Sioux City


Russell and Diana Wooley, the founders of LAMB Arts Regional Theatre & School, announced a capital campaign to turn Sioux City’s old auditorium, at 625 Douglas St., into the Center for the Performing Arts.

Argentinian artist Martin Ron has painted a mural of a man and his dog sitting under a giant sea turtle in Buenos Aires. He’s painted people picnicking on the tail of a shark in Benalla, Australia. And now, he’s working on painting two people lounging on top of buffalo in downtown Sioux City.

Ode: Finding my family

Oct 4, 2017
Ally Karsyn

A 20-year-old college student has to make a life or death decision for her mom.

Ty Rushing
Ally Karsyn

A Kansas City native ignores his family's advice and moves to a mostly-white community in a state that he doesn't know much about.

Alex Watters
Ally Karsyn

I stood next to my mom at the end of the driveway… and said, “How much would that suck to be paralyzed?”

Bertha Iniguez
Ally Karsyn

 

I wanted him to be happy, and I didn’t think it was with me… even though he assured me that it was.

Kassie Henderson
Ally Karsyn

 

I stepped off the ledge and discovered: life is not like a movie.

Ryan Dowell Baum
Ally Karsyn

It was a crisp, cool evening in the fall of 2004. I stared up at the night sky, smiling at the dazzling city lights of New York that made it one of the few places in the world where even at night, the clouds were more visible than the stars. As I looked up, I noted that there was no moon tonight—and that that was no coincidence. It was the new moon that marked the beginning of the month of Ramadan, when Muslims believe the first verses of the Qur’an were revealed to the Prophet Muhammad.

EDM. Indie jam. Rock ‘n’ beats. Hip hop. Punk. Pop. And metal. There’s a new music festival in Sioux City this weekend. And it’s like… Whatever.

City Council to Revisit Fireworks Ordinance

Jul 7, 2017

On Monday, the Sioux City Council will reconsider its ordinance that allows several days for residents to discharge fireworks. The Iowa legislature legalized the private use of fireworks and cities in April.  Sioux City currently allows fireworks from June 25th until the 4th of July.   This morning at a city news conference, city councilor Dan Moore said he believed that the city allowed too many days for people to set off fireworks.

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