South Sioux City

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The Sioux City Council is expected to vote today to vote on an ordinance that would amend water rates for South Sioux City and Dakota Dunes.

According to the Sioux City Journal, the City of Sioux City entered into agreements for water service with South Sioux City and Dakota Dunes in 2002. The agreement with Dakota Dunes was amended in 2004.

The 2020 rates for South Sioux City will decrease by 7.3 percent, while Dakota Dunes' rates will decrease by 4.8 percent. The minimum monthly charge is set at $1,000 per community. 

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The three survivors of a South Dakota plane crash that killed nine members of an extended family from Idaho are in stable condition today.

Brothers Jim and Kirk Hansen, who founded the nutritional and wellness products company Kyani, were killed. The crash also killed their father, Kirk Hansen's children, his sons-in-law, and Jim Hansen's son and grandson.

Kirk's son Josh and Jim's son Matt and son-in-law Thomas Long survived.

Cultural Continuum 6-14-19

Jun 14, 2019

Kris Lager Band is always a big draw and they are in South Sioux City for Cardinal Festival Days, also Jon Wayne brings his band, The Pain to the Downtown Live Stage to kick off a summer of Friday night show by the Sioux City Public Museum. You screaming for ice cream? Le Mars has you covered, it's Ice Cream Days, you know. Plus there's loads of theater going on and the Hard Rock teams up with the Sioux City Conservatory of Music.

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A South Sioux City police officer injured in a recent shoot out with a suspect is slowly recovering from his injuries.

“I feel like I’m getting better every day.  It’s a slow process but it’s getting better.”   And, mentally, I’m trying to get the physical part done first then I’ll work  on the mental.” 

That’s officer Brian VanBerkum, a 19-year veteran of the police force.

The community of South Sioux City lined the streets when VanBerkum was released from the hospital last week.

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Iowa’s mental health regions have until next April to figure out how to fill the gaps in mental health services available to children. But they won’t get any additional funding to do it – at least not this year.

The mandate comes after Governor Kim Reynolds signed a new law today (Wednesday) laying out the first statewide children’s behavioral health system.

Reynolds says some of the services the law calls for are early diagnosis, therapy, and a family crisis hotline.

Green Star Energy Comes to South Sioux City

Jun 11, 2017

South Sioux City will soon be home a first-of-its-kind power plant that will supply South Sioux City with 8 percent of its electricity. Siouxland Public Media’s Mary Hartnett has details.

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