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Reporter & Farmer photos by Amanda Fanger
Sights, sounds, smells, feels of Bethlehem: Julianna Kosel, 11 of Groton pets Fiona the donkey at the Walk Thru Bethlehem City at the Webster United Methodist Church Dec. 7. Fiona was stationed nearby the manger scene and her presence added to the realism of the event. New this year, chickens were allowed to roam freely among the visitors. Organizer Judy Pesall said it was a near record breaking day as about 570 people came to the event. Pesall says there were over 100 volunteers behind the event which took over a week to prepare for. Upwards of 50-plus actors spent the afternoon bringing the sights and sounds of Bethlehem City to life. The church provided refreshments for guests afterwards. See more photos in this week's edition of the Reporter & Farmer.


Fundraising for new potential athletic complex sporting well

by Emre K. Erku

Although the decision to green light construction for Webster’s new athletic complex project is scheduled for Monday’s school board meeting at 7 p.m., the Webster Area Sporting Complex Organization has already welcomed more than $300,000 in committed donations from around the community.

“People have been really receptive to it,” said Jerry Somsen, organization member. “The vast majority

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Webster wrestlers grapple for first at Clark/Willow Lake

by Emre K. Erku

For their first contest of the season, Webster wrest-lers placed first in a pool of eight teams at the Cla-rk/Willow Lake Invite Dec. 6. The Bearcats proved 15 points better than runner-up C/WL’s 138 points.

The Cats had four wrestlers placing ...

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