Rib Fest

Ickey Nickel Bar and Grill

The city of Sioux City and the owner of a popular summer hangout are working together to try and come up with a resolution over a camp ground.

Recently, the Ickey Nickel received notice that camping on the property isn’t allowed according to city zoning laws.

Several supporters of the Ickey Nickel appeared at yesterday’s City Council meeting to keep the campsite open.   

City Council Member Rhonda Capron is one of them.

Siouxland Public Media

Frank Lamere spent most of his adult life as an activist.  He lived in South Sioux City and worked as a member of the American Indian Movement in the 1970’s. 

LaMere was a leader in the Democratic party serving as a chairman of the National Native American Caucus and a delegate to the Democratic National Convention many times over. 

He recently received an honorary Doctorate from Nebraska Wesleyan University.  An honor that meant a lot to him. 

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Joanne Fox joins Steve for this first Cultural Continuum of June. Every week things get a little more like summertime.

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