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September 18th & 19th

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

 • 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.

 Another meeting of the Webster City Community School Board will be Monday evening at 6:00 at the school administration building. There will be the election of a board president and vice president for the 2014-15 school year follow by the administration of the oath of office. Presentations will be made by the school principals. The Webster City school board will review the membership in the School Improvement Advisory Committee, consider the Fort Dodge Pride Contract and 28-E agreements, approve a Fixed Asset Disposal and District Developed Service Delivery Plan and a Modified Allowable Growth Request.A contract recommendation will be approved plus other matters. 

 • Hamilton County Conservation Board to discuss Gordon's Marsh Tuesday.

 A discussion on Gordon's Marsh will be one of the items for discussion when the Hamilton County Conservation Board meets Tuesday morning. There will be an update on the cabin energy audit and plans for the use of rural water at Briggs Woods Park. Concrete plans for the Briggs Woods Golf Course will be presented.The board will have a work session regarding a five year strategic plan for the park and recreation areas. Conservation director Brian Lammers will present his monthly report to the board. The meeting begins at 9:30 at the Briggs Woods Park conservation office south of Webster City.

 • Drug policy listening sessions coming to Hamilton County.
 • Angel Tree tag program has been cancelled by UDMO.

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Today...Mostly sunny. Areas of fog through mid morning. Visibility one quarter mile or less at Times through mid morning. High in the lower 70s. Southeast wind near 10 mph.
Tonight...Partly cloudy. Low in the mid 50s. Southeast wind 5 to 10 mph.
Friday...Partly sunny. A 30 percent chance of thunderstorms until late afternoon. Breezy. High in the lower 80s. South wind 10 to 20 mph with gusts to around 30 mph.

Iowa State News
 

  

    Disaster declaration issued for 4 counties following September 9th storm
    Governor Branstad today issued a disaster proclamation for four counties in response to severe weather on September 9th. The proclamation allows officials in Adair, Guthrie, Ringgold, and Warren County to use state resources to respond and recover from the effects of heavy rains brought on by the storm. The governor had issued a disaster proclamation […]
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    Iowa lineman looking for offensive consistency
    If the first two games were a warning sign than last week’s loss to Iowa State should be a wake up call according to senior offensive tackle Andrew Donnal. The Hawkeyes are averaging a paltry 131 yards on the ground so far and need to get it fixed as they prepare for a trip to […]
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    Luther football turns to the option and finds success
    There is still a place for option football and Aaron Hafner is proving that at Luther College. In his second year at the helm Hafner has led Luther to a 2-0 start, equaling last season’s win total and the Norse are averaging 348 yards of rushing in their “flexbone” attack. He says they use a […]
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    UNI volleyball celebrates 40 years
    It will be a big weekend for the UNI volleyball team. Not only will the Panthers open Missouri Valley Conference play but the program will be recognizing its 40th year of competition. UNI coach Bobbi Peterson says several former players will be returning for the events and there will be a lot of familiar faces. […]
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    World Food Prize president calls trip to Iran ‘unprecedented’
    The president of the Iowa-based World Food Prize has returned home from Iran. Kenneth Quinn was invited to Tehran to speak at a ceremony honoring Cresco, Iowa native Norman Borlaug, a Nobel Peace Prize winner who developed higher-yielding, drought-resistant varieties of wheat that are credited with saving billions of people from starvation. Quinn called his […]
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