ï»¿Farm bill meeting
A meeting on the agricultural Act of 2014 will be at the Galley Steakhouse, Webster Aug. 21, 10-11 a.m.
Restricted driving rules
Sheriff Barry Hillestad reminds parents of Day County children 14-16 years old holding restricted driving permits that they are for the specific purpose of driving between the hours of 6 a.m.-10 p.m. daily. The law prohibits joy riding and unnecessary driving.
Waubay Frontier Days
Waubay Frontier Days are Aug. 22-23 at the Waubay Arena on the southwest end of town. Jackpot team roping is Aug. 22, 6 p.m. Junior ranch rodeo is Aug. 23, 10 a.m. followed by mutton bustinâ€™ at 1 p.m. and a ranch rodeo at 5. Call Abby Jorgenson, 924-1647 for more information.
Supper and bingo night
Supper and bingo night is Aug. 22, with supper at 5 followed by bingo at Strand-Kjorsvig Living Center, Roslyn. RSVP by noon Aug. 22 to 486-4523.
Veterans office closed
Day County Veterans Service Office will be closed for annual training Aug. 25-28. If you need assistance or a ride on the DAV van call the office, 345-9512 and leave a message. Mike Wiley, Day County VSO will check messages and get back to you.
Alzheimer support group
Webster Area Alzheimer Support Group meets Aug. 18, 7 p.m. at Webster Area Development Building. Contact Jesse Gatzke, (605) 460-2475 or Leslie Smith (605) 397-2365 for more information.
Stop for buses
Webster City Police remind you that school begins Aug. 21. When you see any school bus, including the Head Start bus with its sign out or lights flashing you must stop. Stop for all pedestrians in crosswalks.
The reopening of the Webster City Library has been delayed one day. Due to unforseen circumstances with the new carpet project, the reopening has been postponed until Wednesday, Aug. 20 at 1 p.m.
Grow South Dakota has business loans. Call (605) 698-7654 for more information.
Benefit for Rebecca whitlock is Aug. 20, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at the American Legion Clubroom, Webster. The benefit will provide assistance with medical expenses.
Becky is the daughter of Dale and Cherrie Whitlock, Webster and was diagnosed with a lung and blood infection in early July. She was hospitalized for a month and will have several months of recuperation to regain her strength. She received her masterâ€™s degree this spring from SDSU and is scheduled to attend veterinary school in January.