07/10/2014 - 9:09am
Families and friends were sad to not see the beautiful Lewis Memorial Fountain in operation this past holiday weekend. City officials and concerned volunteers have pulled together to obtain pricing as well as create a time-line in hopes of returning the Fountain to her glory days.
Volunteers met with John Bloom from Des Moines last...
07/10/2014 - 9:07am
Record number of parade entries for 2014 with 159, according to Dan Appleget, parade organizer. The Sigourney Fire & Rescue officers carried the colors and pulled the antique firehose spindle with several members walking the parade route. The department was very stunning in their dress uniforms. The fireworks show later that night was...
07/10/2014 - 8:10am
Pictured right are students who attended the final day of the What Cheer Baptist Church
three day Bible School. Left to right, first row: Zoey Garrett, Daniel Gillam, Stacey Thompson
and Sully Stanley; second row: Jaylynne Wenman, Keagan Macready, Kaleb Bollinger,
Gracie Bolinger, Marley Van Patten and Melanie Van Patten; third row: Gunner...
07/02/2014 - 1:47pm
On behalf of the Town Square Park, Stacy Flynn (also a local Sigourney Kiwanis member) wrote a grant application for the Kiwanis International Foundation to benefit Town Square Park and the children of the Sigourney community as well as visiting friends and relatives for generations to come.
Sigourney Area Development (SADC), the City...
07/02/2014 - 1:44pm
Chuck and Irene Cassens recently celebrated their 50th anniversary in business as Cassens’ Mill. The Cassens are
the only business people to continuously own and operate a Sigourney business for 50 plus years.
They celebrated with a community wide event at their location west of Sigourney on June 21 of this year with food, fun...