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Code Hawks group OK’d by South Hamilton board

February 11, 2015 Jewell — The topic of technology started off the South Hamilton school board agenda Monday, with senior Tyler Armstrong making a presentation for the board on a proposed Code Hawks group which he... more »»

WCCSD board OKs Reis for SSH

February 10, 2015 The Webster City Community School District Board of Directors approved a contract recommendation at their regular meeting on Monday for Kelli Reis to serve as principal of Sunset Heights Elementary... more »»

Boost immunity

February 10, 2015 The United States is currently experiencing a large, multi-state outbreak of measles linked to an amusement park in California. more »»

How to Wow to discuss government contracting for businesses on Feb. 19

February 10, 2015 Local businesses can learn about government contracting at the Webster City Area Chamber of Commerce’s first How to Wow session of the yea. more »»

ESGR invites employees and their bosses to learn more over breakfast

February 9, 2015 An event which invites members of local businesses to learn about the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, ESGR, over breakfast is scheduled to be held in Webster City. more »»

Daily Freeman-Journal brings home awards

February 9, 2015 The staff of the Daily Freeman-Journal earned 21 awards in the annual Iowa Better Newspaper Contest, sponsored by the Iowa Newspaper Foundation, including seven first place awards, 13 second and... more »»

What’s up with Webster City’s water?

February 6, 2015 Webster City residents may have noticed a change in their tap water in the past couple weeks, which is due to ongoing upgrades at the water treatment plant, according to city officials. more »»

WCHS students lead fundraising effort for family of Jorden Leeper

February 6, 2015 Webster City High School students gathered at Fuller Hall on Thursday to create ribbons that are being sold as a fundraiser for the family of Jorden Leeper. more »»

Progress marches on

February 6, 2015 This week, Progress 2015 takes a look at education and health care in Hamilton County. The second section of this special edition is inserted in today's Daily Freeman-Journal. more »»

Falling in love with books at KYL

February 5, 2015 It has begun, but it’s not too late to get involved with the Kendall Young Library Winter Reading Program. While it officially kicked off on Feb. more »»

Guard brings fun and fitness to WCHS

February 5, 2015 Several members of the Iowa National Guard led Webster City High School students in a variety of exercises on Wednesday. more »»

Perfect for sledding

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Area teen killed in one vehicle crash

February 4, 2015 A Woolstock teenager was killed in a one-vehicle accident Monday night that occurred on White Fox Drive. Jordan Michael Leeper, 18, of Woolstock, was pronounced dead at the scene. more »»

New trial date set for Graesch

February 4, 2015 A new trial date has been set for a of a Webster City man accused of killing his father last June. The trial of Corbin Graesch, 27, scheduled originally for Jan. 27, will now be held June 2 at 9 a.m. more »»

Jars full of creativity

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Reception thanks Groves for service

February 4, 2015 City officials, employees and members of the public gathered at City Hall for a reception on Tuesday to thank Gary Groves, former city attorney of Webster City, for his 29 years of service. more »»

Tiny houses too small?

February 3, 2015 FORT DODGE — Bigger used to be better, but when it comes to houses, the popularity of tiny structures is on the rise across the nation. more »»

WC council sets hearings

February 3, 2015 The City Council of Webster City set hearings for the capital improvement budget and plan along with the 2015 to 2016 city budget at a regular meeting on Monday. more »»

 
 
 

 

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