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Grant to fund 911 equipment for text messages

December 10, 2014 Those seeking help in a time of an emergency will soon have another way to contact 911. more »»

Lights of the season

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SH board reviews early retirement programs

December 10, 2014 JEWELL — Although two board members were absent on Monday evening, the South Hamilton school board addressed a full agenda when it met in regular session. more »»

Kids code at NEH

December 9, 2014 The Northeast Hamilton Media Center was full of chatter and excitement as 24 students took part in the international Hour of Code on Monda. more »»

A first look at ‘Second Time Around’

December 9, 2014 A newly opened business in downtown Webster City invites the public to check out its interesting selection of items for sal. more »»

Helping share the spirit of the holidays

December 9, 2014 Christmas is soon approaching and so is an annual event which invites community members to pick out a gift for a friend, family member or someone else. more »»

From field to table

December 9, 2014 FORT DODGE — Hunters stalk, shoot, field dress, tag and transport deer. But for many, processing the meat is a job for professionals. That’s where custom meat lockers come in. more »»

Stratford celebrates St. Lucia

December 8, 2014 For many years, Sierra Miller, of Boxholm, has attended the annual Lucia Festivity of Light in Stratford with her famil. more »»

WCPD makes felony drug arrest

December 8, 2014 The Webster City Police Department has made an arrest in relation to the discovery of a package containing marijuana. more »»

History out on the road

December 8, 2014 As a child, Michael Till was mesmerized by the traffic of Highway 20 as it rushed past his home in Independence, Iow. more »»

Holding back the field tile water

December 8, 2014 STANHOPE — One year it’s too dry, the next too wet, the next it’s too wet then turns too dry. It plays havoc with a field’s water table, not to mention the farmer’s nerves. more »»

Chamber reviews news, looks to new year

December 5, 2014 Members of the Webster City Area Chamber of Commerce gathered Thursday morning at The Bridge for their quarterly coffee and meeting. more »»

Secure seasonal shopping

December 5, 2014 With the holiday shopping season in full swing, the Webster City Police Department is sharing information to help the community prevent burglaries and thefts. more »»

H/M Board OKs groups

December 5, 2014 The Hotel/Motel Tax Board approved a motion at their meeting on Thursday to recommend that all applicants for the latest round of grants be fully funded. Board Member Jack Foster made the motion. more »»

Harl: No 1980s farm crisis ahead

December 5, 2014 According to Dr. Neil Harl, the Charles . more »»

Farm-friendly El Nino is here

December 4, 2014 FORT DODGE — It’s official. El Nino is here, which can be a good thing for 2015’s crop prospects, but a challenge for farmers in marketing another large harvest. According to Dr. more »»

Contest will find ugliest sweater

December 4, 2014 They are festive and colorful. Quite often, they feature dancing reindeer, snowmen or Santa Claus. Some are adorned with tinsel, buttons or bows. more »»

EHCF, financial firms partner for food drive

December 4, 2014 The Enhance Hamilton County Foundation, in partnership with local financial institutions, are conducting a food drive during the month of December to benefit food pantries throughout Hamilton County. more »»

Christmas tree festival, author talks planned

December 4, 2014 WILLIAMS — The holiday season has gotten off to a jolly start at the Williams Public Library with the arrival of decorated Christmas trees and two author meet-and-greet events planned. more »»

 
 
 

 

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