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Lynx Homecoming Rainbow on September 18,2015!

 • Kendall Young Library Board to meet Tuesday evening.

 The Kendall Young Library Board of Trustees will meet Tuesday evening at 6:30 in the downstairs meeting room of the library. The board will look at fundraising activites, plans for the annual appeal and an update on policies. There will also be an update from Richard Carlson from Farmer's National Company on the library farm. Director Angie Martin Schwarze will also present her report on current activities at the library.

 • Hamilton County Board of Supervisors to meet Tuesday morning.

 Another meeting of the Hamilton County Board of Supervisors will be Tuesday morning at 9:00 in the supervisors board room. The agenda will include the signing of a proclamation for Domestic Violence Month. Contracts and agreements for G6 Power Solutions for the solar panel project at Little Wall Lake Park will be considered. Other agreements to be approved will be with Central Iowa Community Services and Windsor Manor of Webster City.The board will consider a personnel issue with the sheriff's department. Applications for the Homestead, Disabled Veteran's Homestead and Military Tax Credits will be considered. The board will also make an appointment to the Central Iowa Recovery Board plus other matters.

 • Webster City Parks and Recreation Commission to meet Thursday.

 The Webster City Parks and Recreation Commission will meet Thursday afternoon at 5:15 in the Sampson Room at Fuller Hall. The commission will receive reports, an update on fall and winter programs and plans on the Winter Health Fair on January 16,2016 plus other matters.

 • No open burning in Wright County until further notice.
 • Webster City city officials assess damage to the north side of City Hall.



Early This Morning...Clear...Colder. Northwest wind 10 to 15 mph with gusts to around 25 mph.
Today...Sunny. High in the mid 60s. Northwest wind 10 to 15 mph with gusts to around 25 mph.
Tonight...Mostly clear. Low around 40. Northwest wind near 10 mph.

Iowa State News



    Decorah woman identified as victim of fatal crash
    The victim of a fatal car crash this weekend in northeast Iowa has been identified. An Iowa State Patrol crash report shows 26-year-old Alexandra Loden of Decorah was driving near Calmar when her vehicle crossed the centerline on the roadway and then entered the ditch. Loden, who was not wearing a seatbelt, was thrown from […]
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    Radio Iowa High School Football Poll 10/12/15
    Class 4A 1. Dowling Catholic (6-0), LW #1 @ DSM Roosevelt 2. Bettendorf (7-0), LW #2 vs Dubuque Senior 3. WDM Valley (6-1), LW #3 vs Ankeny Centennial 4. Cedar Rapids Kennedy (6-0), LW #4 vs Cedar Falls 5. Fort Dodge (7-0), LW #6 @ #8 Waukee 6. Ankeny (6-1), LW #7 vs C.B. Thomas […]
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    Injured Trumpeter swan caught and taken to rehab
    The Iowa Department of Natural Resources says a swan wounded by duck hunters in Scott County has been caught. The Trumpeter swan was wounded October 3rd at the Princeton Wildlife Area at the same time another swan was killed. A conservation officer was unable to capture the wounded bird at the time, but it was […]
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    Anamosa fire destroys commercial building
    A massive fire that started last night in a large commercial building near Anamosa is expected to burn for several days. It’s unclear for now what started the blaze inside the business ReConserve, a food waste solutions company. Anamosa Assistant Fire Chief Ron French told KCRG-TV the steel building keeps all the heat inside and […]
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    Griswold legislator Jack Drake dies
    A long-time state legislator from southwest Iowa has died. Jack Drake, a Republican from Griswold, died Sunday at the Cass County Memorial Hospital. The 81-year old Drake was serving his 11th term in the Iowa House. He was born near Walnut, graduated from Atlantic High School and attended the University of Iowa. He was a […]
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Hy-Vee made a HUGE donation
of food and non-perishables to
UDMO from the ISU/Iowa
Food Drive Contest. Hy-Vee thanks
everyone for their support to make
this happen. They estimated over
$1,000 worth of food/non-perishables
were donated to UDMO.


HERO Board Members Brian Miller,
Zack Chizek, & Kay Ross interviewed
for HERO Foundation. Other board
members include (not pictured): Jeff
Pingel, Holly Stroner, Jerry Kloberdanz
& Jake Pulis.

Our friends at our local Webster
City Hy-Vee getting ready for the
Hamilton County Fair Parade!