van into Racing Unlimited

August 26, 2016 A Webster City man has been ordered held in jail after he allegedly stole a van and used it to break into the business it belonged to. more »»

Hamilton County searchers find body

August 26, 2016 STRATFORD — An individual was found dead in a remote area of Hamilton County Wednesday following a search that covered parts of two counties and involved multiple agencies. more »»

Algona to build new city hall

August 26, 2016 ALGONA — After about five years of contemplation, construction on a new City Hall in Algona is slated to begin spring 2017, according to Lynn Kueck, Algona mayor. more »»

Time to come home

August 26, 2016 WEBSTER CITY — Max Bailey, his parents and sister are finally together again in the U.S. and planning for what comes next in their lives. more »»



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