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An interest rate reduction will enable the cities of Fort Dodge, Pocahontas and Rockwell City to save thousands of dollars on state loans that paid for water and wastewater system upgrades.
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The final steps to achieving site certification at Webster County's ag/industrial park have been completed, after the Board of Supervisors approved a real estate purchase Tuesday morning.
Young instrumental artists will perform with the Fort Dodge Area Symphony Sunday at the Fort Dodge Middle School auditorium during the annual Rising Stars Young Artists Concert.
Lawn Doctor, one of the nation's largest providers of lawn-care services, is now part of the Fort Dodge marketplace.
City councilmen in Stratford faced an agenda that included requests to keep animals within the city limits when they met for the regular monthly meeting Monday evening.
A Georgia man has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder in the death of his former roommate in Iowa.
Pets could be included in no-contact orders issued by Iowa judges in domestic abuse cases under a measure written by state Sen. Daryl Beall.
On the night of April 4, our family experienced the outstanding emergency services this community has.
Deb Watson Lentsch, of Fort Dodge, former director of recycling and administration/finance for the North Central Iowa Regional Solid Waste Agency, claims in a lawsuit she was fired for being a whistleblower.
As Doug Smith and a group of his fellow motorcycle riders gathered at his home before a short ride recently, one of the hazards they frequently encounter made an appearance a few homes up the street.
Plans presented to the elected officials Monday showed how a former fire truck garage on the east side of the Municipal Building at 819 First Ave. S. could be converted to a council meeting room that would accommodate 130 people in the audience.
The first reading of the good conduct policy for students involved in extracurricular activities raised some questions about the wording at the Highland School Board meeting Monday.
Under her Last Will and Testament, Teresa Treat Stearns established a trust the income of which is to be used for the good of the community of Webster City, and vicinity for the purpose of benefiting such needy persons, families, organizations, associations or groups as the Trustee determines should receive assistance.