Storm Lake Officers were once again called to one of the schools and have arrested another juvenile on serious charges. The Storm Lake Police Department reports they were called to the elementary school at approximately 3 p.m.
The Iowa State Patrol is issuing a cautionary warning to residents as the weather turns colder. This time of year, many people start their cars and allow them to run and warm up before getting in and
Mini-grants for the integration of agriculture into the classroom are available to area educators. The Iowa Agriculture Literacy Foundation (IALF) teacher supplement grants are made possible through a partnership with the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation and are
Gov. Kim Reynolds has ordered all flags in Iowa be lowered to half-staff from sunrise to sunset today (Friday), Nov. 22 to mark the burial of a U.S. Marine killed during World War II. Pvt. Channing R.
The entire family is invited to a Thanksgiving experience at Hagge Park in Sac City next week. Sac County Conservation will be hosting a Turkey Takeover on Tuesday, Nov. 26 at 6 p.m. There will be a
A report released this week by the Labor Market Information Division of Iowa Workforce Development (IWD) shows unemployment rates for October in the region remained well below state and national levels. Carroll, Greene and Sac Counties were
Two more Storm Lake juveniles have been arrested as a result of an investigation into the distribution of obscene photographs through social media. The Storm Lake Police Department reports that on Wednesday a 13-year-old female and an
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) reports they will begin an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) process to address liquid propane shortages in Iowa and other Midwestern states after receiving requests from Senators Chuck Grassley and Joni Ernst
The Iowa Legislature will convene for the 2020 session on Monday, Jan. 13, and State Representative for the 12th District, Brian Best, has announced House Speaker, Pat Grassley, has selected him to chair a policy committee. Best