BISHOP HEELAN CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL HAS REACHED A MILESTONE FOR IT'S PLANNED NEW CAMPUS.
AS OF TODAY, 15-MILLION DOLLARS IN PLEDGES HAS BEEN COMMITTED TO THE NEW BUILDING....COMPLETING THE FIRST PHASE OF THE "HEELAN PRIDE" CAPITAL CAMPAIGN.
SIX-POINT THREE MILLION DOLLARS OF THAT AMOUNT HAS BEEN COLLECTED, BUT ANOTHER ONE-POINT-TWO MILLION MUST BE SECURED BEFORE THE REMAINING FINANCING MAY BE FINALIZED.
ONCE THAT HAPPENS, CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEW SCHOOL CAN BEGIN.
A BUSINESS SPECIALIZING IN ITEMS WITH A SIOUX CITY THEME HAS MOVED TO A NEW UPTOWN LOCATION.
SIOUX CITY GIFTS AND G.R. LINDBLADE'S STUDIO HAVE RECENTLY OPENED THEIR NEW STOREFRONT AT 1922 PIERCE STREET.
SPOKESPERSON CHRISTINE MCAVOY SAYS THERE'S AN EXPANDED MERCHANDISE LINE INCLUDING A NEW BOOK ON THE PAST SUMMER'S MISSOURI RIVER FLOODING:
MCAVOY SAYS A NEW BOOK THAT COMBINES OLD PHOTOS OF SIOUX CITY LOCATIONS WITH CURRENT PICTURES HAS ALSO JUST BEEN RELEASED:
SIOUX CITY GIFTS AND LINDBLADE'S STUDIOS ARE OPEN FROM 9AM UNTIL 6PM MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY.
A MAJOR GIFT FROM A WELL KNOWN SIOUXLAND FAMILY WILL HELP MAKE A NEW AG EVENTS CENTER AT THE WOODBURY COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS A REALITY.
ROGER AND JANE BOMGAARS HAVE MADE A FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLAR DONATION FOR NAMING RIGHTS TO THE WOODBURY COUNTY AG AND EXPO CENTER. TO BE BUILT IN MOVILLE.
ROGER BOMGAARS SAYS THEY WANTED TO PARTICIPATE IN A PROJECT THAT WOULD BENEFIT THE INDUSTRY THAT SUSTAINS OUR LOCAL ECONOMY:
THE ORIGINAL PLAN WAS FOR AN EQUESTRIAN CENTER, BUT DOUG HODGINS, THE DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR OF THE CENTER, SAYS IT WILL BE EXPANDED TO HOST MANY OTHER AG RELATED EVENTS:
HODGINS SAYS THE TOTAL COST OF THE PROJECT IS BETWEEN 6 AND 7 MILLION DOLLARS, AND THEY HOPE TO BREAK GROUND ON THE FACILITY WITHIN THE NEXT YEAR.
Three Iowans are facing child sexual exploitation and other charges in federal court.
Fifty-five-year-old Michael Malcom of Humboldt and Ashley Prince and Nikki Fawcett of Fort Dodge have been charged in an indictment unsealed this week in U.S. district court in Sioux City.
The indictment charges that Malcom, Prince, and Fawcett enticed one or more minors under the age of 18 to engage in sexually explicit conduct for the purpose of producing visual depictions.
The indictment alleges that Malcom and the 21-year-old Prince conspired to sexually exploit children.
It also alleges that Malcom and the 23-year-old Fawcett transported persons across a state line, including a person under 18, with the intent of engaging them in prostitution.
Malcom, Prince, and Fawcett appeared in court Monday and were released on bond.
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