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Past articles by Kirby:

Sioux City to host state business conference in June

Sioux City will host a statewide business conference in June. → Read More

City skimped on features at Tyson Events Center, officials say

The decision to skimp on certain features to open the Tyson Events Center in 2003 is coming back to bite the city. → Read More

South Sioux City leaders say proposed tax bill could hurt school district

South Sioux City school officials are worried a proposed Nebraska legislative bill could further reduce the district's state aid. → Read More

Rose Hill residents torn on proposed historic requirements

During Monday's City Council meeting, Rose Hill residents expressed praise and disappointment in the city's plan to help protect the historic neighborhood. → Read More

Morningside residents block Verizon tower, for now

About 15 Morningside residents were successful Monday in blocking Verizon Wireless from constructing a cell phone tower in their neighborhood, at least for now. → Read More

Sioux City Council to hear I-29 construction update

The Iowa Department of Transportation will provide an update Monday to the City Council on the Interstate 29 reconstruction project. → Read More

Baker joins Sioux City therapy clinic

Associates for Psychological and Therapy Services in Sioux City has announced a new addition to its clinic in the Indian Hills Shopping Center. → Read More

Cone Park $1.4M over estimates; city looks for more funding

City officials are looking for more ways to fund the costs for Cone Park, which were estimated at $1.4 million more than expected. → Read More

Waitt to speak during entrepreneur event in Sioux City

Twenty-two Siouxland organizations will co-sponsor Entrepalooza, a 10-day event, which begins at 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 15. → Read More

Sioux City Council to discuss preserving Rose Hill neighborhood

City officials are exploring a plan to help protect the historic status of a Sioux City neighborhood on the National Register of Historic Places. → Read More

City officials to discuss $69M capital improvements budget

The city proposes to spend nearly $300 million on capital improvements over the next five years, a $44 million increase compared to the previous budget year. → Read More

Sioux City bar criticized after waiter refuses service to nursing mom

A Sioux City bar has received criticism on social media after a weekend incident in which a server denied service to a breastfeeding mother.A Sioux City bar received heat on → Read More

In Sioux City, Sanders honors Carson campaign worker who died Tuesday

In his campaign visit to Sioux City on Tuesday, Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders said Iowa's snowy roads reminded him of his home in Burlington, Vermont. → Read More

Disc golf headed for Grandview Park

A nine-hole disc golf course at Sioux City's Grandview Park could open by spring or summer, city officials said Monday. → Read More

IHS announces 2 hires at Winnebago hospital

WINNEBAGO, Neb. | The Indian Health Service announced the hospital in Winnebago has two new full-time employees. → Read More

Two-way streets downtown? Officials tout public safety

An end to one-way traffic on Fifth and Sixth streets in downtown Sioux City could cut two to three minutes off the time it takes ambulances to get to Mercy → Read More

Ricketts responds to South Sioux City concerns about state education funding

Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts said the South Sioux City school district, one of the state’s poorest school systems, could benefit from a boost in state aid over the next two → Read More

Conditions at Sioux City apartments rely on out-of-state investor

The physical condition of some of the city's older rental housing often depends on how much out-of-state investors are willing to spend. → Read More

Powerball ticket sales in Sioux City surge as record jackpot swells to $1.5B

Maybe the Powerball will strike twice in Sioux City. → Read More

Sioux City Council approves state tax credit for Curly's Foods

The City Council approved a contract Monday that will deliver $360,000 in state tax incentives for a $9 million expansion of the Curly Foods plant in Sioux City. → Read More