Threatened her with machete, police say On Oct. 1 police initiated an investigation into alleged incidents of abuse of a Storm Lake woman. The woman told police that her estranged husband identified as Tony Lee, 54, of Storm Lake, allegedly forced her to take pills on five occasions between...
Gunfight erupts at SL motel Bullets fly across Lakeshore Drive Storm Lake Police have made several arrests in connection with an early morning disturbance and shooting at a local motel. On Thursday at 4:16 a.m. police were dispatched to the Sail Inn Motel in reference to a disturbance and a man...
She’s ‘more than a little Irish’ Leathel Archer asked for angel food cake, cherry pie and a cold beer on her 100th birthday, celebrated last Thursday at Newell Good Samaritan Center. She got all three. This diminutive woman has spent the last four years at the care center, but...

Above: Jazzelle and her parents in

their front yard Monday.

Inset:  A still from a Univision video

taken Sept. 4 shows an ailing Jazzelle.
 

4-year-old romps after nearly dying from mysterious malady One-week vacation to Utah turns into 2-month trauma By DOLORES CULLEN Four-year-old Jazzelle Jacuinde is back in Storm Lake romping around, somewhat stiffly, in her back yard. She’s smiling and chattering. She points to a squirrel...

Above: Jazzelle and her parents in

their front yard Monday.

Inset:  A still from a Univision video

taken Sept. 4 shows an ailing Jazzelle.
 

Local News

Threatened her with machete, police say On Oct. 1 police initiated an investigation into alleged incidents of abuse of a Storm Lake woman. The woman told police that her estranged husband identified as Tony Lee, 54, of Storm Lake, allegedly forced her to take pills on five occasions between...
Gunfight erupts at SL motel Bullets fly across Lakeshore Drive Storm Lake Police have made several arrests in connection with an early morning disturbance and shooting at a local motel. On Thursday at 4:16 a.m. police were dispatched to the Sail Inn Motel in reference to a disturbance and a man...

Sports

Buena Vista quarterback Bobby Brown eludes Luther’s Darren Hill during the first

half of their game last Saturday. Brown became BVU’s all-time leader in career

touchdown passes with 53. TIMES photo by JAMIE KNAPP

Tuesday, 21/10/14
SL native Brown becomes BVU’s all-time career TD passing leader Former Storm Lake prep Bobby Brown became Buena Vista’s all-time career touchdown passing leader as he threw for 253 yards and four scores, and tailback Dylan Barrett rushed for a career-best 264 yards and two...
Tuesday, 21/10/14
Devin Tripp rushed for 329 yards and three touchdowns on 26 carries, but it wasn’t enough as West Sioux held off Sioux Central to win a key district game 23-20 and spoil the Rebels’ homecoming last Friday night at Albert City. The loss dropped Sioux Central to 3-3 in the...
Tuesday, 21/10/14
The bad news first. Ridge View lost its game against state-ranked West Lyon 42-0 last Friday night. Now the good news. The Raptors got some help from Sibley-Ocheyedan last Friday as it beat Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn 40-30. That sets up a scenario for Ridge View this Friday night in...

Family & Friends

Little Miss Pigtails Emily Arnts, left, and Sidney Burbridge with Mabel the dog.

Wednesday, 22/10/14
By MARY CULLEN October is Pork Month so we are featuring the two Little Miss Pigtails from Buena Vista County. Nine and a half-year-old Emily Arnts, fourth grader at Alta Elementary School, is the daughter of Buena Vista County Pork Producers Cheryl and David Arnts,...

A crowd gathered outside while Caleb started to push.

Wednesday, 22/10/14
By MARY CULLEN St. John’s Lutheran Church at Hanover has an unusual wheelbarrow tradition that started 60 years ago on June 20, 1954 when Marvin and Beverly Hinkeldey were married. Their friends Arlin and Marilyn Hinkeldey thought it would be funny to watch...

Opinions

Joni Ernst has a solution to the problems of government: Blow it up. Worried about Social Security? Scrap it for private vouchers that may or may not sustain Grandma. Don’t like the EPA dragging its feet on renewable fuels? Get rid of it. Think the Affordable Care Act is a drag on the economy...
Book of poetry describes Korean War through the words of a one-legged Marine By ART CULLEN One war bleeds into the next until you forget what you were fighting for. The Korean War never really ended — we are still technically at war with North Korea and its NBA-loving dictator with a bad...
By DON BEHM There was an article in The Storm Lake Times about my retirement 25 years ago. I had retired from the food industry after 46 years of service. In 1943 I started working part-time in a small store. I spent 1945 and 1946 in the army. In the army the only thing I had to do with food was...
As we learned in civics class, we practice a two-party form of republican democracy for better or worse. Democrat and Republican. Many parliamentary forms of government have multiple parties that form governing coalitions: think Italy. Third-party and independent candidates do not fare well in Iowa...

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