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2021

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Annual Events.................................................................. 9

Arts & Recreation..........................................................23

Chamber of Commerce................................................29

Church Directory .........................................................13

Clubs..............................................................................11

Dining.............................................................................33

Dordt University............................................................ 17

Education.......................................................................15

Event Center..................................................................33

Fitness............................................................................34

Health care....................................................................19

Heritage Village.............................................................31

History of Sioux Center................................................31

Housing..........................................................................18

Industry..................................................................... 26-27

Financial ReACh youR

Goals.

Information....................................................................6-7

Library............................................................................. 27

Financial Goals.

Media..............................................................................29

Other Services..............................................................34

Overview.......................................................................... 5

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Parks...............................................................................21

Realtors..........................................................................18

Senior Living..................................................................20

Trails...............................................................................21

Vehicle Service..............................................................34

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WELCOME TO

The guide

you are

reading

is a great introduction

to our

community. We

are delighted to

have you with

us, whatever

brings you here.

Sioux Center

is a progressive

David

Krahling

SIOUX CENTER MAYOR

and thriving community of nearly

8,000 people. We are a rapidly growing

rural city in the fastest growing

rural county in Iowa. One of the most

important drivers of our growth is our

diverse economy, which offers strong

employment opportunities. Another

important contribution is the spirit of

cooperation among the city of Sioux

Center, the Sioux Center School District,

the Sioux Center Christian School and

Dordt University. That cooperation sets

the tone for bold and exciting ventures

made possible by working together.

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a

challenge for all of us. Such challenges

can also spark resilience and courage

as we confront uncertainties. While we

remain proud of our infrastructure and

amenities that make this a great place to

live and work, I am especially proud of

our community’s character and resolve

as we have navigated the difficulties

of keeping us all safe and healthy. We

invite you, as you are able and as circumstances

permit, to join us here in

Sioux Center to experience some of that

character and resolve first hand.

— Mayor David Krahling

The city of Sioux Center

has it all, from retail

stores that offer clothing

and gifts to groceries and

automotive sales and services.

Consumers can find all

professional, financial and

service needs here in Sioux

Center.

The top employment

industries in Sioux Center

are education, health care,

manufacturing and farming.

Sioux Center is home

to Dordt University, which

employs many faculty and

staff. Manufacturing is

another top industry as some

of the largest employers

of Sioux Center are plant/

manufacturing jobs. Farming

ranks high as agriculture

is the base of Sioux Center’s

economy and still supports

the rural population with

ag-related business.

The mission of Sioux Center’s

Economic Development

Department is to continue

to improve the quality of life

and to protect the safety and

well-being of the citizens and

the business community of

Sioux Center through proper

planning and consistent

oversight of high-quality

residential, commercial and

industrial development.

These functions help to

ensure orderly development

as well as the protection

of property values, public

health and the general welfare

of the community.

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POPULATION:

7,614 (2018)

LOCATION:

Sioux Center is located in the center of

Sioux County in northwest Iowa. Highway

75 serves as its Main Avenue.

ELEVATION:

1,463 feet above sea level

TOPOGRAPHY:

Plains/rich soil/fertile farmland

CLIMATE:

Average temperatures: winter, 18.3

degrees; summer, 71.2 degrees; average

annual rainfall, 27.5 inches; snowfall, 33.4

inches

TRADE AREA:

Trade area covers a 30-mile radius of

Sioux Center and services 30,000 customers.

Sioux Center retail sales are equivalent

to a city of 12,879.

PHONE/INTERNET/CABLE TV:

Premier Communications, 339 First

Ave. NE, 712-722-3451.

CELLPHONE SERVICE:

Wireless World (Verizon), 1919 S.

Main Ave., 712-722-4771.

Metro by T-Mobile, 200 N. Main Ave.,

712-722-3250.

AT&T Store, 1607 First Ave. SW, 712-

722-3205.

COMPUTER/CELLPHONE REPAIR:

SuperHiTech, 317 N. Main Ave., 712-

722-4006.

POST OFFICE:

The U.S. Post Office is located downtown

at 100 N. Main Ave., Sioux Center,

712-722-3437.

UPS AND FEDERAL EXPRESS:

Several drop points are located in the

community for self-mailing and offer

information as to pickups.

GAS AND ELECTRICITY:

Municipal electricity and natural gas,

owned by the city, provide service to the

community, 712-722-0761.

GARBAGE, RECYCLING, CAN

REDEMPTION CENTER:

Brommer Sanitation 360 Fourth St.

NW, 712-722-0631.

AIRPORT:

The Sioux County Regional Airport is

located at 3153 460th St., Maurice. The

airport opened in 2018 and offers a 5,500-

foot by 100-foot runway and full-length

taxiway, terminal building, apron area,

multiple hangar buildings, equipment

storage and maintenance building,

paved access road and parking facilities,

and a MALSR approach lighting system.

The airport is owned and operated

by the Sioux County Regional Airport

Agency, a partnership between Orange

City, Sioux Center and Sioux County. This

modern airport facility is well-equipped

to serve industry, business, medical, agricultural,

charter, private air service and

other travel interests. For information,

call 712-567-2002 or visit flysxk.com.

EMERGENCY SERVICES:

Sioux Center Fire Department and Sioux

Center Ambulance provides EMS service.

They are located at 408 N. Main Ave.

POLICE:

For nonemergencies, call 712-737-3307

nights, weekends and holidays. Daytime

call 712-722-0761.

TAXI SERVICE:

A taxi service is available to all Sioux

Center residents at $3 per ride each way.

Tickets are available from the RIDES

driver. Service is available 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Monday-Friday and can be scheduled

by calling 1-800-358-5037. Taxi service

is also available to and from the Sioux

County Regional Airport at $2.80 per mile

per person for all miles traveled.

Senior Discounts: are available for qualifying

senior citizens by calling Rides at

1-800-358-5037.

MAYOR

David Krahling

CITY COUNCIL

W. Dale Den Herder

Eric Moerman

Jamie Van Ravenswaay

Randy Vreugdenhil

Dale Vander Berg

CITY MANAGER

Scott Wynja

UTILITIES MANAGER

Murray Hulstein

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COMMUNITY

FOUNDATION BOARD

Doug Boone

Kevin Wolterstorff

Benj Van Donge

W. Dale Den Herder

Randy Vreugdenhil

Ken Smit

Myron Toering

RECREATION & ARTS

COUNCIL

ASSISTANT CITY

MANAGER

Dennis Dokter

ASSISTANT UTILITIES

MANAGER

Adam Fedders

FINANCE DIRECTOR

Darryl Ten Pas

POLICE CHIEF

Mike Halma

CITY OFFICES PHONE

712-722-0761

CITY ATTORNEY

Brian Van Engen

Phone: 712-722-2424

PLANNING & ZONING

Arlan Nederhof

Kevin Huisman

Greg Hulstein

Eric Walhof

Dave Goslinga

Greg Pennings

Doug Van Meeteren

Brad Van Berkel

Glen Mouw

Jerry Rus

Ben Kurtzleben

BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT

Dave Cleveringa

Daren Dieleman

Alan Schouten

Del Van Regenmorter

Brian Van Bruggen

PARK BOARD

Les Brommer

Lyle Vermeer

Ron Oostra

Paul Clousing

Stephanie Walhof

Len Rhoda

Jason Moeller

LIBRARY BOARD

Tara Berkenpas

Michelle van Beek

Andrew Geleynse

Duane Tinklenberg

Dana Broers

Kirbee Nykamp

Lisa Dykstra

Ruth Clark

Lynn Van Beek

Jamie Van Ravenswaay

Jessica Mulder

Nate Bullock

Amanda Bahena

Rebecca De Vries

Josh Bowar

Jim Koldenhoven

Matt Drissell

Eric Vande Hoef

Gary McEldowney

HERITAGE BOARD

Ron Oostra

Cheri Hulstein

John Scholten

Monty Prins

Rachel Postma

Colleen Van Berkum

Linda Altena

Larry Te Grotenhuis

Dennis Hoekstra

LOW-RENT HOUSING

Kristi Hoogendoorn

Jim Harskamp

Darren Raih

Bill Roelofs

Mary Roetman

John Van Engen

Dennis Dokter

SIOUX COUNTY

REGIONAL AIRPORT

BOARD

Harold Schiebout

Mark Sybesma

Duane Feekes

Daryl Beltman

Al Bloemendaal

Scott Wynja

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BRIDAL SHOWCASE: JANUARY

A Sioux Center Chamber of Commerce

sponsored event held at the Terrace

View Event Center.

INDOOR FAIR: MARCH

A Sioux Center Chamber of Commerce

sponsored event held at the All

Seasons Center. The ice is cleaned out

from the arena and 130 exhibitors move

in to promote their services, interact

with existing and potential clients or

sell their products. An estimated 3,000

people attend the free two-day event

that includes giveaways and many door

prizes.

AG BREAKFAST: MARCH

A Sioux Center Chamber of Commerce

Ag Committee sponsored event as a way

to say thank you to area farmers.

SIOUXPERMAN TRIATHLON: MAY

The event consists of an indoor 300-

yard swim, an outdoor 25k bike ride and

an outdoor 5k run.

MEMORIAL DAY: MAY

A day honoring all veterans who have

died in service to the United States. The

morning includes a pancake breakfast

hosted by Bethel Christian Reformed

Church, a patriotic bike decorating

contest hosted by the VFW, a parade and

ceremony at Memory Gardens cemetery.

SUMMER CELEBRATION: JUNE

A Sioux Center Chamber of Commerce

sponsored three-day event that includes

a free community meal in Central Park,

cruise night, live entertainment, a

parade and a community worship service.

FOURTH OF JULY

Faith Christian Reformed Church in

Sioux Center hosts a morning pancake

breakfast complete with strawberries

and ice cream. The Sioux Center Fire

Department then lights up the evening

sky with fireworks.

SIOUX COUNTY YOUTH FAIR: JULY

The Sioux County Fairgrounds on the

northeast corner of Sioux Center come

alive with activity for about a week.

Come for fair horse shows, livestock

shows, 4-H exhibits, the ever popular

greased pig contests, chain-saw artists

and more. Quilting and embroidery

exhibits, rug making and butter churning

demonstrations also are held at Heritage

Village next door.

LABOR DAY: SEPTEMBER

First Christian Reformed Church in

Sioux Center hosts a morning pancake

breakfast.

HARVEST FESTIVAL: SEPTEMBER

A free two-day event hosted by the

Sioux Center Heritage Board and the

Threshers and Collectors Association

at Heritage Village in Sioux Center. The

festival includes a variety of “old-time”

activities such as milking, threshing,

butter churning, rope making, an

apple cider press and pottery making.

The blacksmith shop and sawmill are

operational and there’s a petting zoo.

People can also go into a sod hut, sit in a

covered wagon and walk through buildings

of the past including a century-old

farmhouse, a one-room schoolhouse

and church.

HARVEST HALF: OCTOBER

Participate in a Half Marathon (13.1

mile run course) or 10K run (a 6.2 mile

run course). The creators of the Siouxperman

Triathlon realized there are

few half marathons within a reasonable

proximity to Sioux Center; you have to

travel a distance to find participate in a

race. Harvest Half found a time of year

when Iowa has agreeable temperatures

and beautiful fall scenery. With the race

set between the Minneapolis marathon

and Des Moines marathon, from a

training perspective, athletes have a nice

event.

TRICK OR TREATING: OCTOBER

Children may trick or treat at Centre

Mall stores each Halloween evening.

HALLELUJAH PARTY: OCTOBER

Hosted by Bridge of Hope Ministries

on or near Oct. 31, this is an opportunity

for families to dress up in costumes and

participate in games at the Dordt University

Recreation Center.

SIOUX CENTER WREATHS ACROSS

AMERICA: DECEMBER

Begun in 2015, this Saturday morning

event honors veterans of conflicts

by laying wreaths on their graves and

honors veterans currently serving and

demonstrates support for their families.

The ceremony includes a military color

guard, a 21-gun salute and taps before

family and community members are

shuttled out to the Memory Gardens in

Sioux Center and Carmel Cemetery to

place the wreaths.

HERITAGE CHRISTMAS: DECEMBER

Heritage Village is decorated for the

holiday season. Walk through this

nostalgic setting and enjoy the old

fashioned sights, sounds and tastes of

Christmas. Enjoy a living Nativity, music,

hot chocolate and cookies. Participate in

make-and-take Christmas ornaments.

Hear stories of living on the prairie

during an 1800s winter. Santa and Mrs.

Claus make a visit as well. Dress warmly

and come to enjoy the holiday spirit. No

admission cost — please bring a nonperishable

food item or paper product

to donate to Mid-Sioux Opportunity

food pantry.

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and friends in the time of need. We are

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Sioux Center has a club

or organization for

almost every interest

or hobby — something

for everyone — including

service organizations, auxiliaries

and personal enrichment

groups.

Here is a list of some of

those organizations:

Spanish, 712-441-6749

casasiouxcounty.org

█ Center for Financial

Education

Tricia Driesen

712-722-3527

www.cfeministries.org

█ 4-H Clubs

712-737-4230

www.extension.iastate.edu/

sioux/4h

█ All Kids Can

www.sc-akc.com

320-979-9598

█ Family Crisis Center

800-382-5603

www.familycrisiscenters.org

█ American Legion

Cory Van Sloten, 712-

360-5082 | americanlegionsiouxc.wixsite.com/

sioux-center

█ Greater Sioux County

Genealogical Society

Wilma Vande Berg

712-722-3170

www.iagenweb.org/sioux

█ American Legion Auxiliary

Marjorie Brunsting, 712-

722-3851 (Ninth district)

Jean Brandes, 712-722-

3340 (president of Sioux

Center’s Unit 199)

█ ATLAS (Attaining Truth, Love

and Self-Control)

Amy Keahi, 712-722-4900

www.atlasofsiouxcenter.org

█ CASA (Center for

Assistance, Service and

Advocacy)

English, 712-441-3825

█ Habitat for Humanity

Kurt Franje, 712-476-2804

█ Hope Food Pantry

Marianne Sjaarda

712-722-3527

hopefoodpantry.weebly.com

█ HOME (House of Missions &

Equipping)

712-722-7729 | www.connectwithhome.org/

█ Kiwanis

David McAlpine, 712-722-

0100

█ Mid-Sioux Opportunity

712-722-3611

midsioux.org

█ Midwest Honor Flight

Aaron Van Beek, 712-463-

2020 | www.midwesthonorflight.org

█ NAMI (National Alliance on

Mental Illness)

Shirley Matheis, 712-722-

4462 | naminwia.org

█ Northwest Iowa Symphony

Orchestra

712-722-6230

niso.dordt.edu

█ Sioux Center Scouts

www.siouxcenterscouts.org

Boy Scouts

Greg Van Beek

E-mail: jointroop211@gmail.

com

Cub Scouts

Dave Crumrine, 712-722-

2939

█ Sioux County Trails Council

Brian Van Engen,

712- 722-2424

█ Sons of the American

Legion Squadron 199

Dave Van Beek,

712- 441-3511

█ Swim Team (Seahawks)

Lisa Purdy-Ciesielski, coach,

712-439-1833

Benj Van Donge, president,

712-441-3099

siouxcenter.org/152/Seahawks-Swim-Team

█ VFW (Veterans of Foreign

Wars)

Wayne Van Voorst

712-441-1097

Ken Van Voorst

712-441-5464

Chuck Brunsting

712-722-3850

█ Wreaths Across America

Aaron Van Beek

712-463-2020

www.siouxcenterwaa.org

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There are many choices for places

to worship in Sioux Center. Many

also offer small group study, youth

programs, outreach and missions.

█ Amistad Cristiana (Christian Fellowship)

130 Third St. NW, Sioux Center

712-722-2686

Pastor Eddy Arturo Olguin. Worship in

Spanish. Find on Facebook

amistadcsc@gmail.com

█ Bethel Christian Reformed Church

341 S. Main Ave., Sioux Center

712-722-3101

Pastor John Lee; www.bethelsc.org

█ Bridge of Hope Ministries

550 Ninth St. NE, Sioux Center

712-722-3951

Pastor Joel De Boer; www.bridgecrc.org

█ Carmel Reformed Church

2801 360th St., rural Rock Valley

712-722-2733

Pastor Mike Pitsenberger

www.carmelchurch.org

█ Central Reformed Church

113 N. Main Ave., Sioux Center

712-722-1441

www.centralreformed.org

█ Christ Community Evangelical Free

Church

945 Seventh Ave. SE, Sioux Center

712-722-4747

Senior Pastor Randy Widbin; Pastor of

Student Ministry Brandon Thiel. Pastor

Carlos Perez. English and Spanish

language services; www.christccevfree.

org

█ Christ the King Catholic Church

501 Second Ave. SW, Sioux Center

PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH, LCMC

712-722-3011

Father Douglas M. Klein. Offers English

and Spanish Mass options

www.christthekingsc.org

█ Church of Christ

950 N. Main Ave., Sioux Center

Pastor Dustin Bolks

www.calledout.com/index.html

█ Covenant Christian Reformed Church

106 Second St. NE, Sioux Center

712-722-4465

Pastor Joel Kok; covenantcrc.net

█ Faith Christian Reformed Church

801 Ninth St. SE, Sioux Center

712-722-3179

Pastor Bob Pollema; www.faith-crc.org

█ First Christian Reformed Church

321 Second St. SE, Sioux Center

712-722-0717

Pastor Kurt Monroe; www.firstcrc.com

█ First Reformed Church

160 10th St. SE, Sioux Center

712-722-1861

Pastors Travis Else and Jamie Dykstra

www.frcsc.org

█ Free Grace Reformed Church

3630 370th St., Sioux Center

712-722-3300

Pastor Mark Schwarz

www.middleburgfreegrace.org.

█ Hope Lutheran Church

7 16th St. SE, Sioux Center

712-722-4100

Pastor Katie Russell

www.hopelutheransc.com.

█ Iglesia Pentecostes Jesucristo El Buen

Pastor

(Pentecostal Church Jesus Christ the

Good Shepherd)

160 10th St. SE, Sioux Center. Pastors

Rodrigo and Karina Gonzalez. Find on

Facebook.

█ Lebanon Christian Reformed Church

2142 380th St. Sioux Center

712-722-1018

www.lebanoncrc.org

█ Netherlands Reformed Congregation

435 N. Main Ave., Sioux Center

712-722-2789

█ New Life Reformed Church

232 16th St. SE, Sioux Center

712-722-3520

Pastors Bobby Van Otterloo and Dan

Kruse; nlrchurch.org

█ Peace Lutheran Church, LCMC

2512 380th St., Sioux Center

712-722-0485

Pastor Bill Loefke;

peacelutheranlcmc.org

█ United Reformed Church

744 N. Main Ave., Sioux Center

712-722-1965

Pastor Jon Bushnell;

www.siouxcenterurc.org

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SIOUX CENTER SCHOOL DISTRICT

www.scwarriors.org

The Sioux Center School District motto

is “Educating the whole child for a

whole lifetime.”

The district’s enrollment between the

elementary, middle and high school

buildings for the 2020-21 school year is

1,460 students.

Construction continues at the site

of the new Sioux Center High School

building. The $42.9 million project

broke ground in August 2019 with the

building schedule to open in August

2021.

The academic portion of the building

will have 26 traditional classrooms that

can handle 600 students, with the commons,

science rooms, music rooms and

offices designed to handle 800 students

in the long-term. The building is being

constructed so that it can be readily

expanded when more space is needed

to reach that 800 capacity. The gym will

be able to seat approximately 2,000 people.

A $24.9 million special obligation bond

vote passed by 76 percent in 2019 to

financially support the project.

Sioux Center School board members:

Tim Gesink, president; Jerod Work, Scott

Te Stroete, Nate Bullock and LoriAnne

Andersen.

Superintendent: Gary McEldowney.

KINSEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

397 10th St. SE, Sioux Center

712-722-1541

Principal: Troy Lentell

Transitional kindergarten-grade 4

Number of students: 602

Number of staff: 91

SIOUX CENTER MIDDLE SCHOOL

950 Fourth Ave. NE, Sioux Center

712-722-3783

Principal: Eli Ellis

Grades 5-8

Number of students: 450

Number of staff: 60

SIOUX CENTER HIGH SCHOOL

550 Ninth St. NE, Sioux Center

712-722-2981

Principal: Brent Town

Grades 9-12

Number of students: 422

Number of staff: 51

SIOUX CENTER CHRISTIAN

SCHOOL

630 First Ave. SE, Sioux Center

712-722-0777

www.siouxcenterchristian.com

Head of School: Josh Bowar

Transitional kindergarten-grade 8

Number of students: 515

Number of staff: 88

The mission of Sioux Center Christian

School is to develop in each of God’s

children a knowledge and understanding

of Christ and His creation so that

they can obediently serve God and others

as they work and play.

PRESCHOOL LEARNING CENTER

1124 Seventh Ave. NE

712-722-4850

Four-year-old preschool facility

includes Little Warriors Preschool,

Stepping Stones Preschool and Regular

Head Start.

EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER

1070 Seventh Ave. NE

712-722-8270

Three-year-old preschool; includes

Early Head Start, Active Learning Preschool

and day care.

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GROWING

TO SERVE YOU AND YOUR FAMILY

GROWINGcommunity

CAPITAL CAMPAIGN

“ Sioux Center is is a growing, vibrant community encompassing residents across

the entire lifespan. One reason the community is so vibrant and continues to

grow is is that the people stay in our community, invest in our community, and

remain connected to to the community throughout their entire lives. It is important

for Sioux Center to to have a full continuum of options available for individuals as

their needs change throughout their lives. Providing high-quality medical care,

independent/assisted living options and nursing home care are all part of that

continuum. All of of us at Sioux Center Health look forward to creating new

opportunities for our community members to access care and needed services

right here in in Sioux Center so they can continue to enjoy the support of family,

friends, and their faith community.”

CORY NELSON, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

SENIOR LIVING CAMPUS

• • Expand services with different levels of care in one location

• • Additional living space, features, and amenities

• • Greater capacity to to allow seniors to live and stay in our community

• • More accommodations to to live maintenance free with access to healthcare services

• • New Assisted Living Memory Care

FAMILY MEDICINE CLINIC

• • Enhance privacy and safety features

• • Better access to to care

• • Improve wayfinding

LEARN MORE AT SIOUXCENTERHEALTH.ORG

Your Neighbor, Your Realtor, Your Move …

Rachel Hoogeveen

Sales Associate

712-441-5100

Kimberly Dekkers

Sales Associate

605-610-5138

Donna De Weerd

Broker/Owner

712-441-5627

Jacki Maassen

Broker Associate

712-395-1334

Kristin De Jong

Office Assistant

712-722-0045

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Darren Van’t Hul

Sales Associate

712-578-9114

Darla Van’t Hul

Sales Associate

712-578-9621

John Calsbeek

Broker Associate

712-330-2943

Karen Schuiteman

Office Assistant

712-722-0045

59 3rd St. NE, Sioux Center, IA 51250

712-722-0045 • www.visionresc.com


HISTORY

Associated with the Christian

Reformed Church,

Dordt University in Sioux

Center was founded in 1955

as Dordt College. It became a

university in 2019.

Since its inception, Dordt

has sought students interested

in a biblical, Christ-centered

education. The school

also collaborates on projects

with the city of Sioux Center,

Sioux Center School District

and Sioux Center Christian

School. Joint-use projects

include Open Space Park

athletic fields and grounds,

the Preschool Learning Center

and the All Seasons Center

indoor pool and Vernon

ice arena.

ACADEMICS

The curriculum is designed

to give each student a complete

comprehensive education

from a solid Reformed,

Christian perspective. There

are more than 40 majors, 12

preprofessional programs,

and two associate degrees.

Dordt also offers an online

business degree and several

masters programs.

ATHLETICS

A member of the National

Association of Intercollegiate

Athletics (NAIA) and the

Great Plains Athletic Conference

(GPAC), Dordt fields

intercollegiate teams in a

wide variety of sports Dordt

will be adding a competitive

cheer team in 2021-22.

Intramural sports are offered

as well.

ENROLLMENT

Dordt’s student body

includes 1,650 students

from 30 states, five Canadian

provinces and 24 other

countries.

FACULTY

Dordt has more than 90 fulltime

faculty members and a

student-faculty ratio of 12:1.

FINANCIAL AID

More than 98 percent of

Dordt students receive

financial aid in the form of

scholarships, grants, loans

and student employment

opportunities.

ACADEMICS • FINE ARTS • ATHLETICS

COMING IN

JUNE 2021

“EDUCATING THE WHOLE STUDENT FOR A WHOLE LIFETIME”

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HOUSING AVAILABILITY

Sioux Center continues to

experience growth and housing

continues to prosper. Approximately

45 homes are available

for sale in Sioux Center as well

as several apartments for rent at

any one time. The homes range

in price from $75,000-$500,000.

For information, visit realtors.

com or individual Sioux Center

realtor websites. Regardless of

the location where you choose to

call home, Sioux Center remains

a clean, attractive and family-friendly

city.

HOME VALUES (2019)

Average assessed value:

$223,830

Average taxable value: $123,110

Average taxes: $4,300

PRAIRIE RIDGE

DEVELOPMENT

Located on the southeastern

edge of the community. For

information, call 712-722-4472.

MEADOW CREEK

DEVELOPMENT

Located east of Kinsey Elementary.

For information, call 712-

YEAR

NEW HOMES

2019......................................................................20

2018......................................................................21

2017......................................................................30

2016......................................................................33

2015......................................................................29

2014......................................................................22

441-7198.

SOUTH RIDGE ESTATES

(RIDGE GOLF COURSE

DEVELOPMENT)

There are on-course and offcourse

lots for sale. For information,

call 712-441-0672.

WOODBRIDGE

DEVELOPMENT

Located south of Sioux Center

Health. For information, call

712-722-2724.

NEW HOMESTEAD LOW RENT

HOUSING

510 N. Meadow Dr., Sioux Center.

Income-based; an entity of

the city of Sioux Center. For more

info, call 712-722-2237. Also visit

scnewhomestead.com.

RESIDENTIAL STARTS

YEAR

NEW HOMES

2013......................................................................18

2012......................................................................43

2011......................................................................20

2010......................................................................19

2009......................................................................20

█ Achterhof Real Estate Inc.

Perry Van Gorp

322 N. Main Ave.

712-722-0003

█ Beyer Auction & Realty

Del Beyer

16 Third St. NE

712-722-4315

beyerauctionrealty.com

█ Epic Realty

Jennifer Jansen

815 N. Main Ave, Suite 1

712-722-5150

epichomerealty.com

█ Hilt Real Estate Inc.

Pat Hilt

415 First Ave. NE

712-722-0707

hiltrealestate.com

█ Jans Real Estate

Ben Jans

310 N. Main Ave.

712-722-4466

█ Team Realty Services Inc.

Brian Groeneweg

1218 S. Main Ave.

712-722-4472

teamrealtysc.com/web

█ Vision Realty

Donna De Weerd

59 Third St. NE

712-722-0045

www.visionresc.com

█ Z Homes and Realty Inc

Merlin Zwart

308 N. Main Ave.

712-441-4158

homesinsiouxcenter.com/web

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CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES

█ Isakson Chiropractic

815 N Main Ave. NW, Suite 5, Sioux

Center | 712-722-0071

www.isaksonchiropractic.com

█ Kragt Chiropractic Clinic

1236 S. Main Ave., Sioux Center

712-722-2965

█ Prairie Life Chiropractic Clinic

1224 S. Main Ave., Sioux Center

712-722-4838

www.prairielifechiropractic.com

█ Schoellerman Chiropractic

782 Fourth Ave. NE, Sioux Center

712-722-0547

█ Sioux Center Chiropractic

Wellness Clinic

83 W. First St., Sioux Center

712-722-0788

www.siouxcenterchiropractic.com

DENTAL SERVICES

█ Addink & Van Es Dentistry

159 S. Main Ave., Sioux Center

712-722-2618

kajve@mtcnet.net

█ Bylsma-Mulder Family Dentistry

159 S. Main Ave., Sioux Center

712-722-2633

bylsmamulder@mtcnet.net

█ Children’s Dental Centre

164 S. Main Ave., Sioux Center

712-722-5565

childrensdentalcentresc.com

█ Northwest Iowa Endodontics

1629 First Ave. SW, Sioux Center

712-722-3216

www.nwiendo.com

█ Sioux Center Dental

1320 S. Main. Ave, Sioux Center

712-722-5155

www.siouxcenterdental.com

█ Uribe Family & Cosmetic Dentistry

132 N. Main Ave., Sioux Center

712-722-2525 | www.uribedental.

com

█ Wagner, Kuntz & Grabouski

Orthodontics

159 S. Main Ave., Sioux Center

712-722-3658

www.siouxlandsmiles.com/siouxcenter-office

EYE CARE SERVICE

█ Beaver Eye Care

105 S. Main Ave., Sioux Center

712-722-1270

beavereyecare.com

█ Driesen Eye Center

318 N. Main Ave., Sioux Center

712-722-2051

www.drieseneyecenter.com

HEARING

█ Jorgensen Hearing Center

45 Second St. NE, Sioux Center

712-722-4244

www.jorgensenhearingcenter.com

█ Korver Audiology & Hearing

Services

38 19th St. SW, Sioux Center

712-722-4327

MEDICAL CLINIC SERVICES

█ Promise Community Health Center

Federally qualified health center that

also offers dental, midwife/prenatal,

behavioral health and eye care services.

The facility opened a remodeled

5,000 square feet of space in August

2020 that wrapped up phase one of a

two-phase project for the health center,

which added a new dental wing,

which includes a total of seven operatories,

dental lab, dental sterilization

room and dental offices. The project

also changed the front entrance of the

building, added a larger waiting room

and reception area, two new financial

counselor offices and additional administrative

offices.

33 Fourth St. NW, Sioux Center

712-722-1700

Medical hours: 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday

and Thursday; 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday

and Wednesday; 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday.

www.promisechc.org

█ Sioux Center Health

Sioux Center Health broke ground in

the fall of 2020 on a $34 million project

to expand its family medical clinic

and Senior Living campus.

At its main campus it offers a medical

clinic, urgent care clinic, emergency

room, general surgery clinic, specialty

clinic, behavioral health and the

Siouxland memory center. Also has a

birthing and prenatal service center,

therapy and rehabilitation center, senior

assisted living and hospice care,

day care, preschool and child care

services, occupation health services

and in-home medical supplies and

medical device rental.

1101 Ninth St. SE, Sioux Center

712-722-2609

Clinic hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-

Friday, 8 a.m.-noon Saturday. Closed

on holidays. Appointments required.

Urgent care: 6-8 p.m. Thursdays, 8:30

a.m.-12:30 p.m. Saturday-Sunday.

MISCELLANEOUS

█ Entegro

1275 Seventh Ave. NE, Sioux Center

712-722-3955

entegrohealth.com

█ Seasons Center for Behavioral

Health

147 S. Main Ave., Sioux Center

800-242-5101 | seasonscenter.org

PHARMACY LOCATIONS

█ Hy-Vee Pharmacy

1951 S. Main Ave., Sioux Center

712-722-3516

█ Lewis Family Drug

143 S. Main Ave., Sioux Center

712-722-2704

█ Walmart Pharmacy

255 16th St. SW, Sioux Center

712-722-2326

PHYSICAL THERAPY

█ ProActive Physical Therapy &

Sports Rehab

110 16th St. SW, Sioux Center

712-722-1902 | proactivephysical

therapy.net

█ Sioux Center Physical Therapy

Clinic

1101 Ninth St. SE, Sioux Center

712-722-8125

siouxcenterhealth.org/services/

therapy-center

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SENIOR LIVING CAMPUSES

█ Crown Pointe

1400 Seventh Ave. SE, Sioux Center

712-722-8260

siouxcenterhealth.org/services/seniorliving

█ Royale Meadows

1400 Seventh Ave. SE, Sioux Center

712-722-8305

siouxcenterhealth.org/services/seniorliving

OTHER FACILITIES

█ Franken Manor

527 S. Main Ave., Sioux Center

712-722-8174

siouxcenterhealth.org/services/seniorliving

█ Friendly Horizons

645 First Ave. SW, Sioux Center

402-980-7438

friendlyhorizon.com

█ Hospice and Home Care

1400 Seventh Ave. SE, Sioux Center

712-722-8108

siouxcenterhealth.org/services/seniorliving

█ Kosgrove Estates

4155 S. Highway 75, Sioux Center

712-722-4972

www.siouxcenter.org/171/Kosgrove-

Estate

SENIOR MEAL:

Fellowship dinners are served

11:30 a.m. Wednesdays at the New

Homestead community room, 510 N.

Meadow Dr., for all seniors 60 and

older.

Kelly’s Catering of Hospers

provides this service at a cost of

$6 per meal. There are no income

guidelines or tickets needed to attend.

Menus are posted on Channel 12

and in the local newspaper. For

more information, contact the New

Homestead office at 712-722-2237.

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Mechanical & Electrical Consulting Engineers

GIVE US A CALL

712-722-2449

1460 N. Main Ave. • Sioux Center, IA

Phone 712-722-0228 • 385 12th St NE, Sioux Center

www.edaengineers.com

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CITY PARKS

The city of Sioux Center is home to

many parks, including Central Park,

Children’s Park, Country Fields, Country

View Park, Crown Pointe Vernon Park,

Open Space Park, Regency Park, Ridge

Park, Sunrise Trails Park, Tower Fields

and Westside Park.

They have shelters for picnics, games

and get-togethers. Open shelters are

available to the public and enclosed

shelters can be reserved for a fee by

calling the city offices at 712-722-0761.

The open shelters are available free on a

first-come, first-served basis.

The lighted courts and fields are open

from dawn until 11 p.m. and no alcohol

is to be consumed in any of the park

areas. No pets are allowed in ball fields.

SANDY HOLLOW

RECREATION AREA

This 116-acre area, managed by the

Sioux County Conservation Board

since 2014, has a campground, swimming

beach, fishing/boat access and

hiking trails. There are also open air

picnic shelters available, along with an

enclosed rental facility. New prairie has

been planted in a portion of the park

offering up a hiking trail system. The

area is also attached to the city of Sioux

Center’s paved walking/biking trail.

Park hours are 7 a.m.-10:30 p.m. year

round. A park pass is required for each

vehicle at $5 a day or $20 for an annual

pass. Additional passes per family are

$10 each and must be purchased that

same day. Passes will be good at Sandy

Hollow and the Big Sioux Recreation

Area (near Hawarden).

For more information, call 712-722-

2491 or 712-552-1047.

Also unique to this area is the outdoor

archery range and indoor archery range

available with membership. To learn

more about using the archery range or

to sign up for an archery league, visit

www.siouxcountyarchery.org or e-mail

info@siouxcountyarchery.org.

The city of Sioux Center

has a 7.7 mile trail

system designed to

connect those walking,

jogging, running, bicycling,

roller blading and skateboarding

to parks, schools

and neighborhoods. A 2.9-

mile paved “spine” trail runs

from 20th Street Southeast to

12th Street Northeast. A trail

extension also runs from the

intersection of 20th Street

Southeast and Third Avenue

Northeast to Regency Park,

past the KSOU property.

A 3,080-foot loop starts at

the southwest corner of Vernon

Park, near the intersection

of 16th Street Southeast

and Seventh Avenue Southeast.

The 10-foot-wide trail

curves around the east side of

Sioux Center Health’s Crown

Pointe and Royale Meadows,

then heads west to reconnect

with Seventh Avenue Southeast.

The loop features views

of a landscaped garden space

near Crown Pointe and has

connections to Crown Pointe

and Royal Meadows so residents

have trail access.

The latest expansion

involved adding a threetenths

of a mile segment past

the Sioux Center Health pond

going south to a covered

bridge adjacent to the Woodbridge

Development. Future

plans involved connecting

this paved portion to the trail

by Crown Pointe.

The trail system also

includes a 3.2-mile segment

that connects to the Sandy

Hollow Recreation Area east

of Sioux Center.

TRAILS COUNCIL

The Sioux Center Trails

Council began in 2012 to

promote safe biking and

expanded opportunities for

biking, walking, jogging and

other trail activities in the

Sioux Center area. Anyone

can contact the council by

e-mailing SCTrails@gmail.

com. Also, check out “Sioux

Center Trails Council” on

Facebook to stay up to date

with trail or bicycle-related

events.

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Can you ENVISION YOUR CHILD ENFOLDED at a school

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is the CENTRAL FOCUS?

At Sioux Center Christian School, we see each student

as a stunning and unique child of God.

We are passionate about creating educational experiences that are

rooted in God’s Word, reveal His fingerprints in all things, and

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SIOUX CENTER CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

630 First Ave SE /// Sioux Center, IA 51250 /// 712.722.0777

www.siouxcenterchristian.com /// sccsoffice@siouxcenterchristian.com

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ALL SEASONS CENTER

Director: Dave Ruter

770 Seventh St. NE, Sioux Center

712-722-4386 Ext. 3

E-mail: daver@allseasonscenter.org

Office hours: 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday

www.allseasonscenter.org

The All Seasons Center is a recreational

center that opened in 2003 and includes

an indoor pool and the Siouxnami

Waterpark, which opened in 2019.

Siouxnami Waterpark, open Memorial

Day through Labor Day, features waterslides,

an outdoor aqua zip line, a lazy

river, a 16-foot climbing wall and more.

There are zero-depth entry pools and

splash areas.

The Vernon Arena ice is National Hockey

League sized (200 feet long by 85 feet

wide) for a total of 17,000 square feet.

It has a dry floor season March-August

and an ice season September-February

for skating and hockey.

There’s also a senior center. The facility

is open to the public year-round.

Visit the All Seasons Center website for

hours.

SIOUX CENTER RECREATION

Many recreation programs are available

for adults and youth in Sioux Center.

Adult programs include archery, basketball,

disc golf, flag football, hockey,

kickball, line dance, slow pitch softball,

soccer, volleyball and whiffle ball.

Children’s programs include archery,

basketball, baseball, cheerleading,

dance, football, golf, gymnastics, hockey,

soccer, softball, swimming, tennis,

volleyball and wrestling.

A registration packet for summer programs

is sent home with school students

each spring. For more information, visit

siouxcenter.org, find registration details

at siouxcenter.maxgalaxy.net/BrowseActivities.aspx?

or call 712-722-4386 Ext. 3.

SIOUX CENTER ARTS

Director: Kate Henreckson

770 Seventh St. NE, Sioux Center

712-722-4386 Ext. 8

E-mail: kateh@siouxcenter.org

Hours vary based on activities and

events scheduled.

www.allseasonscenter.org

“The mission of Sioux Center Arts is to

educate, enlighten and enrich our community

through the arts.”

Throughout the year there are various

performances such as concerts and theater

productions, many performed by

local students from Sioux Center School

District, Sioux Center Christian School

and Dordt University. Te Paske Theater

at Sioux Center High School is a shared

venue for many of these productions.

Sioux Center is also home of Northwest

Iowa Symphony Orchestra, or NISO,

which performs at Dordt.

THE RIDGE GOLF COURSE

2595 Ridge Rd., Sioux Center

712-722-4866

www.siouxcenterridge.com

The Ridge, Sioux Center’s 18-hole

golf course on the south edge of Sioux

Center adjacent to 20th Street Southeast

and Highway 75, opened in the spring

of 2009. The course was named the

Iowa Golf Association’s 18-hole course

of the year in 2012 and hosts a number

of weekly golf leagues and tournaments

during the summer months.

The Ridge features a full-service golf

shop, practice facilities, banquet rooms,

patio and bar and grill.

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Energy also produces high value feed

co-products — wet distiller’s grain, syrup

and corn oil — that are the remnants

of the corn after the ethanol producing

starch is removed. These co-products

are sold to nearby beef and dairy operations.

█ Siouxpreme Egg Products

321 Second Ave. SW

712-722-4787

Egg processing company was founded

in 1981.

█ Trans Ova Genetics

2930 380th St.

712-722-3586 | www.transova.com

Trans Ova Genetics provides industry-leading

reproductive technologies

and expertise to cattle breeders

through a professional services team

that works closely with clients to understand

their breeding goals and ultimately

help clients advance and extend

superior genetics. It began in 1980.

█ Smithfield Foods-Sioux Center

251 15th St. NE

712-722-3675

A division of Patrick Cudahy LLC,

headquartered in Milwaukee, WI.

The Sioux Center facility processes

fresh pork bellies into smoked, sliced,

cooked and ready-to-eat bacon and

bacon toppings for food service and

retail customers.

█ Visser Elevator

412 Third Ave. NW

712-722-0661

www.visserelevator.com

Visser Elevator, established in 1946,

focuses on hog and poultry feeds at

its main milling facility and has a sister

mill focusing on strictly poultry feed.

The poultry mill, Center Fresh Egg, was

built in 2005.

Address: 102 S. Main Ave., Sioux

Center

Phone: 712-722-2138

Online: www.siouxcenterlibrary.org

Hours: 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Thursday;

9 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday; 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

Saturday

Director: Becky Bilby

E-mail: support@siouxcenterlibrary.

org

The Sioux Center Public Library is

conveniently located along Highway

75, south of the post office.

The 20,000-square-foot space opened

in 2008 and includes meeting rooms, a

computer lab and art gallery, as well as

books and movies.

The present facility replaced the

former library located on First Avenue

Northeast after it was destroyed in a

July 2003 fire.

Following the fire, the library was

housed in the Sioux Center Community

Center for five years, which

was razed to make room for the new

library’s parking lot.

The library was originally established

in 1927 by a committee of Women’s

Club members in Sioux Center.

Whether you’re a first-time visitor or

regular user, the Sioux Center Public

Library wants to make patrons feel

welcome. The library has many materials

and services that people may not

know are available, and that includes

e-books, free wireless internet, online

resources and numerous children and

adult programs. It also has meeting

rooms available for public use and

is home to the Greater Sioux County

Genealogical Society research department.

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█ Agriculture, Industry and Technology

Industry in Sioux Center helps stimulate

the economy, creates jobs, and provides

products for companies throughout the

region and the country. Industry has always

meant progress, and in Sioux Center

it means progressing toward a better

future for the city and its residents.

█ AgriVision Equipment Group

North Highway 75, opening June 2021.

712-622-8223

Construction began in 2020 for a

new 85,000-square-foot John Deere

facility that will serve customers in the

agricultural, residential and construction

markets. The state-of-the-art facility will

be equipped with overhead cranes, a

large area for combine/forage harvester

storage, expanded parts inventory, wash

bay and training facilities. The company

seeks to employ more than 50 people at

the Sioux Center location once completed.

█ Animal Health International

392 15th St. NE

1-800-735-8387

www.animalhealthinternational.com

Animal Health International, Inc. supplies

products focused on companion

animals, equine, beef and dairy cattle,

poultry and swine, ranging from vaccines

and pharmaceuticals to state-of-the-art

equipment and software. The company

has a vaccine distributor location in Sioux

Center.

█ Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica

1544 N. Main Ave.

712-722-8700

www.bi-vetmedica.com

Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica is the

U.S. animal health division of the global,

family-owned Boehringer Ingelheim company

headquartered in Germany. Stateside,

BIV is headquartered in St. Joseph,

MO, and has three research, development

and manufacturing sites. Sioux

Center’s site focuses on swine vaccine

research.

█ Cambridge Technologies

1568 N Main Ave.

507-372-4722

www.prairieholdings.com

Cambridge Technologies, part of the

Prairie Holdings Group of companies

based in Worthington, MN, provides ingredients

for animal disease prevention

and care.

█ Center Fresh Egg Group

241 St. Andrews Way

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712-722-0132

www.centerfreshgroup.com

Founded by eight Iowa families, Center

Fresh Group is a leading shell egg and

liquid egg-product producer. Along with

its Sioux Center-based headquarters,

three of its individual companies — Center

Fresh Egg Farm, Sioux County Egg

Farm and Sioux County Pullets — are

located in Sioux County.

█ EDA Inc.

385 12th St. NE

712-722-0228 | edaengineers.com

EDA Inc. is a mechanical and electrical

consulting engineering firm that has

provided engineering services for the

building and construction industry since

1985.

█ Exemplar Genetics

958 N. Main Ave.

712-722-2767

www.exemplargenetics.com

Founded in 2008, at Exemplar Genetics

develops specialized miniature swine

models that are genetically engineered to

exhibit a wide variety of human disease

states to provide a more accurate platform

to test the efficacy of new medications

and devices. Exemplar Genetics is

part of the Intrexon family of companies.

█ Farmers Cooperative Society

317 Third St. NW

712-722-2671

www.farmerscoopsociety.com

A farmers’ cooperative that provides

feed, grain and lumber.

█ Groschopp, Inc.

420 15th St. NE

712-722-4135

www.groschopp.com

A fractional horsepower electric motor

and gear motor manufacturer.

█ Interstates

1520 N. Main Ave.

712-722-1662

www.interstates.com

Interstates offers electrical construction,

electrical engineering and control

systems services. For more than 60

years, the company has tackled complex

challenges and developed innovative

solutions for industrial manufacturing and

processing facilities around the world.

█ Link Manufacturing

223 15th St. NE

800-222-6283 |

www.linkmfg.com

Link develops and manufactures a variety

of suspensions specially engineered

to address the needs of commercial vehicles

and equipment.

█ Pella Corporation

1800 N. Main Ave.

712-722-3800

www.pella.com

A window and door manufacturer;

Sioux Center location opened in 2001.

█ Perdue

4241 Hwy. 75

712-722-2555

www.siouxpreme.com

Pork processing plant open since

1969.

█ Rental-All Inc.

130 22nd St. NE

712-722-3928

rent-all.com

Provides a large variety of items for

rent, from lawn and garden, construction

equipment, vehicles and event rentals.

█ Sioux Automation Center

877 First Ave. NW

712-722-1488

www.siouxautomation.com

Livestock equipment manufacturer

and offers repair services; established in

1961.

█ Sioux Biochemical, Inc.

618 14th St. NE

712-722-4694

www.siouxbiochemical.com

Sioux Biochemical specializes in the

extraction and purification of proteins

and biomolecules. Founded in 1995 by

Allan Kramer, its team of experts in protein

chemistry manufacture high quality

dietary ingredients for joint health.

█ Sioux Pharm, Inc.

121 19th St. SW

712-722-4699 | siouxpharm.com

Founded in 1998, Sioux Pharm, Inc.

isolates natural products from animal tissues

in a 40,000-square-foot facility on

the southwestern edge of Sioux Center.

Its main products include chondroitin

sulfate.

█ Siouxland Energy Cooperative

3890 Garfield Ave.

712-722-4904

www.siouxlandenergy.com

Siouxland Energy Cooperative is a

farmer-owned ethanol plant near Sioux

Center. The ethanol produced from corn

is sold for blending with gasoline as an

octane enhancer and as a fuel. Siouxland


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Sioux Center News/Sioux

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67 Third St. NE, Sioux Center

712-722-0741

www.nwestiowa.com

Established in 1892, the

Sioux Center News, a weekly

publication distributed on

Wednesdays, provides local

coverage of city and county

government, education,

business and economic

development.

You will find locally-produced

content about the

people, businesses and organizations

that make Sioux

Center a unique and thriving

community.

Established in 1936, the

Sioux Center Shopper is a

popular free distribution

paper with advertisements

from the local business

community. It is among the

oldest shoppers in the state.

Iowa Information Inc. purchased

the organization in

2015.

President: Jeff Wagner

Editor: Jeff Grant

KSOU RADIO

SIOUX COUNTY

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128 20th St. SE, Sioux Center

712-722-1090

Contest: 712-722-1091

www.siouxcountyradio.com

KSOU-AM went on the air

in 1969 as the original station

in Sioux County Broadcasting.

It changed its name to

Classic KSOU-AM in 2012

and is a daytime-only station

that operates seven days a

week from sunrise Monday

through Saturday and begins

at 7 a.m. Sunday. The broadcast

day ends at 7 p.m. unless

sunset is sooner. KSOU-FM

went on the air in 1974 and

broadcasts news, weather,

farm, sports and music. The

station broadcasts 24 hours

per day.

1090 AM | 93.9 FM

KDCR RADIO

Dordt University campus

712-722-0885

kdcr.dordt.edu

KDCR began broadcasting

Aug. 16, 1968, from the

campus of Dordt University.

KDCR was then, and is ,

owned by Dordt and is governed

by Dordt’s Board of

Trustees.

KDCR has never been a

typical college radio station.

While most college-owned

radio stations broadcast to a

campus audience, KDCR has

always broadcast far beyond

Dordt’s campus boundaries.

KDCR broadcasts at 100,000

watts to a radius of 80-90

miles, and can also be heard

live around the world on the

internet.

KDCR is on the air 24 hours

a day, broadcasting Christian

contemporary music, timely

weather and news information,

numerous devotional

and informational programs,

and play-by-play action of

Dordt University sporting

events.

88.5 FM

Sioux Center, a community of

about 8,000 people, is experiencing

steady and exciting growth.

Whether you are visiting in search of

employment opportunities, to find a

home, to shop for goods and services,

to enjoy our recreational facilities, to

spend time with family and friends or

just passing through, Sioux Center has

what you are looking for.

“Progress Through Cooperation” has

long been the city’s motto as is manifested

in the many fine facilities that

are available through the cooperative

efforts of various organizations and

individuals in Sioux Center. From the All

Seasons Center, to educational facilities

to The Ridge Golf Course, this cooperative

spirit has allowed many exciting

visions to become a reality.

The Sioux Center Chamber is a progressive,

committed organization providing

quality service and support to

the membership and the community

through promotional opportunities,

cooperative action, information, education

and visionary leadership. This

mission is fulfilled in a variety of ways:

Promoting Sioux Center as an

excellent business, industrial and residential

community.

Promoting member businesses

when inquiries are received and in the

many coupon books that go to new residents

and college students.

Celebrating businesses’ success

with ribbon cuttings and chamber coffees.

Boosting businesses’ bottom line

with the Chamber Gift Certificate program.

Effectively communicating relevant

and valuable information to the

membership.

Continuing the partnership role

with the city of Sioux Center.

Maintaining and developing new

avenues for all business sectors.

The chamber is a nonprofit organization

governed by a five-member executive

board. A staff is employed by the

board to execute chamber policies and

programs.

As the largest business organization in

Sioux Center, the Chamber is devoted to

fostering the healthy economic growth

of the community.

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Heritage Village offers

an historical setting

in Open Space Park.

The grounds, which include

gardens and 65 varieties of

trees, are open year round.

Buildings are open during

the Sioux County Youth Fair

in July, the two-day Harvest

Festival in September, a

one-day holiday event in

December and by appointment.

Buildings also are available

to rent for reunions, weddings

and other events.

The village began in the

late 1980s to create a historical

display for 1992 Sioux

Center Centennial Celebration.

The Sioux Center Heritage

Board and Heritage

Threshers and Collectors

are involved in the activities,

planning, additions and

maintenance of the village.

Heritage Village is home

to several historical buildings

and attractions. A couple

popular ones are the:

Blacksmith Shop — The

Braaks brothers used this

building for their welding

shop in Ireton until the late

1980s. Now it’s a fully-functioning

blacksmith shop.

Sod Hut — Sioux Center

is one of the few areas

in Iowa where the original

settlers lived in sod huts.

The sod hut is a highlight for

hundreds of school children

that attend the Harvest Festival

every year.

One-Room Country

School House — This

school house was built in

1928 in the Middleburg

area. The building was used

as a school until 1959 and

later was used as the township

hall. It represents the

numerous one-room country

schools that existed in

the county until the 1950s.

Church — The Heritage

Village Church is a replica of

the original church built in

Sioux Center in 1877. People

pulled their wagons up

to the building and, if they

went inside, used their wagon

seats to sit in the church.

Find the complete list of

Heritage Village attractions

online at www.siouxcenter.

org/233/Heritage-Village-Attractions.

Call the city office at 712-

722-0761 for more information

or to make an appointment.

Sioux Center was

once divided into

two locations — Old

Town Sioux Center and

North Sioux Center — in the

1880s before the community

was incorporated.

The original site of Sioux

Center was plotted in 1881,

near what is now the stoplight

intersection of South

Main Avenue and Ninth

Street Southeast by First

Reformed Church.

According to a Dec. 10,

1891, issue of the Hawarden

Independent newspaper,

up until 1889 Sioux Center

“had no railroad or shipping

facilities and consequently

did not prosper to

any great extent.”

The Great Northern Railway

Company brought

change.

In 1889, the Great Northern

Land Company bought

land and built a road north

and south through Sioux

County, platting a town on

its line about three-fourths

of a mile north of Old Town

Sioux Center near what is

now Farmers Cooperative

Society, three blocks west

of the intersection of Main

Avenue and Third Street NE.

The railroad called its town

North Sioux Center.

The rail company had

purchased land from Jacob

Kosters before he moved

to Michigan and before

Kosters or Sioux Center

realized what the railroad

had in mind.

The Hawarden Independent

described the scene:

“In a few weeks, nearly

every business man in

the old town had moved

to the railroad point and

with the businessmen who

came looking for just such

a bonanza as this field

presented, the town had a

veritable boom.”

Business prospects were

too good for anyone to

spend time disputing

whether they should move

to North Sioux Center or

not. Soon, a road connected

the two towns and the mile

gap filled in with about 500

residential homes, noted

the Hawarden Independent.

The location incorporated

as one town under the

name Sioux Center on June

29, 1891.

Compiled by Sioux Center

News staff writer Renee

Wielenga, including information

from “A Pocket of

Civility: A History of Sioux

Center” by the late Mike Vanden

Bosch.

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Center.

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variety of

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throughout

the year.

Find our public hours

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The Terrace View Event Center in

Sioux Center brings together the

people of Northwest Iowa in an

impressive and inviting atmosphere

for personal and professional events —

from seminars, trade shows and meetings,

to banquets, weddings and other

social and community gatherings.

The Event Center, which opened May

1, 2012, is located at 230 St. Andrews

Way, in the South Ridge Estates Commercial

Park just off Highway 75 on

the south side of Sioux Center and

adjacent to The Ridge Golf Course.

The facility has a total of 16,500

square feet with versatility of multiple

rooms that have integrated audio/video

and lighting systems.

The main 9,000-square-foot space

is able to comfortably seat up to 500

guests at round tables and more than

700 guests for receptions and seminars

and has an exclusive view of the

golf course.

Owned by the city of Sioux Center

and privately managed by a local operating

group, the Terrace View Event

Center was built to provide the communities

of Northwest Iowa a stateof-the-art

facility to host a variety of

events while encouraging growth of

the economy of Sioux Center.

Those interested in the facility can

contact general manager Kelly De

Haan at 712-722-8439 or e-mail kelly@

theterraceview.com.

Whatever you’re craving

— whether a thick steak,

platter of nachos, broasted

chicken or an ice cream

treat — Sioux Center dining

options have you covered.

█ Bamboo Garden

204 N. Main Ave.

712-722-1788

█ Babies Bakery

377 S. Main Ave.

712-460-0980

█ Pizza Ranch

251 N. Main Ave., Centre

Mall, Sioux Center

712-722-3988

█ Season Buffet

1925 S. Main Ave., Sioux

Center

712-722-3680

█ 712 Nutrition

1801 1/2 S. Frontage Rd.,

Sioux Center

712-722-2712

█ Butlers Cafe & Coffee

85 W. First St.

712-722-2362

█ Casey’s Bakery & Deli

Centre Mall

712-722-2551

█ Casey’s General Store

8 Seventh St. NE

712-722-2000

█ Culver’s

1913 S. Main Ave.

712- 722-1236

█ Dairy Queen Grill & Chill

1603 First Ave. SW

712-722-3777

█ 4 Brothers Bar & Grill

50 St. Andrews Way

712-722-4444

█ The Fruited Plain Cafe

172 N. Main Ave.

712-722-0901

█ Godfather’s Pizza Express

2950 S. Main Ave.

712-722-2530

█ Hardee’s

660 N. Main Ave.

712-722-3663

█ Hy-Vee Deli, Kitchen

1951 S. Main Ave.

712-722-2601

█ Jimmy John’s

857 N Main Ave.

712-722-3278

█ La Rancherita

204 Third St. NW

712-449-5407

█ Los Tulipanes

1923 S. Main Ave., Sioux

Center

712-722-1434

█ McDonald’s

1212 N. Main Ave.

712-722-3031

█ Mi Lupita Restaurante

842 N. Main Ave.

712-722-1765

█ MJ’s Sinclair

1801 S. Frontage Rd.

712-722-3900

█ Olivia’s Bakery

323 N. Main Ave.

712-722-0477

█ Petals & Perks

Centre Mall

712-722-3631

█ Pizza Hut

1989 S. Main Ave., Sioux

Center

712-722-3000

█ Sioux County Livestock

Company/Back Door Lounge

1386 S. Main Ave., Sioux

Center

712-722-2207

█ South Ridge Travel Plaza

2950 S Main Ave.

712-722-2507

█ Subway

2950 S. Main Ave.

712-722-1919

█ Taco John’s

334 N. Main Ave.

712-722-3435

█ The Ridge Grill

2595 Ridge Rd., Sioux

Center

712-722-4866

█ The Waters Edge

4419 Waters Edge Dr.

712-567-5111

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FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

█ American State Bank

525 N. Main Ave., 712-722-4846

█ Northwest Bank

242 N. Main Ave., 712-722-2791

█ Peoples Bank

1701 S. Main Ave., 712-722-0101

█ Primebank

1601 S. Main Ave., 712-722-4545

FUNERAL HOME

█ Memorial Funeral Home

12 16th St. SE, Sioux Center

712-722-0791 | www.mfhonline.com

GROCERY STORES

█ Fareway

115 First Ave. NW, Sioux Center

712-722-1360 | Hours: 8 a.m.-9 p.m.

Monday-Saturday

█ Hy-Vee Food Store

1951 S. Main Ave., Sioux Center

712-722-2601

Hours: 5 a.m.-midnight Monday-Saturday;

8 a.m.-midnight Sunday

█ Las Palmas Mexican Grocery

564 Fourth St. NW, Sioux Center

712-722-4591

Hours: 10 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Monday-Saturday;

noon-4 p.m. Sunday

█ Walmart Supercenter

255 16th St. SW, Sioux Center

712-722-1990

Hours: 7 a.m.-10 p.m. daily

HOTELS

█ Econo Lodge Hotel

86 Ninth St. Circle NE

712-722-4000.

█ Holiday Inn Express

100 St. Andrews Way

712-722-3500.

VETERINARIANS

█ Avenue Veterinary Clinic

349 N. Main Ave.

712-722-2522

█ Central Veterinary Clinic

898 First Ave. NW

712-722-1087

█ Sioux Center Veterinary Clinic

1253 N. Main Ave.

712-722-0518

FITNESS

█ Dordt University Recreation Center

498 Fourth Ave. NE, Sioux Center

712-722-6302

www.dordt.edu/about-dordt/offices/

recreation-center

█ Evergreen Yoga. Barre. Fitness

10 Third Street NW, Sioux Center

712-578-8820

Facebook page: Evergreen Yoga

█ Rise Gymnastics

604 13th Ave. NW, Sioux Center

712-722-4820

www.risegymnasticsia.com

█ Robin’s School of Dance and Fitness

1062 First Ave. SW, Sioux Center

712-722-3262

www.robinsschoolofdance.com

█ SNAP Fitness

108 16th St. SW, Sioux Center

712-722-2594

www.snapfitness.com/us/

█ Studio R Acrobatics & Tumbling

341 N. Main Ave., Sioux Center

712-441-1897

www.studiortumbling.com

Sioux Center has many options to

keep your vehicle in safe operating

condition, whether you want the parts

to do it yourself, or desire a full-service

shop to take care of everything

for you.

█ Advance Auto Parts

1367 S. Main Ave., Sioux Center

712-722-5030

stores.advanceautoparts.com/ia/

sioux-center/1367-south-main-avenue

█ Arnold Motor Supply

894 First Ave. NW, Sioux Center

712-722-3880

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█ Central Tire Shop

63 Fifth St. NW, Sioux Center

712-722-3468

█ Countryside Body Shop Inc. / Signs

and Graphics

3012 420th St., Sioux Center

712-722-4088

www.countrysidebodyshop.com

█ Darlo’s Auto Shop

152 N. Main Ave., Sioux Center

712-722-2570

Search “Darlo’s Auto Shop” on

Facebook

█ Mike’s Service Garage

1460 N. Main Ave., Sioux Center

712-722-2449

www.mikesservicegarage.com

█ Moget’s Car Care & Body Shop

468 Fourth St. NW, Sioux Center

712-722-0433

Search “Moget’s Car Care & Body

Shop” on Facebook

█ Mouw Motor Co.

125 22nd St. NE, Sioux Center

712-722-0085

www.mouwmotor.com

█ Muffler Shop

651 First Ave. NW, Sioux Center

712-722-2034

█ NAPA Auto Parts

1011 N. Main Ave., Sioux Center

712-722-2511

www.napaonline.com/en/ia/sioux-center/store/20413

█ Northside Body Shop

885 First Ave. NW, Sioux Center

712-722-2313

www.northsidebodyshop.com

█ Sioux Body Shop

110 20th St. SW, Sioux Center

712-722-0931

www.siouxbody.com/index.html

█ Ver Hoef Automotive

110 20th St. NE, Sioux Center

712-722-0143

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ITALIAN Fresh-made pizzas in a variety of flavors

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PRODUCE More produce than ever in

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WINE & SPIRITS Featuring 3,000 sq. ft. of choices

BAKERY A wonderful selection of

made-fresh-daily items from Casey’s Bakery

DELI Quality sliced meats and cheeses

FROZEN More frozen and refrigerated items than

ever before

CUSTOMER SERVICE Located at the front of the

store for customer convenience

PHARMACY With drive-up window and private

consultation rooms

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