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The marquee to the Webster Theater in downtown Webster City is lit for the first time on Monday,September 8!

 • Anderson, Pruismann elected as NEH school board president and vice president.


Roxanne Anderson and Marlin Pruismann (left and right) were sworn in Thursday night as president and vice president of the Northeast Hamilton Community School Board for the 2014-15 school year.  School secretary Kathy Biere performed the swearing in ceremony. In another matter John Seiser submitted his resignation as high school varsity boys basketball coach.Jerry Klaver was named to be Seiser's replacement.

 • Webster City Airport Commission to meet Tuesday afternoon.

 The September meeting of the Webster City Airport Commission will be Tuesday afternoon at 5:00 p.m. in the Webster City city council chambers.Commission members will take a look at upcoming airport projects. A motion on the 2015-16 Budget and Capital Improvement Plan will be looked at. A report on contracts will be presented to the commission plus other matters.

 • North Central Correctional Facility investigation

 The Iowa Department of Public Safety’s Division of Narcotics Enforcement and Division of Criminal Investigation are investigating approximately 300-400 unknown capsules discovered at the North Central Correctional Facility in Rockwell City, Iowa.

The capsules were found during searches at the correctional facility.

The capsules will be sent to the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation’s Criminalistics Laboratory in Ankeny for processing and analysis.  Test results will take several weeks to complete. 

 • Webster City Community School Board to meet Monday evening.
 • Hamilton County Conservation Board to discuss Gordon's Marsh Tuesday.



Early This Morning...Numerous thunderstorms. Warmer. Southwest wind 5 to 10 mph. Chance of thunderstorms 70 percent.
Today...Cloudy with scattered thunderstorms through mid morning... Then partly sunny with isolated thunderstorms before noon. Mostly sunny in the afternoon. High in the lower 80s. West wind 5 to 15 mph. Chance of thunderstorms 50 percent.
Tonight...Mostly clear. Cooler. Low in the lower 50s. Northwest wind 5 to 15 mph.

Iowa State News


    Wartburg moves up in the football rankings
    The Wartburg College football team has its highest ranking in almost six years as they host Wisconsin-Stout this weekend. The Knights are rated ninth by D3football.com after beating a highly-rated Bethel team last week. The last time Wartburg cracked the top 10 was in the final poll of the 2008 season. Wartburg head coach Rick […]
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    Ackely and AGWSR part of big night of high school football
    A major piece of the title puzzle in Class A District 4 could go into place tonight in Ackley. The third-ranked AGWSR Cougars are 3-0 on the year and opened the district schedule last week with a 46-21 win over Grundy Center. Head coach Skip Eckhardt says fundamentals will be the key to a win […]
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    Ethanol plant managers return from trip to U.S. capital
    The leaders of four of Iowa’s ethanol plants have returned home from a trip to Washington, D.C. this week. Kelly Hanson, general manager of the Hanlontown POET Biorefinery facility, says they met with a host of policy makers in hopes of rejecting the EPA’s proposal to lower the Renewable Fuels Standard (RFS). The group also […]
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    Rail interchange in Sioux City targeted by South Dakota board
    South Dakota’s Rail Board approved a $450 million rail plan at its meeting this week and the top priority on the list is in Iowa. Board chairman Todd Yeaton says the rail interchange in Sioux City needs a major upgrade. “What’s important about Sioux City is, especially with the state-owned rail, the lack of ability […]
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    Centerville nurse sentenced to prison in health care scam
    A Centerville woman will serve time in prison and have to pay back thousands of dollars in a health care fraud scheme. Forty-seven-year-old Angela Shae Ellison, the former owner of the Cornerstone Counseling Center pled guilty to issuing more than $6,000 inĀ fake claims to insurance providers using the names and identification numbers of various doctors […]
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