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Seth Crouthamel and Harleigh McKee crowned Webster City High School Homecoming Queen and King on September 25!

 • Webster City Police keeping close eye on students after reported abduction attempts in Boone,Webster and Greene Counties.

 Webster City Police continue to monitor the reports from three central Iowa counties after attempted child abductions were reported on Sunday and Monday. Officers will keep a close eye on school grounds in the city in the coming weeks. Last Sunday the Webster County Sheriff's Department reported two different girls were targeted in separated incidents. The first abduction was reported in Gowrie at 2:50 Sunday afternoon and later that same day in Dayton at 5:09 p.m. Webster County Sheriff James Stubbs said a 13 year old girl reported a man wearing a ski mask came from behind some bushes and approached her at Brockett Park in Gowrie. The girl ran north to the business area on Market Street. In Dayton a five year old girl was riding her bicycle near Third Street Northeast and Fifth Avenue Northeast. The girl told sheriff's deputies that a white van pulled over near her and a man wearing a ski mask followed her on foot. She reported the man was talking to someone in the van. Both children are okay. Anyone with information on these incidents should contact Webster County Crimestoppers at 515-573-1444. A similar incident occured in Grand Junction on Monday and in Boone on Monday evening. Webster City Police Chief Shiloh Mork said officers will continue to keep a close eye on these reports in preventing a similar incident in Webster City.

 • September weather in review.

September was a month of above normal temperatures and precipitation in Webster City. Records at the Radio Hill weather reporting station for the month showed the average high at 73 degrees and the average low at 48. Normal high for September is 63 degrees. The warmest day for the month was 88 degrees on September 4 with the lowest temperature being 31 degrees on September 13. The 31 degree temperature on that date was a new record for Webster City breaking the old  record of 34 degrees set on September 13,1931 and again on September 13,1975. As for precipitation we ended September with 4.57 inches of rainfall.

The National Weather Service outlook for October in Iowa shows we will be in for normal to below normal temperatures and above normal precipitation. Last October in Webster City the average high was 62 degrees and the average low was 36 degrees. KQWC Radio is the official observer for the National Weather Service in Webster City.

 • No school Monday in Webster City.

 Students in the Webster City Community Schools will be away from the classroom on Monday,October 6 due to professional development day for the staff. The staff will learn positive behavior support techniques for dealing with behaviors that are impeding the ability of the classroom teachers to deliver instruction for all children when some children are dealing with  Attention Deficit Hyper Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Learning Disabilities, Oppositional Defiant Disorder and other challenging behaviors. School will resume on Tuesday,October 7.

 • New SHIIP Counselor Offering Medicare Information in Webster City.
 • Webster City man charged with damage to the Links Golf Course.

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Early This Morning...Periods of showers and isolated thunderstorms. Southeast wind 5 to 15 mph. Chance of precipitation 80 percent.
Today...Periods of showers and isolated thunderstorms in the morning...Then scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms in the afternoon. High in the upper 60s. Southeast wind 5 to 15 mph. Chance of precipitation 90 percent.
Tonight...Mostly cloudy. A chance of showers in the evening. Isolated thunderstorms through midnight. A slight chance of showers overnight. Low in the upper 50s. South wind 5 to 10 mph shifting to the east after midnight. Chance of precipitation 30 percent.

Iowa State News
 

  

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    Iowans are being praised for their fundraising efforts for the American Lung Association. In the past 11 years, a “stair climb” event in Des Moines has raised more than $1.5 million. It’s one of 64 stair climb fundraisers held annually around the country and Lewis Bartfield, president of the American Lung Association of the Upper […]
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    Hawkeye offensive coordinator: plan is to play both quarterbacks
    The Iowa Hawkeyes will play two quarterbacks when they host Indiana on October 11th following a bye week. Sophomore C.J. Beathard replaced the injured Jake Rudock at halftime of the game at Pitt two weeks ago and has led the Hawks to consecutive victories. “If we played today, Jake is about 80-percent, so we would […]
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    Database details fees drug companies pay to doctors
    A database is being made public today that’s designed to shed light on payments doctors get from drug companies. Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley co-authored the bill, which was enacted in 2010, but it’s taken years for the legislation to work through the system. Grassley says the law requires drug companies to disclose payments they make […]
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    Crops doing well as harvest gets underway
    The weekly crop report shows the full scale harvest is getting closer. The weekly U.S.D.A. reports finds corn maturity has hit 58 percent — which surpasses last year, but is still 8 days behind normal. The reports says the corn harvest is getting underway in some areas with 76 percent of the corn acreage reported […]
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    Senate Democrats propose ‘clean gov’t’ recommendations, GOP senators dismiss as ‘political gimmick’
    Democrats on the Iowa Senate’s Oversight Committee have endorsed a series of recommendations they say will “clean up state government.” Republicans on the panel accuse Democrats of engaging in “political theater” to try to discredit Republican Governor Terry Branstad. AUDIO of committee meeting, 18:00 Senator Janet Petersen, a Democrat from Des Moines who is chairwoman of […]
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