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 • Wright County Supervisors to meet Monday morning.

 The Wright County Supervisors will meet Monday morning at 9:00 in the supervisors office in the Wright County Courthouse in Clarion. The board will meet with Wright County Conservation Director Bruce Lindner as he will present a possible name for an open position on the county conservation board. A fireworks permit will be approved. Wright County Transit Coordinator Courtney Stewart will present the 28-E agreement between Wright County and the city of Eagle Grove followed by an update on the new employees for the transit program plus other matters.

 • Veterans Appreciation Meal set for Thursday,October 6.

 The Hamilton County Veterans Affairs office and Heartland Retirement Group will co-sponsor a veterans appreciation meal with special recognition to Vietnam veterans on Thursday,October 6 at the Webster City High School from 5:00 until 8:00 p.m. The event is open to veterans, spouses and service members. Representatives from the Vietnam Veterans of America,Iowa Department of Veteran Affairs, V.A. Health Care, American Legion,G.I. Education, Iowa Central Community College, Veterans in Ag, Hero to Hire, Iowa Veterans Home,Iowa Workforce Development and more. There will be a display from the Vietnam Riverine Forces Mobile Museum. For more information, please call the Hamilton County Veterans Affairs office at 515-832-9595.

 • Hamilton County Conservation Board to seek architectural proposals for Briggs Woods Golf Course Event Center.
 • Webster City City Council to meet Monday evening.




Iowa State News




    West Nile still a threat until weather turns cold
    The Iowa Department of Public Health is reminding you to remember to protect yourself against mosquitoes if you are out taking advantage of the remaining warm fall days. Deputy State Epidemiologist Ann Garvey says one threat in particular is still looming. “Late summer and early fall through October is really the peak time when we […]
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    Highway 20 Association encourages visits to small towns
    A movement is underway to bring tourists back to small towns in Iowa and nationwide by promoting a roadway that was around long before Interstate 80. Bryan Farr is the president and founder of the Historic U.S. Route 20 Association and he’s working to unite communities all along the very lengthy stretch of road. “What […]
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    Weaver ‘not o.k.’ with voluntary approach to dealing with nitrate problems
    Kim Weaver, the Democrat running for Iowa’s fourth district congressional seat, says it’s time to set limits on the amount of nitrogen farmers may apply to their fields. “If you look at a heat map of where the nitrates come down, the majority of the nitrates that contribute to the dead zone in the Gulf […]
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    Rendering plant accused of making Sibley smelly is up for sale
    A plant in Sibley that’s blamed for causing overpowering smells in the city is for sale. The Iowa Drying and Processing Plant has been listed for sale, along with nearly seven acres of land. Sibley City Administrator Glenn Anderson says the stench from the plant drifts over the downtown business district and residential areas of his […]
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    Cedar Rapids celebrates as Cedar River drops below major flood stage
    The Cedar River in Cedar Rapids dropped below the major flood stage of 16 feet this morning. It crested at its second highest level ever — just under 22 feet — on Tuesday. Thousands of homes and businesses in Cedar Rapids were spared from damage due to the construction of a massive temporary wall that […]
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