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Changes made to chicken language

July 18, 2014 Changes pertaining to chickens have been made to a proposed animal protection and control ordinance which will be presented for its third reading at Monday’s meeting of the City Council of Webster... more »»

Howard begins his duties at South Hamilton

July 18, 2014 JEWELL — The new superintendent of schools at South Hamilton seems to feel at home there already. more »»

Producing a Peabody

July 17, 2014 For 12 years, David Lubbers has worked as a contractor producing features for the ESPN program, “Outside the Line. more »»

Vandals burn flag at bridge memorial

July 17, 2014 Vandalism to a memorial on the Dubuque Street (Bank Street) bridge has American Legion Post 191 dismayed and frustrated. The flag on the memorial honoring Sgt. James . more »»

Mornin’ Glory: no plans to leave

July 17, 2014 A ‘For Sale’ sign which was recently posted in the window of Mornin’ Glory Coffee Shop in Webster City brought about concerns that the owners were looking to sell the business. more »»

Extension nomination committee appointed

July 17, 2014 Four Hamilton County residents have been appointed to the Extension Council Nominating Committee, Brett Ahrens announced. more »»

‘Making the difference’

July 16, 2014 Webster City firefighters gathered for a training session on Monday evening at the state maintenance shed in rural Webster City. more »»

KYL adds to digital archive

July 16, 2014 More historical editions of The Daily Freeman-Journal are now available through The Digital Archives of Hamilton County. more »»

New superintendent begins at South Hamilton

July 16, 2014 JEWELL — With the new superintendent of schools attending his first board meeting at South Hamilton on Monday evening, the board had a routine agenda. more »»

Sprucing up

July 15, 2014 Hamilton County Fair workers have dressed up the Floral Building to encourage open class exhibit entries for the upcoming fair. more »»

Last quilt raffle set for 2014 Fair

July 15, 2014 On July 27, a 15-year tradition at the Hamilton County Fair will come to an end when the 4-H Foundation quilt raffle and quilt decor auction makes its final appearance at the Webster City event. more »»

4-H’ers shine in Fashion Revue, Share the Fun

July 15, 2014 Hamilton County 4-H’ers took part in the Fashion Revue and Share the Fun competitions on Saturday. The Fashion Revue was judged by Carolyn Hartmann and Sandy Behrendsen. more »»

30 years of bluegrass in Stratford

July 14, 2014 STRATFORD — There was bluegrass music in the Stratford park as the annual Bluegrass Festival came to a close with five bands taking the stage Sunday afternoon. more »»

Making art in the park

July 14, 2014 Volunteers worked to teach local children about sculptures and helped them to create their own works of art at an event in Webster City. more »»

WCCT show continues into second week

July 14, 2014 Tickets are on sale now for Webster City Community Theatre's production of "Guys and Dolls." The musical comedy takes to the stage for its second week on Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. more »»

History out of the bag

July 11, 2014 The history of a simple but important item, the cloth bag, will be explored at a free program this weekend in Webster Cit. more »»

Six women to vie for fair queen

July 11, 2014 Six young women will vie for the crown in the Hamilton County Fair Queen competition this year. more »»

Welcome to Our Hometown

July 11, 2014 Inside today's The Daily Freeman-Journal, readers will find the first edition of a new monthly publication, Our Hometown. more »»

Heroes come out in full force

July 11, 2014 The Webster City Area Chamber of Commerce hosted Be A Hero Summer Nights on June 2. more »»



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