1.)Good news to anybody who has a big appetite. Pizza Ranch has decided to expand its reach in the Siouxland area and has announced their new location on Floyd Boulevard across from Walmart.
The nearest Pizza Ranch right now is located in Sergeant Bluff, IA and is owned by Brad Cleveringa and Tyler Sickles. The original Pizza Ranch restaurant opened in Hull, IA in 1981. The restaurant is known for its wonderful buffet options which include a pizza buffet, chicken buffet, and a salad bar.
The General Manager of the Sergeant Bluff Pizza Ranch, Jarrod DeGeorgia, has announced that he will be relocating to the new store and is both excited and sad.
Amanda Zylstra, a current manager at Sergeant Bluff, will also be making the transfer to the new Floyd location. She describers here feelings on the new store.
There are currently over 165 Pizza Ranch locations and this addition on Floyd is just one of many more to be added to the list.
2.)Morningside College has always been able to deliver many forms of entertainment to the public. The most recent project that students are working on is the play Almost, Maine by John Cariani.
The show is composed of 9 vignettes that cover love and loss in a mythical place that almost exists. This place is called Almost, Maine.
The show is direct by Kenton Jones and Morningside college will present “Almost Maine” at 7:00 pm on Nov. 15th, 16th, and 17th and at 2:00pm on Nov. 18. The show is being performed in the Klinger-Neal Theatre.
General admission tickets are $7. Students, faculty, and staff are admitted free of charge with their ID.
Morningside students have been working long and hard on this show and many people are really excited to see this performance.
3.) College students face stress on a day to day level. They are running on little to no sleep and are doing everything they can to get by. On top of school work and social cravings some students are striving to make their relationship with God stronger.
Elevate is a college ministry opportunity that is offered by Sunnybrook Church here in Sioux City. Students meet at the church every Tuesday night at 7:45.
Bailee Keizer, a student leader at Elevate, describes a typical night.
Elevate is open to all college students in the Sioux City area and encourage students to come check it out.