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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 »»

Ready for showtime

July 31, 2014 Young princesses, apprentices, jesters and frogs will fill the Webster City Community Theatre's stage this weekend after having spent only a handful of days preparing for the show. more »»

WC begins online bill pay

July 31, 2014 Residents of Webster City are now able to make payments to the city online. more »»

Cleanup Day set

July 30, 2014 The annual county-wide service project Boone River Cleanup is planning on great weather to scrub clean portions of the Boone River this Saturda. more »»

Sculpture event returning to WC

July 30, 2014 The arts will come alive again in Webster City next week with the return of the annual sculpture event. From Aug. 6 to Aug. more »»

Register at WC schools by this Monday

July 30, 2014 With about 400 students registered, the Webster City Community School District is continuing to prepare for the upcoming school yea. more »»

Progress continues at the Webster

July 29, 2014 Work at the old Webster Theater is inching closer to completion as the Help Entertain and Restore Organization is on track for their anticipated September grand reopenin. more »»

WC school board to go paperless

July 29, 2014 The Webster City Community School District Board of Directors is preparing to hold paperless board meetings. more »»

Deadline approaches for health survey

July 29, 2014 There’s still time for area residents to provide input in the Van Diest Medical Center Community Health Needs Assessment, but the deadline is drawing nea. more »»

PF shooting event set for Wednesday

July 29, 2014 Pheasants Forever will hold a shooting event for youths on Wednesday from 4 to 7:30 p.m. at the Izaak Walton League Park. Kids from ages 8 to 18 are invited to attend the event. more »»

Hild is supreme showman

July 28, 2014 On the final day of the 2014 Hamilton County Fair, four Hamilton County youths competed for the Supreme Showman honors. Tanner Hild of Webster City took home the traveling trophy as top showman. more »»

Showing off their talents

July 28, 2014 A dozen children and young adults showcased their talents at a show for the Bill Riley Talent Search at the Hamilton County Fair on Saturday. more »»

NEH hears reports

July 28, 2014 Administrative reports dominated the Northeast Hamilton School Board meeting on Thursday night as the district prepares for the coming school year. NEH Sup. more »»

Retro-style diner offers huge menu

July 28, 2014 There’s an a new diner in town that features a slick, retro look and offers a menu of the ultimate in comfort food. more »»

Hypnotizing entertainment

July 25, 2014 For the second year, Hypnotist and Mentalist Brian Imbus has brought his show to the Hamilton County Fair. He demonstrated hypnosis at a show on Thursday afternoon. more »»

Anderson joins Kendall Young Library staff

July 25, 2014 A fresh face can be seen working in the halls of Kendall Young Library. Linsday Anderson began working at the library as a teen librarian on Monda. more »»



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