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

 • November weather in review.

 Weather records for November in Webster City showed the past month was one of above normal temperatures and precipitation. The average high for the month was 50 degrees and the average low was 30. Normal high is 37 degrees. The warmest day for the month was on November 2 when the temperature hit 72 degrees and the lowest temperature was 3 degrees on November 22. As for precipitation, Webster City received 2.91 inches of rain or moisture content and six inches of snow recorded on November 20. Normal precipitation for November is 1.71 inches of rainfall and 2.5 inches of snow.

The National Weather Service outlook for December in Iowa indicates that we could be in for a month of above normal temperatures and equal chances for precipitation. Last December in Webster City,the average high was 32 degrees and the average low was at 20 degrees. There was two and a half inches of snow last December with 1.38 inches of it in the form of rain or melted precipitation. KQWC Radio is the official observer for the National Weather Service in Webster City.

 • All Cultures Equal and WCF Financial Bank teaming up for a money talk program Wednesday.

 All Cultures Equal (ACE) and WCF Financial Bank will be co-sponsoring a program Wednesday evening at the All Cultures Equal building at 1440 East Second Street focusing on how the economy can be a factor for families in the community. The program is entitled "Connecting and Communicationg to Build Community Capacity". It will be held from 5:30 until 7:00 p.m. This meeting is open to all financial institutions, insurance agents, realtors and financial advisors with students from the A.C.E. ESL (English as a Second Language) classes participating in the discussion on things to know when it comes to their money, insurance needs, investments and more. This meeting is the first of six such meetings sponsored by A.C.E. Other meetings will focus on retailing, industry, health care, and education. For more information about this meeting please call the A.C.E. office at 515-832-4153 or WCF Financial Bank at 832-3071.

 • Community Christmas Dinner planning meeting is set for Thursday evening at Asbury.

 A planning meeting for the annual Webster City Community Christmas Dinner is set for this Thursday evening at 6:30 at Asbury United Methodist Church at Bank and Des Moines Streets. This is meeting is to open to ALL wishing to volunteer as cooks, drivers, waiters and waitresses, greeters, coat check and cleanup. Your help would be greatly appreciated for those wanting to volunteer at this Christmas night event that has been held for nearly 40 years. One of the main organizers of this dinner for many years,Myra Maxon,died earlier this year. This year's dinner will be in memory of her and her years of voluntary service in the community.

 • Fort Dodge Police investigating fire damage to a mobile speedcar.
 • Wright County Supervisors to meet Monday morning



Rest Of Today...Cloudy. Occasional very light snow before noon... Then scattered light snow showers in the afternoon. High in the lower 30s. Southwest wind 10 to 15 mph with gusts to around 25 mph. Chance of snow 50 percent.
Tonight...Cloudy with a 40 percent chance of light snow. Low in the upper 20s. West wind 10 to 15 mph.
Wednesday...Cloudy until late afternoon then becoming partly sunny. Scattered flurries. High in the mid 30s. Northwest wind 10 to 15 mph.

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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!