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Council OKs RAGBRAI pass-through

February 17, 2015 The City Council of Webster City approved a request from RAGBRAI, The Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa, to pass through Webster City on July 21 at their regular meeting on Monday. more »»

Game night is Friday

February 17, 2015 Kendall Young Library will once again host its annual Family Game Night on Friday from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Library officials said the whole family is invited to attend. more »»

New Spring Outdoors Woman Workshop ready for registrations

February 17, 2015 The popular Iowa Becoming an Outdoors-Woman program is taking registrations for its second annual workshop at Honey Creek Resort State Par. more »»

Valentine delivery

February 16, 2015 Webster City High School music students had a busy day Friday as they delivered Singing Valentines all around the community. more »»

WC asked to be RAGBRAI pass-through

February 16, 2015 RAGBRAI, the annual cross-state bicycle ride, might pass through Webster City in July if a request from the organization is approved by the City Council Monday night. more »»

Budget session held in Stratford

February 16, 2015 STRATFORD — The Stratford City Council started off its monthly meeting last week on Monday with an hour-long budget work session before turning to their regular agenda. more »»

Game on

February 13, 2015 Gamers looking to play on a truly big screen can now do so at the Webster Theater. more »»


February 13, 2015 BLAIRSBURG — It is the dream of every aspiring writer to one day see their work published. more »»

Branstad visits on Wednesday

February 13, 2015 Governor Terry Branstad is scheduled to visit Webster City on Wednesday as part of his annual 99 county tour. more »»

The art of taekwondo

February 13, 2015 The February issue of Our Hometown can be found inserted in today's Daily Freeman-Journal. Doug Marks, a sixth degree black belt, has been teaching taekwondo for about 18 years. more »»

Firefighters, council discuss recent changes

February 13, 2015 STANHOPE — Eight members of the local volunteer fire department and Fire Chief Mike Hanson attended the to the Stanhope City Council meeting Tuesday evening. more »»

Deadline set for junk clean-up in Randall

February 13, 2015 RANDALL — Residents of Randall have until Monday to clean up their junk, following action by the City Council there at its regular meeting on Tuesday evening. more »»

Fire destroys WC home

February 12, 2015 A Webster City home received extensive damage as a result of an early morning fire Tuesday. more »»

Tattoo troubles

February 12, 2015 A couple complaints about minors being tattooed in Hamilton County by unlicensed artists have been reported over the last few months, according to Hamilton County Public Health Director Shelby... more »»

Sharing a love of painting

February 11, 2015 A painting class on Thursday invites couples, grandparents, parents, friends and others who want to work with a loved one to create something special. more »»

Learning about law enforcement

February 11, 2015 The Hamilton County Peace Officer’s Association is planning to hold a Citizen’s Academy beginning next month. more »»

KYL talks building updates

February 11, 2015 The Kendall Young Library Board of Trustees discussed several possible updates to the library at their monthly meeting on Tuesday. more »»

Sups OK Hoveland retirement

February 11, 2015 The Hamilton County Board of Supervisors approved several personnel actions at a regular session on Tuesday. The board approved the retirement of longtime Secondary Roads employee Michael Hovelan. more »»

Code Hawks group OK’d by South Hamilton board

February 11, 2015 Jewell — The topic of technology started off the South Hamilton school board agenda Monday, with senior Tyler Armstrong making a presentation for the board on a proposed Code Hawks group which he... more »»



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