Wednesday News, May 13
Supervisors Approve 83 Property Tax Credit Applications
(Le Mars) -- Plymouth County Board of Supervisors approved 83 property tax credit applications during their weekly meeting held at the county courthouse Tuesday morning. In other action, the county governing board approved the first reading of an ordinance vacating certain platted lots, streets and alleys. The area in question rests on the southern edge of Plymouth County where the county borders with the city of Sioux City. The Board of Supervisors also signed the contracts with Richards Construction of Sac City. Richards Construction was awarded three bids on three separate culvert projects.
Roosevelt Avenue To Be Closed On Wednesday
(Le Mars) -- Plymouth County Secondary Roads Department has announced it will close Roosevelt Avenue today between 180th Street and 190th street. The road will be closed while work crews repair for a bridge abutment. Officials hope to open the road at 4:00 p.m. this afternoon.
Museum To Hold Annual Banquet And Meeting Tonight
(Le Mars) -- The Plymouth County Historical Museum will hold its 51st annual banquet this evening at the Old Central Gymnasium. The dinner will begin at 6:30 p.m. The museum plans to honor two former museum volunteers, who also were active with Plymouth county newspapers and printing.
Senior Awards Night
(Le Mars) -- Le Mars Community High School Seniors will be recognized this evening during the Senior Awards Night to be held at the high school's new gymnasium. School officials and school foundation members will announce the scholarships awarded to the Senior Class of 2015. More than $60,000 in scholarship funds will be presented to students. The program will begin at 6:30 p.m.