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Past articles by Lindsey:

TULIP FESTIVAL FLASHBACK: Music teacher embraces Orange City's heritage

ORANGE CITY, Iowa | If you were to ask Sharon Foughty whether participating in the Tulip Festival was optional, she'd probably laugh. "When you live in this community, you participate → Read More

7 quick facts about chocolate

September 13th is International Chocolate Day, and whether it's your go-to indulgent or "not your thing," chocolate is impossible to avoid. Take a quick moment to brush up on your → Read More

7 gifts graduates will actually use

If giving cash isn't your style, try one of these gift ideas for the graduate in your life. → Read More

BackPack program gives students nutritious meals

When Food for Kids launched in the fall of 2006, Linda Scheid had only been working at the Food Bank of Siouxland for a few months. → Read More

What to know about hiking in Woodbury County

Feeling adventurous? You’re in luck. Woodbury County is filled with miles and miles of woods and prairies waiting to be explored. But before your lace up your hiking boots and → Read More

North Middle student selected for Fort Dodge Area Symphony

M'side students elect president SIOUX CITY | Students at Morningside College have elected Alec DeVries of Sioux City as student government president for the 2016-17 academic year. De Vries is a 2013 graduate of Bishop Heelan High School. Other Morningside student government officers elected include Jordan Heim of Madison, South Dakota, vice president; Madison Harpenau of Omaha, Nebraska,… → Read More

100+ Women Who Care launches Siouxland chapter

The 100+ Women Who Care: Siouxland Chapter will hold its first event from 5:30-7 p.m. Tuesday at the Holiday Inn, 701 Gordon Drive. The organization aims to raise more than → Read More

Siouxland elderly nutrition and school lunch menus

Monday: Mini tacos, tossed salad with dressing, refried beans, applesauce, salsa and milk Tuesday: Chicken nuggets with BBQ sauce, mashed potatoes with gravy, carrot sticks with dip, fruit cocktail, bread, margarine and milk Wednesday: Big Daddy pepperoni pizza, dinner salad with tomatoes, mandarin oranges, fat-free chocolate pudding and milk Thursday: Chicken teriyaki stir fry over fried rice,… → Read More

Fortnightly Study Club presents history

Stories of Sioux City's oldest active women's study club will unfold when the Sioux City Fortnightly Study Club present "Sioux City Women's 125-Year Quest for Knowledge" at 2 p.m. on → Read More

Prohibition-era program presented by Sioux City Public Museum

SIOUX CITY | The Sioux City Public Museum will present "Sports, Recreation and Entertainment in Prohibition-Era Sioux City 1916-1933" at 12:05 p.m. Thursday at 607 Fourth St. Attendees are invited → Read More

Encounter Center sets 'Tunes of 1920s' program

"Toe-tapping Tunes of the 1920s" with musical group Play It Forward, a signature event of this year's community-wide reading initiative "One Book One Siouxland," begins at 2 p.m. Sunday at → Read More

Gayville Hall celebrates classic country

Gayville Hall will present "Looking Back a Country Mile," a celebration of old-time country music, at 8 p.m. Saturday at Gayville Hall, 502 Washington St. → Read More

Northwestern orchestra, choir to perform

Northwestern College's chamber orchestra and women's choir will perform in concert at 7:30 p.m. April 22, in Christ Chapel on the college campus, 101 Seventh St. SW. The event is → Read More

WITCC Festival of Nations is Wednesday

Western Iowa Tech Community College will host its third annual Festival of Nations from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Rocklin Center (Room B174) on the main campus, 4647 Stone → Read More

Iowa artists win blue ribbons in show

STORM LAKE, Iowa | The Northwest Iowa Regional Iowa Artists Show was held April 9 at the Witter Gallery in Storm Lake. → Read More

All-American concert band to perform

SIOUX CITY | The All-American concert band will present "April in Paris" at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at Eppley Auditorium on the Morningside College Campus, 1501 Morningside Ave. → Read More

D.C. correspondent to give lecture at Morningside College

SIOUX CITY | Eleanor Clift, a Washington, D.C. correspondent for the online publication The Daily Beast, will present a lecture titled "Picking a President" at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Yockey Family Community Room in the Olsen Student Center, 3609 Peters Ave. Clift's lecture will focus on the 2016 elections. It is free and open to the public. → Read More

Morningside College presents ensemble concert

The Morningside College Music Department will present a chamber ensemble concert at 3 p.m. Sunday in Eppley Auditorium, 3625 Garretson Ave. → Read More

The Gray Havens to perform at Northwestern

The Gray Havens, a husband/wife pop-folk duo, will present a free concert at 8:30 p.m. April 15 in the Hub in Northwestern College's Rowenhorst Student Center. They also will perform → Read More

Western heritage songs, stories at Encounter Center

The Betty Strong Encounter Center will present "Preserving America's Western Heritage with Songs and Tales Along the Trail" at 2 p.m. Sunday. → Read More