Paper “donations” left sitting outside a full Webster paper trailer automatically become trash and extra work for volunteers. Once paper gets wet, it can no longer be recycled and must be thrown away. Volunteers are tasked with disposing of the now soaking wet garbage. The paper trailer has been full and the doors closed since mid-January and volunteers who run the program don’t know when Mason City Recycling will bring a new trailer. In the meantime, donations are not being taken and volunteers are asking people to not leave paper products on the ground or steps.

Paper trailer program not trash, paper stacked outside trailer becomes trash



Contrary to rumors, there are no plans to abandon the Webster paper trailer.

But people could do a little more to make it...

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Bearcats look to build on last year’s successful season on the link



Despite the weather not looking like golf season, Coach Brian Lux in his 18th year as head golf coach is looking forward to another year driving the Bearcats down the fairways.

The Cats last year had a great season for both the boys and girls who won the NEC ‘B” conference and placed second at regions allowing...

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