A Norfolk, Nebraska woman gets an early Christmas gift: her husband. Cheyanne Silvers went out to dinner with her family Wednesday night and was surprised when their server turned out to be her husband, Mitchell. He's been in the Army stationed in Maryland for almost two years. Cheyanne thought he wasn't coming home until this weekend, so this was a big and happy surprise for her. The Silvers got married in a quiet ceremony the last time Mitchell was home about a year ago. They say now that he's home, they're planning a bigger ceremony with both families.
Sioux City leaders celebrate the opening of a big downtown street project. The 3rd street extension connects the downtown Historic Pearl Street District and Wesley Parkway. It opened on Friday, but a ribbon cutting Wednesday made it official. The project took about five months to complete.
The June E. Nylen Cancer Center gets a big boost from local firefighters. The Sioux City Professional Firefighters Association and union members raised $3,500 by selling pink T-shirts throughout the area. You can still help the cause. The T-shirts are available for $20 at fire station number 5 in Singing Hills and at "Sioux City Gifts."
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