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Possible mountain lion sighting reported

August 7, 2014 The Webster City Police Department is investigating an unconfirmed mountain lion sighting at Brewer Creek Park which occurred on Tuesday morning. more »»

Protecting watersheds

August 7, 2014 In an attempt to continue to support the conservation efforts being implemented along the Boone River Watershed, local John Deere equipment dealers are working out the details of a collaborative... more »»

Graesch attorney waives speedy trial

August 7, 2014 A Webster City man accused of killing his father will have a new trial date scheduled after his attorney waived his right to a speedy trial. more »»

Police investigate unconfirmed sighting of mountain lion in Brewer Creek Park

August 6, 2014 The Webster City Police Department is investigating an unconfirmed mountain lion sighting at Brewer Creek Park which occurred on Tuesday morning. more »»

Two seats to go

August 6, 2014 Only two of the 300 seats at the Webster Theater have yet to be adopted. The Help Entertain and Restore Organization’s fundraising campaign began soon after they began working to reopen the theater. more »»

Coming home to roost

August 6, 2014 Editor’s Note: The City Council of Webster City recently passed an ordinance allowing hens to be kept in the backyards of residential areas. more »»

Sewer root cutting project set to begin today

August 6, 2014 The City of Webster City has contracted with a company named Hydro-Klean to do a root cutting procedure in the sanitary sewers in the residential area South of Ohio Street, including Wall Street and... more »»

City buys Brewer Creek homes

August 5, 2014 The City Council of Webster City authorized the transfer of ownership and payment for the Brewer Creek Housing Project at their regular meeting on Monday. more »»

Building a better bank

August 5, 2014 Working is continuing on the new WCF Financial facility in Webster City with completion slated for January. more »»

Finding a repurpose

August 5, 2014 It all started with a May snowstorm last year. Kent and Milissa Bailey, of Webster City, noticed a huge limb had come off of the crab apple tree in their backyard. more »»

Youths test their skills at Ikes, PF event

August 5, 2014 Hamilton County Pheasants Forever and the Boone Valley Izaak Walton League recently invited local children and teenagers to enjoy a summer evening of shooting and grilling. more »»

Fruits of their labor

August 4, 2014 Bountiful Baskets Food Co-op has just begun delivering fresh produce to the Hamilton County Area. more »»

City council to address garages

August 4, 2014 The City Council of Webster City will consider the third reading of an amendment to a zoning ordinance pertaining to garages during its regular session tonight at 5:15 p.m. more »»

Narcisse renews run for Iowa Governor

August 4, 2014 Jonathan Narcisse is kicking off a tour across Iowa today following his recent entry into the race for Iowa governor as a third-party candidate. more »»

Last call for lunch

August 1, 2014 With the school year inching closer, the Webster City Summer Lunch Program has drawn to a close for the season. more »»

Iowa grown

August 1, 2014 If you are in the market for some fresh Iowa produce, look no further than the vegetable stand located in the Webster City K-Mart parking lot. more »»

Learning skills through robotics

August 1, 2014 STANHOPE — If you happened into the community center in Stanhope this week, you just might have been run down by a robotic car built, designed, and operated by a youngster participating in a... more »»



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