'I know someone took him': Wife speaks about disappearance of David Schultz
WALL LAKE, Iowa — It's been nine days since David Schultz's family has heard from him. In Sac County on Thursday, the nonprofit United Cajun Navy continued search operations with over 20 volunteers combing through nearby areas. Crews are also keeping an eye out for Mark Riesberg, who has been missing since late October.
In Iowa, a dad with twin boys has gone missing. Super strange, his truck was just left in the road
In the quiet rural landscapes of Sac County, Iowa, a perplexing mystery unfolds as the community rallies in the search for 53-year-old David Schultz. Known as a loving father of twin boys, Schultz's sudden disappearance has sparked concern and an extensive investigation.
Cherokee County Fair Celebrates a Century of Tradition and Community Spirit
The Cherokee County Fair is a time-honored event that has become a cornerstone of cultural and agricultural celebration in Cherokee. As it marks its centennial, the fair reflects the enduring spirit and pride of the local community. From its origins in the late 19th century, it has grown into a vibrant space for residents of Cherokee and neighboring towns like Aurelia to gather, enjoy amusement rides, games, and savor the local cuisine. The fair's success is rooted in its strong agricultural ties and the support of 4-H youth programs, which emphasize the importance of skill development in agriculture and home economics.
Ridge View Boys Win Second Straight to Start Season
The Ridge View boys basketball team is off to a 2-0 start after their 61-52 win at Alta Aurelia tonight (Thur). There were eight lead changes and two ties all within the 1st quarter. Ridge View took the lead for good with a last second basket in the 1st quarter to go up 12-11. The Raptors built the lead as high as eight during the 2nd quarter and led 31-26 at halftime.
Search continues for missing Lytton man
The search for a Lytton, Iowa man is about to enter its second month.
Missing Calhoun County man's family says his disappearance doesn't make sense
CALHOUN COUNTY, Iowa — Tuesday marks one month since a Calhoun County man last communicated with anyone, and there are no signs of where 54-year-old Mark Riesberg could be. Riesberg's last known location is his home just outside of Lytton where his family says he left his phone and his wallet before disappearing.
The Enduring Legacy of the Chicago and North Western Railway in the Midwest
The Chicago and North Western Transportation Company (C&NW), established in 1859, was a cornerstone in the development of the Midwest's transportation framework. The founding of the town of Arthur in 1899 exemplifies the company's profound influence. Named after the 'Arthur Chain,' a surveyor's tool, rather than a person, Arthur's origin story is a tribute to the ingenuity and spirit of the railway era. As the C&NW expanded its network to over 7,000 miles, it not only connected key cities but also played a crucial role in fostering the region's economic growth.
Albert City Public Library: A Century of Knowledge and Community Service
The Albert City Public Library (APL) has stood as a beacon of knowledge and culture for a century, marking a significant milestone in 2023. Since its inception in 1910, this storied institution has been an unwavering source of educational resources, evolving with the community's needs. Reflecting its dedication, APL adjusts its hours for maximum accessibility and engages residents with board meetings and cultural events, embodying a commitment to service and learning.
Sioux Central Girls Roll Through HMS in Season Opener
Bradi Krager scored 24 for the Rebels who shot over 50 percent and forced 26 Hawk Turnovers. HMS was lead in scoring by Kylee Skipoff with 10. Next up for Sioux Central will be Estherville Lincoln Central while Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn travels to George-Little Rock.
MMCRU girls basketball team adds height with freshman class
MARCUS — For the first time since 6-footers Emily Dreckman and Ellie Hilbrands combined for 848 points, 375 rebounds and 56 blocked shots for the MMCRU girls basketball team that went 25-2 and was the 2022 Class 1A state girls basketball runner-up, Gillian Letsche is excited about the length her squad possesses.
» The Mysterious Disappearance of Two Iowa Men
In the small community of Lytton, Iowa uncertainty surrounds the sudden disappearance of 54-year-old Mark Riesberg. Riesberg’s last known communication was a text message to his boss, according to Mary Brown, Mark’s sister. Also according to Mary Brown, the circumstances of her brother’s disappearance are unnerving. Brown spoke with the Wright County Monitor briefly sharing that she feels he must have gotten out of bed in the middle of the night, judging by the state of his bed. Brown assumes her brother got out of bed to help someone who came to his door. Riesberg lives along Highway 20 outside of Lytton. His wallet and phone were left behind. Mark's 2006 Gold Chrysler PT Cruiser, with license plate DWV 254, is also missing. Mary is deeply concerned by the mysterious nature of his disappearance.
SEARCH CONTINUES FOR MISSING SAC COUNTY TRUCKER
SEARCH EFFORTS CONTINUE FOR A MISSING SAC COUNTY TRUCK DRIVER NEARLY A WEEK AFTER HE WAS REPORTED MISSING. NATHAN KONZ REPORTS. SCHULTZ’S CELL PHONE AND WALLET WERE FOUND IN HIS SEMI.
Charges Pending Against Sioux Rapids Man After Fiery Accident in Clay County
(Sioux Rapids)--Multiple charges are pending against a Sioux Rapids man after a fiery accident earlier this month in Clay County. At around 8:45 pm on November 16th, the Clay County Sheriff’s Office received a call that a vehicle was in the ditch and was on fire in the 4900 block of 220th Avenue. The Sioux Rapids Fire Department was dispatched to the scene and put out the fire. When deputies arrived on scene, 25-year-old Jose Ramon-Arrendondo was identified as the driver of the vehicle, a 2008 Chrysler Sebring,
Fostering Growth and Unity: Oregon's Multifaceted Approach to Rural Community Development
In the quaint corners of Oregon, where the landscape is as rich as the community spirit, towns like Cleghorn are redefining the essence of rural charm. These small communities showcase an immense sense of belonging, where residents unite to celebrate through local festivities like the Cleghorn Harvest Fest. These events are not mere pastimes; they are the threads that weave the town's identity, supported by local businesses and residents alike, ensuring the preservation of Cleghorn's intimate atmosphere while embracing growth and new ideas.
Storm Lake 150th ornament to help 2 non-profits
The Storm Lake City Council has approved a commemorative Storm Lake Sesquicentennial holiday ornament to be offered to the public.
Storm Lake Fire Department Offering Smoke Detectors for Seniors in Need
The Storm Lake Fire Department is offering a new program to help protect seniors in the community. The “Sound the Alarm for Seniors” program provides free home smoke detectors for those in need. An individual must be a resident of Storm Lake, age 55 and older, and not have a working smoke detector in order to qualify.
Galva's Beginnings: A Town Carved from the Rails
In the heart of Henry County, Illinois, lies a town with roots deeply embedded in the American railroad boom of the late 19th century. Galva, founded in 1879 by the Western Town Lot Company, a subsidiary of the Chicago & Northwestern Railroad, represents the quintessential spirit of American growth and the transformative power of railroads. The expansion of the rail industry marked a significant chapter in the nation's history, fostering communities and stimulating economic progress, with Galva being a prime example.
MMCRU boys basketball team hoping to surpass .500 mark this season
MARCUS — Yielding less than 50 points is an ambitious goal in the challenging War Eagle Conference. It’s one of the goals Cam Kuchel has as he begins his sixth year as MMCRU’s head boys basketball coach. Another is to hit .500 for the first time since the consolidation of the Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn and Remsen-Union programs.
Tornadoes Sweep North
Adeeya Yanga led three players in double figures scoring a game high 20 points and the Storm Lake girls basketball team improved to 3-0 with a 61-31 win over Sioux City-North Tuesday at Tornado Fieldhouse. Grace Kenkel added 13 and Avery DeHaan chipped in with 11 points. Storm Lake jumped...