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A fitting tribute

April 18, 2014 In the 1930s through the 1960s, almost every small town had a movie house. more »»

 
 
 
Fun for a good cause

April 18, 2014 Students in Patsy Brock's Project Business Classes at Webster City Middle School proved Thursday that you're never to young to pitch in and help a good cause. more »»

New owners, new ideas

April 18, 2014 New owners with new ideas have taken over business at Whoop-ti-doos restaurant in Webster City. more »»

Seminar set for April 28

April 18, 2014 Thinking of ways to improve your company's productivity? On April 28, the Webster City Area Chamber of Commerce and Ameriprise Financial will present the next seminar in the series, "Mind. Body. more »»

Stratford council makes mixed decisions on urban chickens

April 18, 2014 City councilmen in Stratford faced an agenda that included requests to keep animals within the city limits when they met for the regular monthly meeting Monday evenin. more »»

Bus buy OK’d

April 18, 2014 STRATFORD — At its regular monthly meeting Wednesday evening, the Stratford school board hired two new teachers, approved the purchase of a new school bus, and reviewed the upcoming extended year... more »»

A new chapter begins

April 17, 2014 A Webster City bank began a new chapter in its business life on Wednesday afternoon as WCF Financial Bank broke ground for its new facility at the corner of Fair Meadow Drive and Superior Street. more »»

Expanding a deterrent for drinking

April 17, 2014 Several community members are continuing to advocate for the passing of social host ordinances in Hamilton County as a statewide bill goes to Iowa Governor Terry Branstad. more »»

Hughes announces resignation

April 16, 2014 Webster City Police Chief Brian Hughes has announced that he tendered his resignation on Tuesday. He will continue to serve as police chief for 30 days. more »»

A blood moon

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WC board accepts sharing draft

April 16, 2014 Plans for a whole grade sharing agreement between Webster City Schools and Northeast Hamilton took a step forward Tuesday evening. more »»

SH board to appoint new District 3 director

April 16, 2014 JEWELL — The South Hamilton school board had a busy evening at the regular monthly board meeting on Monday, starting with a hearing for the proposed budget for the district for Fiscal Year 2015. more »»

Hughes announces resignation

April 15, 2014 Webster City Police Chief Brian Hughes announced Tuesday that he will be stepping down after 30 days. Hughes has accepted a position as the police chief of North Strabane Township in Pennsylvania. more »»

Sharing their story

April 15, 2014 The Northeast Hamilton second graders are becoming experts at facing adventure. more »»

A meeting of Friends at KYL

April 15, 2014 About 50 members and guests attended the annual meeting of the Friends of Kendall Young Library on Monday evening. The event discussed past and upcoming events hosted by the friends. more »»

Absentee ballots available

April 15, 2014 Kim Schaa, Hamilton County Auditor and Commissioner of Elections, announces absentee ballots are now available for the June 3, 2014 Primary Electio. more »»

Rocking the town at prom

April 14, 2014 “Rock This Town” was the theme of the South Hamilton prom held on Saturday evening. more »»

NEH board votes to extend coach contracts

April 14, 2014 The Northeast Hamilton School Board approved the 2014-2015 budget, reviewed drafts for whole grade sharing and for superintendent sharing in addition to setting athletic sharing policy. more »»

‘Eggstravaganza’ returns Saturday

April 11, 2014 Southfield Wellness Community is gearing up to host its seventh annual Easter Eggstravaganza on Saturday. more »»

 
 

 

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