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When Melanie Loggins spelled out parameters for a mural to be painted in the main lobby of Wayne's Majestic Theatre, she left it pretty wide... [Read More]
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A South Sioux City woman charged with keeping her four young children in a dirty home was bound over to district court Monday after waiving... [Read More]
A federal jury has awarded more than $4.5 million to a retired Akron, Iowa, businessman who had sued a Minnesota-based bank for fraud in an... [Read More]
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After more than seven decades of being in Sioux City, it appears Younkers department store will likely close its doors for good this summer. [Read More]
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Jordan Petersen and Chelsea Musgjerd weren't thinking about snow when they chose an April 14 wedding date at The Grainery Lodge near Cherokee. [Read More]
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Long before Children's Therapy Works opened its doors in 1998, Shelley Margow could sense when a child's brain wasn't properly integrating the onslaught of information... [Read More]
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With the snow from last Saturday's snowstorm finally melting away, another system is coming to Siouxland, bringing with it another blast of snowflakes. [Read More]
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Over the fall and winter, debris probably built up in your gutters. With the increased spring showers, leaves, sticks, and grime can act as a... [Read More]
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I believe the City Council is on the right track with kick-starting the downtown business area for the city. One major concern I and many... [Read More]
70, died Sunday, April 15, 2018. [Read More]
It might be Providential that Pope Francis chose to make news last week in two ways. First, he did something that comes very hard to... [Read More]
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The weather we have been having will challenge your belief in global warming. [Read More]
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Jeremy Taylor has been recommending that Woodbury County leave the Sioux Rivers mental health compact and join the Rolling Hills group. His dissatisfaction with Sioux... [Read More]
While teachers in many states are striking to have some voice in their future, some are wondering why Sioux City teachers don't take the cue... [Read More]
Over the last 15 years, gravel prices have doubled while tonnage sourced for our roads driven by rural residents has remained relatively stable. This presents... [Read More]
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Anyone with information can call the Northern Iowa Task Force at 712-252-0211; email siouxlands.mostwanted@usdoj.gov or text the keyword TEN99 and the tip to tip411 (877411). [Read More]
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After falling behind 3-0 at halftime, Sergeant Bluff-Luton had a spirited comeback that fell just short, 4-2, to Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln on Monday. [Read More]
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Trailing 4-0 going to the sixth inning, Northwestern scored five runs to win the first game of a GPAC doubleheader 5-4 over Mount Marty on... [Read More]
The long winter of 2018 has forced the city of Sioux City to overspend its snow removal budget for the first time in seven years. [Read More]
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All the years I've been writing about sports, nothing rivals my ongoing appreciation for historical perspectives. [Read More]
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