AN EARLY SUNDAY MORNING SIOUX CITY PARTY ENDED WITH OVER TWO-DOZEN PEOPLE RECEIVING VARIOUS VIOLATIONS.
OFFICERS OF THE SIOUX CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT WERE DISPATCHED TO 3615 TRANSIT AVENUE, APARTMENT 1 AROUND 1 A.M.
OFFICERS FOUND A LARGE PARTY GOING ON AT THE RESIDENCE AND CITED 28 PEOPLE WITH VIOLATIONS, INCLUDING KEEPING A DISORDERLY HOUSE AND FREQUENTING A DISORDERLY HOUSE.
THE INVESTIGATION CONTINUES.
SIOUXLAND---A webinar offered to farmers in five states will explain what government resources are available to help them recover from Missouri River flooding.
The Dec. 14 webinar will feature two producers who are repairing their farmland and representatives from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
The information will be available at 20 sites in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and South Dakota. For a list of locations, go online to http://flood.unl.edu/crops.
The corps released massive amounts of water from the dams along the Missouri River this year to deal with heavy rains and above-average snowmelt, causing record flooding in several states.
TWO STUDENTS AT SIOUX CITY EAST HIGH SCHOOL ARE FACING DRUG RELATED CHARGES AFTER CITY POLICE DID A WALKTHROUGH OF THE SCHOOL WITH A DRUG DOG FRIDAY MORNING.
CAPTAIN MEL WILLIAMS SAYS SIMILAR SEARCHES ARE DONE AT LEAST ONCE A SEMESTER AT EACH SIOUX CITY PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL:
THE POLICE DOG LED OFFICERS TO TWO DIFFERENT LOCKERS.
WILLIAMS SAYS ONE HAD A GREEN LEAFY SUBSTANCE IN IT, THE OTHER CONTAINED DRUG PARAPHENALIA:
THE GIRL WAS CHARGED WITH POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE. THE BOY WAS CITED FOR POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHENALIA.
A NEW HOUSING DEVELOPMENT IS PLANNED AT THE SITE OF THE FORMER GRANT SCHOOL IN SIOUX CITY.
MONDAY THE CITY COUNCIL WILL CONSIDER APPROVING THE FINAL PLAT OF THE GRANT'S SUBDIVISION
CITY SPOKESMAN JEFF HANSON SAYS THE PROJECT WILL EVENTUALLY INVOLVE 21 LOTS.
THE DWELLINGS WILL CONSIST OF DUPLEXES AND TRI-PLEXES.
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