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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.

Ben De Boer of MOC-Floyd Valley got the out at second base to retire a Spirit Lake runner on Wednesday, July 16, in Orange City. See the July 24 issue.

This cicada earned its wings as the week began, one of many which molted. See the July 24 issue.

Dutch runner Justin Te Grootenhuis raised dust in this slide into third base in the game MOC-Floyd Valley hosted against Central Lyon on Wednesday, July 9. For more, see the July 17 issue.

Iowa businessman Rick Stewart of Cedar Rapids is not only taking part in RAGBRAI this year, he’s taking time to cycle through towns not on the route as part of his bid for the U.S. Senate. He’s an independent, another choice other than from the Democrat or Republican ranks. Stewart, who stopped in Orange City on Thursday, July 10, plans to ride his mountain bike to all 99 Iowa counties during his campaign. For more information, access www.rickstewart.com

Circulation

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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