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 • Webster City man facing charges after being arrested by Fort Dodge Police Wednesday night.

 A Webster City man is facing charges after an incident late Wednesday night in Fort Dodge. Fort Dodge Police were notified of a burglary at Racing Unlimited,2606 200th Street. The Webster County Sheriff's Department assisted officers at the scene. Sgt. Chris O'Brien of the Webster County Sheriff's Office arrived first on the scene and was able to inform responding officers that the male suspect had fled in a white van heading eastbound out of town on 200th Street (Webster County Road D-20). Additional officers quickly arrived on the scene to search for any additional suspects and secure the scene.  Sgt. Dan Charlson of the Fort Dodge Police Department was able to continue east on 200th Street in an attempt to locate the fleeing vehicle. Approximately a half mile outside of Fort Dodge. Sgt. Charlson discovered the vehicle rolled over on its top in a bean field. A male subject was seen running from the scene of the accident and out into traffic. The subject was identified as the sole suspect and was taken into custody. He was identified as 35 year old Jason Onderdonck of Webster City. During the subsequent investigation into the incident, it became known Onderdonck had used the vehicle owned by Racing Unlimited, to ram the entry doors  in order to gain entry. In doing so, damage was also sustained to other property including a motorcycle and a truck. After this, Onderdonck fled in the stolen van, driving recklessly out of town. Moments before he lost control, Onderdonck had struck the rear end of a motorist traveling eastbound on 200th Street, causing Onderdonck to lose control and rolling the vehicle onto its top and into the field. The other driver involved in the collision was not harmed and sustained only minimal damage to his truck. Onderdonck was transpored to the Webster County Jail. He is charged with First Degee Theft, First Degree Criminal Mischief, Third Degree Burglary and Driving While Barred. The Fort Dodge Police Department was assisted by the Webster County Sheriff's Office, Iowa State Patrol Fort Dodge Fire Department and Unity Point Trinity Regional Medical Center.

 • Special Webster City city council meeting set for Thursday.

 The Webster City city council will meet in a special session Thursday afternoon at 5:15 in the city hall council chambers. The council will consider a resolution authorizing the mayor and city clerk to enter into an agreement with the city manager providing for terms and conditions of employment. There will be a motion appointing Daniel Ortiz-Hernandez as city manage. The council on August 15 approved the hiring of Ortiz-Hernandez after an interview with him. He is the current city administrator in Kimball,Nebraska. 

 • Northeast Hamilton school board to meet Thursday evening.

 The August meeting of the Northeast Hamilton Community School Board will be Thursday evening at 6:00 at the elementary media center in Blairsburg. The board will  receive a facilities report from Tyler Riley of FEH Design. There will also be the appointment of the school board secretary followed by the oath of office, consider an open enrollment request, designate the financial depositories and legal counsel for the school year, approve an interfund loan and review elevator options and quotes. In other matters, the Northeast Hamilton school board will consider contract recommendations and receive updates by superintendent Mike Sherwood and assistant superintendent and principal Mike Kruger.

 • No change in Hamilton County unemployment rate.
 • Hamilton County Board of Supervisors to meet Tuesday morning.

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    State investigators ask for help in lottery ticket investigation
    The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation and the Iowa Attorney Generals’ office is seeking the help from the public in the investigation of a major lottery ticket fraud. The Iowa Attorney General’s office filed an application for subpoenas Tuesday as part of its investigation into a criminal network alleged to have won fixed lottery jackpots […]
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    Oakland man takes own life after standoff with deputies
    A western Iowa man is dead after holding deputies at bay for several hours Tuesday night. Pottawattamie County Sheriff Jeff Danker says deputies were sent to a home in Oakland at around 7:15 p.m. on the report of a man who was inside the residence with a loaded gun. The man was identified as 44-year-old […]
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    Bats try to get into homes as temperatures cool
    Evening temperatures are beginning to dip into the 50s in Iowa and it’ll mean more reports of bats worming their way into our homes. Mark Langan, with the Humane Society office in Omaha-Council Bluffs, says they’re already starting to get calls from frightened homeowners who have unwelcome visitors. “This happens pretty much every year around […]
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    Winneshiek County Sheriff’s video shows flash flooding
    Heavy rains have hit Winneshiek County causing flash flooding. The sheriff’s department took video of the flooding near the Decorah Fish Hatchery on Trout Run Road. See the video here.    
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    Late morning rain in flooded Winneshiek County, more rain in the forecast
    Flash flooding, mud slides and collapsing basements are among the catastrophes some northeast Iowa residents are dealing with today after torrential rains overnight. Winneshiek County Sheriff Dan Marx says there is “still significant flooding” in areas of Decorah and Freeport. “We have at least one home with a collapsed foundation…The fire department was recommending evacuations,” […]
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