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Reporter & Farmer file photo by Amanda Fanger
It’s the ending of an era for the Kat’s Place, Webster’s youth center which closed its doors for good last month. The building has been sold and funds from the sale will be donated to the Webster Centennial Foundation which benefits Webster youth.

Youth center uses all 9 lives

Kat’s Place closes, lasts longer than

naysayers thought it would

by Amanda Fanger

Just as a feline has nine lives, the Kat’s Place on Webster’s Main Street seems to have used up its last one, although it lasted much longer than its skeptics predicted.

Last month, the community youth center closed its doors for the last time. With lack of incoming funds and not enough volunteer help to go around, organizers say …

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State 9B champion Langford

has six All-Conference

by Emre K. Erku

For their efforts put forth during the 2015 football season, the South Dakota 9B state champion Langford Lions had six players named All-Conference and two honorable mentions for...

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Fiksdal Funeral Home

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