The annual Bishop’s Dinner for Catholic Schools raised more than $95,000, $17,000 of that in ticket sales. Those proceeds were scheduled to be distributed at Briar Cliff University in Sioux City today (Thursday) to the 16 Catholic
Authorities Forced To Bring In Bomb Squad, Block Traffic And Make Evacuations For Another Suspicious Package
Storm Lake authorities once again cordoned off a street and evacuated several businesses when a suspicious package was reported near a fuel pump. The Storm Lake Police, Fire and Street Departments, Buena Vista County Emergency Medical Services,
Public Safety Director with the Storm Lake Police Department says, they believe the quick thinking response of an officer on their force averted another tragedy on the unpredictable ice of the community’s lake. At approximately 1:57 this
Gov. Kim Reynolds and U.S. Senator, Chuck Grassley, have weighed in after President Donald Trump’s more than 80-minute State of the Union Address Tuesday night. Reynolds says she was pleased to hear the president discuss the importance
The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) reports levels of norovirus activity across the state are higher than expected. So far this winter, the IDPH, the State Hygienic Laboratory (SHL) and Department of Inspections and Appeals (DIA)
A couple of local stories polarized our social media feeds last week, News director Chantelle Grove, recaps those and gives a brief preview of some things to come yet this week.
Senator Joni Ernst has targeted pampered cats for her latest Squeal Award, which brings to light examples of governmental waste or inefficiencies. She says that a whopping $1.3 million of taxpayer money has been spent on 10
We were finally able to crawl out of the cellar as far as temperatures were concerned, but there were many other stories that dominated the headlines over the last week.
2020 Presidential Candidate, John Delaney, Shares His Views On Healthcare, Economic Opportunity And Abortion
Pictured: Delaney (left) speaks with constituents during a campaign stop in Denison earlier this week. Delaney posted the photo to Twitter on Thursday. John Delaney, the first Democrat to declare his candidacy for the 2020 presidential election,
Once the Polar Vortex moves out of our area, many people may be looking for a way to get out into the relatively balmy temperatures predicted for this weekend. Anglers will be happy to learn that Ada