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Coyotes top Jacks to win 2021-22 Showdown Series

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.—A Hail Mary touchdown pass in late November turned out to be the deciding factor in this year's South Dakota Showdown Series presented by South Dakota Corn and Midco Sports. The South Dakota Coyotes and South Dakota State Jackrabbits both accumulated 13 points, invoking the tiebreaker for...
SIOUX FALLS, SD
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Graduate Student Intern Working on Implementing Sustainability Plans in Sioux Falls

Wallace, a Peoria, Illinois, native, received his bachelor's in sustainability and is now pursuing his master's in interdisciplinary studies with focuses on sustainable development and leadership in public management. Over the summer, he is interning with SoDak350, a local group based in Sioux Falls that was created to mobilize South Dakotans to take action on climate change through demonstration, lobbying, education and community building.
VERMILLION, SD
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FIREFIGHTERS SURPRISE & SUPPORT CO-WORKER BATTLING CANCER

SIOUX CITY FIREFIGHTERS SURPRISED THEIR CO-WORKER THURSDAY MORNING WITH SPECIAL T-SHIRTS THEY WILL WEAR ON DUTY TO SUPPORT HER IN HER BATTLE WITH CANCER. JENNIFER LOWELL WORKS IN THE SIOUX CITY FIRE RESCUE OFFICE. THE FIREFIGHTERS CREATED THE SPECIAL EDITION T-SHIRTS IN AN EFFORT TO RASIE FUNDS AND PAY TRIBUTE...
SIOUX CITY, IA
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Akron-Westfield Comes From Behind to Beat Gehlen Catholic on the Road

The Akron-Westfield baseball team came from behind last night to win their fourth game in their first five with a 5-4 victory over Gehlen Catholic. The Westerners started off the contest with a run in the first thanks to some great two-out hitting from Michael Swancutt and Tyson Fairbanks. That was answered by a four-run bottom of the first for Gehlen Catholic that put the Westerners down three. Akron-Westfield would not give up scoring two runs in both the third and fourth innings. Head Coach Gordon Johnson says his team is never one to back down from a challenge at the plate.
AKRON, IA
siouxlandnews.com

Sergeant Bluff residents voice concerns about new welcome sign

SGT BLUFF, Iowa — Residents of Sergeant Bluff are upset about a new welcome sign to that community. A group came to the city council meeting to express their concerns about that new sign on First Street, which features an electronic video display and is located next to a stoplight.
SERGEANT BLUFF, IA
siouxlandnews.com

Jerry Seinfeld LIVE at the Orpheum rescheduled

SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Due to a scheduling conflict with an upcoming project, the Jerry Seinfeld performance scheduled for Friday, July 29, 2022 at the Sioux City Orpheum Theatre has been rescheduled for Thursday, July 13, 2023. All tickets purchased for the performance will be honored for the rescheduled...
SIOUX CITY, IA
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Nebraska State Patrol plans Memorial Day enforcement

NORFOLK, Neb. -- Nebraska State Patrol troopers and local law enforcement agencies will be teaming up during the upcoming Memorial Day weekend to patrol major highways in northeast Nebraska. The efforts include operations in South Sioux City and other areas from Friday through Tuesday. High-visibility enforcement operations will be conducted...
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, NE
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Randy Ewing – Citizen of the Day

Randy Ewing is the KLEM Citizen of the Day for May 26, 2022. Randy is Le Mars Community High School vocal music teacher, he is retiring at the end of the school year. He may pick up a pizza from Pizza Hut in Le Mars, a long stemmed rose from Le Mars Hy Vee Floral Department and car wash from 12th Street Touchless or Highway 75 Touchless Auto Wash and Pet Wash.
LE MARS, IA
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MINI: Ask how to solve gun violence in schools

THE MINI: WE have a problem. Gun violence occurs in our community. Our school children experience gun violence right here. Rather than asking, “Did you hear what happened? Let’s ask “Why did it happen?” and “How can I be part of the solution?” -- Elise Burrows, Sioux City.
SIOUX CITY, IA
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Thursday News, May 26

The governor has signed a bill into law that requires testing for radon gas in public school buildings. The legislation is named in honor of Gail Orcutt, a retired teacher from Pleasant Hill who died of radon-inducted lung cancer in 2020. She had lobbied for the bill for a decade. Senator Jackie Smith of Sioux City is among the lawmakers who paid tribute to Orcutt before voting “yes” on the bill.
SIOUX CITY, IA
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Ponca State Park Memorial Day Weekend Events

PONCA – A series of events are being planned for at Ponca State Park over the next four days. According to a release from Ponca State Park, join in on the fun from Saturday, May 28 – Tuesday, May 31. Open Saturday morning with introduction to archery between...
PONCA, NE
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Silent Sky at the Sioux City Community Theater

Silent Sky is a 2015 play by Lauren Gunderson -- currently the most produced playwright in American theater -- will be presented June 3-5, 9-12 at the Sioux City Community Theater. The play tells the real-life history of early 1900's astronomist Henrietta Leavitt who made key discoveries in a Harvard...
SIOUX CITY, IA
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First- and second-graders help set up library in Ireton

IRETON—A new library option is available in Ireton thanks to the efforts of Ireton Christian School’s first- and second-grade class. On May 17, school board members installed an official Little Free Library on the north edge of the school’s property along on Fourth Street, about a half block east of Forth Street’s stop sign intersection with Maple Street.
IRETON, IA
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