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Located on the Des Moines River, Fort Dodge is a major commercial center for North Central and Northwest Iowa. In 1872 the long and continuing history of gypsum production in Iowa started when George Ringland, Webb Vincent, and Stillman T. Meservey formed the Fort Dodge Plaster Mills to mine, grind, and prepare gypsum for commercial use; they constructed the first gypsum mill west of the Mississippi.

Population: 25136
Local Newspapers: Fort Dodge Messenger
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Local Colleges: Iowa Central Community College

Zip Codes associated with fort dodge, iowa: 50501
Towns/Cities near fort dodge, iowa : Coalville Mooreland Webster City Humboldt

Fort Dodge News
Supervisor's Accept Initial Bargaining Proposals For Secondary Roads and the Sheriff's Department

Representatives for Secondary Roads employees, the Sheriff's Department employees and the Palo Alto County Board of Supervisors were on hand for initial bargaining that will begin on July 1, when all parties agree, on Tuesday, Jan. 9. Jill Davis, Attorney from the Law Firm of Montgomery, Barry, Bovee, Steffen and Davis, LLP of Spencer, representative for the employees of the Palo Alto Sheriff's Department, presented the initial bargaining proposal. "I have a proposal in writing for you guys," Davis began.

Patriot Pen award winners share essays

First place, and second place in the district, was Mackenzie Camden, 13, a seventh-grade student at Fort Dodge Middle School. Second place was Estella Moffitt, 13, an eighth-grade student at Community Christian School, and in third place, Victoria Touney, 13, a seventh-grade student at Fort Dodge Middle School.

One taken to hospital following 2-vehicle accident

At least one person was transported by ambulance to Trinity Regional Medical Center, according to Sgt. Jody Chansler, of the Fort Dodge Police Department.

Remembering the dream

This year's event also includes free haircuts for children and cosmetic products before the dinner. The group members are, from left, Helen Gully and her great-grandson Darius Hampton, 4, Sherry Washington, Charles Mosley, Councilman Neven Conrad, Jameel Hameed, Councilman Terry Moehnke and Lori Branderhorst.

News of Record - Jan. 14, 2018

Operating while under the influence, first offense - Stacey Christy, 40, 1035 N. 24th St., preliminary hearing set for Jan. 31; Just'n Boley, no age or address provided, preliminary hearing set for Jan. 31. Police Log FORT DODGE Wednesday An assault was reported in the 800 block of North 25th Street.

Walker held on bond

Brody Walker, 19, of Fort Dodge, had his bond set at $25,000 cash during his initial appearance in Webster County Magistrate Court Friday morning. During that incident, Walker allegedly shot a man named Kenneth Johnson in the chest and left arm, according to the criminal complaint, filed with the Webster County attorney's office.

Troublesome road

A motorist was killed earlier this year when he hopped this curb and crashed into Grobes parked car in the driveway. -Messenger photo by Chad Thompson A stretch of road that runs along Oleson Park Avenue near 13th Place has been troublesome for the Grobe family.

Firefighters called to smoldering fertilizer fire in Roelyn

Firefighters and plant personnel work on a way to extinguish a smoldering fertilizer fire Friday afternoon at the NEW Cooperative plant in Roelyn. The fire, which was in an elevator structure several stories above the ground, was apparently started by sparks from maintenance work.

Herzog sells Crossroads Mall

Crossroads Mall in Fort Dodge has been purchased by a trio of New York real estate investment firms in a deal announced Friday. Namdar Realty Group, Mason Asset Management and CH Capital, all of Great Neck, New York, bought the mall from J. Herzog & Sons, of Denver, Colorado.

Undergraduates Design and Build 'Sandbox' to Show How Gravity Works

Undergraduate students in the Department of Physics and Astronomy designed and built a sandbox where users can mold their own universe with sand and watch how gravity affects an object - a spacecraft or a comet, for example - as it travels through the imagined environment. Funded by a grant from the U.S. National Science Foundation , the augmented-reality sandbox, dubbed "Gravbox," is the first interactive system of its kind to be used for astrophysics.

Go & Do: Jan. 12, 2018

The Ladies Auxiliary of the Fraternal Order of Eagles will hold its garage sale from 1 to 5 p.m. TODAY and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. SATURDAY at 1018 First Ave. N. Proceeds go to the charities of the organization and to the building maintenance fund. FORT DODGE - Soldier Creek Winery, 1584 Paragon Ave., is holding Vineyard Vibrations from 6 to 8 p.m. TODAY.

Teens arrested for burglary, gun possession

Capt. Ryan Gruenberg, of the Fort Dodge Police Department, said officers were called around 4:15 p.m. about two suspicious people in the 2000 block of Fifth Avenue North. The caller reported that two boys were looking into vehicles.

CJ to add another amino acid to production

An expanded CJ Bio America plant in Webster County will begin producing 20,000 metric tons of another amino acid beginning next year, company leaders announced Wednesday. The new initiative will lead to about 18 additional jobs being created in production and production support, according to Luke Palmer, the company's general affairs manager.

Nebraska, Iowa schools, businesses prepare for winter storm

Schools, businesses and services are getting a jump on a winter storm set to hit Nebraska and Iowa overnight by announcing late starts and some closures on Thursday. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for most of Nebraska and a winter storm warning for a swath of Iowa from just east of Omaha, Nebraska, northeast through Dennison, Fort Dodge and Mason City.

Two counties consider confinements

The supervisors discussed hog confinement applications. -Messenger file photo The Webster County Board of Supervisors met Tuesday in the Webster County Courthouse, shown here.

From our files: Jan. 9, 2018

NEWS: The late Paul and Mary Kranz left $1.3 million to the St. Edmond Catholic Schools and Holy Trinity Parisha< NEWS: Elvis fans and stamp collectors lines up at the Fort Dodge Post Office as Elvis stamps went on sale. Jan. 6, 2008 NEWS: All Cultures Equal in Webster City held a Three Kings Day event.

Project will close key 29th Street intersection

The continuation of a major storm sewer project in the area near Crossroads Mall will result in the busy intersection of First Avenue South and 29th Street being closed for about 20 days later this year. The Fort Dodge City Council on Monday hired Wicks Construction, of Decorah, to do the work at a cost of $2,649,867.10.

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