Month: May 2020

Mayor declares state of emergency, curfew

Mayor Paul TenHaken has declared a state of emergency and put a curfew in place effective at 10 p.m. May 31.

1 month ago

Downtown businesses asked to prepare for protests

Downtown businesses are being asked to pull in street furniture and volunteers are being called to help them prepare ahead of protests expected tonight.

1 month ago

Jodi’s Journal: A time for simple acts of goodness

During a dark time, simple acts of goodness mean more than ever.

1 month ago

Wild Water West opens Saturday: Here’s what you need to know

With public pools closed for the summer, Wild Water West is expected to be more in demand than ever. And when it opens Saturday, guests are going to find a lot of changes.

1 month ago

Locally made shop expands in first year

With a waiting list for makers within several weeks of opening last year, Stacey’s Vintage-Art-Boutique has expanded.

1 month ago

May #ScenesFromTheRoute

Working with Novak Sanitary Service, we trained their crews to use their camera phones to share what they encounter as they collect trash and recycling. Here’s what they spotted in May.

1 month ago

Auto center destroyed by tornado to reopen next week

Meineke Car Center Center is reopening its 41st Street location next week after being closed for nine months following last year’s tornadoes.

1 month ago

Giving Back for May

Giving Back recognizes businesses and organizations that are helping our communities. Here’s a look at who gave back in May.

1 month ago

Saying thanks: Zoom dinner for 200

Here’s a clever — and tasty — way to stay in touch and thank your team: Host a Zoom dinner.

1 month ago

Original Pancake House to reopen mid-June

The Original Pancake House plans to reopen June 15.

1 month ago

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