November 18, 2016

Stop Human Trafficking Workshop Is Sunday In George

George, Iowa — Human trafficking is a growing concern, worldwide. Tabernacle Baptist Church of George is hosting a Stop Human Trafficking Workshop this Sunday night, November 20th. The workshop, which

Hartley Mayor Submits Resignation

Hartley, Iowa — The mayor of Hartley has stepped down. According to Hartley City Clerk/Administrator Patty Anderson, mayor John Lyman submitted a letter of resignation on Wednesday, November 16th. The

First Snow Of Season Causes Delays, Travel Headaches

Northwest Iowa — As of Friday afternoon the Sioux County Sheriff’s Office was advising no travel in the county, after the first snowstorm of the season. Rain started changing into

Cost Of Thanksgiving Dinner Down This Year

Northwest Iowa — When you shop for the items needed for this year’s Thanksgiving dinner you might want to give a thank you for the efficiency and diversity of our

IUB Hears Update, Complaints On Pipeline

Northwest Iowa — The Iowa Utilities Board heard an update on the progress of the Dakota Access Pipeline through the state and complaints from those who oppose it at their meeting

Wills Re-Elected To House Republican Leadership Post

Des Moines, Iowa — A northwest Iowa lawmaker will continue in a position of leadership in the state legislature. District 1 State Representative John Wills, a Republican from Spirit Lake

Iowa Now 8th Largest Turkey Producer

Northwest Iowa — Area grocery stores will likely be exceptionally busy this weekend as folks stock up on supplies for next week’s Thanksgiving feast. Turkeys will be one of the top sellers