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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

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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Webster sticks one of three in Wooden Bat Tourney

by Emre K. Erku

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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