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(SB) - The Mid America Museum of Aviation & Transportation (2600 Expedition Court, Sioux City, IA), recently received a commemorative display that features a collection of helmets of both allies …

(SBA) - The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) have detected a case of …

(SBA) - Sioux City Food Truck Fridays, a tasty summer tradition, is back for its 9th season starting Friday, June 7th. Food truck enthusiasts and regional foodies can look forward to a delicious …

Fawning season traditionally begins during the last week of May, peaks in the first couple of weeks of June, before gradually tapering off. And that means deer are on the move. Does are …

     (SB) - On May 27, 2024, in a touching homage to the valiant individuals who sacrificed their lives for our country, the American Legion Post 662 held a Memorial Day Service at the …

     (SB) - In a spectacular display of patriotism and unity, the streets of Sergeant Bluff and South Sioux City roared with the sound of about 300 motorcycles participating in the …

     (SB) - The countdown has begun for the much-anticipated General Primary Election scheduled for June 4th, 20241. The Woodbury County Elections Office is gearing up to ensure a …

SIOUX CITY – Missouri River Historical Development (MRHD) awarded $600,000 to 33 local organizations during an awards ceremony today for its annual Target Grant program. Roughly 100 people …

     (SB) – It turned out to be a beautiful NW Iowa day with temperatures in the upper 70s, blue skies, and a gentle breeze, Saturday (May 18), as hundreds of well-wishers rolled …

     (SB) - AMES, Iowa – Iowa Learning Farms, in partnership with Iowa State University and Michigan State University, will host two smart agricultural drainage system workshops …

     (SB) - The SB-L Community Schools Foundation, a local organization dedicated to supporting our students and teachers, announced the ten recipients of this year’s SB-L …

     (SB) - Clark Kiple, a senior at Sergeant Bluff-Luton High School, was recently recognized with two academic accolades. He was chosen to attend the Iowa Governor’s Scholar …

     (SB) - At a recognition banquet held recently in downtown Sioux City, six Sergeant Bluff-Luton seniors were honored as the top five percent of their class: Madeline Aman, …

(SBA) - Though wages for the lowest paid jobs have risen across the country at the fastest rate in four decades, the number of households struggling to get by in Iowa grew by nearly 24,280 from 2021 …

(SBA) - WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Rep. Randy Feenstra (R-Hull) applauded the introduction of the Farm Bill in the U.S. House of Representatives and announced major legislative victories …

(SBA) - Governor Kim Reynolds signed into law HF 255, a groundbreaking piece of legislation that allows prospective teachers to earn a teaching license through alternative teacher certification …

(SBA) - AMES – After sending three different type 6 engine crews to Texas in late March and April, the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Fire Program has been busy getting firefighters …

(SBA) - Thousands of Iowans will be camping and building campfires this Memorial Day weekend and throughout the summer. The Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) encourages campers to buy …

(SBA) - Free fishing weekend is a great time to share the fun of fishing with a kid, your family or a friend. Outdoor fun awaits at hundreds of Iowa lakes, thousands of miles of rivers or a …

(SBA) - The Memorial Day weekend marking the unofficial beginning to Iowa’s boating season is days away and boaters across the state are busy preparing their watercraft for the holiday. …

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