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A second early season snow hit the Day County area Oct. 22. The first snow hit Oct. 20, dropping at least six inches in Webster. The area was in a Winter Storm Watch Oct. 22 with a forecast of six to 10 inches of snow expected over the course of a few days. Here, Melanie Richardson shovels snow from the sidewalk in front of a Main Street business to stay ahead of the frozen substance.

In the eye of the beholder

Webster women talk about the gift of sight

November is Eye Donation Month, an annual event held to help raise awareness about cornea donation and transplantation. Last week, two Webster women who have both experienced a cornea transplant talked about their experiences and how being a recipient of their new organ has changed their lives.

The cornea is the transparent front part of the...

Sports

Averie Johnson works the back row and gets the bump against a Waverly-South Shore serve on Oct. 19 in Webster as teammate Emily Richie (17) watches on. Webster kept the ball alive and got back the serve but ended up coming up short as the Coyotes took the three game sweep. Johnson ended the night with 12 digs.

Webster goes 1-1 on the week

The Webster Area Bearcats took to the nets and downed Wilmot on Oct. 17 in a three game set and saw the tables turned two days later as they lost to Waverly-South Shore in three. The Cats earned the win against the Wolves 25-23, 25-13 and 25-12 and fell to the Coyotes 25-18, 25-19 and 25-21.

Wilmot

The Cats served up...