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Exercising the brain and body

September 16, 2014 Patrons of the Stanhope Public Library can now work out their bodies while exercising their minds with Walk the Read, the newest technology at the library. more »»

WC council asked to cap streetlight

September 16, 2014 The Help Entertain and Restore Organization is asking the City of Webster City to cap a streetlight to the east of the Webster Theate. more »»

New trial date set for Graesch

September 16, 2014 A new trial date has been set for Corbin Graesch, 27, of Webster City, who is charged with first-degree murder in the death of his father, Steven Graesch, Graesch will go to trial on Ja. more »»

Perfect day for a ride

September 15, 2014 Saturday was the perfect day for a ride on the Boone River Recreational Trail and more than 40 Doodle Bug collectors and enthusiasts took advantage of a chance to ride to Briggs Woods. more »»

One last hurrah

September 15, 2014 While enthusiasm for Northeast Hamilton football has always run high, this year Trojan school spirit may register off the charts. more »»

Gift from India aids Webster City shop

September 15, 2014 The efforts of a Fort Dodge businessman are helping one new business get started and off to what the owner hopes is a successful career. more »»

Reconnecting with nature

September 12, 2014 Fall seems to be quickly approaching, but there's still time to enjoy some late summer fun in the outdoors. All Cultures Equal, 1440 E. Second St. more »»

Time to get vaccinated

September 12, 2014 Hamilton County Public Health is getting ready to hold their annual flu clinics and the first one has already been scheduled. more »»

On the map

September 12, 2014 Sheila Scarborough will host a workshop in Webster City on Wednesday to teach businesses, nonprofits and others how to use tourism and online marking to increase visitors to their stores and... more »»

Race of the living dead

September 12, 2014 Just before Halloween, a local group will host a fun run where participants will be running for their lives. Building Families is preparing for a Zombie 5K Run on Oct. 25 between 1 p.m. and 5 p.. more »»

Mowrer on the issues

September 11, 2014 Jim Mowrer, the Democratic candidate seeking Iowa’s Fourth Congressional District U.S. more »»

Huisman on the road again

September 11, 2014 Arvid Huisman was raised in Hamilton County, and then left for 40 years. Upon returning recently, Huisman said he felt right at home. more »»

Learning a new art form

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Stanhope looks at stray cat issue

September 11, 2014 By BILLIE SHELTON STANHOPE — The City Council in Stanhope took on the issue of stray cats in the community when it met for the monthly meeting Tuesday evening. more »»

HERO reflects on sign, preps to open the theater

September 10, 2014 A crowd of people gathered to see the lighting of the restored Webster Theater marque on Monday during RVT. more »»

The ‘bugs are back in town

September 10, 2014 Webster City is about to be overrun by bugs — Doodle Bugs, that is. This weekend marks the 28th annual Doodle Bug reunion, hosted by the Doodle Bug Club of America, based in Webster City. more »»

Board hears summer school review

September 10, 2014 JEWELL — At their first meeting since the start of the current school year, board members at South Hamilton faced a variety of matters on the agenda for their regular monthly meeting Monday evenin. more »»

Lighting up the town

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A recipe for success

September 9, 2014 As RVTV returned to Webster City on Monday, so did the sweet smell of chili. A chili cookoff hosted 10 teams who vied for the top spot in the contest. more »»



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