Man arrives drunk to serve time in jail
ROCK RAPIDS—A 38-year-old Luverne, MN, man was arrested about 6:50 p.m. Friday, May 19, in Rock Rapids on a charge of public intoxication. The arrest of Bradley Dean Schweitzer stemmed from him arriving at the Lyon County Jail in Rock Rapids to serve time and being found to be intoxicated, according to the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office.
Sanborn man cited for meth residue in bag
SHELDON—A 20-year-old Sanborn man was cited about 8:50 a.m. Saturday, May 20, in Sheldon on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. The citing of Johnathon Robert Emmons stemmed from the stop of a 2006 Ford Expedition for an equipment violation at the intersection of Second Avenue and Highway 18 in Sheldon, according to the Sheldon Police Department.
Two Charged in Sioux County Railroad Theft Case
Orange City, IA (KICD)– Two people have been charged with allegedly stealing from a Northwest Iowa railyard. 46-year-old David Case and 33-year-old Margaret Jakobson, both of Sibley, were taken into custody by the Sioux County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday afternoon accused of stealing scrap metal from BNSF Railway property.
Mexican arrested for marijuana and scale
ROCK RAPIDS—A 28-year-old Mexico man was arrested about 12:20 p.m. Tuesday, May 16, in Rock Rapids on charges of first-offense possession of a controlled substance — marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and no valid driver’s license. The arrest of Jose Elias Armenta Diaz of El Colorado, Mexico,...
Two drivers hurt in collision by Ireton
IRETON—Two people were injured in a two-vehicle collision about 10:25 a.m. Saturday, May 20, at the intersection of 420th Street and Dogwood Avenue, six miles northwest of Ireton. Twenty-year-old Miranda Joy Bloemendaal of Hawarden was driving south on Dogwood when she entered the intersection and her 2008 Chevrolet Impala...
Longtime staff leave Sioux Center schools
SIOUX CENTER—With the close of the school year, the Sioux Center School District is staying goodbye to some of its longtime staff. They took a moment to answer a couple of questions regarding their time with the school:. Laurie Gabhart. Q: How long have you been with the school...
Two Sibley Residents Charged with Theft of Railroad Property
(Orange City)--Two Sibley residents are accused of stealing railroad property in Sioux County. The Sioux County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday arrested 46-year-old David Case and 33-year-old Margaret Jakobson. The arrest stemmed from a report that Case and Jakobsen entered onto BNSF Railway property to steal scrap metal. Upon further...
Woman charged for domestic abuse assault
HAWARDEN—A 21-year-old Hawarden woman was arrested Sunday, May 21, on a charge of first-offense domestic abuse assault. The arrest of Jessica Marie Nielson stemmed from her physically assaulting another individual during a disagreement at their home at 602 11th St. in Hawarden, according to the Hawarden Police Department. A...
New drinks mark Butler's anniversary
SIOUX CENTER—It’s been five years since Paul Albert of Sioux Center accomplished his dream by purchasing Butler’s Café & Coffee in town, and just in time for the summer heat, he’s come up with a new line of drinks to help people stay cool and refreshed.
Northwest Iowa Community College Names Outstanding Alumnus
Sheldon, IA (KICD)– Mikayla Miller Davidson was honored as the outstanding alumnus from Northwest Iowa Community College during their recent graduation. Davidson was a graduate of Le Mars High School and first enrolled in the medical coding program at NCC before getting into the x-ray program. Davidson tells KICD...
N'West Iowa churches fracture, some stay: Part 1
REGIONAL—On a Sunday early this spring, the sanctuary of St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church in Sanborn was filled with stained-glass light. Congregants chatted quietly in the vestibule before making their way inside, filing into wooden pews. At the front of the church, a pianist played a hymn. That...
Alvord Days Is Saturday
Alvord, Iowa — Saturday, June 3rd, will be a day filled with fun in Alvord. Organizers tell us that Alvord Days will begin at 9 a.m. at the Community Center with breakfast which will be served for a free-will donation. The breakfast is provided by American State Bank and ends at 10:30 a.m. All proceeds will go to the ABC Committee. The committee will use the proceeds to help with a new Community Center.
Storm Damage, Heavy Rain Spotty In Wednesday Storms
Sheldon, Iowa — Damage from the thunderstorms that moved through on Wednesday evening was very spotty, as were the precip reports. That’s the information from area emergency managers and the National Weather Service. The Sheldon area and areas to the south and east appear to have taken the brunt of the storm.
Western Christian Boys advance to 1-A Soccer Championship Saturday
DES MOINES, IA (Dakota News Now) -The Western Christian boys were determined to make it back to the Iowa 1-A State Soccer championship game Saturday. But it didn’t look good when Regina took the lead in the first half on a goal by Jack Hoover. The Wolfpack would eventually...
Jessie Rose, Audrey Eppinga & Tammy Lief
Quilts tell stories and Jessie Rose, Audrey Eppinga & Tammy Lief share about the Sioux Center Summer Celebration Quilt Show June 2-3. Nearly 100 quilts will be on display, and there will be presentations, a boutique, raffle and more.
City Of Sheldon
The City of Sheldon, Iowa is now accepting applications and resumes for the position of Water Operator. This position will provide assistance in the operation and maintenance of the water treatment plant and the water distribution system. Routinely service and inspect equipment. Perform meter reading and general custodial duties. Ability to perform laboratory testing, sample collection and record keeping.
Kevin Bacon’s Band, the Bacon Brothers, Coming to Grand Falls Casino & Golf Resort
If you only know Kevin Bacon as the actor who has been on the big screen in films like National Lampoon's Animal House, Footloose, JFK, A Few Good Men, and Apollo 13, then you only know part of this 64-year-old's journey in the world of entertainment. For nearly 30 years,...
Sioux County Authorities Investigating Shooting Incident
Sioux Center, IA (KICD)– Authorities in Sioux County are investigating an incident reportedly involving the discharge of a firearm last week. The incident occurred around 6:30 Thursday evening on 371st Street, one mile north of Sioux Center, when a homeowner says a bullet came through a window and hit a cabinet in the home not causing any injuries. Several neighbors reported hearing a gunshot, but no one could identify a source.
Warmer And Wetter Than Normal May Puts Sheldon Above Normal Precipitation
Sheldon, Iowa — May 2023 was warmer and wetter than normal, and enough so that it brought Sheldon to above normal precipitation. According to the weather data ascertained daily at the KIWA studios in downtown Sheldon, May 2023 was warmer than normal. The average high for the month of May 2023 was 76 degrees, compared to the normal average high of 72. The average low was 50 degrees, which is slightly warmer than the average normal low of 47. The warmest day of the month came on the last day. May 31st recorded a high temperature of 90. The lowest the mercury dropped in May 2023 was when the month started out, dipping down to 30 degrees on the first and second of the month.
Champions Chat: Sheldon’s Maddie Olson
SIOUX CITY, IOWA (KCAU) – Siouxland churned out nearly 20 title winners at the Iowa High School State Track and Field Meet in Des Moines, but few ended as dominant in their event as Sheldon’s Maddie Olson. Our conversation with the three-time State champion in the Class 2A High Jump, alongside head coach Maggie Lloyd, […]
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