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Top Stories of 2020

It’s no secret that most of 2020 wasn’t so great, but there were plenty of Webster County blogs that were! Keep reading to see what blogs our fans enjoyed the most as they social distanced, and don’t forget to add your favorites to your 2021 bucket list!

1. 4 WAYS TO EXPERIENCE FALL IN WEBSTER COUNTY
From the lush forests and flourishing flowers, to the snow-covered hills and dazzling foliage, every year Webster County showcases the beauty of all four seasons. But there is one season in particular that will never cease to amaze visitors and residents alike; you guessed it, fall.

Read more at >> http://bit.ly/FallInWebsterCounty


2. WEBSTER COUNTY WATERFALLS

Many come to the area for a weekend of seclusion, to catch some trout in the Williams River or to grab a photo of one of the county’s many waterfalls. Webster County has some of the state’s best kept waterfalls that are off-the-beaten path while some of the falls are just a short walk.

Read more at >> http://bit.ly/WebsterCountyWaterfalls


3. THE 2020 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE

2020 didn’t come with a guide for how to navigate through all of the uncertainty, but luckily, we’ve got one for your holiday shopping needs! Find out what is being offered in your Webster County towns by the local businesses who are keeping their doors open and their door handles sanitized.

Read more at >> http://bit.ly/2020WebsterGiftGuide

When you aren’t shopping till you drop or taking the path less traveled to a tucked away waterfall, there are many reasons to “fall” in love with Webster County. We hope you find an adventure in all four seasons!