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Sioux City man jailed after brief scuffle in Quimby Dutcher also wanted for armed robberies of SC motels A suspect has been detained for allegedly robbing a Holstein bank while using a firearm last Thursday. Michael Dutcher, 21, of Sioux City was arrested Friday afternoon in Quimby. The Cherokee...
A place ‘forever sweet and pure’ fails to reach its ideal By DOLORES CULLEN A historic building in Storm Lake turned 100 years old this summer and barely anyone noticed. The mausoleum, that rock solid-looking building on the northeast corner of the Storm Lake Cemetery, was dedicated...
Men pulled to shore in pontoon         A fishing boat with four men aboard capsized about a quarter mile out from Bel Air Beach Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. Larry Luft and Randy Oolman of LeMars were fishing from shore near Bel Air Beach and saw the craft...

Sports

Wednesday, 30/07/14
St. Mary’s lands 2 players on first team Three teams dominated the landscape of prep baseball this summer. Alta-Aurelia, Ridge View and Sioux Central all finished above the .500 mark and flirted with...
Wednesday, 30/07/14
By JAMIE KNAPP Ryan Garthoff was a power hitter in the form of a leadoff hitter. The Ridge View shortstop could get on base with the best of them. He led the area in hits, runs scored, stolen bases and on-...
Wednesday, 30/07/14
Two players from Alta-Aurelia and two from Storm Lake St. Mary’s head the list of selections to the Twin Lakes Conference first team for baseball, it was released. Alta-Aurelia’s Ross Friedrich...
Tuesday, 29/07/14
Six area prep baseball players were selected to all-district teams by the Iowa High School Baseball Coaches Association, it was released. Two players from Ridge View were selected to the Class 2A all-district...
Sioux City man jailed after brief scuffle in Quimby Dutcher also wanted for armed robberies of SC motels A suspect has been detained for allegedly robbing a Holstein bank while using a firearm last Thursday. Michael Dutcher, 21, of Sioux City was arrested Friday afternoon in Quimby. The Cherokee...
A place ‘forever sweet and pure’ fails to reach its ideal By DOLORES CULLEN A historic building in Storm Lake turned 100 years old this summer and barely anyone noticed. The mausoleum, that rock solid-looking building on the northeast corner of the Storm Lake Cemetery, was dedicated...
Men pulled to shore in pontoon         A fishing boat with four men aboard capsized about a quarter mile out from Bel Air Beach Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. Larry Luft and Randy Oolman of LeMars were fishing from shore near Bel Air Beach and saw the craft...
St. Mary’s lands 2 players on first team Three teams dominated the landscape of prep baseball this summer. Alta-Aurelia, Ridge View and Sioux Central all finished above the .500 mark and flirted with 20 wins. So it isn’t any wonder that those three teams had the most representatives...

Family & Friends

In the back from left are Linda Vangilder, her son Kyle and his wife

Becky. The front two children are Khloee and Kole, their children

and Linda's grandchildren.

Wednesday, 30/07/14
By MARY CULLEN As you walk to the front door of Linda Vangilder’s home in Storm Lake, it quickly becomes apparent that she loves to collect and go “junking.” “I’ve always...

Melissa Miller, children’s librarian and Laura Turnquist, library clerk, show some

of the books that were won this summer by the readers of the Summer Reading

Program.

Wednesday, 30/07/14
Children’s librarian Melissa Miller has announced the readers who have completed the Summer Reading Program at the Storm Lake Public Library. To participate, they could read a book or have someone...
Wednesday, 30/07/14
Abundant garden produce is appearing at the Storm Lake Farmers Market on the west side of the courthouse Thursday evenings and Saturday morning. Here Storm Laker Veronica McFadden picks out a cucumber. Hours...
Wednesday, 30/07/14
A tree was donated and planted this week outside of the Alta-Aurelia High School entrance by the Tim and Kathy Peterson family. The tree was given to the school to honor the memory of Jane Carlson, who passed...

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