Camp High Hopes Program Director Ashley Ayala said a major highlight of her job is getting to see the smiles on campers' faces when they do something like catch a 16-inch bass on the camp's lake or get bullseye during a round of archery.
"You’d never see it because she is super modest, super quiet, doesn’t show emotion, but she is a competitor inside. There’s a fire burning deep inside. When she gets up there, she wants to win every time," Lawton-Bronson Archery Coach Jason Carlson said.
Competitive cornhole -- or bag toss depending on who you ask -- has been growing throughout Siouxland, with both private and city-sponsored leagues.
People axe throw for a variety of reasons. Whether it’s a fun night out with friends or family, a hobby or a way to relieve stress, Mondor says it is an activity anyone can learn.
SIOUX CITY — Children love trampolines and swimming pools with slides and diving boards. Homeowners' insurance carriers typically do not.
A modern townhome nestled in Flatwater Crossing, Ho-Chunk's up and coming housing and commercial development in South Sioux City, features striking views of the Missouri River and the Floyd Monument.
Alex and Derek Koops, along with teammate Lyle Broughton, of Hopkinson, Massachusetts, were named America's first-ever "Domino Masters" in the Fox television series of the same name.
A soon-to-be music education sophomore, Max Bower looks no different than any other 19-year-old at the University of Nebraska.
Domino Masters Alex and Derek Koops show how they set up a simple domino structure at their home in Sioux Center.
Kids set off stomp rockets during the ISU Extension summer Astro Camp in Sioux City.
Siouxland District Health Department Deputy Director Tyler Brock said mosquito and foodborne illnesses are common risks associated with gathering outdoors.
There aren't many places left in Northwest Iowa that sell DeSotos, Studebakers, Packards and bright-orange muscle-Buicks with 7.4-liter V8 engines. Okoboji Classic Cars, which bills itself as "the ultimate man cave," is all that and then some.
With the boats, Waltman said she won't soon forget the times staff had to help someone start theirs because they had the key in upside down.
After a day on the water or a long night of drinking and enjoying lake life, one can become quickly dehydrated. While a few bottles of water can help, Drip Okoboji is offering a new way to hydrate.
At 1618 Hill Ave., five women-owned businesses are making a mark on Spirit Lake by operating in one building. Allure & Co. and The Lofts are a group of unique businesses, working together to serve the Spirit Lake community and the summer Okoboji visitors.
Motorcycle enthusiasts and summer vacationers alike are flocking to the Spirit Lake plant where Indian Motorcycle bikes are made.
The improvements at Arnolds Park Amusement Park just keep coming. A new stage on which to host outdoor concerts in being constructed on Preservation Plaza, along with a permanent concession stand and restrooms.
A former corporate executive living in the Twin Cities, Al Giese wanted to return to his native Iowa. Yet he and his wife Barb didn't want to give up luxury with the move. That's why the Gieses purchased a two-story, five-bedroom home in Arthur Heights.
What do those numbers mean on sunscreen? Do you get any protection if it’s really low? Could there be a number that’s too high? And how often should I put it on? What about on the top of your head?
In the last day, I have spent 24, 27 and 36 minutes, respectively, waiting for a page to open on my computer. I have also been asked to change my password 27 times because of a “security breach.”
Now in their third season, Narsi said there's a whole lot that will be new to returning bouncers
The Iowa Lakes region is usually thought of as a great summertime destination, but Tim Sather, a native of the area, knew fun could had all year round. In 2015, Sather purchased Oak Hill Marina, a longtime Arnolds Park marine dealership.
For nearly three years, it has been Clay Norris' job to save the incredible stories of the rock musicians who were significant in the state of Iowa.