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Fall harvest work on October 12 near Duncombe.

 • Fort Dodge Police apprehend 15 year old in Saturday morning incident at Snell Crawford Park

 Fort Dodge Police arrested a 15 year old male juvenile Saturday morning after an incident at Snell Crawford Park. A woman was stabbed while running on the trail in the park. Officers made contact with the victim on the trail about a mile east of the park. The victim received non life threatening injuries to her neck and arm. She was transported to Unity Point Medical Center for treatment. The youth matching the description given by the victim and other witnesses at the scene was identified and apprehended nearby. Information obtained during the investigation has led officers to believe the incident was related to an abduction attempt on the Snell Crawford Trail last August. The juvenile has been charged with Attempted Murder and Going Armed with Intent in relation to Saturday's incident. The juvenile has also been charged with Assault with a Dangerous Weapon in relation to the incident last August 4 at Snell Crawford Trail. He is being held in a juvenile detention center to wait for his initial court appearance. The identity of the youth is not being released due to his age.

 • Hamilton County Conservation Board to meet next Thursday.

 The next meeting of the Hamilton County Conservation Board will be Thursday,October 23 at 9:00 at the Briggs Woods Golf Course Clubhouse south of Webster City. The board will get an update on the JewEllsworth Trail project and the Little Wall Lake Aerator. There will be a look a farm contracts with Natural Resources and plans for a concrete trail at the Briggs Woods Golf Course. Conservation director Brian Lammers will share an update on current activities in the park and recreation areas of Hamilton County.

 • Webster City City Council to meet Monday afternoon.

 Another meeting of the Webster City City Council will be Monday at 5:15 p.m. in the council chambers. The council will make an appointment to the Civil Service Commission for the unexpired term ending April,2016. A motion from HERO (Help Entertain and Restore Organization) to consider the request to remove a city street fixture will be considered. The council will consider a proposal from Bolton and Menk,Incorporated for engineering services in connection with the raw water line project. In other matters, the Webster City City Council  on Monday will consider a request to obtain bids for improvements to be made to the furnace and central air unit at the local water plant. An agreement with Robb's Tree and Stump Service of Story City for the 2014-15 tree trimming and removal service in the city will be discussed. Four public hearings for November 3 will be set. The hearings include the rezoning of property from Light Industrial to Heavy Industrial  on Des Moines Street,the proposed use of  the property at 401 Des Moines Street and 1700 Second Street and the proposed sale of city owned property located in the West New Castle Addition on Seneca Street. After the completion of the meeting, the council will have a work session on smart meters. The Webster City City Council meeting will be telecast on cable channel 12 at 5:15 on Monday.

 • Webster City Hotel Motel Tax Grants applications will be available October 24.
 • Ladies Night Out tonight in Webster City.

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