STAFF BLOG TALES FROM THE CHIEF What a storm ...
... and clearly, what we had here in Worthington paled in comparison to what took place to our south.
On Friday night about 9:15 p.m. or so, the thunder started to rumble pretty ominously outside, and... Posted on 6/27/10 at 8:43 AM
SIBLEY, Iowa — Gov. Terry Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds outlined their plan for improving Iowa through an “Our Opportunity, Our Iowa” town hall meeting Tuesday afternoon at the Sibley Public Library.
Junior wins miming award at statewide speech meet
SIBLEY, Iowa — Without saying a word, Sibley-Ocheyedan junior Alecia Martinez captured one of Iowa’s highest miming awards recently at the Iowa High School Speech Association Large Group All-State Speech Festival.
SIBLEY, Iowa — “You don’t see ads for girdles anymore.”
That is Marguerite Bothof’s first observation as she looks over several decades’ worth of clippings of advertisements for the store that bears her name.
Planned 16.2-mile trail hoped to be done in five years
SIBLEY, Iowa — Clad in yellow T-shirts that urged people to “Get up, get out and get moving,” members of the Osceola Recreational Trail Association celebrated a ribbon cutting in Sibley Saturday afternoon for the completion of 1,800 feet of paved trail that runs along the east side of the golf course
SIBLEY, Iowa — The Osceola Community Hospital and Community Blood Bank will conduct a blood drive from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2:30 to 6 p.m. Friday by the commercial building at the Osceola County Fairgrounds in Sibley.
All blood types are needed.
SIBLEY, Iowa — He’s been retired for a number of years, but Ted Krull still dons his standard work uniform — a pair of denim overalls — just about every day.
“I always did carpenter work, and I grew up on the farm,” Ted explained about his attire.
The only other uniform Ted has ever worn is that of a volunteer firefighter. Ted joined the Sibley Fire Department in 1950, and at age 91 he’s still an honorary member today. That’s 62 years, giving Ted one of the longest current firefighter legacies in Iowa
SIBLEY, Iowa — Sometimes, fighting for our country isn’t enough.
Even beyond the combat zone, members of the VFW strive to do good things for fellow veterans and citizens on both a community and national level.
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