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Gone Cold

August 1, 2016 more »»

Rythms of the night

July 29, 2016 Over 200 people came out to First American Bank Plaza Thursday night for the second open mic night of the season. The large crowd enjoyed a variety of musical selections. more »»

Dayton Rodeo founder dies in house fire

July 29, 2016 DAYTON —Alan Porter, 98, one of the three founders of the Dayton Rodeo, died in an early Thursday morning fire at his Dayton home at 708 W. Skillet Ave. Porter was pronounced dead at the scene by D. more »»

Input sought

July 29, 2016 Webster City City Councilman Logan Welch will host an informal time of conversation today from 7 to 11 a.m. at Mornin’ Glory Coffee Shop. more »»

Life Flight

July 29, 2016 The Hamilton County S.A.L.T. meeting on Thursday, August 4 will provide attendees with the opportunity to hear about the emergency Life Flight helicopter that has saved many lives. more »»

In the spotlight

July 28, 2016 The Webster City Community Theatre has been filled with activity this week. Camp Creamery has returned to the WCCT for the second year in a row to give local youth an opportunity to perform. more »»

Ride to benefit Leeper Fund

July 28, 2016 Organizers have announced that the second annual Leeper's Legacy Memorial Ride has been scheduled for Aug. 6. more »»

Coloring the street

July 28, 2016 Grab a paint brush and reserve a spot on Seneca Street for the Sixth Annual Arts R Alive Sculpture and Street Painting Even. more »»

Tomlinson pleads guilty to three traffic charges

July 28, 2016 FORT?DODGE?—Ruth Tomlinson pleaded guilty to three traffic citations in Webster County Magistrate Court Wednesday afternoon, seven months after she crashed into a pickup truck, killing a little gir. more »»

Water babies

July 27, 2016 With high temperatures, the Webster City outdoor pool has been a popular place for all ages. more »»

A peaceful resting place

July 27, 2016 Many people consider their furry companions family. Oftentimes individuals request to be buried with their canine or feline friends. more »»

A good helping of music

July 27, 2016 STRATFORD — Musical instruments displayed in the big front window and classic record album covers and 45 speed records mounted on the walls surrounding the dining room aren’t exactly what one... more »»

Reclaiming history

July 26, 2016 Individuals who utilize the Nokomis Park trail will see some new improvements to the facility this month. more »»

Music in the Park is back

July 26, 2016 Michael Hansen and the Webster City Area Chamber of Commerce will be presenting this summer’s second night of Music in the Park with Open Mic and a Beatles tribute band called The Rythms on Thursday. more »»

Zoning OK’d for potential pork plant

July 26, 2016 CLARION — Supporters of the proposed Prestage pork processing plant dominated the public hearing during the Wright County Board of Supervisors meeting Monday. more »»

Street painting Friday, Saturday

July 26, 2016 Groups and individuals are invited to take part in the second annual street painting event scheduled for this weeken. more »»

Heat doesn’t stop shoppers

July 25, 2016 The high humidity and temperatures didn’t stop shoppers downtown Saturday. Second Street was filled with people during the Crazy Day Street Fair. more »»

Hamilton County Fair wraps up

July 25, 2016 The Hamilton County Fair wrapped up its week-long run Sunday with the Parade of Champions and the naming of the supreme senior showman. more »»

Youth shoot

July 25, 2016 The Hamilton County Pheasants Forever along with the Izaak Walton League and the Border Brigade Archery Club will be hosting the annual Youth Shoot and Archery event at the Izaak Walton League on... more »»

Birds are back at the fair

July 22, 2016 The return of the poultry category to the 2016 Hamilton County Fair saw a steep decline in numbers. more »»

 
 
 

 

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