SIOUX CITY POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING AN ACCIDENT THAT LEFT THREE PEOPLE INJURED AT WEST 19TH AND HAMILTON WEDNESDAY MORNING.
WITNESSES SAY TWO CARS, A PICK UP TRUCK AND A BLAZER WERE INVOLVED IN THE CRASH THAT OCCURRED SHORTLY BEFORE 11AM AT THE BUSY INTERSECTION.
THE CAUSE OF THE ACCIDENT REMAINS UNDER INVESTIGATION.
THE HISTORY OF FLOOD CONTROL ALONG THE FLOYD RIVER IS THE TOPIC OF THE SIOUX CITY MUSEUM'S LATEST BROWN BAG LUNCH PROGRAM ON THURSDAY. THE MUSEUM'S MATT ANDERSON WILL LEAD THE TALK:
ANDERSON SAYS CONGRESSMAN CHARLES HOEVEN, WHO SERVED FROM THE 1940'S THROUGH MID 1960'S, WAS KEY IN MAKING THE FLOOD CONTROL PROJECT A REALITY:
THE PROGRAM BEGINS AT NOON THURSDAY AT THE PUBLIC MUSEUM LOCATED AT 4TH AND NEBRASKA.
SIOUX CITY RESIDENTS HAVE A NEW INCENTIVE TO TAKE PRIDE IN THEIR LAWN. THE CITY IS STARTING A YARD OF THE MONTH PROGRAM THAT WILL RUN THROUGH THE SUMMER.
EVENT CHAIRMAN JIM JUNG SAYS THE OBJECTIVE IS TO PROMOTE COMMUNITY PRIDE THROUGH BEAUTIFUL RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES:
EACH MONTHLY WINNER RECEIVES A PRIZE AND QUALIFIES FOR THE CITYWIDE TITLE:
A DIFFERENT AREA OF TOWN WILL BE JUDGED EACH MONTH, BEGINNING WITH THE WESTSIDE AND RIVERSIDE NEIGHBORHOODS IN MAY.
YOU CAN ENTER YOUR YARD BY GOING TO THE CITY'S WEBSITE AT www.sioux-city.org
Gov. Dave Heineman has signed a bill that will allow the state to proceed with its review of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline through Nebraska.
The Governor signed the measure Tuesday, declaring the review process a top priority for his state.The state review stopped in January, when President Barack Obama denied a permit for the project .
The bill will allow the Nebraska to proceed, regardless of what happens at the federal level. It will go into effect after midnight on Wednesday.
A spokesman for pipeline developer TransCanada says the company will submit a proposed new corridor through Nebraska very soon.
From the Associated Press
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