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Reporter & Farmer | Amanda Fanger
People pass in the background, checking out the sights and sounds, as Bethany Gregerson draws water from the well for Makayla Pies during the Walk Through Bethlehem event Dec. 4 at the Webster United Methodist Church. Over 300 people attended this year’s reenactment of the ancient city. This was the ninth year and proceeds from the freewill donations that were collected will go towards the PJ’s Packs program. For more photos, see page 6.

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After a storm comes a calm



Newly retired Day County emergency manager

Wes Williams confronts career



by Emre K. Erku
sports@reporterandfarmer.com

He left a life of death, natural disaster and burning buildings.

After almost 10 years of aiding the community through hardships, Day County Office of Emergency Management Director Wes Williams informed commissioners last month that..…

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SPORTS

Four first place Bearcat wrestlers at

Clark/Willow Lake WBC Invitational

by Emre K. Erku
sports@reporterandfarmer.com

Off to a good start.

The wrestling Bearcats of Webster Area christened the season with a good showing during the Clark/Willow Lake WBC invitational in Clark Dec. 3.

Of the Bearcats’ 13 competitors, 12 grappled their ways to......

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