Friday News, May 20

SIOUX GATEWAY REJECTS PROPOSAL THE SIOUX GATEWAY AIRPORT BOARD OF DIRECTORS HAS VOTED TO REJECT A NEW PROPOSAL FROM BOUTIQUE AIR TO PROVIDE ESSENTIAL AIR...

Thursday News, May 19

VACANT BUILDINGS The city council of Le Mars is going to hold a public hearing soon on a vacant building ordinance. Mayor Rob Bixenman says...

Wednesday News, May 18

SIOUX CENTER AIRPORT The City Council of Sioux Center has given final approval to the sale of its former airport to Sioux County.  The 78.5...

Tuesday News, May 17

CITY COUNCIL  The Le Mars city council this afternoon set a public hearing next month for an ordinance which regulates vacant buildings.  Mayor Rob Bixenman...

Monday News, May 16

FIRE GRANTS A new grant program from an organization promoting inclusive education will benefit Gehlen Catholic Schools. The FIRE Foundation of Northwest Iowa awarded a 20-thousand...

Saturday News, May 14

HABOOB? NO, DERECHO The storm that caused a massive dust cloud in parts of  northwest Iowa and Nebraska is being classified as a derecho.  The...

Friday News, May 13

HABOOB An intense dust storm hit northwest Iowa in the Little Rock area late Thursday, causing a temporary black out due to the amount of...

Thursday News, May 12

SEVERE WEATHER Another wave of severe thunderstorms are moving into northwest Iowa. Severe Thunderstorm Warnings have been issued for Ida, Woodbury, Plymouth, Sioux, and adjacent counties...

Wednesday News, May 11

TORNADO WATCH  A Tornado Watch has been called for northwest Iowa, and adjacent areas of northeast Nebraska, southeast South Dakota, and southwest Minnesota, until 9...

Tuesday News, May 10

ALTON FIRE A fire early this morning did extensive damage to a downtown Alton business.  Alton, Orange City and Granville fire departments were called to...

Monday News, May9

BURN BAN LIFTED The State Fire Marshal says that as of noon today (Monday), the open burning ban in Plymouth County will be lifted. Le...

Saturday News, May7

CARBON EASEMENTS A project manager for the Summit Carbon Solutions pipeline says the company has about 20 percent of the voluntary easements from landowners they...

Friday News, May 6

CODY BENEFIT Le Mars Police have organized a benefit fundraiser for one of their own. Declynn Cody is the 5-year old daughter of Chad and Wendy...

Thursday News, May 5

FIRE EQUIPMENT DONATION A Le Mars firm has donated funds for a fire vehicle that's essential to fighting field fires. Total Motors presented a check for...

Wednesday News, May 4

SUMMER THEATRE There are plenty of opportunities in theater this summer in Le Mars. Angela Drake reports.   ROE V WADE U.S. Rep. Randy Feenstra (R-Hull) said...

Tuesday News, May 3

LOCAL GOVERNMENTS The Le Mars City Council today approved a letter of support for a grant application from Sioux City for a Siouxland Regional Trail...

Monday News, May 2

SENTINEL SOLD For the second time in a month, Le Mars’ daily newspaper has new ownership. The Le Mars Daily Sentinel and Shoppers Guide, and...

Saturday News, April 30

YEAR ROUND E-15 The governors of Iowa and seven other Midwestern states are asking federal regulators to approve year-round E-15 sales in their states. Governor...

Friday News, April 29

MEAT PACKER SANCTIONS Iowa Congressman Randy Feenstra says it's time for the U-S Justice Department to take real steps to sanction the four companies that...

Thursday News, April 28

SLOW PLANTING The area crop specialist says soil temperatures are holding back farmers from planting right now, but that could change quickly. Area Crop Specialist Joel...

Wednesday News, April 27

BOOT UP SHOWCASE The two elementary schools in the MOC Floyd Valley School District will showcase their computer literacy at even Thursday. Superintendant Russ Adams describes...

Tuesday News, April 26

BURN BAN   An open burning ban was quickly put in place across Plymouth County, after several dangerous fires broke out on a very windy Saturday. Le...

Monday News, April 25

FATAL FIRE One person was killed in an apartment fire early Monday morning in Sheldon. Tom Traughber reports:   REMSEN FARM FIRE A fire Saturday afternoon destroyed a...

Saturday News, April 23

STOLEN CONVERTERS   The Sioux County Sheriffs Department is investigating the theft of catalytic converters from a Hull area business.  The thefts were reported to the...

Friday News, April 22

PREGNANCY TERMINATION BILL The Iowa legislature has passed a bill responding to the case of a Storm Lake man accused of forcing his wife to...

Thursday News, April 21

TOURISM AWARDS A LeMars Business has won two awards at the Iowa Tourism Conference. Shannon Rodenburg, manager of the Wells Visitor Center and Ice Cream Parlor,...

Wednesday News, April 20

INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN The Le Mars Community School Board Tuesday gave approval to the district's yearly inrasteructure plan. This is for Fiscal years 2022 and 2023. The...

Tuesday News, April 19

LE MARS COUNCIL The Le Mars city council today decided to take the task of Community Development under direct authority of the city.  Currently, Community...

Monday News, April 18

THEN FEED JUST ONE Gehlen and Spalding Catholic Schools will soon renew their effort to provide food to a village in Honduras. It’s called “Then...

Saturday News, April 16

A G-O-P caucus The Republican National Committee has unanimously voted to have the Iowa Republican party's caucuses be the first voting event in the next...
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