WWII weapons carrier is on display at the Sioux City Public Museum for Tolerance Week.
SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KTIV) -
A week of events, designed to encourage students and adults in Siouxland to be more tolerant of others, is planned for April.
World War II equipment and photos taken by the late Vernon Tott, a Siouxland veteran who photographed the liberation of the Ahlem Concentration Camp, will be on display at the Sioux City Public Museum.
It's part of Tolerance Week held April 1st through the 5th.
Events will include a free showing of "Blessed is the Match" at the Orpheum Theatre on April 3rd.
The documentary film "Bully" will be played at the Sioux City Art Center on April 4th.
Auschwitz Survivor and Holocaust Educator Philip Gans will return to Sioux City and speak to students at several schools all week long.
All events are free. For a list of events, click here.
Bishop Heelan had 15 seniors graduate from last year's 14-0 team.
Last year was a dream season for the Bishop Heelan football team. The Crusaders went undefeated and were the Class 3A state champions. Fifteen seniors graduated, which may lead to a different-looking Heelan offense.More >>
Last year was a dream season for the Bishop Heelan football team. The Crusaders went undefeated and were the Class 3A state champions. Fifteen seniors graduated, which may lead to a different-looking Heelan offense. More >>
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