THE PEIRCE MANSION ON JACKSON STREET WILL HOST A HALLOWEEN THEMED OPEN HOUSE THIS SUNDAY AFTERNOON. SIOUX CITY MUSEUM DIRECTOR STEVE HANSEN SAYS THE OLD MUSEUM WILL PROVIDE THE PERFECT SETTING FOR HALLOWEEN FUN:
HANSEN SAYS THOSE IMPROVEMENTS HAVE RESTORED THE HOME TO ITS ORIGINAL 1893 LOOK:
THE OPEN HOUSE RUNS FROM 1PM UNTIL 4PM SUNDAY AT 2901 JACKSON STREET.
Plymouth County authorities are investigating an armed robbery and a burglary that occurred in Le Mars Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morning.
Wednesday around 1:00 p.m. a male suspect knocked on the door at 49 Oak Street, displayed a handgun and demanded money.
The victim gave the suspect an undisclosed amount of cash and he fled the area. The suspect is a white male in his early twenties who wore a white shirt with ripped jeans.
The burglary was discovered at 9:00 a.m. Thursday at the Le Mars Monterrey's Restaurant on Business Highway 75. An undisclosed amount of cash was taken. Similar burglaries were reported overnight in Cherokee.
Anyone with information regarding the crimes is encouraged to call the Le Mars Police Department at (712) 548-4968.
THIS SATURDAY NIGHT IS THE 5TH ANNUAL "PINK IN THE RINK' BENEFIT HOCKEY GAME TO RAISE FUNDS FOR THE FIGHT AGAINST BREAST CANCER. THE SIOUX CITY MUSKETEERS HOST THE CHICAGO STEEL AT THE TYSON EVENTS CENTER AT 7PM.
THEN NEXT SPRING, THE 5TH ANNUAL RACE FOR THE CURE WILL BE HELD THE SUNDAY BEFORE MOTHER'S DAY, ON MAY 5TH.
THE 5K AND AND ONE MILE RUN-WALK WILL START AND END AT THE SIOUX CITY CONVENTION CENTER WITH THE ROUTE EXTENDING THROUGH THE DOWNTOWN AREA.
THE ROUTE AND LOCATION ARE CHANGING BECAUSE OF INTERSTATE 29 CONSTRUCTION THAT WILL TAKE PLACE NEXT SPRING.