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Ladies hit the town

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Get on the web

October 17, 2014 Chamber members will have an opportunity to receive a customized internet microsite if they attend one of two free classes planned for next wee. more »»

Keeping up with technology

October 17, 2014 Gene Gourley taps a rubber mallet on a feed bin at his finishing hog near Stanhope. The feed inside is ground so fine, it often forms bridges inside, requiring a few knocks to bring the product dow. more »»

Medicare Part D enrollment event planned at Van Diest Medical Center

October 17, 2014 The time for Hamilton County residents to consider options for Medicare Part D plans for 2015 is now. more »»

King: Support Kurds to defeat ISIL threat

October 16, 2014 U.S. Rep. Steve King spoke about the developing situation with the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, or ISIL, at a townhall meeting he held in Webster City on Aug. 17. more »»

Mowrer blasts King for government shutdown

October 16, 2014 FORT DODGE — Congressional candidate Jim Mowrer blasted Republican Congressman Steve King for his role in last year’s government shutdown at campaign events Wednesday. more »»

Duncombe FD is off road ready

October 16, 2014 DUNCOMBE — The Duncombe Fire Department has a new truck on its roster and there’s virtually no place — over hill, dale, ice or trails — that it cannot go. more »»

Choir performs in WC

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All aboard for history

October 16, 2014 A program which will discuss a portion of the history of steam and diesel locomotives will be held in Webster City this weekend. The free program will be held on Sunday at 2 p.m. more »»

The great outdoors

October 15, 2014 Fun activities and prizes await those who visit the great outdoors in Hamilton County this weekend. more »»

Displaying Hawk pride

October 15, 2014 JEWELL — The school board at South Hamilton presented two Hawk Pride-Friends of Education awards to kick off their regular monthly meeting Monday evening. more »»

KYL hears tree removal plan

October 15, 2014 The Kendall Young Library Board of Trustees is considering a plan to remove several trees on library property following discussion at their regular meeting on Tuesday. more »»

Shopping, prizes and more

October 14, 2014 An annual event which invites women to shop and eat at Webster City businesses is returning this week. Ladies Night Out will be held from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursday. more »»

New choirs, new music at WCHS

October 14, 2014 The sounds of music will echo through Prem Sahai Auditorium Thursday night as the Webster City High School vocal music department presents a concert. more »»

Children to perform

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Academy plans are taking shape

October 14, 2014 Plans for the Regional Career Academy are moving forward as schools involved look to register students in January. more »»

Hatch makes stop in WC

October 13, 2014 State Sen. Jack Hatch, the Democratic candidate for Iowa governor, made a campaign stop in Webster City Friday afternoon at All Cultures Equal. more »»

Family finds education online

October 13, 2014 STRATFORD — Like many moms with school-age children, Michele Omvig has been known to check in on how her sons are doing with their school work. more »»



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