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IN MEMORIAM

The late Nan Brown still personifies everything Fort Dodge’s Pride In Community Appearance (PICA) organization stands for to this day. Through six decades of marriage, Nan and her husband — Hall of Fame Messenger Sports Editor Bob Brown, who passed away in 2012 — emphasized the ...

LOCAL GROWTH: Teske to partner with Brown’s Shoe Fit

The first official Name Image Likeness partnership in city history comes with a familiar name and a fitting local connection. Four-time Fort Dodge Senior High state wrestling champion Brody Teske has inked a deal with Brown’s Shoe Fit Company, as the University of Northern Iowa wrestler is ...

Triton teams still in nation’s Top-10

The Iowa Central volleyball and football teams remained ranked first and eighth in the latest polls released by the NJCAA. The Triton volleyball program improved to 20-0 this past weekend with four wins at the North Dakota State College of Science Tournament. Iowa Central has held that spot ...

Dodgers host Gary Winkler Invitational

Julia Eastman is just a freshman, but the Southeast Valley student is making steady progress far beyond her years for the Fort Dodge girls swim team. Eastman was a double winner for the Dodgers at the annual Gary Winkler Invitational on Saturday, capturing both the 100 butterfly and 100 ...

Tritons throttle Panthers, 84-6

The focus now turns entirely on Iowa Western for the eighth-ranked Iowa Central football team. Making their fall debut inside Dodger Stadium here Saturday, the Tritons swarmed Gordon Fine Arts and Sports Academy, 84-6. Iowa Central (3-0 overall) now prepares for a showdown with the Reivers ...

No. 1 Tritons move to 20

WAHPETON, N.D. — Top-ranked Iowa Central had no trouble improving to 20-0 here Saturday, scoring two more victories on the volleyball court. The Tritons swept past Dakota County Technical and Jamestown JV at the North Dakota State College of Science Tournament. “This is the fourth or ...