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Pack 583 from Webster City enjoyed a tour of KQWC with Woody

 • Hamilton County Conservation Board meeting set for Tuesday morning.

 An update on the Briggs Woods Golf Course Club House will be presented at Tuesday morning's meeting of the Hamilton County Conservation Board at the Briggs Woods Park Conservation Building. The board will also watch a presentation by Scott Griffin of G6 Power Solutions in Jewell. A discussion of the 2016 fiscal year budget will also be on the agenda. There will be a look at strategic planning and infrastructure projects for the county parks and recreation areas. Director Brian Lammers will present his report to the board. Meeting time is 9:30 Tuesday.

 • Webster City 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 administration building. The board will receive the initial proposal from the Webster City Educational Service Association for its new contract for the 2015-16 school year. The school board will come back with the counter proposal to the association. A vocation education presentation will be a part of this meeting. The board will discuss the 2015-16 school calendar. There will also be a look at taxable valuations for the 2016 fiscal year. In other matters, the Webster City school board will consider a fund raising request, review a service contract with Johnston Controls and a special education contract. A second reading of immunization polices will be read. The school board will review the informal board meeting with Northeast Hamilton and Stratford held last Wednesday. Donations to the Enhance Hamilton County Foundation will be discussed. A work session will be  held at the conclusion of Monday's meeting. The session will be an update on the district's grading and assessment policy.

 • Knierim woman killed in Thursday motor vehicle accident in Calhoun County

 A 90 year old Knierim motorist was killed in a two vehicle accident in rural Calhoun County Thursday afternoon. The Iowa State Patrol identified the victim as Cleo Ballstadt. Reportedly a northbound 2007 Chevrolet Trailblazer driven by Ballstadt  was stopped at the stop sign at the junction of U.S Highway 20 and Calhoun County Road N-65 east of Rockwell City. The Ballstadt SUV entered the intersection into the path of an eastbound 2007 Peterbilt semi driven by William Cullen of Fonda. The semi struck the SUV in the driver's door. The impact sent the semi into the median and westbound lanes of traffic landing into the north ditch and ending up in a farm field. Ballstadt was pronounced dead at the accident scene. Cullen escaped injury. The accident remains under investigation.

 • Stratford School Board prepare for Iowa Assessments in February
 • Webster City City Council look at Capital Improvement plans.



Rest Of Tonight...Light rain and light snow. Little or no snow accumulation. Low in the lower 30s. North wind 5 to 15 mph with gusts to around 25 mph. Chance of precipitation 90 percent.
Sunday...Cloudy...Breezy...Colder. Light snow with light rain likely through mid morning...Then a chance of light snow before noon. A slight chance of light snow early in the afternoon. Snow accumulation up to 1 inch. High in the lower 30s. North wind 15 to 20 mph with gusts to around 30 mph. Chance of precipitation 90 percent.
Sunday Night...Mostly cloudy. Low in the lower 20s. North wind 5 to 10 mph shifting to the south 5 to 15 mph after midnight.

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Time for a playing in the snow selfie with
Natalie, Rhonda, Mary and Myra. 

Chuck Long former IA Hawkeye quarterback
made a visit to KQWC...We had to get a 
picture with him and signed autographs! 

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