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Coffee with Bacon

September 30, 2014 Iowa Representative Rob Bacon met with community members at the Webster City Hy-Vee on Monday morning. Bacon was invited to tour the business by Webster City Hy-Vee Store Director Dale Mitchell. more »»

Safer serving

September 30, 2014 More businesses in Hamilton County are taking part in Training for Intervention Procedures classes which aim to help alcohol servers prevent unsafe drinking habits. more »»

Ready for flu season

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A showcase of tradition

September 29, 2014 Community members lined the streets to enjoy the annual Webster City homecoming parade on Friday afternoo. more »»

Arrest made in relation to Links burglary

September 29, 2014 A Webster City resident has been charged with burglary and criminal mischief following their arrest by the Webster City Police Department. On Sept. 14 at 6:42 a.m. more »»

Public Health flu shot clinics start today

September 29, 2014 A series of flu shot clinics held by Hamilton County Public Health are set to begin today. more »»

Driver hospitalized after vehicle crash

September 29, 2014 An automobile accident which occurred on Friday in Webster City resulted in one driver being sent to Van Diest Medical Center. more »»

Crouthamel, McKee to reign

September 26, 2014 Seth Crouthamel and Harleigh McKee were crowned Webster City High School’s homecoming king and queen at Boom Night on Thursday. more »»

Harvest season begins

September 26, 2014 Although combines and their attentive grain wagons are not yet out in full force, a few area farmers got their fall harvest season started late last week and continued Monday. more »»

Seneca Foundry selected as one of Iowa’s top workplaces

September 26, 2014 Seneca Foundry Inc. has announced that it has been selected as one of Iowa’s Top Workplaces as a Workplace Achiever. The Top Workplaces are determined based solely on employee feedback. more »»

Early voting starts in HC

September 26, 2014 Absentee and early voting is now under way for the Nov. 4 election, according to Kim Schaa, Hamilton County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections. more »»

A cool visit from firefighters

September 25, 2014 Local students cheered at the opportunity to see a fire truck up close on Wednesday at Sunset Heights Elementary School. more »»

Sewing from the heart

September 25, 2014 ELLSWORTH — Sometimes things come together like it seems they were meant to be. more »»

Taha visits WC

September 25, 2014 Sherrie Taha, Democratic candidate for Iowa Secretary of Agriculture, said she would like to see farming practices that improve soil and water quality in the state and keep valuable soil on Iowa's... more »»

Seeking gifts of grain

September 24, 2014 A new fund-raising program by the American Red Cross Serving Greater Iowa will be familiar to farmers and will provide needed funds to assist Iowans, especially those in rural areas, in times of... more »»

Sups support Skilled Iowa initiative

September 24, 2014 The Hamilton County Board of Supervisors voted to support an initiative which gives employers an opportunity to verify skills of potential job candidates and allows job seekers to document those... more »»

Public Health announces flu clinic schedule

September 24, 2014 Hamilton County Public Health will once again be offering flu vaccines to area residents at a variety of locations around the county. more »»

Crash hospitalizes one

September 24, 2014 A motor vehicle accident on Monday required one driver to be treated for injuries. According to a report from the Webster City Police Department, the vehicles collided at 3:53 p.m. more »»

VDMC outlines community benefits

September 23, 2014 Van Diest Medical Center provides $2,529,220 in community benefits to Hamilton County, according to a recently completed assessment of those programs and services. more »»

Massage therapy college to open in WC

September 23, 2014 For a local licensed massage therapist, joining her expanding field of medicine is a no-brainer. Lucinda Stone is preparing to start a massage therapy college in Webster City on Oct. 13. more »»



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