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This year's sculptures on display for the Arts R Alive event at West Twin Park in Webster City

 • Preparations continue for RVTV in Webster City September 8.

 Preparations continue for the return of RV TV on Monday,September 8 in downtown Webster City. After a highly successful appearance last year, the crew from WHO Television of Keith Murphy and Ed Wilson will be appearing together in preparation for the Iowa Iowa State football game on September 13. Volunteers are needed to help with this community event. If you are willing to help out please call the Webster City chamber officer at 515-832-2564. The highlights include a chili contest at 6:00 p.m. There will be tailgaiting during the late afternoon and evening. A tug of war  contest, human foosball, and nickel scramble will also be a part of the festivities. Teams for these events are being organized by calling the chamber or on the evening of RVTV. Last year, a huge crowd was on hand in the downtown area of Webster City to kick off the big football game. More information on this event can be found at the www.visitwebstercityiowa.com website.

 • Webster City Middle School beginning its magazine sale.

 Students at Webster City Middle School will again be selling magazine subscriptions,music and other items through next Tuesday,September 2. Both new and renewal  subscriptions may be ordered through the middle school students. Each student has the opportunity to earn individual prizes while contributing to the overall sales campaign. Additionally, a percentage of each sale stays with Webster City Middle School. Monies are earned for a variety of education activities including field trips, assembly presentations and student celebrations. If you have any questions or want a middle school student to stop by your house, you may call the Webster City Middle School at 515-832-9220.

 • Northeast Hamilton School Board to meet Thursday evening.

 A meeting of the Northeast Hamilton Community School Board will be held Thursday evening at 7:00 at the elementary media center. The board will be updated on work to the bus garage, set work sessions and meeting dates. There will be the appointment of a board secretary, desginate financial depositories and legal counsel, consider  a proposal for well abandonment and technology, get a professional development update and other matters.

 • Emerald Ash Borer discovered in Story County
 • Wright County GOP event draws a good crowd Friday evening.



Rest Of Tonight...Cloudy. Isolated thunderstorms after midnight. Scattered thunderstorms early in the morning. Some thunderstorms May produce heavy rainfall early in the morning. Low in the mid 60s. Southeast wind near 5 mph. Chance of thunderstorms 50 percent.
Thursday...Thunderstorms in the morning...Then thunderstorms likely in the afternoon. Some thunderstorms May produce heavy rainfall until late afternoon. High in the mid 70s. Southeast wind 5 to 10 mph. Chance of thunderstorms 90 percent.
Thursday Night...Thunderstorms likely until early morning...Then a chance of thunderstorms early in the morning. Low in the mid 60s. South wind 5 to 10 mph. Chance of thunderstorms 70 percent.

Iowa State News


    Lolo Jones may compete on ‘Dancing with the Stars’
    Reports are circulating that another Iowan will be a part of the television show “Dancing With The Stars.” According to E! News, Lolo Jones will be part of the ABC-TV show’s cast when the 19th season of Dancing With The Stars begins on September 15. The 32-year-old Jones, who grew up in Des Moines, has […]
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    Appeals Court rules gang references didn’t hinder Waterloo man’s case
    The Iowa Court of Appeals has upheld a northeast Iowa man’s murder conviction. Montez Caples of Waterloo admitted to luring 34-year-old Robert Shannon of Parkersburg into a car where he shot him in the back of the neck in 2011. He said he was forced to kill Shannon by another man. Caples was found guilty […]
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    Program uses mentors to teach intervention against sexual violence
    The Mentor in Violence Prevention program is teaching Iowa high school and college students how to prevent sexual assault. MVP coaches the students to intercede when they recognize signs of looming sexual violence. Iowa State University student Tucker Carrell participated in MVP while in high school and says sometimes it’s hard to speak up, but […]
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    Ex-State Senator admits he took $73,000 ‘under the table’ to work on 2012 presidential campaign
    A state senator who resigned after being accused of taking payments to work on a 2012 presidential campaign has pleaded guilty to taking $73,000 worth of what prosecutors call “under-the-table” money. The U.S. Department of Justice today announced 42-year-old Kent Sorenson of Milo has pled guilty to one count of obstruction of justice and one count of causing a presidential campaign […]
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    Northeast Iowa farmer will search for bride on ‘The Bachelor’
    A farmer from northeast Iowa will be the next star on the reality TV show “The Bachelor.” The announcement was made this morning on ABC’s Good Morning America. Thirty-two-year-old Chris Soules grew up on a family farm near Arlington in Fayette County and graduated from Iowa State University. He’s hoping to find his bride-to-be on […]
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