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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.
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Washington trip is a good move
Walking the hallways where history unfolds is exciting. One cannot help but be impressed - and maybe made a bit uneasy - by the massive bureaucracy at the governmental heart of our nation.Northwood-Kensett superintendent in running for Fort Dodge job
FORT DODGE, Iowa The superintendent of Northwood-Kensett Community School District is one of the finalists for a job in central Iowa. Mike Crozier has been named one of four finalists for the superintendent position with the Fort Dodge Community School District.Junk pickup to end in FD, but will be replaced
The days of piling junk on the curb for the annual spring cleanup day collections have come to an end in Fort Dodge. Instead, residents will be able to bring junk to the landfill on the last two Saturdays of April and the first two Saturdays in May. City Manager David Fierke said the new plan, which he introduced Monday, will free up city workers to do more street maintenance while at the same time allowing residents to get rid of even more junk.News of Record: March 13, 2018
Operating while under the influence, first offense - Holly E. Grove, 60, 317 Haskell St., preliminary hearing set for March 30. Fifth-degree theft - Hope M. Mendenhall, 27, Dayton, deferred judgment granted, $60 court costs, $65 civil penalty and $125 law enforcement initiative; William D. Espinoza Jr., 32, Webster City, continued 180 days. Possession of a controlled substance, third or subsequent offense - William D. Espinoza Jr., 32, Webster City, preliminary hearing set for March 30. Introducing intoxicants or drugs into an institution - William D. Espinoza Jr., 32, Webster City, preliminary hearing set for March 30. Police Log FORT DODGE Thursday A theft was reported in the 900 block of Amvets Drive.Busy construction season planned in FD
The City Council on Monday set much of that work in motion by awarding contracts for street paving and sewer work. Under another street work contract awarded Monday, Castor Construction, of Fort Dodge, will perform concrete patch repairs on Kenyon Road and Fifth Avenue South.FDMS to Present - Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory'
Based on the beloved Ronald Dahl tale, this comedic and fantastical musical follows young Charlie Bucket and his Grandpa Joe as they join a small group of children who win the chance to tour the factory of the eccentric candy maker Willy Wonka. The Factory is home to the diminutive Oompa Loompa's, who aid Wonka in the production of his scrumptious confections.Woman who fell from pickup fatally struck by car
Webster County authorities say a woman who fell from a pickup truck died after being struck by a car following the pickup. Deputies and medics were sent around 8:45 p.m. Friday to the scene just north of Fort Dodge on U.S. Highway 169.Named to honor roll at U of Kansas
Two students from the Fort Dodge region have earned honor roll distinction at the University of Kansas. More than 5,700 undergraduate students were named to the honor roll for the fall 2017 semester.Casting coins class to be held Saturday
The Blanden Memorial Art Museum will hold a casting coins class from 10 a.m. to noon for children 6-9 years old, and from 1 to 3 p.m. for children 10-14 years old, on Saturday at the museum, 920 Third Ave. S. Students will design and coins bearing their own symbols. Cost is $10 for members and $15 for non-members.News of Record: March 11, 2018
Probation violation -Anthony Cotner, 19, Arlington Heights, Illinois, transferred to District Court; Michia Thompson, 29, 311 First Ave. S., transferred to District Court. Failure to appear - Dana Ayala Jr., 34, 728 S. 17th St., transferred to District Court; Lavaris Bosworth, 26, no address listed, transferred to District Court.Fort Dodge students are ready for Kosovo
Students Tyreike Mericoe, 17, a senior at FDSH; Olivia Mitchell, 17, a senior at FDSH; Cayden Brinton, 16, a junior at FDSH; and Nathan Montgomery, 17, a junior at St. Edmond Catholic School, will travel overseas in August. The students will start their journey at Camp TOKA, which is similar to a Boy Scouts or Girl Scouts camp.King Band will perform March 18
The second in a series of three indoor concerts by the Karl L. King Municipal Band of Fort Dodge will be held on March 18 in the Decker Auditorium on the campus of Iowa Central Community College. There is no admission charge, since these concerts are provided free of charge to everyone by the city of Fort Dodge.Trinity
Trinity Regional Medical Center generates 1,159 jobs that add $72,784,155 to the local economy, according to a study just released by the Iowa Hospital Association. It is one of the area's largest employers.An era ends in Fort Dodge
Pittner started in this same building, just down the hall 39 years ago. -Messenger photo by Joe Sutter The walls are bare now, but the outline of items that were once on display can be seen in Kurt Pittner's old officea -Messenger photo by Joe Sutter Kurt Pittner poses by artwork of Grecian urns modeled after items at the Parthenon in his last days at the old office.Going green again:
A grandson of one of the parade founders, Koob created the costume for a school project. -Messenger photo by Joe Sutter Stephen McCall, 16, adjusts his beard while he waits with Myles Koob, 14, for the St. Patrick's Day parade to start.Sexton to seek third term in Iowa House
The Republican from Rockwell City is unopposed so far for his party's nomination. No Democratic candidates have entered the race so far.From our files: March 10, 2018
SPORTS: The Iowa Central women's and men's track squads both turned in top-10 team performances at the NJCAA national indoor meet. NEWS: Fort Dodge Senior High students rated the quality of education they were receiving better than students at other area high schools, according to a survey.Vehicle fire reported
Fire Department Capt. Jeff Hill said the vehicle was in the garage behind the house at 1520 Eighth Ave. N., where the owner was working on it.Reynolds will run
Reynolds announced her bid for re-election during her visit. -Messenger photo by Chad Thompson Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds speaks to a crowd of supporters at Olde Boston's Restaurant & Pub Friday morning.Stolen car rams into FD Family Dollar
Lt. Dennis Quinn, both of the Fort Dodge Police Department, examine a car that crashed into the Fort Dodge Family Dollar store, 21 S. 15th St., Thursday afternoon. Quinn said the car had been stolen and the person driving it somehow crashed exactly what happened to cause the car to crash, but Quinn said ice in the parking lot may have contributed.
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