May 13, 2015

Eleventh Probable Bird Flu Case In Sioux County

Des Moines, Iowa — Another probable case of bird flu has been discovered in our part of northwest Iowa. The Iowa Department of Agriculture and Land Stewardship is responding to

75th Tulip Festival Starts Thursday

Orange City, Iowa — It’s tulip time. The 75th Orange City Tulip Festival starts this Thursday among fanfare and ceremony. Tulip Festival Director Juliana Pennings says your old favorite activities

Vendors Should Sign Up For Farmers’ Market

Sheldon, Iowa — The Sheldon Farmers’ Market will be starting soon. We talked to Sheldon Chamber Coordinator Allison Cooke, and she says if you want to sell your produce or

Planting Progress Ahead Of Normal

Northwest Iowa — While planting progress was slowed in much of Iowa last week due to wet weather, Iowa State University Extension Crop Field Specialist Joel De Jong says we’re

Center Fresh CEO Thanks Community For Support

Sioux Center, Iowa — The bird flu epidemic continues to affect not only farmers and farm workers, but also northwest Iowa egg processing plants and their workers, truckers, and other

Sports Schedule for Thursday May 14th

Northwest Iowa — Qualifying for State Track and Field is on the schedule all across Iowa for Thursday. In Class 2A Sheldon athletes will be at the District hosted by

Cindy Barwick – Up on the Roof

Sheldon, Iowa — Sheldon Middle School Principal Cindy Barwick spent Wednesday on the roof of her school building as a reward to her students.  Barwick says her day on the

Two Vehicle Accident Near Lester

A South Carolina woman and a Rock Rapids man’s vehicles were damaged in an accident near Lester on Tuesday, May 12th. According to the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office, 69-year-old Bridget

Sheldon School Board Gets Technology Audit

Sheldon, Iowa — The Sheldon Community School District has a poor computer network design.  That’s what representatives of Heartland Business Services to the Sheldon School Board at their meeting Monday