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Since 1882 the Sioux County Capital Democrat has been the principal newspaper in Sioux County serving local readers.

It is one of the largest circulating newspapers in Sioux County with a subscribership in excess of 1,800.

Travis Zevenbergen of Unity Christian and Ethan Achterhoff and Derek Rupp leave the starting line during the 100-meter dash on Tuesday, April 8, Dutch Relays in Orange City. Meet details are in the April 17 issue.
The Bar K team from Sioux Center was just one that took part in the April 12 Plymouth Sioux County Heart Walk in Orange City. Standing, from left are Drew Klarenbeek, Jordan Klarenbeek, Vince Sandbulte, Cheryl Byker, Bill Kooi, Gert Kooi, Sheryl Hulstein, Kelly Hulstein, Nikki Hulstein holding Brexton Hulstein, Kimberly Dekkers, Cinda Vande Griend, Carlos Bahena and Kirk Hulstein. Kneeling adults in front, from left, are Kraig Hulstein, Hannah Smolders, Amanda Hulstein, Cheri Hulstein, Carla Peterson and Rhonda Peterson. Children in front, from left, are Cohen Hulstein, Garrett Hulstein, Izzy Schut, Ruby Hulstein, Myka Schut, Brayden Dekkers, Isaiah Bahena. More photos from the event are in the April 17 issue.
Tamra Wielenga (left) and Destiny Einerwold (right) of MOC-Floyd Valley sandwich Kenzie Bousmea of Western Christian in the Monday, April 7, match in Hull. See the April 10 issue for details.
Tairin Van Tol (right) of Western Christian heads off Caroline Ascherl (left) of MOC-Floyd Valley on Monday, April 7, in the match in Hull. See the April 10 issue for details. 


The heaviest circulation for the Sioux County Capital Democrat is in the south section of Sioux County, serving primarily the cities and rural routes of:

Orange City, Alton, Hospers, Sioux Center, Maurice, Sheldon, Granville, Boyden, Hull, Rock Valley, Hawarden, Ireton

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