Trinity Heights tells a spiritual story in Sioux City

Whether you visit for spiritual reasons or for the love of nature, Trinity Heights in Sioux City, Iowa, provides a beautiful setting for visitors. The 14-acre garden is built on the grounds of a former college and high school. The setting allows a serene opportunity for personal meditation. The monument to Jesus Christ and the […]

Harvest season: Telling John Deere’s story

Editor’s Note: Happy Thanksgiving to all who celebrate! We’ve reviewed stories this week related to farming in the Midwest. Today, as people sit down to turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, cranberries and other great fixin’s, we take a look at the history of the tractor and farm implements via John Deere. We dedicate today’s post to […]

Harvest season: ‘Expedition Yetter’ shares Iowa farming story

Editor’s Note: Thanksgiving celebrates the successful completion of the harvest season. This week, we are taking a look back at some of the ag-related stories we’ve had the honor of being involved with. Today, we take a look at Iowa’s “Expedition Yetter.” Iowa’s Food and Family Project strives to help educate the public on the […]

Harvest season: Checking out North Iowa’s agriculture industry

Editor’s Note: With the Thanksgiving holiday upon us, we thought it would be nice to take a look back at some ag-related stories that highlight the role and importance of farming in the United States. Thanksgiving celebrates the end of the harvest season around the country. here’s our look at farming in northern Iowa… Agriculture […]

Harvest season: A look at agriculture in Decorah, Iowa

Editor’s Note: Lisa visited Decorah as part of a familiarization trip and shared her findings on the agricultural industry in the area. With this week’s Thanksgiving holiday celebrating the harvest season, we thought it might be nice to take a look back at Decorah, Iowa.   I recently had the opportunity to join some other […]

Harvest season: Take a walk back in time at Des Moines’ Living History Farms

Editor’s Note: As harvest season wraps up around the United States, we are taking a look at the role agriculture has played in the Midwest. Today, we take a look at a Living History farm and town in the Des Moines area… Farming has been the backbone of America since its founding. The Native Americans […]

Cedar Rapids goes ‘Gothic’ with art project to honor artist Grant Wood

Grant Wood was 39 when he created his most-famous painting – American Gothic. The painting, which features a farmer and either his wife or daughter standing in front of a farm house, is quickly recognized by almost anyone who sees it. Wood died in 1942. In recognition of his 125th birthday this year, Overalls All […]

Challenges and tribal councils marked Lewis and Clark’s time in Sioux City

The lone member of Lewis and Clark’s expedition died in present-day Sioux City. The story of Sergeant Charles Floyd Jr. highlighted the short time the Corps of Discovery was in the area. Originally, expedition members sought to meet with the Omaha tribe. However, the men never found the Native Americans. Instead, they ended up having […]

Clear Lake, Iowa is one of our favorite spots

As the summer season winds down, lots of people are planning that final summer getaway. Labor Day allows most people a three-day weekend of fun in the sun. Maybe, they’ll do some camping, boating, hiking or fishing. We have fallen in love with a community that offers all of this, plus more. Clear Lake, Iowa, […]

Sioux City’s Public Museum takes interesting look at city’s history

Sioux City has an interesting history. The city’s Public Museum takes a look at that history with a look at the area from prehistoric times to the recent stockyards. Visitors need to watch the orientation film – it runs about 12 minutes and tells Sioux City’s history in an entertaining manner. Sioux City was once […]

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