Lifestyle Briefs

Dyvig receives Women’s Club scholarship

The Webster City Women's Club presented a Scholarship to Madison Dyvig, daughter of Jory and Michelle Dyvig of Webster City. She plans to attend Iowa State University. While maintaining a 3.6 GPA, Dyvig has been in student council, was a basketball manager, plays varsity softball and works ...

NEH hosts Family Reading Night

BLAIRSBURG — Parents joined their children for a evening of fun and reading at the annual Northeast Hamilton Family Reading Night on Monday at the Blairsburg school. Participants gathered in the school Media Center to play board games which required reading the rules. Most of the games ...

Lampman honored by governor

WEST DES MOINES — Austin Lampman, a senior at Webster City High School, was recognized by Gov. Kim Reynolds and Lt. Gov. Adam Gregg for outstanding academic achievement at the 17th Annual Governor’s Scholar Recognition Ceremony April 28 at Hy-Vee Hall in Des Moines. The statewide ...

Donuts for Dad, Muffins for Mom served at NEH

Last Friday at Northeast Hamilton Elementary, dad and mom Kyle and Lindsay Heffernan joined daughter Elsie for the Donuts for Dads and Muffins for Mom breakfast. Students proudly showed their book of zoo animals to their parents.

NEH students reach for the stars

BLAIRSBURG — Students took a trip past the moon and stars when the Hamilton County Conservation Digital Star Lab visited Northeast Hamilton Elementary School last Friday. Naturalist John Laird brought the miniature planetarium to the Blairsburg school with the support of Prairie ...

Asbury confirms eight

Asbury United Methodist Church confirmed eight students Sunday, April 28. Pictured are, front row from the left, Dylan Burnette, Dylan Rossing and Wyatt Bingham; second row, Chloe Anderson, Alley Odland and Stoakes; back row, Jennifer Sullivan, Christian Formation Director, Kailey Geopfert, ...

Donations roll in for American Legion

The Webster City Class of 1964 donated $500 to American Legion Post 191 recently. Mike Mason, left, presented the check to Commander Rich Stroner and Legion member Dave Gordon.

McSweeny’s School of the Performing Arts will usher in spring in songs

FORT DODGE — McSweeny’s School of Performing Arts is springing into music as it plans two whimsical recitals this month. “A Million Dreams,” a voice recital, will be presented on Saturday at 7 p.m. This spring recital will feature vocal soloists, a vocal ensemble, and the Fort ...

Kiwanis host middle schoolers

The last group of Webster City Middle School 5th graders — Micah Sturgill, Santiago deLeon, Adison Punkham and Alivia Burns — were the guests of the Noon Kiwanis April 30th, 2019. They introduced themselves and told about their families and pets and their favorite subject to study in ...

Hog Roast set for Sunday at Southfield

The public is invited to attend the Annual Hog Roast at Southfield Wellness Community, located at 2416 Des Moines St., Webster City, on Sunday, May 5 at the independent and assisted living garages. Serving is from 11 am to 1 pm and will consist of pork sandwiches, all the fixings, dessert ...

Hisler named Woman of Year

Members of the Beta Theta, Gamma Omicron, Beta Chi, and Delta Upsilon chapters of Beta Sigma Phi met April 29 to celebrate the 88th anniversary of the founding of the international women's organization. Thirty members enjoyed social time, a catered meal and program at the Jane Young House. ...

Southfield to host annual hog roast

The public is invited to attend the Annual Hog Roast at Southfield Wellness Community, located at 2416 Des Moines St., Webster City, on Sunday, May 5 at the independent and assisted living garages. Serving is from 11 am to 1 pm and will consist of pork sandwiches, all the fixings, dessert ...

Farmers Market returns to downtown May 25

It’s nearly Farmers Market season. This year, the Webster City Farmers Market will again be held on Saturday mornings but there’s a new time — 9 a.m. to Noon. The market will once again be located on Des Moines Street south of Second Street to the alley. The first day will be May ...

SH students dance the night away at prom

JEWELL — A Night of A Thousand Lights” was the theme of this year's prom at South Hamilton, held on Saturday evening. The big event kicked off at the school with guessing jars, followed by the promenade in the school gym. With friends and families seated in the bleachers, prom ...

WCHS to present ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’

Webster City High School will present “A Midsummer Night's Dream,” adapted by Claudia Haas based on the play by William Shakespeare. Performances are scheduled for Friday and Saturday, 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. in Prem Sahai Auditorium. A cleverly compressed version of ...

Online auction to benefit new GRM scholarship fund

There will be an online silent auction for the George Reeves Memorial April 28 to May 5. Sales from the auction will benefit their annual scholarship fund and general fund. The George Reeves Memorial (GRM) has contributed to events, charitable causes, and museums, around Hamilton and ...

WCHS spring concert set for Monday

Webster City High School proudly presents its Spring Choir Concert Monday, April 29, at 7:00 pm at Prem Sahai Auditorium. Lynx Singers will open the concert with “Lord, I Call to You” by Mozart and an arrangement of folk songs entitled, “With a Banjo on My Knee.” Purple & ...

Scouts food, pop can drive set for Saturday

Webster City’s Boy Scout Troop 17 and Cub Scout Pack 583 want to remind the public of their annual food and pop can drive coming up on Saturday, April 27. Residents are asked to set items on their front step by 9 a.m., including any new, unopened, non perishable food and/or hygiene items, ...

Rotary donates to Rocketry Club

Members of the Webster City Rocketry Team were the guest speakers Monday at Rotary Club. The high school students placed high enough in the Team America Rocketry Challenge to be invited to Nationals in Washington D.C. in May. The Rotary Club presented the students with a $100 donation to help ...