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2nd Annual Pumpkin Scarecrow Walk to be held

October 15, 2015 Wilson Brewer Park will be having their 2nd Annual Pumpkin Scarecrow Walk until November 2. Any businesses or individuals who wish to decorate a pumpkin can register at Fuller Hal. more »»

Crime Stoppers raises funds

October 15, 2015 The Hamilton County Crime Stoppers kicked off its annual fund drive with a donation from WCF?Financial Bank on Wednesday. more »»

Vintage market returns

October 15, 2015 Interested in vintage, re-purposed and antique items? Come out to Fort Dodge Vintage Market October 16-18 for food, fun and a large selection of unique, re-purposed salvage items. more »»

Color me stress-free

October 14, 2015 Being an adult comes with lots of responsibilities. Piles of laundry, kids pulling parents in different directions for activities, and the stress that comes from a long day. more »»

Sharing stories of Kantor’s life

October 14, 2015 MacKinlay Kantor, Webster City's famed Pulitzer Prize-winning author, and his life in his hometown is the subject of a new book, written by another Webster City native. more »»

King to stop in WC Friday

October 14, 2015 U.S. Rep. Steve King, R-Kiron, will hold a town hall meeting Friday afternoon in Webster City. The event will be held from 3 to 4 p.m. at the Webster City Fire Station, 919 Superior S. more »»

Choirs to sing

October 14, 2015 The Webster City High School Vocal Music Department is excited to present their Fall Vocal Concert on Thursday, October 15th at 7:30 pm at Prem Sahai Auditorium. 7:30 is the new, correct time. more »»

Supervisors proclaim October as Domestic Violence Awareness month

October 14, 2015 October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The Hamilton County Board of Supervisors met on Tuesday morning to sign the Domestic Violence Awareness Proclamatio. more »»

Truck crashes into City Hall

October 13, 2015 The Webster City Municipal Building sustained more than $50,000 in damage Sunday night when a man driving a pickup truck crashed into the front wall of the structure. more »»

Challenge is issued

October 13, 2015 The Enhance Hamilton County Foundation has once again issued a challenge to Hamilton County residents to raise money for local food pantries to help fill the shelves heading into the holidays. more »»

WC school board discusses policy, contracts

October 13, 2015 By ADRI?SIETSTRA The Webster City Community School District met Monday night after an informal meeting at the Regional Career Academy in Eagle Grove. more »»

Hunger walk returns

October 12, 2015 The annual Webster City CROP walk is planned for Sunday beginning at Brewer Creek Park. The annual walk to raise funds for local and international hunger relief. more »»

Gone Cold

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Health forum planned

October 12, 2015 A community forum which will look at health issues affecting communities will be held Oct. 22 from 11:30 to 2:30 p.m. at the Webster City Community Theatr. more »»

Fourteen years later, Ila Mae Clark’s murder remains a mystery

October 12, 2015 By MIKE DONAHEY MARSHALLTOWN TIMES-REPUBLICAN MARSHALLTOWN - Ila Mae Clark’s grave marker at Rose Hill Cemetery is sadly, perhaps the only physical reminder of her Marshalltown years. more »»

Run for your ‘lives’

October 9, 2015 Grab a pair of shoes or your best zombie gear and join Building Families and Parent Connection of Clarion for the 2nd Annual Zombie 5K Run/Walk Saturday, October 2. more »»

Ballots ready

October 9, 2015 Kim Schaa, Hamilton County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections, said absentee ballots are now available for the Nov. 3 city election. more »»



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