EMMETSBURG-Class 1A sixth-ranked Western Christian rode the legs of running back Ben Granstra to a 48-6 stomping of Emmetsburg in District 1 football action Friday.
Month: September 2016
Julia Dykstra 83 Sheldon, Iowa September 13, 2016 Julia Dykstra, 83, of Sheldon, Iowa, passed away Tuesday, Sept.
Linda Mulder 70 Carmel, Iowa September 13, 2016 Linda Jean Mulder, 70, of Carmel, Iowa, died unexpectedly Tuesday, Sept.
Carl Smid 68 Worthington, MN September 11, 2016 Carl E. Smid, 68, of Worthington, Minnesota, died of cancer Sunday, Sept.
Premier Communications, a leading provider of voice, video and data services, recently purchased communication services in several northwest Iowa territories from Consolidated Communications, formerly operated under Hickory Tech and Enventis.
The Hull Industrial Development Corporation announced last week that 38 new residential lots will be available for sale before the end of 2016.
SIBLEY-After racing on a hilly course at Okoboji the week before, the Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley, Western Christian and Trinity Christian cross-country teams took to a flat course at Sibley Golf and Country Club Tuesday, Sept. 6. Many local runners improved their times and helped their team to success.
Boyden-Hull Volleyball Strong serving earns Comets first league win INWOOD-Boyden-Hull served at a 72 percent clip and dropped in 17 aces to earn a four-set victory over West Lyon in Siouxland Conference volleyball Thursday.
Western Christian football Western quickly turns things around against AKRON-Class 1A sixth-ranked Western Christian was on a mission to show improvements after its defeat to Class 2A top-ranked Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley in week one.
OMAHA, NE-Class 2A top-ranked Western Christian always begins the season a little later than some of the other local high schools and the Wolfpack were eager to start off their season at a Friday and Saturday tournament in Omaha, Nebraska, Friday, Sept. 3 and Saturday, Sept. 4.
HULL Trinity Christian did not take long to get into a groove and the Tigers carried that early momentum for two War Eagle Conference victories over Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn/Remsen Union and Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn at a home volleyball triangular Tuesday, Sept. 6.
HULL-Class 2A top-ranked Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley lost a heartbreaker at home against West Lyon Friday night, Sept. 2.
Takeuchi-US, a global innovation leader, has chosen New Tec Inc. of Hull to be a new dealer of its compact equipment.
Businesses in Sioux County keep growing and expanding, according to numbers just released by the State Data Center of Iowa.
The data center reported
At the Legion meeting Tuesday evening, Sept. 6, Gerald Bonestroo was surprised with an honor for his son, Ken Bonestroo.
MILFORD-The Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley and Trinity Christian cross-country teams took to a hilly Woodlyn Hills Golf Club course Thursday for their first race of the 2016 season.
HULL-Trinity Christian served at a .908 clip and dropped in 15 ace serves to aid the Tigers in a 25-18, 24-26, 25-17, 25-17 War Eagle Conference volleyball victory over South O’Brien Tuesday, Aug. 30.
Boyden-Hull volleyball Comets find room for improvement at home HULL-Boyden-Hull had the home-court advantage at an early-season volleyball tournament Thursday, but the Comets ran into two scrappy teams and finished the night 1-2.
SPIRIT LAKE-The Spirit Lake Invitational cross-country meet at Brooks Golf Club had its fair share of stiff competition to test Western Christian’s teams. The Wolfpack ran hard against some of the top teams and runners in the state and finished fourth and third.
Myrna Van Beek 76 Bradenton, Florida August 30, 2016 Myrna Van Beek, 76, of Bradenton, Florida, died Tuesday, Aug.