Graduation ceremonies are memorable, but one in Siouxland had special significance. It was the first graduating class since the merger of Gehlen Catholic High School in Le Mars and Spalding Catholic of Granville. This senior class had about 15 more students after the consolidation. The graduating seniors did have the choice of which school's colors to wear and either a Gehlen or a Spalding diploma.
Folks in Emerson, Nebraska came together over the weekend to help one of their own. The Gunn family lost all of their belongings in a house fire Easter weekend. The people in town collected household items to help the family get back on their feet. If you'd like to help the family, you'll find the details on how you can do so inside this story.
Hundreds of Siouxlanders hit the trail this weekend, hoping to raise more than $25,000 for the fight against Multiple Sclerosis. The MS walk took place Saturday, with participants walking, running, or rolling their way along the Missouri Riverfront. The money raised will help pay for advocacy programs and research in Siouxland.
A 23 year tradition is playing out at the Sioux City Public Museum. It's the annual History Project featuring the works of 85 fourth graders recreating pieces of Sioux City history. The students built dioramas of local landmarks like the Orpheum Theater and the stockyards. Every student whose project was selected for display got a blue ribbon and special awards were given to six winning students.
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