Authorities Say Many More People Heeded Advice This Time Around Compared To Last Month's Blizzard
Law enforcement and rescue crews were kept extremely busy in the December 23rd storm rescuing stranded motorists. They say things have been very quiet so far, atleast, in that regard when it comes to this blizzard.
SL City Council Gives Final Approval To Ordinance Banning Usage Of Fireworks In The City; Approves Wage Increases For City Employees
The Spirit Lake City Council Tuesday evening gave final adoption to a couple of ordinance revisions pertaining to fireworks. One bans the use of fireworks altogether in the city while another pertains to who can be held responsible for violating that ordinance.
Suspension Of Noncommercial Driver's License Expirations Comes To An End In Iowa
If you're driving with an expired driver's license, you should know of some important changes that went into affect with Governor Reynolds' latest update of proclamation of Disaster Emergency related to COVID-19.
Gov. Kim Reynolds Orders Flags Flown At Half Staff
Governor Kim Reynolds has ordered flags in Iowa be flown at half-staff through sunset this Wednesday, January 13th, in honor and remembrance of U.S. Capitol Police Officers Brian Sicknick and Howard Liebengood who died in this past Wednesday's uprising in Washington, D.C.
Mike Hawkins, a fisheries biologist with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources tells KUOO news the systems have recently gone into service for the winter on Center Lake and Silver Lake in Dickinson county and Ingham Lake in Emmet county.
Citations Issued Against Everly Man In Connection With A Collision In Sioux County That Injured A Teen
The Sioux County Sheriff's Office says 28-year-old Trevor Engeltjes of Everly was driving a 2006 Ford pickup pulling a livestock trailer and 17-year-old Pieter Westerbeek V of Sioux Center was driving a 2007 pickup westbound when the two collided at an intersection.