- Feenstra reps to be in Sheldon Oct. 27
- Grassley reps to be in Sibley on Oct. 27
- Blood drive to be Oct. 28 in Orange City
- Ernst reps to be in Primghar on Oct. 28
- Sioux Center library Harry Potter Party
- Black Caucus online forum on Oct. 28
- COVID vaccine offered Oct. 29 in Sibley
- Habitat accepting applications for homes
- Teen hurt in crash west of Rock Valley
- Hull woman cited for damaging television
- Woman cited for damaging door in Sibley
- Man arrested for assaulting girlfriend
- Man charged for threatening mom with gun
- Orange City man jailed for OWI and more
- Rock Valley woman arrested on OWI charge
- Hull man injured in crash west of Inwood
You might be surprised to learn that the upcoming city-school election may have a bigger impact on your daily life than who is elected president, senator or governor.
Some of you who watched the NBC’s Today show or KTIV-TV’s evening news last week might have seen the “Mr. Smith goes to Storm Lake” segment. It is a new weekly feature hosted by Harry Smith.
Adapting to changing conditions
It’s a time of celebration and dread, a toast to the living and a day for the dead.