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Petition filed

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BLAIRSBURG — Superintendent Mike Sherwood told the Northeast Hamilton school board Wednesday night that its reorganization petition with Webster City has been filed with Prairie Lakes AEA. The meeting was moved from Thursday to Tuesday to allow school board members to attend the Iowa ...

Searching for volunteers

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An informal community clean up meeting will be held tonight to determine how local volunteers can help clean up Webster City. The meeting will be held tonight at 7 p.m. at the Fuller Hall Sampson Room. Anyone is welcome to attend the meeting. According to City Council of Webster City ...

Iowa Central to seek $25.5M in bonds

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Voters in nine area counties will be asked early next year to approve a $25.5 million general obligation bond issue to finance numerous building upgrades at Iowa Central Community College. The college’s Board of Directors voted Tuesday evening to schedule a Feb. 6 referendum on the ...

Annual Ag Show returns to Fort Dodge Dec. 6

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FORT DODGE — Farm News is hosting its 16th annual Ag Show from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dec. 6 and from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 7 at the Iowa Central Community College East Campus, 2031 Quail Ave., Fort Dodge. This location formerly housed Smithway Motor Xpress on the east side of Fort ...

Four confinement projects move forward

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The Hamilton County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday morning to recommend four construction permit applications for new swine finisher barns in northeast Hamilton County. The approval came following a public hearing that brought comments from both opponents and supporters of the ...

A greater need

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The Angel Tree Project has received an additional 15 applications, adding 45 more tags to the tree located at the Webster Theater. With this addition, 126 Hamilton County families and 325 kids are in need, according to HERO Board member Kay Ross Community members once again have an ...

NEH receives Project Classroom Grant

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BLAIRSBURG— The Greater Iowa Credit Union awarded a $1,000 Project Classroom Grant to Northeast Hamilton Elementary School teacher Kim Schimp on Monday in Blairsburg. The Greater Iowa Credit Union has partnered with Iowa State University and KDSM-Fox Channel 17 to award five teachers ...

Making a difference

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The Angel Tree Project has officially begun for the 2017 holiday season. Community members once again have an opportunity to bring joy to a local child in need by adopting a tag off of the Angel Tree. The tree, located at the Webster Theater, boasts 280 tags this year. Last year, 270 tags were ...

School board updated

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The Webster City School Board discussed the petition for reorganization with the Northeast Hamilton School District Monday night. The petition includes the history of the sharing between the Webster City and Northeast Hamilton School Districts. In order for the petition for reorganization ...

Open houses set for clinics

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Van Diest Medical Center officials have announced plans to commemorate the recent Rural Health Clinic accreditation of all three of the Van Diest Family Health Clinics located in Webster City, Jewell and Stratford. An open house will take place Wednesday, Nov. 15 from 1 to 3 p.m. at Van ...

Dedicated

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STRATFORD — Area veterans and other local residents gathered Saturday afternoon in Stratford for the dedication of the Hamilton County Freedom Rock. With a theme of “Generations of Service in Hamilton County,” the Hamilton County Freedom Rock depicts uniformed male and female service ...

Area residents invited to take a Holiday Stroll

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Plans are in full swing for a hometown Webster City holiday. A "Holiday Stroll" will be held on Saturday, Nov. 18 and Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017. Individuals can take a walk downtown on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. Participating businesses will have ...

School board meets tonight

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The Webster City School Board will discuss the petition for reorganization with the Northeast Hamilton School District at their meeting tonight at 6 p.m. The board will discuss the high school all state vocal performance. An update will be given on the Every Student Succeeds Act. A ...

Tuesday location changed

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The location for the Hamilton County Board of Supervisors meeting scheduled for Nov. 14 at 9 a.m. has been moved to the Courthouse Basement Conference Room due to the anticipated large crowd for the Master Matrix Public Hearings. Officials said those attending the Board Meeting need to use ...

WC Post Office places first

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The Webster City Post Office received recognition for finishing No. 1 in the Hawkeye District in Breast Cancer Stamp sales during the month of October – Breast Cancer Awareness month. This year, the Webster City office finished first with $8,834.40 in sales which topped its second place ...

Collaborating on Boone Forks Regional plan

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Hamilton County is home to an abundance of natural resources. The Boone River, Brigg Woods Park and Campground and more. Here, locals and visitors can swim, fish, hike, camp and explore area wildlife spots. In an effort to show all that this regin has to offer, the county is teaming up with ...

Meeting location changed

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The location for the Hamilton County Board of Supervisors meeting scheduled for Nov. 14 at 9 a.m. has been moved to the Courthouse Basement Conference Room due to the anticipated large crowd for the Master Matrix Public Hearings. Officials said those attending the Board Meeting need to use ...

Credit unions to merge

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Jordan Hensley, president and chief executive officer of People's Credit Union, has announced that the firm will be merging Webster City Municipal Credit Union into its institution. “We had a great opportunity to help a fellow credit union out,” he said. “It's the perfect example of ...

Curtain time for WCCT

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Webster City Community Theatre opens it’s 51st season tonight with “Making God Laugh,” a comedy by Sean Grennan. Performances are tonight, Saturday, Nov. 17 and 18 at 7:30 p.m. and Nov. 12 and 19 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $12 each. To reserve tickets, call 832-4456 and leave a ...