PHOTOS: 19th century Sioux City Corn Palaces

PHOTOS: 19th century Sioux City Corn Palaces

Photos of the corn palaces that made Sioux City a destination in the final years of the 19th century.

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The Rev. Tom Hartman's first call was as a father. His second was as a Catholic priest. After a divorce, Hartman continued to contemplate romantic love as he worked at his family's grocery store. But he realized he had a "priestly heart."

The $32 million, physician-owned and directed surgical center will a wide variety of medical care. The first surgeries are scheduled for the second week of October. "We want to be a destination. This state-of-the-art facility will help make us a destination," the mayor said.

Construction is expected to begin at the Mitchell House, named for the late Ray Mitchell Jr., next spring, with the doors open by next October. The house will have room for six hospice residents to live in a "home-like environment." 

South Dakota Highway Patrol says the 72-year-old man driving the car missed a stop sign and collided with a pickup truck at an intersection. The driver was airlifted to a Sioux Falls hospital, and his two passengers were killed. 

Police say the man lost control of the vehicle he was driving on Highway 35 at about 5:30 a.m. Thursday. The vehicle entered the south ditch and rolled. The man was pronounced dead at the scene. 

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