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Thursday is a big day for the Argosy Casino. A judge in Des Moines, Iowa is expected to decide whether the Sioux City riverboat can continue operating until the Hard Rock Casino and Hotel opens on August 1. Late last month, lawyers for Argosy operator Belle of Sioux City made their arguments to Polk County Judge Eliza Ovrom in an emergency request ... (more)
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For years, young women have dreamed about being crowned "Queen of the River" during Sioux City's annual River-Cade celebration.
THE COST OF THE 25 CAMERAS AND SERVER UPGRADE WAS WITHIN THE ALLOCATED BUDGET AND TOTALED JUST UNDER $186-THOUSAND DOLLARS.
The opening remarks and ribbon cutting will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Art Center at 225 Nebraska Street.
One of America's most famous blondes is stepping out of the silver screen and on to the stage at the Sioux City Community Theatre.
The National Council of Architectural Registration Boards has awarded its 2014 President's Medal for Distinguished Service to six recipients for their commitment to the architectural profession and to the organization.
President Obama is expected to ask Congress for $2-billion in emergency funding to help deal with the crisis at the border.
Iowa emergency management officials say rail cars carrying millions of gallons of crude oil from North Dakota's Bakken region regularly travel through the Siouxland area.
City Administrator Lance Hedquist says Dahl was serving her first term on the www.rwandaembassy.org council after being elected about two years ago: Hedquist says the mayor and council will start looking into finding someone to finish the remaining two years of Dahl's term next week: A memorial service for Stephanie Dahl will be held at 10 a.m.
Sunday evening's tornadoes caused some damage near Reinbeck, Iowa. A few homes across the street from each other were in the path of the storm.
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That's why a project to build affordable houses where Sioux City's Lowell School used to sit, was a welcome addition to the north side in 2012.
It's been nearly three weeks since parts of our area reached record flood levels.
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Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 06:25 am
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