A man who escaped from a residential work release center in Sioux City is back in custody.
State prison officials say 40-year-old Cletus Armell was captured Tuesday. He was taken to the Woodbury County jail.
Armell failed to return to the facility on Sunday from a shopping pass. He was serving a 15-year sentence for armed robbery. He was transferred to the work release center in Sioux City in December.
From Associated Press
THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE SIOUX CITY DIOCESE CATHOLIC SCHOOLS IS TAKING ON ADDITIONAL DUTIES.
DAN RYAN WILL ALSO SERVE AS INTERIM PRESIDENT OF BISHOP HEELAN CATHOLIC SCHOOLS UNTIL A SUCCESSOR IS FOUND FOR FATHER PATRICK WALSH.
FATHER WALSH RETIRED ON JUNE 1ST. RYAN JOINED THE DIOCESE THREE YEARS AGO AND HAS WORKED WITH HEELAN AND OTHER CATHOLIC SCHOOLS ON LONG RANGE PLANNING, ENROLLMENT AND OTHER ISSUES.
WOODBURY COUNTY VOTERS WILL CHOOSE THEIR PARTY, RECEIVE THEIR BALLOT AND PLACE THEIR VOTE TODAY IN THE PRIMARY ELECTION.
TWO SIOUX CITY REPUBLICANS, MATTHEW UNG AND RON JORGENSEN, ARE IN THE RACE TO BECOME THE DISTRICT 6 STATE HOUSE CANDIDATE.
FORMER SIOUX CITY MAYOR MIKE HOBART AND LINDA HOLUB ARE FIGHTING IN THE REPUBLICAN DISTRICT 1 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS RACE.
IN THE DISTRICT 3 SUPERVISORS RACE, VOTERS WILL CHOOSE BETWEEN REPUBLICANS ELDON ELIASON, DICK SALEM AND GREG TRUCKE.
FOR COUNTY AUDITOR, REPUBLICANS DOUG BATCHELLER, MARK JENSEN AND CHRIS PIERCE WILL BATTLE IT OUT.
IN THE RACE FOR COUNTY SHERIFF, REPUBLICAN VOTERS WILL CHOOSE BETWEEN JAMES BAUERLY, DAVID DREW AND GREG LOGAN, WHILE DEMOCRATS DECIDE BETWEEN DOUG BOETGER AND MARTY POTTEBAUM.
POLLS WILL CLOSE AT 9 O'CLOCK TONIGHT.
Tri state school districts will continue to use Beef Products Incorporated finely lean textured beef in school lunches after a public uproar earlier this year.
But the U.S. Department of Agriculture says those are the only states participating in its National School Lunch Program that have decided to do so.
Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota were the only states who chose to order ground beef containing L-T-F-B. The product has been used for decades and it's safe to eat.
It nevertheless became the center of national attention after a New York Times article on the safety of meat processing methods.
As of May 18, the agency says other states ordered more than 20 million pounds of ground beef products that don't contain lean finely textured beef.
Orders for beef from the Dakota Dunes company, came to about 1 million pounds.
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