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Webster City and area servicemen honored at the Webster City High Veterans Day service on November 11.

 • Youth and Family Center hosts Friends Campaign Kickoff on December 1.

 The Youth and Family Center of Hamilton County invites everyone to the Building Brighter Futures for Youth and Families Appreciation and 2016 Friends Campaign Kickoff on Tuesday, December 1 in the Sampson Room of the Fuller Hall Recreation Center.The event will be from 5:00 until 6:30 p.m. with the program beginning at 5:30 p.m. There will be holiday treats, hot cider and coffee. There will be a presentation by the new CEO of the Youth and Shelter Services Andrew Allen. The ceremony will feature a Philanthropy Award to Dean and Adele Bowden, Staff Service Award to Cyndi O'Hara and Volunteer Service Awards to both Ron Birkestrand and Ginny Krieger.

 • No change in the Hamilton County unemployment rate.

 Officials with the Iowa Workforce Development Office announced Tuesday there has been no change in the Hamilton County unemployment rate for October. The rate last month was 3.8 percent which was the same figure in September. There were 7,060 people employed across Hamilton County in October while 280 people were without work. Iowa's unemployment rate for October was at 3.5 percent down from the September rate of 3.6 percent. The unemployment rates for surrounding counties for October were Boone County at 2.5 percent, Franklin at 2.8 percent, Hardin County at 3.5 percent, Story County at 2.1 percent, Webster County at 3.7 percent and Wright County at 3.3 percent.

 • Webster City Police news.

 Two Webster City residents are facing charges after an incident at 1515 Wall Street on November 15 with details released Tuesday morning. 26 year old Megan Farwell and 43 year old Bobby Joe Worthen were both charged with Disorderly Conduct by Webster City Police.

Webster City Police charged a 17 year old male juvenile with Fifth Degree Theft,Possession of Marijuana Second Offense and a Juvenile Pickup Order on November 16 after an incident at 1515 Wall Street.

 • Webster City Police Department begins B.L.U.E. program
 • Webster City Police release details of an accident Monday evening and one on Friday.



Tonight...Cloudy. A chance of light freezing rain and light rain through midnight...Then light freezing rain with light snow likely after midnight. Little or no snow accumulation. Ice accumulation of one tenth to two tenths of an inch. Low in the upper 20s. East wind 5 to 10 mph. Chance of precipitation 80 percent.
Monday...Freezing rain...Light snow and rain. Snow accumulation up to 3 inches. Ice accumulation of one tenth to two tenths of an inch. High in the mid 30s. East wind 10 to 15 mph. Chance of precipitation near 100 percent.
Monday Night...Cloudy. Light freezing rain...Light rain likely and a slight chance of light snow in the evening...Then light snow likely and a chance of light freezing rain before midnight. A chance of light snow after midnight. Snow accumulation up to 1 inch. Total snow accumulation up to 4 inches. Ice accumulation up to one tenth of an inch. Storm total ice accumulation of two tenths to one half of an inch. Low in the upper 20s. Southeast wind around 10 mph shifting to the southwest with gusts to around 25 mph after midnight. Chance of precipitation 70 percent.

Iowa State News



    Monday, November 30 is deadline for RFS decision
    The Obama Administration deadline for setting three years’ worth of renewable fuel quotas is Monday and the ethanol industry is fighting an air war to try to influence the decision. Tom Buis is the co-chair of Growth Energy, the lobbying arm for the ethanol industry. Buis says a new ethanol industry TV ad currently running in Iowa […]
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    Iowa hunters are urged to review safety rules in the next week
    The first of Iowa’s two shotgun deer hunting seasons starts one week from today and hunters may need to brush up on their safety skills in preparation. Megan Wisecup, the hunter education administrator with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, offers a few tips. “One of the main ones is just going back to the […]
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    Hawkeyes make it a Black and Gold Friday, beating Nebraska for 12-0 record
    The Iowa Hawkeyes defeated Nebraska 28-20 Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln to complete an undefeated season and the team’s first ever 12-0 record. It is the fifth time in school history the Hawkeyes have had an undefeated regular season, and the first time in the modern era. The other undefeated seasons came in 1899 […]
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    Rules approved for EpiPen use in schools
    The State Board of Education has approved the final draft of rules to allow schools to use a device that is expected to help save the lives of students or others who experience severe allergic reactions. Governor Terry Branstad signed a bill into law in April allowing schools to use what are called epinephrine auto-injectors […]
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    Northwest Iowa farm ground sells for $17,300 an acre
    Despite low agricultural commodity prices, Iowa farmland still seems to be in high demand — with buyers willing to pay near-record prices. At a Sioux County land auction held two weeks ago near Hospers, a tract of 154 acres sold for $17,300 an acre. Jim Klein of Remsen was the auctioneer for that sale. “I […]
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Sip and Stroll // 12/11/2015
St. Thomas Religious Ed
classes 7th & 8th graders
enjoyed playing Bingo with
residents of Southfield.
KQWC's Sales Manager,
Natalie Stark's dog,
celebrating Veteran's Day.
 Double Rainbow spotted
at KQWC on Veteran's Day!