After a year-and-a-half run, my time at the Sioux City Journal is coming to an end.
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“Fake news” is a term a lot of people throw around these days when reporters report something they don’t like.
Asking locals is always the best way to find good places to eat when traveling or, in my case, while on assignment.
I’ve said it before but one of the biggest selling points that convinced me to join the Journal staff was how this paper embraces the internet.
Like many children of the ’90s, I absolutely love “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.”
Prior to moving to Iowa to pursue my journalism career, I had never even attended a public meeting let alone covered one.
The Iowa Tourism Office rolled out a new feature last week called “99 Restaurants,” where it selects one restaurant in each of the Hawkeye Sta…
Sioux City is doing a lot better and has more to offer than people often give it credit for.
I managed to upset quite a few Taco John’s fans a few months back when I wrote a Coffee Break that told them the truth: Taco Bell is better.