Hull City Council, at its Monday, June 13 meeting, heard a complaint directed at two properties in Hull about junk on the property.
Month: June 2016
Henry Brinks, formerly of Hull now living in Whispering Heights in Rock Valley, recently received the SPIRIT Award from rehab department staff at Hegg Memorial Hospital in Rock Valley.
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PAULLINA-Trinity Christian coach Mike DeJager always encourages his pitchers to throw to contact and let the defense work behind them.
HULL- Ffter coming off a leg injury suffered during the basketball season, Koralee Heynen was the starting pitcher for the first time this season and Trinity Christian rallied behind her for an 8-6 War Eagle Conference victory over South O’Brien Monday, June 6.
MILFORD-Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley softball won on the road against Okoboji Monday, June 6, moving their record up to 7-1.
ORANGE CITY-Western Christian committed a few too many errors which allowed its opponents to have big innings, but the Wolfpack were able to get the outs when they needed them in the end and won the MOC-Floyd Valley tournament championship Saturday, June 4.
AKRON-In baseball the ball sometimes has to roll your way in order to come out with a win. Unfortunately the ball did not roll in Trinity Christian’s favor Friday, June 3 in a 10-0 War Eagle Conference defeat to Akron-Westfield.
AKRON-Trinity Christian committed a slew of errors in the first inning and Akron-Westfield turned them into runs in a 16-0, three-inning War Eagle Conference softball defeat Friday, June 3.
Nighthawk baseball team builds momentum for next week Nathan Broek | MILFORD-Both Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley and Okoboji had strong pitching efforts, but the Pioneers got the one out that decided the game in a 3-2 Siouxland Conference baseball defeat Monday, June 6.
SHELDON-Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley got strong pitching performances from sophomore Kaitlyn Van Der Zwaag for the first two games of the Sheldon softball tournament Saturday, June 4, but the Nighthawks let up on the gas pedal at the end of the day and took two of three games.
Edwin Brunsting 83 83 Charles City, Iowa May 31, 2016 May 31, 2016 Edwin “Ed” Brunsting, 83, of Charles City, Iowa, passed away Tuesday, May 31, 2016, at Floyd County Medical
Boyden and Hull libraries offer world’s largest newsstand Jeanne Visser | Writer Zinio for Libraries, the world’s largest newsstand, offers full-color digital magazines for anytime, anywhere reading on desktops, mobile devises
Last Tuesday’s primary election drew 25 percent of registered voters in Sioux County as they cast ballots in congressional, legislative and local races. There were only two contested races on the Republican ballot.
It is thought that Sonora Smart Dodd of Spokane, Washington, instigated the official Father’s Day. A Mother’s Day sermon in 1909 made her realize Mother’s Day was being celebrated. Anna Jarvis, who began the Mother’s Day celebration by honoring her own mother, inspired her.
There are many ways to be a dad, but being a GREAT dad isn’t easy! Demands of work, family, church, projects and committees, along with kids’ busy schedules often get in the way. It’s hard to spend quality time together.
Kids of all ages crowded into the Hull Public Library last week to sign up for the annual Summer Reading Program. Greeting each one of them with a big smile was summer reading director, Gina Van Lingen.
CHEROKEE-Western Christian played a better game compared to the Central Lyon game Friday, May 25, but Cherokee got a solo home run in the bottom of the seventh to hand the Wolfpack its first Lakes Conference baseball defeat last Wednesday.
SIOUX CITY-Western Christian scored the first goal of the game, but Council Bluffs-St. Albert kept the Wolfpack silent and scored two goals in a 2-1 Class 1A Region 1 girls’ soccer playoff defeat Thursday at Memorial Field in Sioux City.
LEMARS-The Trinity Christian baseball team lost at LeMars Gehlen Catholic Wednesday, June 1, allowing their record to slide down to 1-3.