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A committee that’s tasked with mitigating flooding on the Little Sioux River and the bottleneck on the Lower Gar northeast of Milford met in secret on Tuesday in the Dickinson County …

Following the issuance of mandatory water conservation efforts, the Storm Lake City Council discussed plans to construct a new water treatment plant to accommodate the city’s currently full …

Following an energetic public forum, the Storm Lake City Council had a work session July 1 to discuss the potential codification of a Trap-Neuter-Return program that aims to curtail the city’s …

Trial scheduled for daycare neglect case A jury will be empaneled next September to hear an Alta family’s claims that a child was scalded at Ready, Set, GROW Learning Center in Alta in …

Storm Lake Times photos take us back to July 4, 2006.

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources is hosting eight meetings in Western Iowa to discuss the status of the region’s deer herd as population levels have fallen in recent years. …

Iowa DNR's July 3 fishing report for Storm Lake and Little Storm Lake. The w ater temperatures are in the upper 70s. Black Crappie fishing is slow, while channel Catfish is fair. Largemouth Bass …

Chris Stein,  US Politics Reporter at the Guardian News & Media visited with Art Cullen recently to discuss immigration laws and how recent legislation will impact the City Beautiful.  …

Megan Molseed and Luciano Tarin Gonzalez   will determine the winner of the Admiral’s Award, the best entry in the 2024 Star Spangled Spectacular Big Parade. The Admirals Award, …

Storm Lake's Star Spangled Spectacular is about to kick off and thousands of visitors will pour into The City Beautiful. Able Commodores Holly Schipper and Liz Smith have overseen the …

The Dickinson County Board of Supervisors was considering releasing the outlet of the Lower Gar Lake, but deferred the decision to a multi-jurisdiction committee that’s expected to meet in …

The State of Iowa and the Federal Emergency Management Agency have promised the full forces of state and federal governments to assist over 2,000 homeowners who were affected by historic flooding in …

The city is expected to implement the three strategies in the next two years, or a longer timeframe, according to City Manager Keri Navratil. A committee has already been created to discuss reforms …

The Storm Lake City Council approved an agreement with Lake Animal Hospital, ensuring the city will pay sheltering and associated costs for five days after a stray arrives.  The agreement …

The Storm Lake City Council will continue to review and revise the city’s ordinances on dogs, cats and “dangerous and vicious” animals. The city council agreed to ordinance that …

‘Jungle Jim’ expects to be back on Willow Street Jim Gano has survived 10 floods throughout decades of life in Cherokee. He’s never left his home during any of the floods. …

The public is invited to Flags of the Fallen, a ceremony to be held at 7 p.m. Friday evening at the Sioux Rapids American  Legion building on Main Street. The hall was flooded to a depth of …

Wednesday was the fifth day of the marathon struggle against floodwaters in Sioux Rapids and it was a day when people were getting tired. All the cars at Sioux Rapids Auto are unsalvageable, …

The water temperatures at Storm Lake - including Little Storm Lake, remain steady in the upper 70s. Reports note that Black crappies are slow, but fishing is fair for the Largemouth Bass. Bass like …

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