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Nearly 50 community members, including YWCA staff and Greater Fort Dodge Growth Alliance members, attended the gathering and special ribbon cutting event.
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Cultural amenities like concerts, museums, public art and history are a big factor in a community's quality of life, according to organizers of a "community conversation" coming to Fort Dodge on Monday.
A nature-loving horsewoman in her teens, a farm and Army wife in her 20s, the busy mom of four by her 30s, then-for six more loving decades-a devoted daughter, sister, aunt, grandmother, great-grand- mother, friend, neighbor, confidante and inspirer: Eunice Arlene Atwell Thompson was an original.
Jacob Lewandowski and Rebecca Nellis were crowned the 2014 Webster County Fair king and queen at the annual ceremony Wednesday night.
Sadie Lewman, of Fort Dodge, a participant in the 4-H Shooting Sports Archery Program, can do that one better if asked why she hasn't practiced with her bow much.
Census: 74% of STEM grads don't get STEM jobs Census: Most with bachelor's degrees in science, technology and math don't get STEM jobs.
Jim Vollmer, the city's human resources director, told the museum's board Tuesday evening that Skove came to his office last week, asked for retirement paperwork and said that Saturday would be her last day at work.
Several temporary easements to enable work on Fort Dodge's crosstown connector project were approved by the Webster County Board of Supervisors Tuesday.
It is operated by the Community Health Center of Fort Dodge and staffed by a nurse practitioner, registered nurse and receptionist.
In benchrest shooting, that accuracy is judged in one of two ways depending on the type of match being shot.
An 8-year-old girl was sent to the hospital after she collided with a pickup while riding her bike Monday afternoon.
Pat Kane, 80, of Fort Dodge passed away on Saturday July 5, 2014 in Waynes-ville, MO.
Holly Ekstrom has been sentenced to prison after Judge Kurt Wilke rejected the recommended probation sentence as part of a plea agreement Monday.
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Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 12:15 pm
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