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WWI items found

May 29, 2014 JOHNSTON — Archaeologists hired to dig at World War I training trenches on the Iowa National Guard Base at Camp Dodge have uncovered several artifacts dating to when the United States entered the... more »»

Going, going, gone

May 28, 2014 BLAIRSBURG — Tongue twisters, number scales and making cents are all in the curriculum for the Kindergarten students in Janelle Oakland's Northeast Hamilton classroom. more »»

Upcoming code change to retain struggling students

May 28, 2014 Webster City schools are preparing for a state code change in 2017 which will require third grade students who do not meet reading benchmarks to be retained. more »»

Red Bull Memorial dedicated

May 27, 2014 A new monument honoring the contributions of members of the 34th Infantry Red Bull Division of the Iowa Army National Guard was dedicated Friday morning in Webster City. more »»

Military service honored at WC ceremony

May 27, 2014 Community members gathered on Monday for a Memorial Day service. Due to expected inclement weather, the service was held inside Jeff Gym at Webster City Middle School. more »»

Stratford remembers local service men

May 27, 2014 Stratford F. W. Sonksen American Legion Post hosted their annual Memorial Day Services Monday morning at the Stratford school gym. more »»

Williams honors those who served their country

May 27, 2014 WILLIAMS — "Memorial Day is a sacred day," said Williams American Legion Post #633 Commander Wayne Wahlert during Memorial Day services on Monday at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. more »»

A special flag

May 27, 2014 First graders at Pleasant View School had a special visit Friday morning and received a flag that had flown on missions aboard a military plane. Capt. more »»

A chance at childhood

May 23, 2014 In many ways, Kyleigh Burlingame is a normal six-year-old. She lives in Webster City with her parents, Tiffany and Cory Hoffmann. more »»

Celebrating George Reeves

May 23, 2014 The Friends of the George Reeves Memorial will be hosting a Superman movie marathon at JunqueFest this weekend. On Saturday and Sunday, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. more »»

Giving back

May 22, 2014 A new public wildlife area north of Webster City offers 112 acres of hunting, hiking and outdoor recreation for visitors. more »»

SOS Vintage opens in WC, has ribbon cutting

May 22, 2014 Dozens of people attended the opening of a new business in downtown Webster City on Wednesda. more »»

Volunteers sought for Boone Bash River Dash

May 22, 2014 The planning committee for the Boone Bash River Dash events, scheduled for June 21, are looking for volunteers. more »»

Some see junk, others see treasure

May 21, 2014 Thousands of people are expected to come out to buy vintage, salvaged and crafted items and enjoy entertainment at JunqueFest in Webster City this weekend. more »»

A splash of color

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VDMC notes ‘turnaround’ in financials

May 21, 2014 After three months of working a gap mitigation plan at Van Diest Medical Center, in an effort to stave off an anticipated $3 million loss, hospital officials said Tuesday night they are celebrating ... more »»

Their side of the story

May 20, 2014 JEWELL — The term “puppy mill” is an insult to professional dog breeders like Carolyn Arends and her daughter Julie Peterson. more »»

WC council seeks task force volunteers

May 20, 2014 The City Council of Webster City is seeking volunteers to help it improve communication with the public. Webster City Mayor Doug Getter said the council has discussed the issue for year. more »»



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