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Larson pens blog for Our Hometown

September 8, 2016 A new blog written by Tiffany Larson of Webster City will be featured on the Our Hometown website. Our Hometown is a monthly magazine published by the Daily Freeman-Journal. more »»

Entries sought for parade next week

September 8, 2016 The Webster City High School National Honor Society is requesting all interested participants to sign up for a homecoming parade entry this year. The parade will begin at 2:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. more »»

Doodle Bug Days proclaimed in WC

September 7, 2016 Webster City Mayor John Hawkins proclaimed Sept. 12 through 17 as Doodle Bug Days in Webster City Monday night at the Webster City City Council meeting. more »»

Book tour

September 7, 2016 Hamilton County Fair Queen MaKayla Tapper visited area schools on Tuesday to read to students as part of a challenge made by a nine-year-old. more »»

Nurses to offer shots in each community

September 7, 2016 Hamilton County Public Health has released the schedule of upcoming fall flu shot clinics to be held this month and next. more »»

Road work

September 7, 2016 Beginning today, Scodeller Construction will start routing and sealing joints and cracks on?Webster City’s concrete streets. more »»

County GOP to gather

September 7, 2016 The Hamilton County Republicans will hold a monthly meeting at the 2nd Street Emporium Thursday at 6:30 p.m. The group will be preparing for the upcoming Nov. more »»

Dems to hold meetings

September 7, 2016 The Hamilton County Democrats have announced the following September meetings: •?Pints and Politics at Hamilton County Democratic Headquarters, 1118 Second St. Webster City on Friday at 7 p.m. more »»

Iron Woman

September 6, 2016 Taylor Schaa Wilmoth is no stranger to challenging herself. She's served in the Peace Corps, travelled the world and pushed herself physically to compete in triathlons. more »»

Benefit raises $46,000

September 6, 2016 Over 550 people gathered together Aug. 27 to support the late Dr. Morgan Pommrehn-Jass and the Jass family. The benefit raised $46,000 for the Jass family. more »»

Proclamations on City Council agenda Tuesday

September 6, 2016 Two proclamations are on the agenda for tonight’s city council meeting in the council chambers at 5:30 p.m. Mayor John Hawkins will proclaim September 12 through 17 Doodle Bug Days in Webster City. more »»

Public information

September 6, 2016 According to the Webster City Public Works Department, beginning today, Tuesday, Sept. 6 and continuing through Friday, Sept. more »»

Business matters

September 2, 2016 Members of the Webster City Area Chamber of Commerce gathered at the Van Diest Family Health Clinic Thursday morning for the quarterly breakfast meeting. more »»

Community officer

September 1, 2016 Webster City High School sophomore Tyler Nelson thought Wednesday was going to be another ordinary school day. Little did he know that a surprise visit awaited him first period. more »»

Create explore inspire

August 31, 2016 There are a variety of activities going on throughout the month of September in conjunction with Legacy Learning Boone River Valley. Ride the River Trail Join Lisa Schaa on Saturday, Sept. more »»

Social media rollout

August 30, 2016 Over the next few weeks, the Webster City School District will be broadening its social media presence. more »»

Tanzania and back

August 30, 2016 This summer, five Webster City residents made the trip of a lifetim. more »»

90-plus Club brunch planned

August 30, 2016 The third annual 90+ Club will meet for brunch and a program Thursday, Sept. 13 at 10 a.m at The Bridge, at the corner of Des Moines and Division Streets. more »»

Pork donated to UDMO

August 30, 2016 Several area businesses and individuals donated 1,000 pounds of pork to Upper Des Moines Opportunity recently. more »»

Bergman honored for service

August 29, 2016 AMES — Because of their countless hours given to the Iowa 4-H program, 125 Iowa 4-H volunteers from 95 counties were welcomed into the Iowa 4-H Hall of Fame on Aug. more »»

 
 
 

 

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