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Traffic Wendy Marie Herting, Vermillion, SD, Speeding Harmony Jene Cooley, Archer, Failure to Use Headlamps Ernesto Cibrian Valdivia, Hartley, No Valid Drivers License; Registration Violation Conner...

 

O'Brien County Community Foundation Awards Local Grants

The O'Brien County Community Foundation (OBCCF), an affiliate of the Siouxland Community Foundation, awarded grants to totaling over $106,000 to nonprofit organizations and units of local government i... Full story

 
 By Mari Radtke    News    June 18, 2020

Archer Council Sets Training Date

The Archer City Council met in regular session on Tuesday June 9. Rich Welter from Mosquito Control of Iowa to answer questions council had about mosquito control in town. It was noted that the problem in Archer is flies more than mosquitoes. Welter...

 

O"Brien County Community Foundation Awards Local Grants

The O’Brien County Community Foundation (OBCCF), an affiliate of the Siouxland Community Foundation, awarded grants to totaling over $106,000 to nonprofit organizations and units of local government in support of projects throughout O’Brien...

 

Rodney Harms

Rodney Henry Harms, son of Henry and Lillian (Saupe) Harms, was born on the farm near Archer, IA on April 19, 1939. He was the youngest of three children, with older sisters: Bonnie and Shirley. He...

 
 News    May 7, 2020

Law and Order

Traffic Matthew Jonathan Meyers, Sanborn, Minor in Possession Jason Troy Larsen, Walnut Grove, Seatbelt Violation Samantha Renee Gill, Sioux City, Child Restraint Violation Darby Lynn Mastbergen,...

 
 By Mari Radtke    News    March 26, 2020

Archer Council Adopts Solid Waste Ordinance Amendment

The regular meeting of the Archer City Council was held March 10. A public hearing for the proposed 2020-2021 budget was opened with discussion held. Most notably the levy rate is not changed. Revenue to be raised is expected to be $8.10 and raise a...

 

Law and Order

Traffic Jennifer Rose Lloyd, Primghar, No Proof of Insurance; Driving Wrong Way Brennan Mykel Sampson, Hartley, Dark Windows Dean Lee Scott, Greenville, Registration Violation Calib Allen Lilly,...

 
 By Mari Radtke    News    March 19, 2020

Stay Home

It doesn’t matter anymore what Covid-19 is or is not. The undeniable presence of the virus in, the U.S., and nation-wide spread is now wreaking havoc on this society for the foreseeable future. Questions about how the disease actually spreads, how... Full story

 
 By Mari Radtke    News    March 19, 2020

Iowa's Ride Coming Through O'Brien County

For now, an inaugural bike ride from Dubuque to Rock Rapids is set to begin Sunday July 12 and take a Friday tour of northwest Iowa from Emmetsburg to Sheldon. Covid-19 has risen to crucial levels in...

 

Law and Order

Traffic Nicholas R. Sampson, Sanborn, Use of Electronic Device Joshua Jacob Van Lange, Estherville, Seatbelt Violation Dale Keith Kruse, Little Rock, Seatbelt Violation Noah Patrick Fuhrman,...

 

Law and Order

Traffic Kathleen M. Petersen, Omaha, Speeding Amy Lynn Hamman, Orange City, Speeding Matthew Joe McDonald, Sheldon, Failure to Maintain Control Amber Lynn Dickenson, Sioux City, Failure to Maintain...

 
 By staff    News    February 20, 2020

Law and Order

Traffic Megan Rebecca Johnston, Federal Way, WA, Speeding Chad Visser, Archer, Seatbelt Violation Julie Ann Weishaar, Jamaica, IA, Use of Electronic Device Kristi Lea Wolthuis, Spencer, Speeding...

 
 By Mari Radtke    News    February 20, 2020

Archer Council Approves Max Levy And Sets Budget Hearing

The Archer council meeting met in regular session on Tuesday February 11. Their initial act was to approve the maximum $8.10 general basic levy for the city. They later set the public hearing date...

 

Mitchell Verdoorn

Memorial Tribute Mitchell Verdoorn, son of Joe and Jessie (DeJager) Verdoorn, was born on December 24, 1923 in Orange City, IA. He spent his youth on farms near Archer, Sanborn, and Sibley, IA, and...

 

Law and Order

Traffic James Carl Roscovius, Sioux City, Following Too Close Usmaro Alvarez Diaz, Cherokee, Speeding, No Valid Drivers License Ameigh Elizabeth Bauman, Rock Rapids, Following Too Close Joshua J....

 

Vera Juanita Petrich

Funeral Services for Vera Juanita Petrich were held Wednesday, January 22, 2020 at 10:30 a.m. at the Archer Reformed Church in Archer, Iowa Interment was in St. Paul Lutheran Cemetery in Sheldon,... Full story

 

Vernon L. Nieuwenhuis

Funeral services for Vernon L. Nieuwenhuis, age 85 of rural Granville who passed away on Tuesday, December 24, 2019 at his residence.  His funeral service was on Saturday, December 28, 2019 at...

 

Marlin K. Idso

Services for Marlin K. Idso, age 81, of rural Archer who passed away on Saturday, December 21, 2019 at Pearl Valley Rehab in Primghar. There will be no formal services at this time. Burial will be held at a later date at the Pleasant Hill Cemetery in...

 
 By Mari Radtke    News    December 26, 2019

Recycling Containers Being Pushed

Trevor Hanson, a Town & Country Disposal Representative has been busy recruiting additional cities to accept 95-gallon recycling containers for residents at a $1.50 per month cost to customers. Town & Country Disposal provides trash collection and...

 

Law and Order

Traffic Rachel Marie Smith, Sutherland, Registration Violation Kelvin Jay Vandekamp, Worthington, Axle Weight Violations, 3 counts Ryan Collins, Marshalltown, Minor in Possession Tjaden Meester,...

 

Video of the Archer City Council Meeting December 9, 2019

Video of the Archer City Council meeting held December 9, 2019 in Archer, Iowa...

 

Law and Order

Traffic Riley Michael Davids, Melvin, Speeding Jennifer Diane Collins, Sanborn, Registration Violation Maximiliano E. Castro Gonzalez, Sheldon, Failure to Obey Stop Sign; No Proof of Insurance Sheila...

 
 By Mari Radtke    News    November 21, 2019

Supervisors Move Ambulance Replacement Money

Discussion between the Board of Supervisors of O’Brien County and Jared Johnson, the county’s Emergency Management Administration Director a decision to better fund ambulance services throughout O’Brien County at their November 5 meeting....

 

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