This Valentine’s Weekend stop by Scooter’s Coffee on Friday and Saturday night for free local live entertainment from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM. Join Scooter’s on the corner of Hamilton and Wesley (1390 Hamilton Blvd) in Sioux City for two nights of fun!
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Buchheit Law, PLC of Sergeant Bluff, Iowa is pleased to announce the addition of Jami Wermers to their staff. Jami comes to the firm as a graduate of The University of Iowa, with twenty-five years’ experience in Banking and Trust Administration. She is a CFP® Certified Financial Planner and holds the Certified Trust and Financial Advisor (CTFA) designation. Jami is a past member of the Siouxland Estate Planning Council and past volunteer on several non-profit boards. Jami will act as a legal executive assistant for the firm, with a concentration on the office’s estate planning, probate, and trust administration services.
Check out the new mysiouxcityjobs.com website to view a wide variety of career opportunities from throughout the entire Siouxland area. More than just a simple jobs board, the site contains links to an array of other valuable community data. From current events and housing to recreation and entertainment, we’ve got you covered.
Lance Morgan, CEO and President of Ho-Chunk, Inc. announced today the formation of Ho-Chunk Capital, a new real estate and investment company. Ho-Chunk Capital directs all investments for Ho-Chunk, Inc., the award winning economic development corporation of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska.
Ho-Chunk Capital’s diverse portfolio includes quality commercial, residential, and mixed-use projects. Current projects in development in Siouxland total over $107 million, including:
Strategically located in downtown Sioux City’s old Warehouse District, Virginia Square is a group of renovated historic buildings offering high end contemporary condominiums, apartments and mixed use space for office or retail. With easy access from I-29 and within walking distance to Historic 4th Street’s entertainment district, Virginia Square has plenty of parking and other amenities for tenants, homeowners and business owners. This is a $24 million development.
Flatwater Crossing is a master planned community located along the Missouri River in South Sioux City, Nebraska. Created as a walkable urban neighborhood, Flatwater Crossing offers residents a vibrant community intertwined with a network of trails, greenways, public plazas, natural landscaping, wildlife, and river views. The community, opening in stages beginning in 2016, will have a mix of apartments, townhomes, cottages, village homes, standard homes, and estate homes, as well as a Village Center for retail, restaurants and office space. This is a $75 million development over 10 years, with $10 million invested in first two years.
607 and 615 Pearl Street are historic buildings in downtown Sioux City. Both buildings offer renovated modern retail space and contemporary apartments. This is a $1.2 million project.
303 Dakota Apartment Homes
Opening in June 2016, 303 Dakota is located in the master planned community along the Missouri River, Dakota Dunes. The sleek, contemporary 3 story apartment complex will offer 47 units with high end finishes and a host of amenities including an indoor pool, fitness area, garage parking and secure building features. This is a $7.5 million project.
Madrigal Singers Present 44th Annual Madrigal Dinners On Two Evenings in December
The Wayne State College Department of Music Madrigal Singers are perfecting their 44th Annual Madrigal Dinners on Friday, Dec. 4 at 7 p.m., and Saturday, Dec. 5 at 5:30 p.m. Both dinners will take place in the Frey Conference Suite in the Kanter Student Center.
The Madrigal Dinners feature a four-course feast in the midst of music, poetry and comedy. The Madrigal Singers, clad in 16th Century attire, transport audiences back to Renaissance England under the rule of Queen Elizabeth I for the Madrigal feast. Ticket prices are $35 per ticket.
Students participating include: Elizabeth Peralez, Angelica Ostry, Emily Popelka, Victoria McNamara, Adrian Campos, Jennifer Fees, Amy Stump, Christian Lewis, Kjersten Schuttler, Rachel Sweeney, Brittany Pfund, Carey Franklin, Michael Mezik Jr., Marcus Knight, Olivia Nottleman, Hannah Ramsgard, Hannah Lauer, Payton Schake and Brianna Clapper.
To purchase tickets, call Mollie Spieker at the Ticket Office at (402) 375-7407. The Ticket Office phone is open Monday through Friday from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tickets may also be purchased via e-mail to email@example.com. Mastercard, Visa or Discover are accepted.
Checks can be mailed to the following address:
WSC Madrigal Singers
Humanities Room 211
1111 Main Street
Wayne, NE 68787
WSC students may also purchase tickets for $21 each using their campus flex dollars. Each student may buy only one ticket. Students interested in purchasing tickets should visit the Chartwells Office in the Kanter Student Center at the back of the main cafeteria. Students will receive a receipt and additional information for completing their ticket order.
All ticket sales are final, no exchanges or refunds. In case of inclement weather, the dinner will be rescheduled. Please be seated 15 minutes prior to the performance.
For more information, please contact Maggie Owens, artistic director, at (402) 375-7358 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Sarah Farr, production supervisor, at (402) 375-7406 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
America’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) of Iowa elected Attorney Lindsey Buchheit as Vice Chair of its State Advisory Board on November 4, 2015. Buchheit will start her one year term on January 1, 2016, guiding the SBDC’s State Advisory Board which represents all regions of the state of Iowa and many of the partners and associates which support Iowa’s businesses and industries. Buchheit is an attorney in Sergeant Bluff, Iowa, focusing her practice on estate planning and probate, family law, and general business.
Join others across the nation and quit using tobacco on November 19, 2015. Thursday, November 19th is the Great American Smokeout. Call Quitline Iowa and a Quit Coach will help you learn to live tobacco free.
If you are interested in having your worksite be Tobacco Free / Smoke Free – then go to www.siouxlanddistricthealth.org view sample policies and see what is best for your worksite.
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Would you like to learn more about how to master small business record keeping. Plan to attend 1st Financial Bank’s “Simplify the Mystery of Accounting: Master Small Business Record Keeping” lunch at Dakota Dunes Country Club on November 19, from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m.
Siouxland musical instrument store, Ray’s Midbell Music was featured as a cover story in the October issue of national trade journal, Music Inc. The story reflects Midbell’s continued emphasis on over-the-top customer service and employee recognition. Read the full story here.