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 • Webster City Chamber to have quarterly coffee time on September 1.

 The Webster City Area Chamber of Commerce will have its quarterly coffee meeting on Thursday,September 1 at 7:30 a.m. in the conference room of  the Van Diest Medical Center Family Clinic. There will be updates on what is happening at the chamber and in the community. All chamber members and guests are welcome to attend.

 • Strengthening Families Program to return September 20.

 The Strengthening Families Program:For Parents and Youth 10-14 will return on September 20 for a seven week program. It helps parents to be kind but firm, using love and limits, improve communication, deal with anger more effectively and be consistent with rules and expectations. The program helps youth with handling peer pressure, dealing better with stress, showing respect for others and understanding and appreicating your family. The program is sponsored by Hamilton County Iowa State University Extension and Outreach. The evening will begin with a free meal at 5:30 and the program from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. at Asbury United Methodist Church. Free child care will be provided  for families in attendance. Each youth attending will also receive a gift for each session they attend with a parent or caregiver. For more information or to register, please call the Hamilton County ISU Extension and Outreach office at 515-832-9597.

 • Wright County Supervisors to meet Monday morning in Clarion.

 The next meeting of the Wright County Board of Supervisors will be Monday morning at 9:00 in the supervisors office in Clarion. The agenda  will include the receiving of letters  of support and concern on the Prestage Foods of Iowa processing plant coming to Eagle Grove plus other matters that may come before the board.

 • Solar array project at Little Wall Lake postponed.
 • Webster City man facing charges after being arrested by Fort Dodge Police Wednesday night.

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    Ernst says her fundraiser will be ‘build up’ for GOP ticket (AUDIO)
    Republican Senator Joni Ernst will host her second annual “Roast and Ride” fundraiser Saturday and the faetured speaker will be GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump. Ernst describes the event as a “build-up” to November. “It is about exciting our base and energizing them and this is perfect opportunity,” Ernst said late this afternoon. “We’re right […]
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    Steve King ‘uneasy’ about Donald Trump’s recent statements on immigration
    Republican Congressman Steve King says he has “an uneasy feeling” about Donald Trump’s “softening” immigration stance. King told ABC News there is “not much” about Trump’s evolving comments about immigration that have “encouraged” him. King has been one of the most vocal opponents in congress of what King calls “amnesty” for people who entered the […]
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    Flood crest projection lowered for Elkader
    Leaders in Elkader and Clayton County held a news conference today that had good news about the flooding Turkey River. The National Weather Service reports that the Turkey River at Elkader is cresting today, at just over 22 feet. It should drop to below flood stage of 12 feet by Sunday morning. Earlier predictions had […]
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    Wastewater plants in northeast Iowa trying to get running again
    A spokesman with the Iowa DNR says the wastewater treatment plants that were hit by flooding in northeast Iowa are working quickly to get back online. Tom McCarthy was one of several members of the DNR who were out assessing the damage and helping cities. “For the most part, most of them are operating again. […]
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    Iron Chef America judge to visit Iowa restaurants on national tour
    A judge on the Food Network’s “Iron Chef America” is launching his nationwide tour of restaurants in Iowa to educate Americans about “real” Italian cooking. Chef Mario Rizzotti came to the U.S. from Rome more than 20 years ago and went to work in a restaurant as a dishwasher. He saw meals being served that […]
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 Hy-Vee Store Director,
Aaron Tacker, nailed his first
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