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Reporter & Farmer photo by Emre K. Erku
Before spring blossoms bright, the city of Webster provides an annual citywide cleanup service to its citizens in an effort to make the town clean and enjoyable. Residents place their unwanted items on the street curb and the city does the rest. Pictured here, Chad Goehring gets ready to position an old dryer to picked up by the loader operated by Danny Kirchmeier on a dreary afternoon April 25. See page –– for more pictures.


Webster building code enforecement

issues still lingering

by Amanda Fanger

Some might say it was right for Webster officials to hire veteran building code enforcer Mike Olson at $45 an hour.

Others, not so much.…

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Bearcats shave chicken fat

in Groton and Watertown

by Emre K. Erku

Edging closer to midseason and Webster’s Bearcat varsity tracksters continue to subtract seconds and add feet.

Webster’s male relay teams have especially taken the spotlight thus far, churning six top honors over the last two weeks. Half of those honors were claimed...

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Fiksdal Funeral Home

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