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Past articles by Greg:

Iowa GOP co-chair stresses party unity ahead of election

SIOUX CITY | In just five months, voters will elect a new president and a host of federal, state and county office holders. → Read More

Heelan schools to host annual auction Saturday

SIOUX CITY | Bishop Heelan Schools will host its annual auction Saturday. → Read More

USD grad new voice of the Brewers, product of sports passion

VERMILLION, S.D. | When Iowans and baseball are mentioned in the same sentence, scenes of "Field of Dreams" often come to mind. But for one Iowa native and Siouxland grad, → Read More

Three juveniles injured in Sioux City rollover Wednesday

A single vehicle rollover on a Sioux City road sent three juveniles to an area hospital Wednesday. → Read More

Interested in a career? We've got a class for that

The Sioux City School District offers a multitude of courses that not only teach Common Core, but allow students to hone in skills to be future ready, whether those trades → Read More

Vermillion grad killed in Air Force base shooting remembered as loving friend, father

VERMILLION, S.D. | A former Vermillion resident killed during a murder-suicide at an Air Force base in San Antonio last week risked his own life to protect a fellow officer. → Read More

Sioux City students "get their geek on" at North High 'StarCon'

SIOUX CITY | North High School freshman Kyla McPeek dreamed of one day attending a Comic-Con, but never once expected her first one to be right in her high school. → Read More

East High's Washinowski named Sioux City School District teacher of the year

SIOUX CITY | Sioux City East High School social studies teacher Jeff Washinowski has been named the district’s 2017 Teacher of the Year. → Read More

Sioux City School Board to consider budget certification

SIOUX CITY | The Sioux City School Board will vote Thursday to certify the district’s budget for the 2016-2017 academic year. → Read More

Briar Cliff to announce new president Thursday

Briar Cliff University will announce its new president Thursday morning. → Read More

Sergeant Bluff-Luton voters strike down bond issue for second time in six months

SERGEANT BLUFF | For the second time in six months, voters in the Sergeant Bluff-Luton School District on Tuesday defeated a measure to finance new construction to deal with crowded → Read More

SB-L voters strike down $39 million bond vote

Voters in the Sergeant Bluff-Luton school district turned down a $39 million bond issue Tuesday. → Read More

Norm Waitt Sr. YMCA to discontinue tackle football

Due to studies and research related to concussions, the Norm Waitt Sr. YMCA will no longer offer youth tackle football. → Read More

Sheriff: Milford, Iowa man leads Dickinson County deputies on chase

MILFORD, Iowa | A Milford, Iowa, man faces felony charges in connection to a high-speed pursuit Saturday evening. → Read More

Sioux City second-graders show helmet safety can be fun

SIOUX CITY | The question was simple, the responses were fun and light hearted. → Read More

Akron-Westfield brings back bond vote for school improvements

AKRON, Iowa | Six months ago, a bond measure to bring improvements to the Akron-Westfield school district failed, but administration ultimately found encouragement in the results. → Read More

Debate on Sergeant Bluff-Luton bond continues as vote nears

SERGEANT BLUFF, Iowa | More than 50 people, including school administrators and staff and citizens gathered at the Sergeant Bluff-Luton High School auditorium for one last overview of a proposed → Read More

Second suspect in vehicle theft, arson, arrested

A second suspect in a vehicle theft from a Sioux City dealership has been arrested, according to court documents. → Read More

Eight Siouxland organizations receive grants through Siouxland's Women United

SIOUX CITY | Siouxland’s Women United on Wednesday awarded more than $60,000 to programs that benefit the area’s youth. → Read More

Budget cuts become clearer for Sioux City Schools as deadline approaches

SIOUX CITY | As the final budget approval looms next month for the Sioux City School District, the school board and administrators got a clearer look at possible cuts from → Read More