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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
Powers - Monahan

Powers is a 2011 graduate of Pocahontas Area High School. She received her bachelor of public relations and marketing degree from the University of Northern Iowa.

Hubbell calls for cutting tax credits, boosting education spending

Hubbell made a campaign stop at Amigo's, 280 N. First St., Saturday. -Messenger photo by Bill Shea Fred Hubbell, center, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for governor, talks Saturday afternoon with former state Sen. Daryl Beall, D-Fort Dodge, and his wife, Joanne.

Catalyst Award nominations being accepted

Nominations are open for an award that honors a Fort Dodge business leader who has contributed to the growth of the community. The Catalyst Award, which is given out annually by the Greater Fort Dodge Growth Alliance, will be presented at the Growth Alliance's annual dinner March 1 at the Best Western Starlite Village Inn & Suites.

Governor candidate in North Iowa

KIMT News 3- There are more than 8 months left before Iowans are asked to vote for the next Governor, and as that date rapidly approaches, many candidates are preparing for the election by touring the state. One Friday Democratic candidate Fredd Hubbell made a couple of stops in the North Iowa Area.

No injuries reported in crash

The crash, reported at 6:34 p.m., happened on Iowa Highway 7 just west of Hayes Avenue. The driver of the truck was also uninjured.

ICCC - S$25.5M bond referendum on ballot

Voters in Hamilton County and eight other counties on Feb. 6 will decide whether to approve a $25.5 million bond referendum which fund many building upgrades for Iowa Central Community College. The Webster City Campus of ICCC hosted an open house and tours of the facility Thursday morning to offer area residents a chance to see how the funds would be used at the local campus.

Main Street lessons

Terry Poe Buschkamp was the Main Street executive director for Waterloo in the early 2000s when that city's downtown was struggling. When she left that position in 2008, dozens of new businesses had opened and Waterloo's main street had taken on a better vibe, she said.

Workforce is my No. 1 priority'

Growing Iowa by getting the state's residents ready for the jobs of the future is the primary goal of Gov. Kim Reynolds some nine months after becoming the state's chief executive in a transition she describes as seamless. "As I travel the state, without fail I hear from employer after employer about how optimistic they are about the future, but they just can't find the workforce that they need," To create that workforce, Reynolds is pushing ahead with an initiative called Future Ready Iowa, which she said would expand existing programs to train people.

Safe recovered from river

That's what the Fort Dodge Police Department used to recover a safe from the Des Moines River as part of an ongoing investigation early Thursday afternoon. Detective Larry Hedlund, of the Fort Dodge Police Department, said the recovered safe is part of an ongoing home invasion investigation.

Go & Do: Jan. 19, 2018

The women of the Moose are holding a homemade chicken noodle dinner from 6 to 8 p.m. TODAY at the Moose Lodge, 424 First Ave. S. The menu is chicken noodles over mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans and pie. Tickets are $10 and may be purchased at the Moose Lodge after 4 p.m. or at the door.

Raymond L. Loring

Raymond Loring, age 85, of Emmetsburg passed away on January 13, 2018 at the Palo Alto County Hospital in Emmetsburg. Funeral services were held at 10:30 AM on Wednesday, Jan. 17th at the Joyce Funeral Home in Emmetsburg, with Rev.

Cheap feed, brisk U.S. pork exports drive Iowa hog barn expansion

Farmers in Iowa, where a third of U.S. hogs are raised, have ratcheted up swine barn construction while capitalizing on low-cost feed and thriving U.S. pork exports. Higher profits have prompted pork producers to build new packing plants.

Man dies in Sac County collision

According to the Sheriff's Department, Gosch was driving a 2007 Chevrolet Silverado northbound on Rolf Avenue. He pulled out onto Highway 20 and was struck by the eastbound semi, driven by Robert Brown, 61, of Kiron.

The personal touch

Mark Miller, of the Iowa State Patrol, points to a plaque showing the Iowa State Patrol had the most blood donations of all state patrol districts during a recent blood drive. -Messenger photo by Peter Kaspari This plaques signifies that District 7 of the Iowa State Patrol raised the most amount of blood during a recent challenge where all districts across the state held blood drives.

Manson Main Street to be revamped

Two blocks of road on Main Street from Ninth Avenue to 11th Avenue are to be repaved this summer. -Messenger photo by Chad Thompson A single car moves along Main Street in Manson Tuesday night.

Deer Creek Estates hopes to pave stretch of 130th

Residents of the Deer Creek neighborhood asked what it would take to pave the road out to their subdivision at the Webster County Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday. The meeting room was packed as residents discussed their concerns over the state of 130th Street going west from U.S. Highway 169 to Deer Creek Drive, northwest of Fort Dodge.

Prairie Lakes AEA audit completed

Schnurr & Company, LLP, Certified Public Accountants and Consultants, today released an audit report on Prairie Lakes Area Education Agency in Fort Dodge, Iowa. Schnurr & Company, LLP, reported that the Agency had revenues of $25,361,835 for the year ended June 30, 2017, a 5.47% decrease from the prior year, and that included $8,813,332 from local sources, $8,102,174 from state sources and $8,446,329 in federal sources.

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