Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Monday News Headlines! 11/24/2020
-The Sac City Police Department is asking for the assistance of the public after revealing that on Thursday, November 19th just after 6:30 P.M., an SUV pulled up at the intersection of 12th and Early Street, and a passenger exited the vehicle and assisted the driver in hooking up to a white 2002 Tri Brook 6 by 12 covered aluminum trailer. The Iowa Registration Plate of the trailer is AZ7883. The SUV appears to be a mid 2000's Chevy Trailblazer. Inside of the trailer was a camouflage upright freezer. Those with information regarding this theft is asked to contact the Sac City Police.
-Sac County Economic and Tourism Development is excited to announce that they will be getting a new manufacturing facility that will be located just west of Odebolt on highway 175. This facility will be over 50,000 square feet and employ 25-30 people.
McMahon Associates is partnering with Corn Board Manufacturing to design a zero-carbon wood substitute manufacturing facility. Cornboard products are built to reduce carbon waste and deforestation through reusable wood-substitue products.
Executive Director of Sac County Economic and Tourism Development Brandy Ripley, stated that for more than a year we have been excited to work with Corn Board Manufacturing on their new Sac County location. The private investment into this project will be a great boost to our local economy, increasing our tax base and creating jobs in our area. We are thrilled to have such an innovative business offering green initiatives locating right here in Sac County.
-The city of Odebolt is also reminding residents that today will be trash day due to Thanksgiving this week.
-Officials were dispatched to Deloit Blvd outside Denison for a single vehicle rollover yesterday around 8:00 A.M. Agencies called were the Denison Fire Department, Denison Police Department, Crawford County Ambulance, and the Crawford County Sheriff's Office. No injuries were reported at the scene.
-A report shows that The Shelby County Board of Supervisors will gather for a special meeting at noon today to discuss and take action on the Shelby County Board of Health’s recommendation to require CDC approved face coverings in public. This includes face masks that cover the mouth and nose, excluding gaiter and bandana style coverings.
This requirement includes; Grocery Stores, Pharmacies, Hardware Stores, Retail Stores, Schools, public and private, and other public settings that are not one’s place of residence and when with persons who do not live in the same household. The requirement also includes; outside, if impossible to stay six feet away from others
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