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Who will lead?

January 4, 2016 With the Iowa caucuses now less than a month away, people around the Fort Dodge area are starting to form opinions on who they might vote for. more »»

Counting birds

January 3, 2016 The old yarn about the early bird getting the worm can be also be applied to the efforts of those who headed out into the field Saturday morning to look for birds during the Webster County segment o... more »»

Baby enters the world Jan. 1

January 3, 2016 The first baby born at Trinity Regional Medical Center in 2016, Rhemmi Christine Gord, turned out to be an early present for her parents, Caitlyn and Michael Gord, of Bode. more »»

Conrad to be sworn in

January 3, 2016 Newly elected Fort Dodge Councilman Neven Conrad, along with four councilmen who were re-elected in November, will take the oath of office during a Monday morning ceremon. more »»

Four Dayton natives named to Iowa Rock ’n Roll Hall of Fame

January 3, 2016 The Mourning Glory Rock Band, founded and based in Dayton, Iowa in the 1970s, has been elected to the Iowa Rock ’n Roll Hall of Fame. more »»

UDMO helps

January 2, 2016 Upper Des Moines Opportunity, a community action agency based in Graettinger, provides assistance to more than 12 counties. more »»


January 1, 2016 More than 20 local students spent winter vacation learning coding and how to operate robots. more »»

How to keep a reasonable resolution

January 1, 2016 New Year’s is a time to contemplate the future and make life adjustments while also reflecting on the past. To that end, people set goals. But sometimes those goals go unfinishe. more »»

Celebrate safe

December 31, 2015 Tonight, across the country, people will be welcoming in the New Year 2016 with parties, friends or just staying home. more »»

FD council OK’s $1.3 million sewer job

December 31, 2015 A nearly $1.4 million sanitary sewer improvement project which apparently won’t require streets to be torn up was approved by the Fort Dodge City Council Wednesday. The council hired Visu-Sewer In. more »»

Councilman Don Wilson says farewell

December 31, 2015 More than a decade of service to his community ended Wednesday for Fort Dodge City Councilman Don Wilson. Wilson is retiring from city politics, and his term will end as the new year begins. more »»

Vigil will honor Christmas crash victim

December 31, 2015 WEBSTER CITY — A candlelight vigil in memory of a young Webster City girl who died in a Christmas car accident will be held on today at 5 p.m. at Riverview Early Childhood Center, 705 Odell St. more »»

After the snow

December 30, 2015 That slippery white stuff hasn’t caused any major accidents, but it has certainly slowed everyone down after the latest snowstorm. more »»

O’Malley talks economy

December 30, 2015 Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley pledged Tuesday evening to build an economy for working Americans by increasing the minimum wage and expanding paid family leave. more »»

County board responds to road complaint

December 30, 2015 The Webster County Board of Supervisors discussed road complaints and heard about the latest public health dental clinic day at its regular meeting Tuesday. more »»


December 29, 2015 Heavy snows measuring between 6 and 10 inches deep fell Monday in a winter that’s been far wetter and warmer than normal. more »»

Funeral Saturday for Payton Henry

December 29, 2015 WEBSTER CITY — Funeral services have been scheduled for a young Webster City girl who died Saturday from injuries sustained in a Christmas Day motor vehicle accident. more »»

Van arson suspect held on bond

December 29, 2015 A man who allegedly intentionally set a van on fire last week has been ordered held on bond. Jacob C. more »»

FD council meeting is rescheduled

December 29, 2015 The Fort Dodge City Council meeting that was scheduled for Monday was postponed until Wednesday because of the snowstorm. The council will meet at 5 p.m. more »»



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