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Webster City Legion member Dean Block is the featured speaker at Tuesday's Veterans Day service at the Middle School.

 • Webster City Community School Board to meet Monday evening.

 Another meeting of the Webster City Community School Board will be Monday evening at 6:00 p.m. at the school administration building on Beach Street. The board will watch one of the highlights of the high school fall production "Peter Pan", consider the intent to bargain with the Webster City Educational Services Association for a new contract, review the music trip presentation to St. Louis this spring and consider a fund raising request. In other matters, the Webster City school board will consider a modified allowable growth request, review the textbook inventory, look at mental health services and consider authorizing a resolution of disclosure activities and participate in the municipalities continuing disclosure cooperative initiative plus other matters. There will be a work session following Monday's school board meeting to complete the Iowa Association of School Boards survey.No action will be taken at this session.

 • Webster City Airport Commission to meet Tuesday afternoon.

 The November meeting of the Webster City Airport Commission will be Tuesday afternoon at 5:00 in the city hall council chambers. The agenda includes approving the chairperson and airport manager signing a claim for a reimbursement ,statement of completion and the final acceptance of the crack sealing project to the Iowa Department of Transportation. The airport commission will consider approving the five year Airport Capital Improvement Program for the 2016 fiscal year to the Iowa Department of Transportation. In other matters, the Webster City airport commission consider a three year fixed based operator's lease agreement with Storm Flying Service, Incorporated and for an airport management agreement with Storm Flying Service plus other matters.

 • Brief agenda faces Webster City Parks and Recreation Commission.

 A brief agenda faced the Webster City Parks and Recreation Commission at their meeting Thursday afternoon. Director Kent Harfst informed the commission members that 25 vendors have registered for the January 17 Fuller Hall Health Fair. There is no cost for the vendors and no cost for the public to attend. The fair will feature demonstrations and booths on health and fitness from area businesses and organizations.The commission looked into the including of students with the parks and recreation commission. Rather than trying to coordinate students attending commission meetings, Director Harfst will visit with Patsy Brock's Project Explore and Project Business Classes at the Webster City Middle School to find out what new things students would like to be offered. This was the last meeting of the year for the commission with the next scheduled meet set for January 15,2015.

 • Hamilton County Conservation Board looks at strategic planning for the future
 • Northeast Hamilton School Board announce plans for the final high school commencement ceremony.



Tonight...Cloudy. Patchy fog through midnight. Areas of fog after midnight. A chance of drizzle and light rain before midnight. Light rain likely after midnight. Not as cool. Low in the mid 40s. South wind 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 60 percent.
Sunday...Cloudy. A chance of light rain and drizzle in the morning...Then light rain and drizzle likely early in the afternoon. A chance of light rain late in the afternoon. High around 50. South wind 5 to 10 mph shifting to the northwest 10 to 15 mph with gusts to around 25 mph in the afternoon. Chance of rain 70 percent.
Sunday Night...Cloudy. A slight chance of light rain and light snow through midnight...Then a chance of light snow after midnight. Breezy. Much colder. Low in the lower 20s. Northwest wind 15 to 25 mph. Chance of precipitation 40 percent.

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    Ethanol backers pleased with EPA pull back on renewable fuel standard
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    Freezing rain to hit parts of state before warm up
    A freezing rain advisory is posted for nearly all of central and eastern Iowa tonight into tomorrow. Craig Cogill is a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. “Primarily, along and east of Interstate 35 is the best threat for seeing this freezing precipitation overnight. There’s much less of a threat as you head further west […]
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    Update: teens charged in threats at SE Polk High School
    Three teenagers are now charged in connection with posts to a social media app that threatened violent acts at Southeast Polk High School in the Des Moines suburb of Pleasant Hill. The names of the teens are not being released, but authorities say they are two 16-year-old boys and a 13-year-old boy. The charges include […]
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    Iowan recognized by Google doodle
    The popular search engine Google featured the artwork of an Iowa native Thursday on its main page as a “doodle” on what would have been Corita Kent’s 96th birthday. Kent grew up in Fort Dodge and became a nun, eventually moving to California where she gained fame for her painting and silkscreens while she taught […]
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