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Reporter & Farmer photo by Amanda Fanger
BUSINESS SIGNS DAMAGED BY HAIL, HIGH WINDS: Damage was received to the A&W sign at the intersection of Hwy. 12 and 25 in Webster when a severe thunderstorm swept through the area during the early morning hours of June 22. A few other businesses throughout town were also damaged and branches from several trees were broken off. Reports from gardeners throughout the area say their produce was hard-hit by the storm.

Storm’s damage is ‘nothing like in 2008’

by Amanda Fanger
reporter@reporterandfarmer.com

Last Monday morning, as high winds, rain and hail pummeled the area, many temporarily thought they were having a flashback to another historic damaging storm struck Day County.

“I just thought it was 2008 all over again,” said Benita Baus who watched a tree fall in her yard sometime around 2 a.m. June 22, blown over by strong winds. The Webster business owner later discovered …

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SPORTS

Webster sticks one of three in Wooden Bat Tourney

by Emre K. Erku
sports@reporterandfarmer.com

One win. One tie. One loss.

Like lyrics to a love song, Webster’s VFW varsity ball team found a bed of roses in an otherwise foul stained series as they demolished Renner 15-1, tied Milbank 4-4 and lost to Canova 4-7 during the Wooden Bat Tournament held June 20-21 at Bob Wiley Field.

Switching from aluminum to lumber, Webster did all they could to ...

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