Jim Mowrer, seated left, and Steve King sparred from the stage of Anderson

Auditorium at Buena Vista University. Times photo by Dolores Cullen

Mowrer says King doesn’t understand military life, since he never volunteered Challenger goes after incumbent throughout their debate at BVU By TOM CULLEN Steve King, R-Kiron, appeared ready to walk off Anderson Auditorium stage on Thursday after Jim Mowrer, D-Boone, questioned his...

Steve Williams with his wife Carol behind him are surrounded by some of the

volunteers, who numbered around 50. TIMES photo by DOLORES CULLEN

 

Farmers from all over help wheelchair bound Williams after accident By DOLORES CULLEN Farmers in combines, grain carts, semis, tractors and wagons descended on the Steve Williams farm northeast of Storm Lake Monday and harvested 300 acres of corn in five and a half hours. “We’ve done...

Team members holding their state qualifier banner are pictured from left to right,

front row: John Tuttle and Jacob Husman. Second row: Matthew Swanson, Michael

Swanson, Ross Friedrich, Trenton Delp and Sean Berg.

Warrior boys place 2nd in regional meet Alta-Aurelia will be advancing to the boys state cross country meet for the fourth year in a row. The Warriors turned the trick by finishing second in a Class 1A state qualifying meet last Thursday in Holstein. Fort Dodge St. Edmond won the meet with 51...

Newell-Fonda’s Dustin Johnson hands the ball to the referee

after scoring a touchdown in last Friday’s 92-19 win over

West Harrison. TIMES photo by JEFF MYERS

Mustangs entertain Guthrie Center in first round of 8-man BY JAMIE KNAPP Brian Wilken is awfully concerned about Guthrie Center’s rushing attack, and he should be. The Tigers ran circles around Adair-Casey last Friday night to the tune of 664 yards and 14 touchdowns in a 99-66 win....

Jim Mowrer, seated left, and Steve King sparred from the stage of Anderson

Auditorium at Buena Vista University. Times photo by Dolores Cullen

Steve Williams with his wife Carol behind him are surrounded by some of the

volunteers, who numbered around 50. TIMES photo by DOLORES CULLEN

 

Team members holding their state qualifier banner are pictured from left to right,

front row: John Tuttle and Jacob Husman. Second row: Matthew Swanson, Michael

Swanson, Ross Friedrich, Trenton Delp and Sean Berg.

Newell-Fonda’s Dustin Johnson hands the ball to the referee

after scoring a touchdown in last Friday’s 92-19 win over

West Harrison. TIMES photo by JEFF MYERS

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Jim Mowrer, seated left, and Steve King sparred from the stage of Anderson

Auditorium at Buena Vista University. Times photo by Dolores Cullen

Mowrer says King doesn’t understand military life, since he never volunteered Challenger goes after incumbent throughout their debate at BVU By TOM CULLEN Steve King, R-Kiron, appeared ready to walk off Anderson Auditorium stage on Thursday after Jim Mowrer, D-Boone, questioned his...

Steve Williams with his wife Carol behind him are surrounded by some of the

volunteers, who numbered around 50. TIMES photo by DOLORES CULLEN

 

Farmers from all over help wheelchair bound Williams after accident By DOLORES CULLEN Farmers in combines, grain carts, semis, tractors and wagons descended on the Steve Williams farm northeast of Storm Lake Monday and harvested 300 acres of corn in five and a half hours. “We’ve done...

Sports

Team members holding their state qualifier banner are pictured from left to right,

front row: John Tuttle and Jacob Husman. Second row: Matthew Swanson, Michael

Swanson, Ross Friedrich, Trenton Delp and Sean Berg.

Tuesday, 28/10/14
Warrior boys place 2nd in regional meet Alta-Aurelia will be advancing to the boys state cross country meet for the fourth year in a row. The Warriors turned the trick by finishing second in a Class 1A state qualifying meet last Thursday in Holstein. Fort Dodge St. Edmond won the meet...

Newell-Fonda’s Dustin Johnson hands the ball to the referee

after scoring a touchdown in last Friday’s 92-19 win over

West Harrison. TIMES photo by JEFF MYERS

Tuesday, 28/10/14
Mustangs entertain Guthrie Center in first round of 8-man BY JAMIE KNAPP Brian Wilken is awfully concerned about Guthrie Center’s rushing attack, and he should be. The Tigers ran circles around Adair-Casey last Friday night to the tune of 664 yards and 14 touchdowns in a 99-66...

Ridge View’s Logan Richard tries to tackle Western Christian’s Taylor

Miedema after he intercepted a pass in last Friday’s game. TIMES

photo by ROB MCCARTNEY

Tuesday, 28/10/14
Raptors fall 31-21 Ridge View was poised to pull off a dramatic fourth-quarter comeback and save their playoff hopes, but Taylor Miedema had other ideas. The Western Christian defensive back intercepted a pass late in the fourth quarter and returned it 42 yards for a touchdown to help...

Family & Friends

Tuesday, 28/10/14
By MARY CULLEN The Storm Lake Times’ newest hire is reporter Whitney Robinson of Storm Lake. A 2009 Storm Lake High School graduate, she graduated from the University of South Dakota, Vermillion, in 2013 with a major in psychology and a minor in health science...

From left, Sioux Central Rebel Jonah Kueny and Alta-Aurelia Warrior Michael

Kueny. Photo by Sarah Kueny

Tuesday, 28/10/14
By MARY CULLEN Cousins Jonah and Michael Kueny, who attend two different schools, have fun competing against each other in various activities. Recently eighth graders Jonah, 13, who attends Sioux Central School and Michael, 13, a student at Alta-Aurelia Middle School...

Opinions

Last Thursday’s congressional debate was great sport, great television and great politics as Boone Democrat Jim Mowrer gave Kiron Republican Steve King the beating we have been waiting for lo these dozen years. Mowrer drew blood with the intimation — intended or not — that King is...
By ART CULLEN Ben Bradlee helped launch the political careers of Tom Harkin and Berkley Bedell, although they had not met him in 1974. And, Bradlee got me interested in a career in newspapers despite me not knowing who he was. Bradlee died last week at 93 following a storied run as editor of The...
By DON BEHM I was watching a re-run of  “Little House on the Prairie.”  A young boy was running with an old broom pretending it was a horse. Years ago this was quite common and cost nothing. Every home had a broom. For some reason a broom always took on a funny shape after...
Storm Lake is leading Iowa into a new future. That was the theme of a Des Moines Register/USA Today analysis this week showing that The City Beautiful today is what Iowa will look like in about 45 years. When The Register’s reporter called to get our take on the story, we suggested that other...

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