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Theater to mark anniversary

September 16, 2015 It was just a year ago when the newly renovated Webster Theater opened its doors to the public. more »»

Public health announces flu clinics

September 16, 2015 Flu season is just around the corner and Hamilton County Public Health is getting ready to offer flu vaccinations to the public. more »»

KYL board reviews audit

September 16, 2015 By ADRI?SIETSTRA The Kendall Young Library Board of Trustees reviewed the 2014 audit from Bill Kline of Potter & Brant P.L.C. and found the results to be positive. more »»

Rafters going up

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Jaycox, Stenger, VanDiest sworn in

September 15, 2015 Three school board members were sworn in at Monday night’s meeting. more »»

Gone cold

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P&Z reviews sign ordinance proposals

September 15, 2015 The Webster City Planning and Zoning Commission continued to tackle proposed revisions to the city's sign ordinance Monday night, reviewing sizes, locations and what actually constitutes a sign. more »»

Parade entries sought

September 15, 2015 Entries are now being accepted for the Webster City High School homecoming parade on Friday. The deadline to register an entry is Wednesday at 4 p.m. more »»

The 'Bugs are back

September 14, 2015 Those familiar little red scooters will once again be buzzing around the Hamilton County Fairgrounds this week as the Doodle Bug Club of America hosts is annual reunio. more »»

Couple has big plans for century-old barn

September 14, 2015 STRATFORD — Barns are, of course, a common sight here in this rural area, although not as common as they used to be. One barn that has survived is a large, lovely brick barn east of Stratford. more »»

Another successful RVTV

September 11, 2015 The rain didn’t dampen the spirits of Hawkeye and Cyclone fans Thursday night for the third consecutive RVTV. Downtown Webster City was filled with fans, games, food and fun. more »»

Greenley beats bacon challenge

September 11, 2015 It was ISU?fans vs. Iowa fans in the ultimate battle — bacon. The teams of four dove into plates of cooked bacon — two pounds each — to see who could power through to eat the most bacon. more »»

God’s plan

September 11, 2015 There is a new face looking through the stained glass windows of Asbury United Methodist Church. Jennifer Peterson, a Fort Dodge native, just started as Christian Formation Director Aug. 2. more »»

Donation to DSAOC

September 11, 2015 more »»

Building school pride

September 10, 2015 What started as simple social media post several months ago has blossomed into a strongly supported movement to boost school pride and spirit in Webster City. more »»

More RVTV fun

September 10, 2015 More RVTV?fun Photos by Anne Blankenship and Adri Sietstra... more »»

It’s RVTV Day

September 10, 2015 Organizations and businesses are gearing up for the Webster City RVTV stop tonight and activities are actually getting underway this morning. At 10 a.m. more »»

A day in the life

September 10, 2015 By ADRI SIETSTRA The blue light attached to the ceiling is blinking. Heads swivel towards the radio as finely tuned ears pick up activity on the radio. more »»

Sign ordinance to face public hearing

September 9, 2015 The City Council of Webster City set the dates for three public hearings Tuesday night during its regular meeting, including one hearing that will address possible changes to the sign ordinance. more »»



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