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Reporter & Farmer photo by Amanda Fanger

During the early morning hours of April 15, a total lunar eclipse was visible over Webster. The skies were crystal clear for Tuesday morning’s viewing. The total eclipse lasted over an hour and, while in the earth’s shadow, the moon took on a reddish color which was the result of the moon’s face reflecting sunrises and sunsets from all over the globe. This was the first in a series of four eclipses to occur within a little over a year’s time. The next lunar eclipse to be visible from the Dakotas will be Oct. 7.

PACH program continues to fill void

by George Thompson

It’s been almost 18 months since the People Against Child Hunger (PACH) program was started in Webster and since then the volunteer organization has provided more than 750 weekend meals to students in the Webster School District and the Head Start program.
One of the founders,

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Webster track teams finish fifth at Estelline

by George Thompson

The Webster Area boys and girls track teams both finished fifth in the 16 and 14 team Sno Bird Invitational held April 10 in Estelline.
Canby, MN won the boys and girls titles with scores of 131 and 129. Webster boys racked up 68 points and the girls earned 54. “It was nice to get out ...

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