Driver air lifted to MercyOnePLYMOUTH CO. — The Plymouth County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a call of debris on Highway 75 north of Le Mars in the early morning hours of Monday, July 26. According to a news release, the...
Wine & Chocolate Festival returnsLE MARS — Tickets are now available for the Alzheimer’s Association Wine & Chocolate Festival held in Le Mars on Thursday, Aug. 5, and Sioux City on Friday, Aug. 6. The Le Mars event will be at the...
Fair church service continuesPLYMOUTH CO. — The Plymouth County Fair has hosted a Sunday worship service at the fair since 1981, first outdoors and then indoors. That tradition continues this year when the churches of Adaville...
Families get creative at ‘Family Art Night’LE MARS — Thursday nights are “Family Art Night” at the Le Mars Arts Center. Each Thursday from 5-7 p.m., families and friends are able to come to the arts center and participate in working on a...
Dorhout takes oath as lieutenant for sheriff’s officePLYMOUTH CO. — Plymouth County has a new lieutenant in town. Family, fellow law enforcement officers and friends convened at the Plymouth County Courthouse on Friday, July 23, to see Sergeant Scott...
The Main Street masterLE MARS — After more than 12 years of dedicating herself to the betterment of the Le Mars community, Le Mars Area Chamber of Commerce Main Street Manager Mary Reynolds retired from her position on...
Council OKs yield signs for intersectionsLE MARS — Two intersections on Third Avenue Southeast will have yield signs following council action at the July 20 council meeting. The Public Safety Committee met on July 14, and discussed traffic...
Cone gives patriotic feel1LE MARS — Several of the local fiberglass ice cream cones have been repainted this summer, including one standing on the corner of Eighth Street and Central Avenue. Completed in May by artist Jill...
Library asks for your opinionLE MARS — The Le Mars Public Library is seeking community input on the services and programs it provides for residents. Le Mars Public Library Director Shirley Taylor says it’s important for a number...
Entries accepted for food exhibitPLYMOUTH CO. — If you like preserving fruits and vegetables, making juices, jam or jelly, or baking a pie or a batch of cookies, it might be time to take your talent to the Plymouth County Fair and...
- RSM makes it a six-peat (7/22/21)
- Fair truck pays tribute to Agri-Vision, Boy Scouts (7/21/21)
- Welcome cyclists (7/21/21)
- Travelers advised of passport delays (7/21/21)
- Quilt auction returns to the fair (7/21/21)
- Council OKs street closures (7/21/21)
- Giving back to the city that raised him (7/19/21)
- Officers welcome Ernst (7/19/21)
- Band to perform its final summer concert (7/19/21)
- Brooks ends 40 year teaching career (7/19/21)
- LCS board talks lunch program balance (7/19/21)
- Iowa’s unemployment rate increases to 4.0 percent in June (7/18/21)
- Honoring the buckle’s 40 years (7/16/21)
- Empowering broadband (7/16/21)
- Brothers honored for service (7/16/21)
Willow Creek hosts Men’s City Golf TournamentLE MARS — Willow Creek Golf Course hosted the Men’s City Golf Tournament on July 18. The championship group played all 27 holes at the course, beginning with the Red course followed by the Black course and then the Green course. Brian Schultz came away as the winner of the championship group with a 106 across the 27 holes. He was +1 with a 36 on the opening nine and then -1 with a 35 on his second nine. He was even par with a 35 on the last nine...
- Top-seeded Remsen St. Mary’s blasts Grundy Center in quarterfinalsCARROLL — Blaine Harpenau didn’t allow a hit in his near-complete game on the mound while the Remsen St. Mary’s offense pounded out 18 hits in a 14-0 five inning win for the top-seeded Hawks over Grundy Center in the Class 1A state quarterfinal round on Monday at Merchants Park...
- Teaching golf to the next generation (7/26/21)
- Le Mars Junior Classic held at Willow Creek (7/26/21)
- No. 10 Tri-Center holds No. 5 Kingsley-Pierson scoreless in substate game (7/22/21)
- No. 3 Remsen St. Mary’s extends state tournament streak to six (7/21/21)
- Lady Hawks lose to last year’s champs in consolation game (7/20/21)
- Remsen St. Mary’s falls to Wayne in 1A state softball quarterfinals (7/19/21)
Deloris B. Milton (7/23/21)Deloris B. Milton, 91, of Hinton, died Tuesday, July 20, 2021, at Accura HealthCare of Le Mars. Deloris Betty Schindel was born on June 5, 1930, to Ralph and Alvina (Hahn) Schindel in Hungerford...
Lavonne Engelbrecht (7/23/21)Lavonne Engelbrecht, 95, of Le Mars, died Sunday, July 18, 2021, at the Good Samaritan Society in Le Mars. Lavonne Darlene (Jacobs) Engelbrecht was born Aug. 29, 1925, in rural Le Mars, the daughter...
Deloris B. Milton (7/21/21)
Lavonne Engelbrecht (7/21/21)Lavonne Engelbrecht, 95, of Le Mars, died Sunday, July 18, 2021, at the Good Samaritan Society of Le Mars. Funeral services will be 2 p.m., Monday, July 26, at Rexwinkel Funeral Home in Le Mars. Her...
Help WantedLE MARS COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Bus Drivers regular routes/substitutes, $21.23/hr, IPERS for regular routes. If interested, apply on-line at: www.lemarscsd.org Bus driver positions require CDL, school bus passenger endorsement, pre-employment drug screening, and DOT physical. District will reimburse for all fees to obtain these requirements, including pre-employment drug screening upon successful result. Bus driver questions can be directed to Codie Kellen, Transportation Director 712-546-6801....
Help WantedLE MARS COMMUNITY SCHOOLS Teacher Associates: MS Special Education MS Special Ed. Behavioral Disorders $16.02/hr, 30 to 32.5 hrs/wk, IPERS If interested, apply online at www.lemarscsd.org Open until filled EOE
Le Mars Apartments for Rent1BR shared apartment. Everything included $300 712-635-8368
Le Mars Apartments for Rent1br (Main Floor) @ Royal Park Apts incl. Stove, fridge, dishwasher. As well as laundry, pool, fitness room onsite. No pets No Smoking. Must fill out an application prior to showing. Call between 8am - 8pm 712-540-3223.
FreebiesTo give away 55 Gallon Aquarium with stand.548-4624
Help WantedWANTED: Teacher for Le Mars Early Head Start. 40 hours per week, Monday through Friday (8am - 4pm) year around. Eligible for benefits, including IPERS. For more information and to apply online, please visit www.midsioux.org. 1-800-859-2021. An Equal Opportunity Employer
Help WantedWANTED: Training Specialist for Mid-Sioux Opportunity, Inc. Child Care Resource & Referral. 40 hours per week. Eligible for benefits including IPERS. Position is based in Remsen. For more information & to apply online, please visit www.midsioux.org. 1-800-859-2025. An Equal Opportunity Employer.
Help WantedWANTED: Classroom aide/Bus Monitor for Le Mars Early Head Start. 25 hours per week, Monday-Friday (7:30 am -12:30pm), September to May. Eligible for benefits, including IPERS. For more information & to apply online, please visit www.midsioux.org 1-800-859-2025 An Equal Opportunity Employer.
AuctionsTractors, Trailer, Riding lawn mower, Disc mower @ Live/Internet Auction; Saturday, August 14 @ 11:00AM @ 29703 K64, Kingsley, IA; Lee Wiener, Owner Auctioneer: Jim Klein @ Klein Realty & Auction Co. and Iowa Auction Group
AuctionsEvening Household Auction Wednesday, July 28th , 2021 @ 5:30PM. 1901 S Maple St, Sioux City, IA. Nice Household, Harley Davidson Items, Hand Tools, Guns, Lawn/Garden & Misc., & more. Rich Plendl – owner. STABE AUCTION & REALTY 712-540-9640.
- The Main Street master
- Cone gives patriotic feel
- Welcome cyclists
- No. 3 Remsen St. Mary’s extends state tournament streak to six
- Brothers honored for service
- Brooks ends 40 year teaching career
- Giving back to the city that raised him
- Fair truck pays tribute to Agri-Vision, Boy Scouts
- Challenge grant gets council support
- Dorhout takes oath as lieutenant for sheriff’s office