Lebanon, Iowa (western Sioux County) — A milestone was reached in northwest Iowa this week in the construction of the Lewis & Clark Regional Water System. Troy Larson, the project’s executive director, says the final section of pipe between Beresford, South Dakota, and Sioux Center was laid this week. Read more
Des Moines, Iowa — The redistricting plan the nonpartisan Legislative Services Agency presented to Iowa lawmakers Thursday morning would expand the fourth congressional district, which is represented by Congressman Randy Feenstra of Hull, from 39 to 44 counties. Read more
Statewide Iowa — A new report finds Iowa’s adult obesity rate rose significantly from 2019 to 2020. The study by the non-profit Trust for America’s Health found 36-percent of adult Iowans were considered obese last year, putting Iowa among 16 states with a rate above 35-percent. Read more
Sheldon, Iowa — Much of Wednesday’s Sheldon City Council was taken up with conversation about the suggestion from the City’s garbage haulers that the City temporarily remove the large recycling container from the Community Services Center parking lot in order to allow residents an opportunity to become accustomed to using the residential curbside recyclables pickup. Read more
Cedar Falls, Iowa — The 18th ranked Northern Iowa Panthers open their home season on Saturday against Division I newcomer St. Thomas of Minnesota. Read more
Mr. Donald Minten, age 91, of Alton, passed away on Wednesday, September 15, 2021, at the Happy Siesta Health Care Center in Remsen. Read more
Statewide Iowa — Congresswoman Cindy Axne, a Democrat from West Des Moines, says she supports the president’s vaccine requirements for federal employees and contractors.
Okoboji, Iowa — Tourism traffic in the Iowa Great Lakes area appears to have rebounded this spring, compared to the second quarter of 2020.
Anamosa, Iowa — A second inmate has been sentenced to life in prison for murdering a nurse and guard during an escape attempt at the Anamosa State Penitentiary in March. Twenty-eight-year-old Michael Dutcher had originally pleaded not guilty and indicated he would claim he acted in self-defense. Read more
IOWA CITY, Iowa – The University of Iowa wrestling program announced Wednesday it will wrestle an eight-dual conference schedule in 2021-22, beginning with a home date Jan. 7 against Minnesota at Carver-Hawkeye Arena. Read more
Statewide Iowa — The pandemic’s been rough on some Iowa kids, many of whom are back to in-person classes and wearing masks again. Read more
IARN — Agriculture tax advisory firm KCoe Isom welcomed the proposed tax package that would drop previously suggested changes to the “step-up” in basis. While the legislation is far from the finish line and the proposal is far from final, KCoe’s tax advisors noted that the proposed language includes changes that could significantly impact many farmers and ranchers. The firm says farmers and ranchers need to evaluate and address potential tax impacts before year-end. Read more
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Oversize Electric Chair (Non Rocking) ($125.00) Brown cloth material in good condition. (42” x 57” x 40”) Oversize Recliner Chair, not a lift chair, Call if interested 479-644-8633
Set of spoked Jeep rims with Goodyear size 255/75/17 $80 — text 712-461-2517
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set of rims and new michelin tires for 3/4 tom gmc pickup, a farmall with wide front end and b farmall with narrow front end 605-366-9030
clothes dryer that works — 363-6573
Garage sale: Recliner, wine cellar, junior to adult clothes, kitchen items, home decor, lots of misc. Tuesday-Friday 4:30-7:30 – 1605 Oak Street
Garage sale through Friday, 617 8th Ave. Sheldon. Antiques, household, guy stuff and collectibles, coins, signs, beer memorabilia, Sheldon memorabilia, toys, glassware, Watt pottery, antique iron headboard.
620 5th Ave Sheldon 10-6 Thursday and Friday and 8-5 on Saturday. Lots of great stuff! Snow blower, tiller, bikes, electric scooter……Wall hangings, clothes, books, jewelry, misc decor, kitchen, vintage and lots more!
1519 Elm Court, lift chairs, walkers, crutches, lamps and more. Today through the rest of the week
IARN — A fire that broke out Sunday night on the roof the JBS Meat Packing Plant in Grand Island, Nebraska had one cattle group and many producers concerned about what damage had occurred and how long the plant would be shut down. Read more
IARN — On Sept. 8, Senate Agriculture Committee members Thune (R-S.D.), Tester (D-M.T.), Booker (D-N.J.), and Rounds (R-S.D.) jointly announced the American Beef Labeling Act. The bill mandates the reinstatement of beef and beef products into the existing Mandatory Country of Origin Labeling (MCOOL) law, allowing for a 12-month development and implementation grace period. Read more
Jamestown, North Dakota – The Dordt Defenders were unable to overcome a slow start and lost a 3-1 decision to Jamestown on the road Wednesday night in GPAC play at Jamestown, North Dakota. Read more
GRAND FORKS, N.D. – The Drake University football team closes its non-conference slate at No. 11 North Dakota on Saturday, Sept. 18. Kickoff at the Alerus Center is 4 p.m. Read more
MITCHELL, S.D. – The Northwestern College volleyball team (8-3, 1-2 GPAC) suffered their third straight loss in a straight-sets defeat to (RV) Dakota Wesleyan (11-1, 2-0 GPAC) in Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) action. Read more
Northwest Iowa — GPAC Volleyball was on the schedule for Wednesday. Read more
Des Moines, Iowa — The Iowa Supreme Court has set December 1st as the deadline for Iowa lawmakers to approve new boundaries for Iowa congressional and legislative districts. Read more