Four years ago, when he retired from his job as a crime analyst for the Sioux City Police Department, Herb Kuehne decided to become a volunteer.
There’s a lot of love about this Historic Heights home from its charming façade to interior features that signal an affluent lifestyle of yore, unfettered by modern amenities. Many original details have been left intact since the home’s only had three owners, starting with local jeweler Jacob Greenberg in 1926.
Two residents of a nursing home wheeled up to the edge of a garden, covering over 5,000 square feet, and watched Al Slagle pull weeds from the wet soil. The roots loosen from the ground with a sharp tug.
Nestled between hills and pastures, a winding gravel road leads up to a 6-acre vineyard planted on gentle south slopes. A cedar-covered building rises out of the highlands, inviting highway travelers to take a turn onto Able Boulevard.
A lifelong renter wasn’t in the market for a new home when she looked at a downtown loft in the United Center. Gayle Gregg didn’t know what she was missing.
How much did Aretha Franklin like her time in Sioux City?
There was a time when Riverside looked like a Norman Rockwell painting. It was a reflection of true Americana, a microcosm of mom-and-pop shop…
On a hot day, if you’re looking for a cold drink, barbecue and bands, look no further than the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
Walking through overgrown grass in the graveyard, twigs crack under foot almost rhythmically with every other step.
Free yoga in a hub of holistic healing.
Jones Hope Wooten thought back on Southern-style sweets and concocted “The Red Velvet Cake War,” a deliciously funny play that’s showing at Shot in the Dark Productions through May 11.
Subtle signs dot historic neighborhoods near downtown.
On a Saturday afternoon, women come together by tables of two for a Parisian tea party.
Judy Sabag never thought she’d like to live so close to corn.
Diners come to a quaint café for its down-home cooking and friendly service. Some of the regulars say it’s one of the best-kept secrets in Sergeant Bluff.
Imagine scuba diving in Croatia, hiking the Carpathian Mountains and seeing the pyramids in Egypt all in one trip.
Hard Rock pin collectors are pretty easy to pick out. They make a beeline for the carousel of collectibles and buy in bulk.
You could say parks and recreation runs in Matt Salvatore's blood.
Rick Bower never stops cooking. Not even in his sleep. A bacon-wrapped pork loin came to him in a dream.
SIOUX CITY | Pop the champagne. Or go to a pow wow. There’s something for late-night revelers and families alike. Looking for low-key alternat…
A little-noticed remnant of the former Argosy Sioux City riverboat casino operations -- four orange moorings in the Missouri River -- will remain for at least another year.
Make the season merry and bright. Break out the glitter and glue guns, the pinecones, paint and mason jars. And create your own holiday décor.