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Facade plan could launch in 2 months By JOEY AGUIRRE The Downtown Revitalization Project is progressing and will take another step towards construction once the historical surveys are returned back to Storm Lake City Hall. The $800,000 revitalization project will involve the facades of the...
Legislators swell lake funding, talk up REAP, test a sales tax hike for environment By ART CULLEN Funding for natural resources moved forward in the closing weeks of the Iowa Legislature. Among the achievements:          • The lake restoration...
Landgraf scouting at home, afar for ideas on new wing By JOEY AGUIRRE Methodist Manor CEO Nick Landgraf is touring different health care facilities across the state getting more ideas for the $7 million addition that will be coming to Storm Lake. Landgraf, who took over as CEO in August of last...

Sports

Storm Lake’s Tanner Hoops focuses on the ball as he hits a backhand

shot during his singles match in Tuesday’s meet against Spencer.

Thursday, 17/04/14
Tornado boys, girls both suffer 9-0 losses Spencer won all six matches in singles play and took all three doubles bouts to hand Storm Lake a 9-0 setback in a Lakes Conference boys tennis match on Tuesday in...
Thursday, 17/04/14
Grace Dierenfield fired a 49 to capture medalist honors and Rylee James was runner-up medalist with a 55 as Storm Lake won a Lakes Conference triangular girls golf meet on Tuesday at Estherville. The...
Thursday, 17/04/14
Josh McCormick fired a 38 to capture medalist honors and Jack Glienke was runner-up medalist with a 39 as Alta-Aurelia beat Pocahontas Area by 10 strokes in a Twin Lakes Conference boys dual golf meet on...

Storm Lake’s Kristian Kelly, Corey Meth, Joy Bral and Trey Crouch (left to right)

participate in the Shelby County Trap and Shoot last Saturday in Harlan.

Photo courtesy of Jean Bral

Thursday, 17/04/14
The Storm Lake trapshooting team participated in the Shelby County Trap and Shoot for their first competition of the season last Saturday in Harlan. Two Storm Lake teams competed. The first team, which...
Facade plan could launch in 2 months By JOEY AGUIRRE The Downtown Revitalization Project is progressing and will take another step towards construction once the historical surveys are returned back to Storm Lake City Hall. The $800,000 revitalization project will involve the facades of the...
Landgraf scouting at home, afar for ideas on new wing By JOEY AGUIRRE Methodist Manor CEO Nick Landgraf is touring different health care facilities across the state getting more ideas for the $7 million addition that will be coming to Storm Lake. Landgraf, who took over as CEO in August of last...

Storm Lake’s Tanner Hoops focuses on the ball as he hits a backhand

shot during his singles match in Tuesday’s meet against Spencer.

Tornado boys, girls both suffer 9-0 losses Spencer won all six matches in singles play and took all three doubles bouts to hand Storm Lake a 9-0 setback in a Lakes Conference boys tennis match on Tuesday in Storm Lake. Ross Dewerff, Jake Luedtke, Brett Dewerff and Tanner Hoops all fell by 10-2...

Storm Lake’s Kristian Kelly, Corey Meth, Joy Bral and Trey Crouch (left to right)

participate in the Shelby County Trap and Shoot last Saturday in Harlan.

Photo courtesy of Jean Bral

The Storm Lake trapshooting team participated in the Shelby County Trap and Shoot for their first competition of the season last Saturday in Harlan. Two Storm Lake teams competed. The first team, which included Kristian Kelly (40), Corey Meth (24), Joy Bral (27), Trey Crouch (47) and Isaiah...

Storm Lake’s Tanner Hoops focuses on the ball as he hits a backhand

shot during his singles match in Tuesday’s meet against Spencer.

Storm Lake’s Kristian Kelly, Corey Meth, Joy Bral and Trey Crouch (left to right)

participate in the Shelby County Trap and Shoot last Saturday in Harlan.

Photo courtesy of Jean Bral

Family & Friends

Christian Lamaak, right, UnityPoint hospice case manager and Marge Glasnapp,

long-time hospice volunteer.

Thursday, 17/04/14
UnityPoint Hospice honored its area volunteers with a come and go coffee served at Tea with Lillian in Sac City. Hospice volunteers offer comfort and support to patients and families during the journey at...

Don and Helen Stieneke

Thursday, 17/04/14
Don Stieneke and Helen Grieme Stieneke will celebrate their 65th wedding anniversary on April 24. Don and Helen were married on Sunday, April 24, 1949 at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Alta. Their wedding...
Thursday, 17/04/14
Ridge View had boys and girls state participants from the Galva and Holstein Legions and Auxiliaries. Boys state were Ben Hayden, Kelby Wunschel, Bradley Flogstad, Noah Frahm and Dantae Schafer. Girls state...

Fred Moore

Thursday, 17/04/14
Fred Moore, president of Buena Vista University, spoke to a group of students on Tuesday, April 8 at Sioux Central High School. Moore used the mnemonics of Sioux Central High School and associated a...

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