New photo gallery at Sioux Gateway terminal

SIOUX CITY — A gallery of photos of familiar sights in Siouxland now grace the walls of the Sioux Gateway Airport terminal.

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Victoria Arlen to headline Women’s Power Lunch

SIOUX CITY — Victoria Arlen will be the keynote speaker at the 19th annual United Way of Siouxland’s Women’s Power Lunch April 24 at Delta Hotels Center.

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Here’s how to properly dispose of leaves in Sioux City

SIOUX CITY — The City of Sioux City reminds residents and commercial landscapers to direct leaf debris away from streets, driveways and sidewalks this autumn.

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Journal kicks off annual Goodfellow charity

SIOUX CITY — For 104 years, the Journal has sponsored Mr. Goodfellow Charities during the holidays to raise money to purchase toys for needy children in Siouxland.

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Sears gets an extra $350 million

Sears Holdings Corp. nailed down a commitment for another loan to keep its doors open as the critical holiday season begins. Great American Capital Partners, a specialty finance company,...

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Bankrupt Sears gets OK to sell stores

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — Sears Holdings Corp. won bankruptcy court approval on Thursday to move forward with plans to stay in business and sell itself, even as it continues...

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Whitaker’s odd path from Iowa to Washington Rose Bowl, day care, law firm — now Justice Department

He was an Iowa lawyer who rose to become one of the most important figures in the nation’s capital. But Matthew Whitaker’s path to the top of the Justice...

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Iowa Democrats hope for brighter future

DES MOINES — Iowa Democrats are in a decadelong slump, not winning a statewide campaign atop the ballot since 2008, the last time U.S. Sen. Tom Harkin was elected....

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House fire in Cedar Rapids destroys car and garage, injures 1

The Linn County Sheriff’s Office has reported a structure fire in Cedar Rapids at 4311 Jacqueline Lane. One person received minor injuries. On Saturday November 17 at approximately 1557...

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Siouxland serves up the goods

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — It could have been any kind of popcorn popping inside the U.S. Naval Academy’s Dahlgren Hall.

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Siouxland serves up the goods

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — It could have been any kind of popcorn popping inside the U.S. Naval Academy’s Dahlgren Hall.