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THE MAN WHO WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN THE RESTORATION OF SIOUX CITY’S ORPHEUM THEATER HAS DIED.

RAY SHEPARDSON PASSED AWAY MONDAY AT AGE 70 IN WHEATON, ILLINOIS.

SHEPARDSON WAS NATIONALLY REKNOWN FOR RESTORING THEATERS WHEN SIOUX CITY HIRED HIM FOR THE ORPHEUM PROJECT.

IN AN INTERVIEW WITH GEORGE LINDBLADE DURING THE RESTORATION IN 2000, SHEPARDSON TALKED ABOUT HIS LOVE FOR THE ORPHEUM PROJECT:


OC… ADORE THIS PLACE. :26

IRVING JENSEN JR, WHO HEADS THE ORPHEUM PRESERVATION BOARD, TOLD LINDBLADE THAT SHEPARDSON WAS THE KEY TO GETTING THE PROJECT COMPLETED:


OC….ON THE SCENE. :04

THE ORPHEUM CELEBRATED A GRAND RE-OPENING IN 2001 AND HAS HOSTED A WIDE RANGE OF CONCERTS, OFF-BROADWAY SHOWS AND FILMS SINCE THAT TIME

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CITY EXPLAINS WARNING SIREN ACTIVATION PLAN

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Sioux City Fire Rescue and Woodbury County Emergency Services have four scenarios where our outdoor warning sirens will be activated. Assistant City Fire Chief Jim Clark says the first two [...]