[Masthead] Fair ~ 48°F  
High: 72°F ~ Low: 43°F
Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014

Stories from Wednesday, July 30, 2003

Will bypass mean moving airport, sewage plant? (07/30/03)
Modifications to reflect current or preferred land use will be made to a proposal for the Highway 75/60 corridor land use study before it is brought back to city of Le Mars and Plymouth County officials. Representatives of the city and county, along with landowners, were present Tuesday morning for study session number three related to land use along corridors between three planned bypass interchanges and the city of Le Mars. About 30 people attended the meeting...
Knapp: Delay payment until it's done right (07/30/03)
(Second in a series) City and Contractors: A possible solution "My opinion is the contractor should never have been paid before he left if it wasn't done right," Le Mars council member Rex Knapp said after city crews found themselves returning residents' lawns to original condition following work on a storm sewer project...
Interests range widely but Lund's future is focused (07/30/03)
When he grows up, 10-year-old Eric Lund wants to be a chiropractor. For now, there's LegosŪ, and books, and horses and being a big brother to keep him occupied. Lund, the son of Jaramy and Jenni Lund of Kingsley, goes into the fifth grade at Kingsley-Pierson next year...
Akron-Westfield unseats defending state champ Woodbury Central (07/30/03)
SIOUX CITY ---- Akron-Westfield is going to state. Tarah Colt pitched a masterpiece of a game and shut-out the defending state champs, Woodbury Central 1-0 in Regional Final softball action, Tuesday, July 29 in Sioux City. In the first inning, Woodbury Central threatened to score with two outs when Ivy Guthridge and Whitney McElrath reached base, but Tarah Colt pitched out of the jam with a pop-out to the catcher...
Local Event Calendar (07/30/03)