This year in Fort Dodge, trick or treating will be a little different during this coronavirus pandemic. Webster County Public Health is asking residents to not only have their outside light on, but to place signs in front of those homes that indicate whether or not trick or treaters are welcome to partake in goodies. Webster County Public Health is working with The Messenger to include printed signs in newspapers, if you’re not able to obtain one yourself. Trick or Treating will be held Halloween night on Sat. the 31st, starting at 5:30 pm and ending at 7.