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  • CITY WATERLINE INSURANCE RATES FOR RESIDENTSHomeServe USA has announced the details of its new water and sewer line protection agreement with City of Sioux City. Sioux City homeowners may now obtain this optional protection against the [...]
  • LOCAL FEDERAL JURY RULES IN ETHANOL DEVELOPMENT CASEA federal jury in Sioux City has ordered a wealthy Irish investor to pay $2 million in damages to an Iowa doctor in a dispute over an ethanol development in [...]
  • PART OF COURT STREET TO CLOSE FOR PAVINGCourt Street will be closed Sunday north of Gordon Drive to allow placement of pavement from the Gordon Drive viaduct west to Court Street. The closure will last from approximately 8 [...]

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ROGERS HEARING POSTPONED AGAIN

ROGERS HEARING POSTPONED AGAIN

A judge has again delayed the sentencing of a former South Sioux City woman who [...]

LITTLE SIOUX HABITAT MEETING

LITTLE SIOUX HABITAT MEETING

A MEETING ON THE LITTLE SIOUX BEND WATER HABITAT PROJECT IS SET FOR TONIGHT (THURSDAY) [...]

GORDON DRIVE ADVISORY

GORDON DRIVE ADVISORY

THE WEATHER'S GETTING WARMER, SO ROAD CONSTRUCTION SEASON WILL SOON BE HERE. STARTING THURSDAY THERE [...]

NORTH LOSES TO CEDAR FALLS AT STATE

NORTH LOSES TO CEDAR FALLS AT STATE

SIOUX CITY NORTH LOST THEIR OPENING ROUND GAME AT THE IOWA BOYS STATE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT [...]

KING SPARS WITH VILSACK OVER AG CUTS

KING SPARS WITH VILSACK OVER AG CUTS

Iowa Fourth District Congressman Steve King and Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack sparred over proposed [...]

IOWA PIANO COMPETITION SET FOR ORPHEUM

IOWA PIANO COMPETITION SET FOR ORPHEUM

SOME OF THE FINEST YOUNG PIANISTS IN THE WORLD ARE ARRIVING IN SIOUX CITY FOR [...]

2011 FLOOD VICTIMS PLAN TO SUE THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

2011 FLOOD VICTIMS PLAN TO SUE THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT

Some landowners inundated by Missouri River flooding in 2011 are preparing to sue the federal [...]

COUNTY SUPERVISORS DISCUSS REDUCING POLLING PLACES

COUNTY SUPERVISORS DISCUSS REDUCING POLLING PLACES

A WOODBURY COUNTY SUPERVISOR IS EXPRESSING CONCERN ABOUT A PROPOSAL TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF [...]

NAIA WOMEN HELP SPECIAL OLYMPIANS

NAIA WOMEN HELP SPECIAL OLYMPIANS

THE NAIA WOMEN'S DIVISION TWO BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT IS TAKING PLACE AT THE TYSON EVENTS CENTER [...]

ANTI-CYBERBULLYING BILL ADVANCES

ANTI-CYBERBULLYING BILL ADVANCES

Lawmakers in the Iowa House are pushing forward anti-bullying legislation backed by Governor Terry Branstad. [...]